Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe: Polyphemus playing his flute - its sound being produced by the hidden water-wheel-powered organ (AB ev)
Versailles: The brothers Francini constructed waterworks and organs at Saint Germain-en-Laye and Versailles, which reached new heights of splendour and extravagance (wiki)
Villa d'Este: The most famous water organ of the 16th century was at the Villa d'Este in Tivoli. ..., it stood about six metres high under an arch, and was fed by a magnificent waterfall. ... There are still traces of the instrument at the Villa d'Este but the mineral-rich water of the river which cascades through the organ grotto has caused accretions which have hidden most of the evidence from view. (wiki)
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