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The magic from this pleasant sound consoled the deceived god. "Now then, transformed nymph", he called with grievous joy," nevertheless should our bond be eter- nal!" And now, from his loved reed he cut pipes of different lengths, connected them with wax and from now on he named this lovely sounding flute after the gracious Hamadryad, and ever since this shepherd's pipe is called syrinx.

Greek Pan Flute Mythology Syrinx




 
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