reed organ(redirected from reed organs)
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1. (Instruments) a wind instrument, such as the harmonium, accordion, or harmonica, in which the sound is produced by reeds, each reed producing one note only
2. (Instruments) a type of pipe organ, such as the regal, in which all the pipes are fitted with reeds
a musical keyboard instrument, as the harmonium, having small metal reeds through which air is forced to produce the sound.