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calliophone (s) (noun), calliophones (pl)
1. A type of instrument that produces music when operating with air pressure: The calliope was known as a steam organ, or a musical instrument consisting of a set of steam whistles that were activated by a keyboard.
2. Etymology: in classical mythology, Kalliope was the muse of heroic poetry. Her name came from calli-, "beautiful" + op, "voice" + the feminine ending -e; and is based on calliope + -phone, "sound".