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Chordaulodion [Chordaulodikon]locked


A mechanical instrument invented by Johann Gottfried Kaufmann and his son Friedrich in Dresden about 1812. It had ten pinned wooden cylinders which could play 34 different tunes with dynamic expression, using organ pipes and struck strings to imitate wind and string instruments and voices. An example costing ...

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