Definition of Orchestrion. Meaning of Orchestrion. Synonyms of Orchestrion

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Definition of Orchestrion

Orchestrion
Orchestrion Or*ches"tri*on, n. A large music box imitating a variety of orchestral instruments.

Meaning of Orchestrion from wikipedia

- Orchestrion is a generic name for a machine that plays music and is designed to sound like an orchestra or band. Orchestrions may be operated by means...
- Orchestrion is a studio album by jazz guitarist Pat Metheny that was released by Nonesuch Records on January 26, 2010. Metheny's orchestrionics were built...
- The Orchestrion Project is an album by American guitarist Pat Metheny released as a double CD in early 2013 on the Nonesuch label following the release...
- Gary Burton Orchestrion (Nonesuch, 2010) What's It All About (Nonesuch, 2011) Unity Band (Nonesuch, 2012) with Chris Potter The Orchestrion Project (Nonesuch...
- feature was a large orchestrion, built into a niche between the ballroom and one of the salons. Together with a smaller orchestrion, these two instruments...
- The Berry-Wood A.O.W. Orchestrion is a musical instrument that comprises a piano, 34 wood flute pipes, 34 wood violin pipes, a tambourine, a triangle...
- loudspeakers. Mechanical organs include the barrel organ, water organ, and Orchestrion. These are controlled by mechanical means such as pinned barrels or book...
- Metheny - Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 30 December 2017. "Orchestrion - Pat Metheny - Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 30 December...
- instrument used by the pop band Sailor A coin-operated player piano or orchestrion or a jukebox, due to mistaken use of the name in the 1949 song Music...
- were often combinations of player pianos and music boxes, such as the Orchestrion. There were many variations of large music machines, usually built for...
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