I am fairly new to electronics. I was thinking about a simple circuit and was wondering if it would theoretically work or not. Say I wanted to connect a 12V Piezo buzzer to a switch and a large battery (press momentary switch, buzzer buzzes, release and it stops). Say I wanted to use a large battery, like a lead-acid 12V battery found in a car. I realize this is probably a terrible circuit design and much better ones for buzzers already exist, but I want to know why it wouldn't be a good idea. My real question is this: if I have a 12V Piezo buzzer connected across a large battery, is this basically shorting out the battery by connecting the terminals together? Is it bad for the buzzer or the battery? Or would the battery's internal resistance allow this to work?
Edit: The piezo in question in question is a self-driven 12VDC 58mA buzzer.