four-part harmony definition

  • noun:
    • equilibrium by which each chord has actually four records that create four melodic outlines
    • harmony which each chord features four notes that induce four melodic lines
    • equilibrium where each chord has actually four notes that creates four melodic lines
    • equilibrium in which each chord features four notes that create four melodic outlines
    • balance where each chord has four records that creates four melodic outlines
    • equilibrium where each chord has actually four records that create four melodic outlines
    • harmony for which each chord features four records that induce four melodic outlines
    • equilibrium which each chord has four records that create four melodic lines
    • harmony in which each chord has actually four records that creates four melodic outlines
    • equilibrium where each chord has four notes that induce four melodic lines
    • harmony which each chord has four records that induce four melodic outlines
    • balance by which each chord has actually four notes that create four melodic outlines
    • balance in which each chord features four records that creates four melodic lines

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