Definition of Reharmonize

1. Verb. Provide with a different harmony. "Reharmonize the melody"

Exact synonyms: Reharmonise
Category relationships: Euphony, Music
Generic synonyms: Harmonise, Harmonize
Derivative terms: Reharmonization



Definition of Reharmonize

1. Verb. To harmonize again, or in a new way ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Reharmonize

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1916)
"... relations were at first inversely related with respect to the normal order and for this reason the two sets of relations reharmonize with difficulty. ..."

2. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1887)
"... rearrange, reharmonize, republish, and otherwise maltreat, ad lib., the works of any foreign composer that may be found profitable for trade purposes. ..."

3. Harmony: A Course of Study by George Whitefield Chadwick (1922)
"Second. Make a figuration of the melody, two notes to each beat, and reharmonize, retaining the original bass. ..."

4. Music Composition: A New Method of Harmony by Carl Edward Gardner (1918)
"reharmonize the exercises in Group I, page 8, using the dominant triad as well as the tonic. The first inversion of the dominant triad will be necessary in ..."

5. Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey (1901)
"... nor deigned, From holiest truths eliminating all false, To help reharmonize with God, man's mind ; But, as misplaced of purpose, blent their rites, ..."

6. Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey (1903)
"Retrack their steps the angels scorned ; nor deigned, From holiest truths eliminating all false, To help reharmonize with God, man's mind ; But, ..."

7. In the Garret by Carl Van Vechten (1920)
"... which he did not understand how to carry out, simply because of his lack of technique as a composer. I maintain that in my intention to reharmonize and ..."

8. Harmonic Structure and Elementary Composition: An Outline of a Course in by Charles Seeger, Edward Griffith Stricklen (1916)
"Example: EXERCISE. mit *5 i6 i? i '% > <» "» 6 o "if reharmonize two previously written periods in the major mode, and two in the minor mode, making use of ..."

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