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1. Not in harmony; discordant.
2. Not in accord or agreement.

in′har·mo′ni·ous·ly adv.
in′har·mo′ni·ous·ness n.
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The music Davies creates to distinguish between the world of the humans and that of the trolls is, respectively, distinctly tonal, and inharmoniously edgy and abrasive.
There's no appealing finish--either to his works (collages, posters, sculptures, texts, and three-dimensional architectural interventions), or to his first major exhibition in Scandinavia, at Malmo Konsthall, whose generous, rectangular space has probably never been used this inharmoniously.
In his pre-revolutionary "Cloud in Pants," he emphasizes the largeness of his subjective self to illustrate that the "I" inharmoniously contains his body ("it pushes out of me").