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  1. tonality

    • IPA[tə(ʊ)ˈnalɪti]

    英式

    • n.
      the character of a piece of music as determined by the key in which it is played or the relations between the notes of a scale or key;the harmonic effect of being in a particular key
    • noun: tonality, plural noun: tonalities

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    名詞

    • 1. the character of a piece of music as determined by the key in which it is played or the relations between the notes of a scale or key the sonata is noteworthy for its extensive variations of mood and tonality
    • the harmonic effect of being in a particular key the first bar would seem set to create a tonality of C major
    • the use of conventional keys and harmony as the basis of musical composition these pieces are more dissonant than my earlier works, yet I did not give up tonality
    • 2. the colour scheme or range of tones used in a picture the five canvases are predominantly blue in tonality she incorporates brilliant colours with enormously varied tonalities
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    • IPA[tōˈnalədē]

    美式

    • n.
      the character of a piece of music as determined by the key in which it is played or the ... the sonata is noteworthy for its extensive variations of mood and tonality

    Oxford American Dictionary