Of or relating to the strings of an instrument.(adjective)
Relating to or consisting of a harmonic chord.(adjective)
Giving prominence to harmonic rather than contrapuntal structure: chordal music. (adjective)
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Use "chordal" in a sentence
"Klein seems content to settle into mostly chordal work on his Rhodes, leaving the more intricate piano solo work to Goldberg, who is a wellspring of ideas."
"Yet the music is anything but predictable, and Mr. McHenry utilizes different approaches with the same group, from conventional chordal improvisation to noisier free-form pieces."
"There's tons of sections without chordal movement."