This Organ In Croatia Uses The Sea To Make Beautiful Music

November 8, 2015

In 2005, a Croatian architect designed a 230-foot-long organ that turns the rhythm of the waves into music.

croatia sea organ
Credit: linssimato/Flickr

As waves from the Adriatic Sea crash into the white stone steps, they push air through the pipes and out whistle-holes in the surface above, making a harmonious and completely random musical arrangement.

This is what it sounded like at one particular moment, on one particular day:

Most of us have never seen, or heard, anything like this.

Here's a video so you can see the waves crashing as the music plays:

(h/t) Upworthy.

The voice of the sea. Every waterfront should have one!

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