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