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reed pipe

n. Music
An organ pipe with a reed that vibrates and produces a tone when air is forced through it.
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reed pipe

n
1. (Instruments) a wind instrument, such as a clarinet or oboe, whose sound is produced by a vibrating reed
2. (Instruments) an organ pipe sounded by a vibrating reed
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reed′ pipe`


n.
an organ pipe having a reed that is vibrated by air.
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Noun1.reed pipe - organ pipe with a vibrating reedreed pipe - organ pipe with a vibrating reed  
organ pipe, pipework, pipe - the flues and stops on a pipe organ
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During the long summer day, as his sheep cropped the good grass which the gods had made to grow for them, or lay with their forelegs doubled under their breasts and chewed the cud, Haita, reclining in the shadow of a tree, or sitting upon a rock, played so sweet music upon his reed pipe that sometimes from the corner of his eye he got accidental glimpses of the minor sylvan deities, leaning forward out of the copse to hear; but if he looked at them directly they vanished.
His reed pipe when applied to his lips gave out no melody, but a dismal wail; the sylvan and riparian intelligences no longer thronged the thicket-side to listen, but fled from the sound, as he knew by the stirred leaves and bent flowers.
While this was going on there came up to the inn a sowgelder, who, as he approached, sounded his reed pipe four or five times, and thereby completely convinced Don Quixote that he was in some famous castle, and that they were regaling him with music, and that the stockfish was trout, the bread the whitest, the wenches ladies, and the landlord the castellan of the castle; and consequently he held that his enterprise and sally had been to some purpose.
This course is a creative craft in making a Reed Pipe from straws, tape, and yarn.
The first sketch describes a demonstration at the Vietnamese Institute of Musicology, when a Vietnamese-composed piece, a fusion of Hmong and Viet musical sounds called " Hmong Pay Deference to the Party," is played by a Vietnamese musician on a Vietnamese instrument (sao meo), which is a highly modified (Vietnamese) appropriation of the Hmong reed pipe, raj nplaim.
The prototype pipes is tutek (reed pipe), the name of this tool is mentioned in the epos of "Kitabi Dada Gorgud".
4 shows a schematic diagram for a possible implementation on a reed pipe with a spring, whereby the tuning spring is pulled against the Piezomike.
After some minor fixes and a few church services as a test, the newly-restored and relocated 1910 George Reed pipe organ at the Christ Lutheran Church, in West Boylston, played its official debut concert.
Siverko Dance Ensemble from Russia, which was founded in 1976 and first came to the Billingham festival in 1987, are accompanied by a harmonica, balalaika, reed pipe and domra.
They can be as feathery as charcoal blown through a reed pipe or as fine as an arrow point.
As I stop, the sound of a reed pipe floats up from the terrace below, where a group of indigenous people from different countries are welcoming the new day with a ceremony of their own.
Among the instruments they play are the nay, an Arabic reed pipe, the kemence, a bowed Turkish folk instrument, and the oud, a type of Middle-Eastern lute.