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  • n. Plural form of harmonization.


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  • But it is important to note that so-called harmonizations are just that: not what the Bible actually says, but an attempt to reconcile various things in the Bible by creatively composing a more extensive narrative or worldview that can reconcile them.

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  • He might play simple folk chords, then stretch them into elaborate re-harmonizations.

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  • And then another layer of theories to harmonize the harmonizations, which of course requires many degrees that enables one to bandy phrases such as "exempli gratia of that epoch of German theology, not Bultmann, Brunner, Gogarten, or Tillich."

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  • Having said that, I have two minds about it also but I can't support the vilification and harmonizations of an artist.

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  • I am aware that, if one is determined to, one can create complicated harmonizations between accounts, and if one really wishes with all one's heart to believe that the Bible is inerrant, then one will always find a way of doing so.

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  • Some of his sacred output is severely practical, with simple note-against-note harmonizations of the chant, which appears in the top voice as was usually the case in continental music of that period.

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  • Those who engage in such arguments are not stupid - on the contrary, one has to be quite astute to come up with clever harmonizations and explanations to avoid the obvious meaning when the obvious meaning is wrong.

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  • The Croatian settings, in particular, were freely dissonant at times, and had consonant but decidedly modern-sounding harmonizations elsewhere.

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  • His harmonizations are sonorous and unusual, his voice-leading and inner parts are interesting, and his music is just so damn satisfying to play that you can get addicted.


  • Pater's belief that "lyrical poetry… is… the highest and most complete form of poetry" had been transmitted by Eliot to the New Critics, who regarded a work of literature — which they described in language close to that with which Augustine had described creation itself — as "a pattern of resolutions and balances and harmonizations, developed through a temporal scheme."

    The Decline and Fall of Literature


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