musical harmony


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Noun1.musical harmony - the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chordsmusical harmony - the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
harmonisation, harmonization - a piece of harmonized music
four-part harmony - harmony in which each chord has four notes that create four melodic lines
preparation - (music) a note that produces a dissonant chord is first heard in a consonant chord; "the resolution of one dissonance is often the preparation for another dissonance"
resolution - (music) a dissonant chord is followed by a consonant chord
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Plans for a musical Harmony Park near Naperville's downtown Riverwalk have won city council approval.
The ambassador said the national anthem, which was adopted in period of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, is an extraordinary masterpiece and that the anthem is sensed by each and every Azerbaijani, embracing the path of independence of Azerbaijan through musical harmony. Then he gave the floor to Mammadyarov.
The intro has a background of musical harmony, and then a Pipa is plunked faster and faster, giving out drumbeat-like notes.
Dressed in attractive traditional dress, dancers will use various percussion instruments and spread musical harmony from the different regions in Oman.
It is a relief then to get caught back up in the regularity of the fourth stanza, where the expectations of our ears are again met and the musical harmony sweeps us back into a kind of safety, holds us in its formality, and nudges us to anticipate an uplifting ending:
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The letters and appendix postulate ideas on the mechanical production of musical sound, the effects of music on the human person, the relationship between ancient thinking on music and seventeenth-century music in England, and (most prominently) the mathematical foundation of musical harmony. This edition situates these texts and topics within Wallis's own intellectual life and within writings by other English music theorists at the time, while also tracking the Savilian Chair's thinking on the subject (2).
Who knows, in walking across a Big Piano, families might find they've inadvertently stepped out the first notes of Chariots of Fire, children could discover hitherto unknown melodic abilities, and perfect strangers might start creating musical harmony! As for me?
Classical, musical theatre, jazz, voice history, musical harmony, voice health, pedagogy, human anatomy, and the performance industry are all represented here and throughout the book.
Pythagoras related the math of musical harmony to the "music of the spheres" and said "all things are number." Plato insisted that the physical world imperfectly embodies a primordial mathematical beauty.
While it is difficult to pinpoint the source of this pleasure, I believe forms and colours give her works the same effect as musical harmony and rhythm in music.