Electromechanical music is music that is produced through a combination of electronics and actual physical movement (mechanics). While fairly uncommon nowadays (as electronic music is generally produced with pure electronic devices), many pioneering instruments from the 1800s and early 1900s produced sound electromechanically. Some of these instruments include the Telharmonium, the Hammond organ, and the Electromechanical Piano.
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