Traducción de harmony en Español:


armonía, n.

Pronunciación /ˈhɑrməni//ˈhɑːməni/

nombrePlural harmonies

  • 1

    armonía femenino
    to sing/play in harmony cantar/tocar en armonía
    • When Phoebus lived on this earth, he was a lusty bachelor and a fine archer, slaying serpents and singing with great musical harmony.
    • To get the quartet to make beautiful music in harmony, signals have to flow freely within the system.
    • They forgot about two essential ingredients to psalmody - melody and harmony.
    • The bonus recording of the Beethoven Fourth is Arrau and Muti in splendid harmony and it is a wonderful document of sorts.
    • The appeal is huge - the story is accessible to all ages and the music ranges through 16-part choral harmony to blues, jazz, country and western and ballads.
    • My sense of harmony, abrupt juxtapositions of texture, polyphonic approaches to rhythm, and voicing, probably have a lot to do with this relatively early fascination.
    • He also sings in the extraordinary polyphonic style that produces two notes in harmony.
    • She was always good at repetition, at combining melody and harmony and rolling them over into country drone, but Rawlings is replaced here on half the tracks by a fiddle.
    • Lowry does a terrific job of breaking down each song by the mood, key, harmony and instrumentation.
    • When the hero goes back in time the same garage is shown as sparkling clean and attended by a bevy of service attendants who, if I've remembered this right, sing in harmony like a barbershop quartet.
    • There are so many different elements in music; harmony, rhythm, tone, etc. each of which may be further subdivided and investigated.
    • In terms of form, melody, and harmony, these works define the word ‘traditional.’
    • One of the weaknesses of much pre-Classic music is the prevalence of bland diatonic harmony.
    • They did not know that in music there are three basic elements of melody, harmony and rhythm.
    • Glass has stripped music down to a few bare parameters: repetition, simple harmony and little melody.
    • What unites his music for all media is his individual use of melody and harmony often with a light touch.
    • And then the trumpets sound, their regal harmony cascading through the afternoon sunlight.
    • The piano thrives on harmony rather than counterpoint.
    • Over the last few years harmony has regained its importance in my music as well as becoming a crucial expressive device.
    • Listening to her talk, I thought of the choirs which would be around shortly, groups of young broodlings raising their voices in harmony to produce music.
  • 2

    armonía femenino
    racial/social harmony armonía racial/social
    • they live together in perfect harmony viven juntos en perfecta armonía
    • to live in harmony with nature vivir en armonía con la naturaleza
    • They are in harmony with the perfect will of God and give rise to changed lives and changed communities.
    • It's a classical case study in communal harmony and integration.
    • It is clear that global challenges must be met with an emphasis on peace, in harmony with others, with strong alliances and international consensus.
    • Siddiqui said Urdu which is spoken not only in India and Pakistan but in the entire world can be utilised for promoting composite culture and communal harmony.
    • When the explorers reach the city they meet the Atlanteans, a peaceful people in harmony with nature, living eternal lives under the beauty of crystal energy.
    • A few scholars have also carried out research studies on the institution, which emphasises religious harmony and national integration.
    • I hope people will co-operate and understand the necessity of living in harmony with nature.
    • We're proud of being Nova Scotian, and all we want to do here is live in harmony with other communities in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
    • And it's a picture of the harmony that we had right at the beginning of our history.
    • Christian peace is a fruit of the Spirit, it is the harmony of individuals, not nations.
    • It is, in fact, the economic system that is most in harmony with the biblical understanding of human nature and human destiny.
    • 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.
    • Saudi society is now composed of people from different tribes who live together in harmony.
    • It may sweep up many who feel their environment is toxic and out of balance, but it is powerless to deliver what it promises - a satisfying and peaceful life lived in harmony with nature.
    • Christians have lived on the south-western coast of the Indian subcontinent peacefully and in harmony with the other local people for many centuries.
    • Where else do people of such varying ethnic origins, ages and walks of life work side by side in such (on the whole) perfect harmony?
    • 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.
    • Many have described a special harmony with the outdoors that they feel when listening to his music.
    • However, I would like to think that the views I have expressed above are very much in harmony with those, perhaps, now held by Mary herself.
    • Thank you for showing us all a case study where business and personal life work together in harmony.