Forest Xylophone  

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Forest Xylophone (2011) by Invisible Designs Lab [1][2] and Drill Inc is a giant xylophone operated by a wooden ball. The instrument plays Bach's Cantata 147. It was designed in Japan as a commercial for a new cell phone with a wooden casing.

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