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har·mo·nist

 (här′mə-nĭst)
n.
One skilled in harmony.

har′mo·nis′tic adj.
har′mo·nis′ti·cal·ly adv.
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harmonist

(ˈhɑːmənɪst)
n
1. (Music, other) a person skilled in the art and techniques of harmony
2. (Bible) a person who combines and collates parallel narratives
ˌharmoˈnistic adj
ˌharmoˈnistically adv
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Harmonist

a member of a Protestant sect from Württemberg, Germany that settled in Harmony, Pennsylvania, in 1803, and believed in common ownership of property.
See also: Protestantism
a person skilled in the principles of harmony. See also literature
See also: Music
a scholar of literature who shows parallels or harmony between passages from different authors. See also music.
See also: Literature
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Biffle has sung barbershop for more than forty years and served in leadership positions for the Barbershop Harmony Society (BHS), including as president.
The communities represented by Cape's sculptures and profiled in We Sit Together are Ephrata Cloister, the Shakers, the Snow Hill Nunnery, the Harmony Society, the Society of Separatists of Zoar, the Oneida Community, the Amana Society, the Hutterites, Rose Valley, the Bruderhof, Twin Oaks, and Camphill Village Kimberton Hills.
Edward Murphy to be displayed in the museum; (3) folk art of Jacob Maental (1778-1863), who emigrated from Germany to America in 1805 and lived his last years in New Harmony; and (4) Harmonist artifacts donated to the WMI by the Harmony Society in 1914.
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He was chair of the panel of judges in the International Barbershop Harmony Society quartet and chorus contests, and has also taught at Barbershop Harmony Society directors' colleges in New York, Maryland, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Missouri, Washington and California, as well as serving on the Society's National Youth Outreach Committee.
His proudest achievement there was, just before retirement, being named to oversee the first ever overhaul of the Loewy 50,000 ton closed-die press, one of the largest in the world, a task normally reserved for an engineer.He was an avid Barbershop Harmony Society participant forming several quartets and being a member of the Worcester Chapter for decades and President of the same chapter for years.
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Architecture, artifacts, and arts in the Harmony Society of George Rapp; the material culture of a nineteenth-century American utopian community.
"When OC Times walk on stage, they're treated like rock stars," says Taylor's 48-year-old dad, Todd Wilson, the Barbershop Harmony Society's director of marketing who sings with both Acoustix and the venerable Suntones.
For men, The Barbershop Harmony Society is the primary organization in the United States.
Harris, CAE CEO, Barbershop Harmony Society, Kenosha, Wisconsin; dharris@spebsqsa.org