It may even be that this sense of harmonia was connected with the use for the enharmonic genus.
In the enharmonic, the tetrachord consists of two tones and two "dieses."
He inspected Thompson's enharmonic organ, and obtained models of various portions of organ-structure.
The enharmonic, according to Ptolemy, had ceased to be employed.
These determine usually the composer's selection in cases of enharmonic identities.
There are three classes of modes: first, that which the Greeks term the enharmonic; second, the chromatic; third, the diatonic.
It consisted of an air with variations, crowded with enharmonic passages.
The enharmonic principle is almost too predominant,—an element that ought never to be more than occasional.
The key of the Adagio is E major, but this is of course the enharmonic equivalent of F flat.
If the enharmonic C flat were used the chord would then be in its third inversion.