Music box (disambiguation)
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A music box (also musical box) is a 19th-century automatic musical instrument.
Music box or musical box may also refer to:
- The Musical Box (Genesis song), a 1971 song by Genesis from the album Nursery Cryme
- "Music Box" (Thrice song), a song by Thrice on their album Vheissu
- "Music Box", a song by Regina Spektor, on a bonus disc with her album Begin to Hope
- "Music Box" (Eminem song), song by Eminem, from the 2009 album Relapse:Refill
- "Music Box", a song by The Cooper Temple Clause from their album Kick Up the Fire, and Let the Flames Break Loose
- Music Box (The Monkees album)
- Music Box (Mariah Carey album), 1993
- Music Box (Evelyn King album), 1979
- Music Box Tour, 1993 concert tour by Mariah Carey
- The Musical Box (band), a Genesis tribute band
- Music Box, a contestant on season 6 of the NBC series The Voice.
- Music box, alternative name for the Appalachian dulcimer
TV and film
- The Music Box, a 1932 short film starring Laurel and Hardy
- The Music Box (TV series), a 1957 United Kingdom music variety show produced by Associated-Rediffusion
- Music Box (film), a 1989 feature film directed by Costa-Gavras
- Music Box (TV channel), an early UK cable channel
- Music Box Italia, an Italian music television channel
- Music Box Films, a distributor of foreign and independent films
- Music Box (TV series), a 1981 Canadian educational television series produced by Heather Conkie
- Music Box Theatre, a Broadway theater in New York City
- Music Box Theatre (Chicago), Chicago, Illinois
- Music Box Theater (Los Angeles), Los Angeles, California
- The Magical Music Box, a children's magazine, featuring classical music to accompany stories
- Music Box (software), educational software which teaches about computer-generated music
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