Definition of close harmony in English:

close harmony

Line breaks: close har|mony
Pronunciation: /kləʊsˈhɑːməni
 
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noun

[mass noun] Music
  • Harmony in which the notes of the chord are close together, typically in vocal music: the chorus was sung in close harmony
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    • Michael will be joined on stage by his sisters, cousin, and friends who will complement his poetry with some popular songs and close harmony singing.
    • I particularly like the two-way lament of ‘The Letters’; and ‘Nightingale’ has some fantastic close harmony singing.
    • They developed a unique style of close harmony with a distinctive sound and soon became very popular on the radio and in concerts in Southern California.

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