A beautiful blend of modern architect and frisky movement of the ocean creates artistic music. Croatian architect Nikola Bašić has created incredible “Sea Organ” using varying diameters of 35 polyethylene tubes, gracing the coast of Zadar in Croatia. The aural jetty spans around 230 feet (70 meters), as the waves rush into the installed underwater tubes, air is displaced and forced through large whistles tuned to play seven chords of five tones. Get mesmerized with this nature’s wonder of sea organ!
This playful interplay continues day and night and the sound seems to be emerging from the ground like random chords played by a huge calliope. The Sea Organ was inspired by a similar design known as the Wave Organ designed by Peter Richards and George Gonzalez, 1986 in San Francisco. The Sea Organ was constructed in 2005 and won European Prize for Urban Public Space in 2006.
Listen to this magical piece –