orchestrion


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or·ches·tri·on

 (ôr-kĕs′trē-ən) also or·ches·tri·na (ôr′kĭ-strē′nə)
n.
A large mechanical instrument resembling a barrel organ that produces sound in imitation of an orchestra.

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