Definición de enharmonic en inglés:

enharmonic

Saltos de línea: en|har¦mon¦ic
Pronunciación: /ˌɛnhɑːˈmɒnɪk
 
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adjetivo

Music
1Relating to or denoting notes which are the same in pitch (in modern tuning) though bearing different names (e.g. F sharp and G flat or B and C flat): double flats and double sharps are replaced by their enharmonic equivalents in harp music
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Some 16th-century composers evidently favoured the enharmonic advantages of the system.
  • You can see that his fondness for modulation by thirds and enharmonic shifts comes from French composers.
  • Go around the first half of the circle until all seven letters of the alphabet have been used with sharps, or use the enharmonic relationship between F-sharp and G-flat major to make the transition into flat keys.
1.1Of or having intervals smaller than a semitone (e.g. between notes such as F sharp and G flat, in systems of tuning which distinguish them).
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The main purpose of the 1997 restoration was to replace the missing enharmonic tuning system, with its missing pipes and slider mechanism

Origen

early 17th century (designating ancient Greek music based on a tetrachord divided into two quarter-tones and a major third): via late Latin from Greek enarmonikos, from en- 'in' + harmonia 'harmony'.

Derivativos

enharmonically

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The repetition of the original words at the close of the first stanza returns to the original music, but modulates to E minor, the D s of which shift enharmonically to E (flat).
  • Just as the pitches are enharmonically related, intervals that contain the same number of half-steps are referred to as enharmonically equivalent intervals.
  • For example, the key of B, with five sharps, is enharmonically equivalent to the key of Có, with 7 flats.

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