Definition Of harmonise

verb

add notes to (a melody) to produce harmony.

At the next lesson Milhaud essentially approved the work after a few comments and suggestions, then requested that Trimble harmonize the melody for the next lesson.

Example Of harmonise

  • An additional purpose, or at least effect, of some international environmental agreements is to harmonize national laws, either globally or regionally.

  • But don't stop there; remember that any lighting fixtures must also harmonize with the rest of the room's furnishings.

  • Council wants to implement the new user fees this year, at the same time as it harmonizes commercial pickup service throughout the six former municipalities.

  • For instance, the second bar of the opening phrase is harmonised with a single D minor chord, while all the other versions have a first-inversion dominant chord on the second beat at that point.

  • From the untamed poetry of D's seemingly unscripted rants, or the simplistic shower-ditties that he haphazardly harmonizes throughout, I can't help but feel this.


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