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harmonist

1. a person skilled in the art and techniques of harmony
2. a person who combines and collates parallel narratives
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Brief history of the Harmonist society, the Utopian society, and Working Men's Institute.
The Harmonist is a substantial and carefully worked collection, befitting its long gestation, with over seventy poems in six distinct sections.
I never grasped why the poem's treatment of the temptations in the wilderness needed comparing with John Bale's 1547 Temptacyon of Christ, given that any and every biblical harmonist had to tackle the problem.
Danky's advocacy of alternative press collecting, in such works as Alternative Materials in Libraries and Alternative Library Literature, are another reason we now have "zine librarians" and "zine libraries." As early as the 1970s Danky was showing librarians the how and what (if not always the why) of alternative acquisitions in a newsletter called Collectors' Network News, which reviewed such publications such as The New Age Harmonist (1978) and Doing It!
It is well known that William Maclure contracted Pestalozzi's colleague, Josef Neef, to assist him in establishing the schools for the Harmonist sect of New Harmony, Indiana after Maclure visited Pestalozzi's school in Switzerland (Cremin 1980, 79).
Two initial chapters cover the second century background and our knowledge of the harmonist Tatian himself.
The outdoor museum and its associated tourist attractions comprise a twelve-block area in the northern portion of contemporary New Harmony, in roughly the same location as Harmonist and Owenite New Harmony.
Thus an anonymous 1813 review of the newly published D minor `English' Suite celebrates Bach, the `great harmonist and hero of true German music', while noting that the suite is `by no means one of the most learned nor one of the most original [works] of the master'.(28)
An Indian economist, Ramgopal Agarwala, offers a "Harmonist Manifesto," emphasizing a "needs-based" approach to development in place of a "wants-based" approach.
The garden at Economy was "an allegorical object, which took the elements of a formal princely garden and configured them into a statement of Harmonist belief" (193).
Members of the Harmonist community evidenced little by way of individualism in either spiritual or administrative matters (Nordhoff 393; Spann 7).
Burrows as The practical harmonist at the harpsichord (New Haven, 1963; R/New York, 1980) [page numbers for subsequent quotes are taken from this edition].