調和, ハーモニー, 和, 諧調, 音調, 平和, 安らぎ, 安穏, 円満, 符合, 円滑, 配合, 安康, 快調
Noun(1) compatibility in opinion and action(2) the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords(3) a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds(4) agreement of opinions(5) an agreeable sound property
(1) It is, in fact, the economic system that is most in harmony with the biblical understanding of human nature and human destiny.(2) Lowry does a terrific job of breaking down each song by the mood, key, harmony and instrumentation.(3) I hope people will co-operate and understand the necessity of living in harmony with nature.(4) The self is seen as integrated mind and body as a whole but it's also seen as whole with nature, with society and everything is integrated together and that there should be harmony within that whole.(5) It has the potential to become a central feature in the promotion and determination of a more aware, inclusive and active community that lives in harmony with itself and its environment.(6) Everything fits together and you begin to see the perfection, consistency and harmony of the system.(7) The tension between his attitudes and those of his church provokes more fertile questions than does the assumed harmony .(8) The inner and outer dimension of a person must be balanced in a pleasing harmony .(9) We know that shortly after AD 150 Tatian composed a harmony of the four gospels.(10) One of the weaknesses of much pre-Classic music is the prevalence of bland diatonic harmony .(11) the note played on the fourth beat anticipates the harmony of the following bar(12) Their studies revealed lyrics that spoke of the restoration of balance in the universe and repairing the harmony between humanity and nature.(13) What unites his music for all media is his individual use of melody and harmony often with a light touch.(14) This fine combination works in harmony to produce a character endowed with common sense on the Taurus side, and the famous Libran sense of fair play and justice.(15) There will be a time, too, when comfort is provided to those who have suffered and died, when the world will be irrevocably returned to the harmony intended for it.(16) delightful cities where old and new blend in harmony
(1) in harmony :: 調和しました
1. euphony ::
2. balance ::
3. accord ::
4. concord ::
6. musical harmony ::
1. disproportion ::
2. disunity ::
3. imbalance ::
Different Formsharmonies, harmonization, harmony
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