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Harmonium

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  1. a free-standing musical keyboard instrument similar to a Reed Organ or Pipe Organ

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    created by user picturefactobot on November 22, 2008
  2. It consists of free reeds and sound is produced by air being blown through reeds resulting in a sound similar to that of an accordion

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  3. The air is supplied by foot-operated (or, as with the type of harmonium used in Indian music, hand-operated) bellows alternately depressed by the player

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  4. The British introduced harmoniums to India during the colonial period

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  5. was invented in Paris in 1842 by Alexandre Debain, though there was concurrent development of similar instruments

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