clavilux

noun clav·i·lux \-vəˌləks\

Definition of clavilux

plural

-es

  1. :  an instrument for throwing upon a screen varying patterns of light and color that permit combinations analogous to the successive phrases and themes of music —called also color organ

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Origin and Etymology of clavilux

1clavi- + Latin lux light


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