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A keyboard instrument similar to the clavicylinder, in which sound is made by friction between tuned metal bars and a rotating barrel.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Encyclopaedia Britannica. From German Panmelodicon from pan- + Hellenistic Greek μελῳδικόν, neuter of μελῳδικός.
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