Who invented the music box?

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Who invented the music box?

Carillon Bells:

Early technological innovations made the invention of the music box possible. One of the key contributions was the 15th-century Carillon bells installed in the Nicolas Karc Tower in Brussels. The bells were designed to ring each out with a musical series of sounds.

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The music box was invented by Antoine Favre in 1796. The Swiss watchmaker used a musical comb, a metal device with comb-like teeth, to produce music...

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