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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reharmonize.

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Examples

  • Next up was Kenny Barron, who never fails to win over Kennedy Center audiences with his deftly reharmonized arrangements of familiar themes.

    In concert: NPR's "A Jazz Piano Christmas" at the Kennedy Center

  • Next up was Kenny Barron, who never fails to win over Kennedy Center audiences with his deftly reharmonized arrangements of familiar themes.

    Striking jazzy seasonal notes

  • The tune was recast in major and reharmonized to accommodate the newer gospel hymn tradition, the form in which it appears in several current hymnals.

    The Southern Harmony

  • The songs were reharmonized for Western ears - surely the ascending chords of "Ehulan, Dehulan" weren't originally those of "Twist and Shout"?

    NYT > Home Page

  • Throw in a few reharmonized folk tunes and an enchanting rendition of My Favorite Things, and this is one kids' album that won't be quickly outgrown.

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