electronic organ


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electronic organ

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′ȯr·gən]
(electronics)
A musical instrument which uses electronic circuits to produce music similar to that of a pipe organ.
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A smaller version "fingers" an electronic organ, playing the tune of the customer's choice.
When I first saw the score I realised that my pipe organ at home did not have enough notes on the pedals, so I had to buy an electronic organ with extra notes just so I could practice it.
I wanted one, but my mum and dad wanted me to learn a proper instrument so they bought me a full sized electronic organ instead.
org WEDNESDAY Music Abergele, Kinmel Manor Hotel Electronic Organ Society, Brett Wales.
Francis' electronic organ had had a projected useful life of about 20 years, and was almost five years beyond that.
It's like another section of the orchestra," says Eugene organist Larry Clabby, who will be at the keyboard of a Rodgers electronic organ for tonight's performance.
The society has met every month for the past 26 years to listen to concerts of electronic organ music from national and international stars.
A THIS little electronic organ is becoming quite a collector's piece if in good shape.
Forget the age-old image of clubland nights comprising a flat-capped man tinkling the ivories on an even older electronic organ.
But it turns out to be a guy at the back, playing an electronic organ, ho, ho.
But now the squeeze is being put on Scot-land's other national instrument - after exam chiefs ruled the accordion is no different to an electronic organ.
Since its founding in 1819, the University of Cincinnati has been the source of many discoveries creating positive change for society, including the first antihistamine, co-op education, the first electronic organ, the Golden Gate Bridge designer and the oral polio vaccine.

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