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Xyloba Orchestra

by Xyloba

Full Details

  • Advanced level Xyloba with 96 parts
  • Ideally suited for kindergartens and nursery schools
  • The large number of building components encourage the children to participate
  • Create a great variety of marble runs using the 16 interchangeable sound modules to produce very fun and creative melodies
  • Unlimited number of different setup configurations and compositions
  • Learn to distinguish between different pitches and intervals
  • Ramps of different lengths produce the rhythm
  • Composition instructions included so even young children can create recognizable tunes
  • Made in Switzerland
Beechwood, metal
Wipe with a damp cloth
5 and up
Dimensions (in box)
21" x 10" x 5.5"
21 lbs

5 avg. (6 reviews)

Xyloba Orchestra

by Xyloba

starting at $319.00


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Xyloba is a creative marble run that combines construction and composing into a masterpiece. Build Xyloba in any configuration to make different tunes.

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Samuel Langmeier

Xylophone meets marble run in Xyloba, a building toy that encourages creativity, construction skills, and music appreciation. Created by Samuel Langmeier, a Swiss cellist in the Tonhalle Orchestra in Zurich, this handcrafted wooden marble run lets you compose your own melodies within the towers you build.

Langmeier was inspired by the chimes he heard in a toy marble run he found in his travels: What if a classic marble run could be made with a clear, rich sound that inspired kids to experiment with music? Forty-three years went into creating components that would improve sound quality, including beechwood tower parts, metal marbles, and interchangeable chimes.

Though an included sound book offers song ideas, Xyloba’s intuitive building system is meant for musical discovery that is new every time you use it. A toy like no other, Xyloba promotes fine motor skills, expands the imagination, and makes music composition fun.