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harmonicon

(hɑːˈmɒnɪkən)
n
(Instruments) obsolete a harmonica
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Finally, these concerts made such a stir that they were even reported in the English-language press, with details provided in the October number of the Harmonicon in London:
(18) The Morning Post, Morning Advertiser, Public Ledger, Bell's Life in London, London Courier and The Harmonicon all included reviews but with no mention of the lighting.
Ries is justly celebrated as one of the finest piano-performers of his day...": anon., "Memoir of Ferdinand Ries," Harmonicon (1824): 35.
Vogan explored James Dawson of Pictou and the publication of The Harmonicon (vol.
They called their instrument a "harmonicon", and it took 11 years of research and development to get the harmonicon up to its full potential.
The best of that generation was Harmonicon, the US-bred champion sprinter of 1914 who won the Salford Borough Handicap and King George Stakes.
The following April, The Harmonicon printed a report on the results of the estate auction with comments on the "uncommon interest" on the part of buyers, some of whom paid "astonishing" prices.
"The sovereignty of the prima donna," wrote John Sterland, "was threatened with annihilation" (Harmonicon 8: 246).
New and Splendid Figures, Cosmoramic Views, the Rock Harmonicon, or Musical Stones ...