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Q: Why is the pipe organ called the king of instruments?
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Which instrument is known as king of instruments?

The Pipe Organ.


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

Pipe Organ


Which instrument called as king of music?

Pipe organ.


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


Which of these instruments is largest?

Pipe Organ


Which of these instruments is largest pipe organ or pipe organ?

You listed the same thing twice! Did you mean to do that? By the way, it should be "Which of these instruments is larger," not "Which of these instruments is largest."


What instrument was Toccata and Fugue in D Minor originally written for?

The pipe organ. JS Bach was a prolific organist and wrote many works for the King of Instruments, the pipe organ.


Which of these instruments is most similar to a pipe organ?

Harmonium :)


What instruments would you find in a church?

An organ or more traditionally a pipe organ.


Which musical instrument is known as queen of instruments?

the pipe organ


Musical instruments beginning with p?

· Piano · Piccolo · Pipe Organ


What instrumental family does the pipe organ belong to?

That depends. If you consider percussion instruments and keyboard instruments to be seperate groups, then the pipe organ belongs in the keyboard group. If you consider percussion and keyboard instruments to be the same group, then the pipe organ is a percussion instrument. It's worth noting that the pipe organ is also technically a woodwind instrument, because the sounds come from wind passing through its pipes.


Is a pipe organ a woodwind?

No. It is commonly referred to as "The King of Instruments" and in a class totally by itself. Even though the pipe organ uses pressurized air to produce sound, it is not a member of the woodwind family. Some stops (sounds) are named after orchestral instruments, but the pipe organ was never intended to imitate the orchestra or a band, but some do come awfully close to sounding like the real thing.


Musical instruments starting with the letter p?

piano, piccolo, pipe organ


What country was the pipe organ made?

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


Where is Organ Pipe National Park?

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


What is the pipe organ sometimes called?

Calliope


List of musical instruments starting with the letter p?

Piano! Pipe organ Piccolo


What instruments are in the moonlight sonata?

It was written for Piano solo. Have also heard it played on a pipe organ.


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 is a person called that plays the pipe organ?

An Organist.


What is the Difference between a pipe organ and an organ?

In terms of musical instruments, the pipe organ was the only organ for a very long period of time. It dates back to the Greek Classical period or perhaps earlier. It was in the nineteenth century that the "Reed Organ" (Harmonium, American Organ, Melodion, etc,.) came into existence and a differentiation had to be made. In the twentieth century various types of electronic instruments were invented to imitate the sound of an organ. Thus today, there are many instruments that bear the name organ - for instance; "mouth organ" for Harmonica.


What musical group does the pipe organ?

It is in a class all by itself ... known as "The King of Instruments" in most musical circles. No other single instrument on earth can match its ensemble of sound.


What instruments were played in the little fugue in G minor?

The pipe organ. The previous answer said harpsichord which is incorrect.


How long ago was the pipe organ invented?

An early version of the pipe organ, called a hydraulis, was invented in Greece in the 3rd century BC.