electric organ


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electric organ

n
1. (Instruments) music
a. a pipe organ operated by electrical means
b. another name for electronic organ
2. (Zoology) zoology a small group of modified muscle cells on the body of certain fishes, such as the electric eel, that gives an electric shock to any animal touching them
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Noun1.electric organ - (music) an electronic simulation of a pipe organelectric organ - (music) an electronic simulation of a pipe organ
electronic instrument, electronic musical instrument - a musical instrument that generates sounds electronically
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
Translations
sähköelinsähköurut
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The purpose of this study is to characterize the EOD and examine the responses of the skate electrosensory system to discharge of the animal's own electric organ, with specific regard to the usefulness of this organ in signaling other skates and to the nature and amount of reafference it produces.
The BBC National Orchestra of Wales has, in the meantime, lent the cathedral an electric organ.
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Bates, of Blackpool, initially claimed he quit the show because he hurt his hand in an accident with his electric organ.
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An electric organ which formed the musical centrepiece of a bingo hall in the 1960s is looking for a new home.
Maybe it started when my parents bought me a small electric organ and like an 11-year-old Liberace, in a polyester smock top, I trotted out Spanish Eyes for aunties and uncles made benevolent on Babycham and Double Diamonds.
Also, listen in to Champagne Diamond/The Brilliant Light, a sound work written and recorded by Nina Canell and Robin Watkins, and created from materials including neon, palm tree, bicycle and electric organ.
Always a keen pianist, she started organ lessons when she was 17 - just as an exciting new electric organ was installed in the church.
The local branch of the Everton supporters' group, who seemed to number a healthy minority in the stadium, kept up a musical accompaniment throughout the match on an electric organ and drums.
When an anti-social behaviour order forced him to turn the volume down, he bought an electric organ instead.