Harmony

In decorating, harmony refers to a scheme or colour combination which presents a pleasing appearance because of its use of colours which are close to one another on the colour circle and have been used in their proper tonal order.
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Harmony

[Beni Arashiro song] "Harmony" is Beni Arashiro`s debut single, which served as the theme for TV ASAHI Friday Night`s Drama "Rei-kan Bus Guide Jikenbo". == Track listing == ==Charts== Oricon Sales Chart (Japan) ...
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Harmony

[band] Harmony is a Swedish Christian{Citation needed|date=December 2010} progressive power metal band. The group formed in 2000 and released their debut album Dreaming Awake in 2003. Bassist Andreas Olsson who is also a member of Narnia, Divinefire, and Rob Rock joined the group after receiving a recommendation from Narnia and Divinefire f
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Harmony

[Passions] Harmony is a fictional town and the setting for the NBC/DirecTV soap opera Passions, which ran from 1999 through 2008. A coastal New England town founded in 1646 with a small population, Harmony features a large fishing industry. The shots of the town shown on screen are filmed in the real town of Camden, Maine. ==Location== Thro
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Harmony

[Schenker] Harmony (Harmonielehre, or "Theory of Harmony" in the original German) is a book published in 1906 by Heinrich Schenker. It is the first installment of Schenker`s three-volume treatise on music theory entitled New Musical Theories and Fantasies; the others are Counterpoint and Free Composition. Schenker`s name did not appear on t
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Harmony

In music a harmony is a succession of chords according to the rules of progression and modulation.
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Harmony

[Honeyz album] Harmony is the second album by UK group Honeyz. Two singles were released from the album and one promo single ("Not Even Gonna Trip", "I Don`t Know" and "Talk to the Hand"). Because of two failed singles the album and the 3rd single were scrapped. The album has been leaked onto P2P networks with the track listing listed below
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Harmony

[Gordon Lightfoot album] Harmony is Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot`s 20th original album. It made #35 on the Independent albums chart. ==History== Harmony was released in May 2004 by Linus Entertainment (Linus/Warner in Canada and SpinART/Ryko in the U.S.). It was an album that almost never happened. Lightfoot had laid down demo tracks fo
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harmony

the vertical dimension of music, referring to the notes sounding together. Often abstracted to mean sets of pitches thought to sound well together.
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Harmony

Range of 1000 watt lanterns by Strand Electric.
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Harmony

The musical structure behind a melody or tune, usually in the form of a series of chords.The harmony is the musical base layer of a song upon which all the other elements are built.
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Harmony

When people agree with each other and everybody gets along.
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harmony

[n] - a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds) 2. [n] - agreement of opinions 3. [n] - the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords 4. [n] - an agreeable sound property 5. [n] - compatibility in opinion and action
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Harmony

As all the musicians will know out there will probably know, harmonic concepts are the primary basis for the contruction of music theory, eg 'chords' and the concept of playing music in a 'key' are built around the notion of having a fundamental note, with a series of notes higher in pitch than this, their pitches being in harmony with the fundamen
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Harmony

The simultaneous relationship and order of musical notes
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Harmony

Two or more tones sounding together.
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Harmony

Har'mo·ny (här'mo*nȳ) noun ; plural Harmonies (- nĭz). [ French harmonie , Latin harmonia , Greek 'armoni`a joint, proportion, concord, from 'armo`s a fitting or joining. See Article .] 1. The just adaptation of parts t
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harmony

1. The just adaptation of parts to each other, in any system or combination of things, or in things, or things intended to form a connected whole; such an agreement between the different parts of a design or composition as to produce unity of effect; as, the harmony of the universe. ... 2. Concord or agreement in facts, opinions, manners, interests
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harmony

concord noun agreement of opinions
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harmony

noun an agreeable sound property
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harmony

noun the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords
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harmony

noun compatibility in opinion and action
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Harmony

• (n.) A succession of chords according to the rules of progression and modulation. • (n.) The science which treats of their construction and progression. • (n.) A literary work which brings together or arranges systematically parallel passages of historians respecting the same events, and shows their agreement or consistency; as, a
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harmony

(from the article `Altaic languages`) The Altaic languages exhibit two kinds of sound harmony affecting the vowels and velar stops. In palatal vowel harmony, all the vowels of a given ...
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harmony

(from the article `Kepler, Johannes`) ...more than two decades of investigations into the archetypal principles of the world: geometrical, musical, metaphysical, astrological, ... Speculation on number and proportion led to an intuitive feeling of the harmonia (`fitting together`) of the kosmos (`the beautiful order of .....
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