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Q: What is the frequency of the highest note on a pipe organ?
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How do organ pipes make different sounds?

each pipe is a different length.... the shorter the pipe the higher the note....the longer the pipe the lower the note...

How does the length of a pipe compare with the frequency and wavelength of the sound it can make?

The longer the pipe, the longer the wavelength, and the lower the frequency. The pipe organ is the world's best workshop for fully understanding those concepts.

Do the long pipes on an organ make a higher note to the shorter ones?

The longer the pipe the lower the note

What is the resonant frequency of an organ pipe related to?

Pipe lengh. a 32' pipe CCCC would produce a ferquency of about 16hz. a 64' pipe CCCCC, 8hz similarly a 16' CCC, 32hz.

Which is bigger a concertina a harmonium or a pipe organ?

pipe organ

Who discovered the pipe organ?

The pipe organ was invented by the Greek Ctesibius.

Which if these instruments is the largest pipe organ harmonium concertina?

Pipe Organ

What kind of instrument is the pipe organ?

The pipe organ is a keyboard instrument.

Which instrument is the largest harmonium pipe organ or concertina?

The pipe organ.

Who inventted the pipe organ?

The pipe organ was invented by the Greek inventor Ctesibius.

When was Organ pipe coral created?

Organ pipe coral was created in 1758.

How does the temperature affect the frequency of an organ pipe?

A change in temperature will result in a change in the speed of sound. The frequency of a flute organ pipe is proportional to the speed of sound. For example, an increase in temperature will cause an increase in the speed of sound, and hence the pitch of the pipe will go up. A change of about 4oC will cause a change in the pipe's sound frequency of about 1%. That compares with a change of 6% between adjacent notes on the keyboard. Hence such a change would be significant.The same effect occurs for the woodwind and brass instruments.

What sound does an organ pipe cactus make?

Organ pipe cacti make no noise.

Which instruments are most similar to a pipe organ?

The instruments most similar to a pipe organ are:Flute (pipe organ has flute pipes of different lengths)Harmonium

What is the patent number for the pipe organ?

There is none. The pipe organ was not invented. It developed in ancient times. However, there are thousands of patents concerning pipe organ parts.

What country was the pipe organ made?

The first pipe organ, called the hydraulis, was invented in Greece.

When was Organ pipe mud dauber created?

Organ pipe mud dauber was created in 1773.

When was Moe Pipe Organ Company created?

Moe Pipe Organ Company was created in 1991.

When was Peragallo Pipe Organ Company created?

Peragallo Pipe Organ Company was created in 1918.

How did the organ-pipe cactus get its name?

The organ pipe cactus is a tall, slender cylindrical cactus, resembling an organ pipe, especially when they grow in groups of plants with differing heights.

In what desert is the organ pipe cactus found?

The organ pipe cactus is primarily found in the Sonoran Desert.

Where is Organ Pipe National Park?

Arizona ... it's called Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

What is the largest rank of a pipe organ called?

It could be anything. It depends on the particular organ. The largest pipe or the largest rank? Read the Wikipedia article on pipe organ and get your terminology straightened out.

What are facts about organ pipe national park?

There are organ pipes.

Do you have facts about a pipe organ?

The article in Wikipedia under the topic pipe organ should provide ample information.