pipe organ
Noun

pipe organ (plural pipe organs)

  1. (musical instrument) The largest of all musical instruments, played from an organ console which produces its sound by sending air through whistles and/or reeds called organ pipes, by direct mechanical action, or modernly, electrically.
Translations
  • Russian: орга́н



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