enharmonic англ. [инхамо́/ник]
enharmonique фр. [анармони́/к]
enharmonisch нем. [энхармо́/ниш]

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  • Enharmonic — En har*mon ic ([e^]n h[.a]r*m[o^]n [i^]k), Enharmonical En har*mon ic*al ([e^]n h[.a]r*m[o^]n [i^]*kal), a. [Gr. enarmoniko s, enarmo nios fitting, accordant; en in + armoni a harmony: cf. F. enharmonique.] 1. (Anc. Mus.) Of or pertaining to that …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • enharmonic — [en΄här män′ik] adj. [L enharmonicus < Gr enarmonikos: see EN 1 & HARMONY] in equal temperament, designating or of tones, as C♯ and D♭, that are identical in pitch but are written differently according to the key in which each occurs:… …   English World dictionary

  • enharmonic — c.1600, from L.L. enharmonicus, from Gk. enharmonikos, from en (see EN (Cf. en ) (2)) + harmonikos (see HARMONIC (Cf. harmonic)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Enharmonic — In modern music and notation, an enharmonic equivalent is a note (enharmonic tone), interval (enharmonic interval), or key signature which is equivalent to some other note, interval, or key signature, but spelled , or named, differently. Thus,… …   Wikipedia

  • enharmonic — enharmonically, adv. /en hahr mon ik/, adj. Music. having the same pitch in the tempered scale but written in different notation, as G sharp and A flat. [1590 1600; < LL enharmonicus < Gk enarmónios ( icus r. ios), equiv. to en EN 1 + harmoní(a)… …   Universalium

  • Enharmonic scale — An enharmonic scale is a musical scale in which there is no exact equivalence between a sharpened note and the flattened note it is enharmonically related to.As an example, F sharp and G flat are generally equivalent in a chromatic scale, but… …   Wikipedia

  • Enharmonic keyboard — An enharmonic keyboard is a musical keyboard based on an enharmonic scale. At the very least such keyboards will have 17 keys per octave, and enharmonically equivalent notes will have different pitches. A typical keyboard will have one key for,… …   Wikipedia

  • Enharmonic genus — The enharmonic genus has historically been the most mysterious and controversial of the three Greek genera. Its characteristic interval is a major third, leaving the remainder of the tetrachord (the pyknon ) to be divided by two intervals smaller …   Wikipedia

  • enharmonic modulation — noun : a modulation in which by enharmonically altering one or more notes the harmonic relation of a chord is changed so as to lead to a new key * * * enharmonic modulation noun For instruments of equal temperament, change of notation without… …   Useful english dictionary

  • enharmonic — adjective Etymology: French enharmonique, from Middle French, of a scale employing quarter tones, from Greek enarmonios, from en in + harmonia harmony, scale Date: 1794 of, relating to, or being notes that are written differently (as A flat and G …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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