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- For other meanings of Syrinx, see Syrinx (disambiguation).
In Greek mythology, Syrinx (Greek Συριγξ) was a nymph who, in an attempt to escape the affections of the Greek god Pan, was transformed into water reeds. Pan cut some of the reeds and fashioned the first set of pan pipes from them, naming them syrinx in honor of her.
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