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A mechanical musical instrument resembling a barrel organ and operated by a pinned cylinder, with a variety of pipes and percussion instruments enabling it to imitate various orchestral sounds. Compare "orchestrion".
Early 19th century; earliest use found in The Times. From German Panharmonikon from pan- + ancient Greek ἁρμονικόν. Compare French panharmonicon.
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