Meaning of harmolodic in English:

harmolodic

adjective

See harmolodics

‘The harmolodic rough n’ tumble of ‘Uten Forbindelse’ leaves the strings behind for cut and thrust avant bebop, with Seim whipping out his claraphone (a tenor sax with bass clarinet mouthpiece).’
  • ‘Throughout the album, traditional song structures are forsaken for acreage of Hagerty's bleating, harmolodic guitar, neck-snapping male/female vocal tag-teams, and frantic, inscrutable lyrics I couldn't even hope to transcribe.’
  • ‘Threadgill used two (!) tubas in an earlier group, Very Very Circus, often combining them with two electric guitars for some delightfully ragged harmolodic funk.’
  • ‘The album concludes with ‘Count-Off,’ a swinging harmolodic ditty with Mitchell featured on tenor, paying apparent homage to Ornette Coleman.’
  • ‘Essentially, the tenets of his harmolodic theory was the elimination of bar lines and a set harmonic progression.’