From the church itself a silence which could be sensed seemed to roll, eclipsing the diapason of an organ.
At last the curtain fell; but on such a storm and diapason of applause!
Far away rolls the heavy thunder,—so far that it seems the diapason of a distant organ.
The dimensions of these pipes are regulated by a diapason, or scale.
Other sounds, hollow and shrill—treble mingling with diapason—joined in the first.
They were the diapason of all the thought and feeling of that profound and passionate spirit.
Isolated fundamental tones are apt to be colourless and monotonous, like the diapason work on an organ.
diapason, in music, the concord of the first and last notes of an octave.
Deep under the crackling of the flames vibrated the diapason of the great dynamo.
Then come the noisy nuisances, extending through all the diapason of sound.