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reharmonization

Definitions

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  • noun A musical work that has been reharmonized.

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  • noun a piece of music whose original harmony has been revised

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Examples

  • That being said, Stravinsky's unconventional major seventh chord in his arrangement of the Star-Spangled Banner in 1940 led to his arrest by the Boston police for violating a federal law that prohibited the "reharmonization" of the National Anthem.

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  • I used my downtime filling the margins of my program with a reharmonization of John Knowles Paine's "Harvard Hymn" that would probably have gotten me kicked out of Harvard by A.T. Davison back in the day:

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  • I used my downtime filling the margins of my program with a reharmonization of John Knowles Paine's "Harvard Hymn" that would probably have gotten me kicked out of Harvard by A.T. Davison back in the day:

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