Other definitions for Harmonist (2 of 2)
a member of a celibate religious sect that emigrated from Germany to Pennsylvania in 1803.
- Also called Rappist, Rappite.
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How to use harmonist in a sentence
Herr harmonist might have beaten me, but as it was a very hot day, I proposed playing under a tree in the hotel-garden.
I will therefore trace the harmonist Society from its outset in Germany to this place.
There are few if any of Weber's melodies which are notable for creative power, and as a harmonist he was lamentably weak.Music: An Art and a Language | Walter Raymond Spalding
As is shown by the two or three vocal works of his that I have seen, Gleason is less successful as a melodist than as a harmonist.Contemporary American Composers | Rupert Hughes
While writing, I hear good music by well-trained voices, with the harmonist accompaniment.History of American Socialisms | John Humphrey Noyes
British Dictionary definitions for harmonist
a person skilled in the art and techniques of harmony
a person who combines and collates parallel narratives
- harmonistic, adjective
- harmonistically, adverb
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