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- adv. Adjectival form of enharmonic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In the enharmonic style or system; in just intonation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an enharmonic manner, or in accordance with an enharmonic scale.
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* Trombone: A powerful brass instrument of the trumpet family, the only wind instrument possessing a complete chromatic scale enharmonically true, like the human voice or the violin, and hence very valuable in the orchestra.
The intervals are enharmonically the same as those of the chord in the first bar of Prelude -- F, A flat, C flat, E flat, = F, G sharp, B, D sharp -- but the treatment and surroundings are very different.
E [sharp] and F are enharmonically the same, as are also C [flat] and B,
Thus we may say that F sharp and G flat (on keyboard instruments at least) are enharmonically the same.
Since, however, we have (from the standpoint of the piano keyboard) five pairs of tones  which are enharmonically the same, it may readily be seen that the chromatic scale might be notated in all sorts of fashions, and this is in fact the real status of the matter, there being no one method uniformly agreed upon by composers.
For this reason, certain modulations from one key to another one, adjacent to it can only be accomplished enharmonically.
Page view page image: necessary to start enharmonically from the keys of B, F sharp or C sharp, major.
Glissando passages in chords of the seventh and ninth, enharmonically obtained, are much more common, and as the above reservations do not apply, every dynamic shade of tone is possible.
He is very modern in his harmonies, the favorite colors on his palette being the warmer keys, which are constantly blended enharmonically.
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It was simply a case of a middle piece in the major key of the same tonic, with the notation changed enharmonically for the sake of simplicity, the key of D-flat being, for the majority of players, easier to read than that of C-sharp major.