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Pyrophone
also called a "fire/explosion organ" or "fire/explosion calliope" is a musical instrume and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. or similar forms of rapid combustion, rapid heating, or the like

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  2. similar to the steam calliope, but the difference is that in the calliope the combustion is external to the resonant cavity, whereas the pyrophone is an internal combustion instrument

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  3. Pyrophones are usually powered by propane, but gasoline powered mobile units have been built, to connect to automobile fuel intake manifolds and use the spark plugs and wiring, etc., to detonate one or more of the chambers. Hydrogen pyrophones are of

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  4. Pyrophones originated in the 1700s and 1800s

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