harmonically harmonically


  • (adv) with respect to harmony


  1. Altering the length of the harmonically operated antenna gave his radio beam virtually any direction he chose.
  2. Mash-ups, as these musical shotgun marriages are known, are the real road to success for today's harmonically challenged pop wannabes.
  3. Barretto, 39, experiments harmonically in his jazz-inflected scores but retains the Cuban beat.


  • Washington Montessori School's Brush With Burundi: the Percussion of Hope

    WASHINGTON—It was like an intercultural algebra equation—what was done on one side of the Atlantic Ocean had to be done on the other. A two-week February trip to the Republic of Burundi, an easily overlooked and impoverished nation in eastern Africa, proved fateful and harmonically edifying for Washington Montessori School music teacher Matilda Giampietro.
    on January 6, 2014     Source: Litchfield County Times


  1. Although many musicians rejected bebop, Jones said: "My ears were wide open, my brain was receptive. I thought it was a change for the better, harmonically and melodically."
    on May 20, 2010 By: Hank Jones Source: The Age

  2. "I wanted to show the diversity and internationality of Brazilian music with 'Encanto'," said Mendes. "Sometimes people think that Brazilian music is only bossa nova. But there are many things happening down there rhythmically, harmonically,...
    on Jun 21, 2008 By: Sergio Mendes Source: Boston Herald

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