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Word: euphony

Definition: sweet sound; ADJ. euphonious


Sentences Containing 'euphony'

"There is harmony of music and euphony of expression in the orations of Salvington and Edentia which are inspiring beyond description" (Urantia Foundation 1955, 503–04).
Daniel Levy is the author of the books "Euphony – The Sound of Life" (Cassiopeia, 1986), "Eternal Beauty" (Cassiopeia, 1988) and "Echoes of the Wind" (Editorial Dunken, 2007).
It is a Compilation Album consisting of Recordings of some of their Songs played live and in Concert during Casiopea's World Tour in 1988 that promoted their Previous Album "Euphony".
Levy is the co-founder of the International Academy of Euphony, an organization dedicated to the study of sound and its effects on the human psyche.
The book "Euphony – The Sound of Life" is currently being used as the main text in the Euphony – Implementing Teacher Knowledge project (2005–2007) as part of the European Union's Socrates-Grundtvig programme.

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