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  • n. Plural form of harmony.


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  • Most of the time, though, from what we've heard, they keep their folk tunes and their skanking ones separate, but when the elements do combine it's reggae-folk with Latin American harmonies and flavour.

    Melodica, Melody + Me (No 844)

  • DaCapo's conductor, Leonard Enns, took time to deconstruct the Sandström, which has two choirs singing in harmonies but different tempos, which was fun to listen to.

    DaCapo / two: a second glance

  • (I didn't think I knew it; but I remembered harmonies from the second bar onward!)

    Was that a weekend?

  • And throughout the edifice resound the jubilantly sonorous harmonies from the organ.

    10/01/2002 - 11/01/2002

  • The same is true of the pianist who, refining at the same time his musical sense and the agility of his hand, comes to love more and more to draw new harmonies from the instrument.

    The Montessori Method

  • To have seen him, O my wise Atlas, was my privilege and my misery; for he stood under one of my own "harmonies" -- already with difficulty gasping its gentle breath -- himself an amazing "arrangement" in strong mustard-and-cress, with bird's-eye belcher of Reckitt's blue; and then and there destroyed absolutely, unintentionally, and once for all, my year's work!

    The Gentle Art of Making Enemies

  • This Brixton lot mix reggae-folk with Latin American harmonies.

    Melodica, Melody + Me (No 844)

  • Their harmonies are a work of art, their grip on their material unerring: If the Andrews Sisters had recorded an album of Carter Family songs during World War II, it would sound just like this.

    Lost tracks: The Secret Sisters, "The Secret Sisters"

  • The music of the spheres refers to the harmonies created by the various proportions of the celestial bodies in their relationship to each other.

    Astrology for Enlightenment

  • The imperfect comprehension of harmonies, which is illustrated by the prehistoric bag-pudding of

    Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine


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