sustantivo[mass noun] Music
- 1Lack of harmony among musical notes: an unusual degree of dissonance for such choral styles [count noun]: a session full of jangling dissonancesMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Most of all, he shows a flair for matching the climaxes in the action with musical climaxes, using dissonance, the singer's virtuosity, or instrumental sonorities to create the sense of heightened emotion.
- Abandoning the preconceived notions of tonality, and immersed within a musical state of dissonance, Coltrane's music became a communicative attempt at reaching a higher plane.
- The music's density is intriguing, its rhythmic energy is compelling, and its harmonic complexity and dissonance is unusual for Reich.
- 1.1Lack of agreement or harmony between people or things: the party faithful might be willing to put up with such dissonance among their candidatesMás ejemplos en oraciones
- I am the child of their ancestral dissonance with all its contrariness and overlappings.
- Does this dissonance between politicians and voters matter?
- Yet it might end up in increasing political dissonance between continental Europe on one side and England and the US on the other.
late Middle English: from Old French, from late Latin dissonantia, from Latin dissonant- 'disagreeing in sound', from the verb dissonare.