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In music, harmony is the use of simultaneous pitches (tones, notes), or chords. The study of harmony involves chords and their construction and chord ...

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Apr 13, 2012 ... Harmony happens in music when two or more pitches are combined. Combining pitches together can add sophistication and interest to music ...

harmony | music | Britannica.com


Jun 8, 2015 ... Harmony, in music, the sound of two or more notes heard simultaneously. In practice, this broad definition can also include some instances of ...

The Music Lab -What is Harmony? - SFS Kids


Instruments of the Orchestra The Music Lab What's Up at the Symphony ... Harmony supports the melody and gives the music texture or mood. You can change ...

Harmony Tutorial - Seven Harmonies of Music - Music Awareness


Simple harmony principles tutorial, explaining what the seven basic harmonies of music are.

Melody vs. Harmony: Definitions and Examples - Video & Lesson ...


What is a 'melody?' How are 'melody' and 'harmony' different? What kinds of harmonies are used in classical and current popular styles of music?...

What Is Harmony in Music? - Definition & Theory | Study.com


One of the structural pillars of music, harmony is as simple as it is strange. This lesson will explore the theory behind harmony, how it is...

About Musical Harmony | Harmony | StudyBass


The word 'harmony' comes from the Greek word harmonia meaning agreement. Musical harmony deals with how pitches relate (or agree) with one another.

Harmony | Define Harmony at Dictionary.com


agreement; accord; harmonious relations. 2. a consistent, orderly, or pleasing arrangement of parts; congruity. 3. Music. any simultaneous combination of tones .

Harmony Explained: Progress Towards A Scientific Theory of Music


Feb 20, 2012 ... How does music, in particular harmony, actually work, presented as a real, scientific theory of music? In particular we derive from first principles ...

Harmony describes the simultaneous sounding of two or more notes and the technique governing the construction of such chords and their arrangement in a succession of chords... More »