Sometimes, Emil Richards brought the glass marimba to sessions to see if composers wanted to use it along with or in place of glockenspiel, often doubling the part in order to bring new timbre and texture to the music. It has a two-octave range.
Please note: these are just examples, as playing technique and mallet/stick choices often have a great effect on the timbre.
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