Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
a musical instrument played with a keyboard, in which the sounds are produced by reeds set in a tube, and vibrating under pressure from the breath
In 1838, certainly before April, he was there, and went to hear a newly invented instrument termed the Harmoniphone.
"Nicolo Paganini: His Life and Work" by
Stephen Samuel Stratton
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