enharmonically

enharmonic

[en-hahr-mon-ik]
adjective Music.
having the same pitch in the tempered scale but written in different notation, as G sharp and A flat.

Origin:
1590–1600; < Late Latin enharmonicus < Greek enarmónios (-icus replacing -ios), equivalent to en- en-1 + harmoní(a) harmony + -os adj. suffix

enharmonically, adverb
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enharmonic (ˌɛnhɑːˈmɒnɪk)
 
adj
1.  denoting or relating to a small difference in pitch between two notes such as A flat and G sharp: not present in instruments of equal temperament such as the piano, but significant in the intonation of stringed and wind instruments
2.  denoting or relating to enharmonic modulation
 
[C17: from Latin enharmonicus, from Greek enarmonios, from en-² + harmonia; see harmony]
 
enhar'monically
 
adv

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