All notes exactly one or more octaves apart are regarded as harmonically identical.
The second species may be written continuously in all parts; the tones appearing on the weak beat must be harmonically related to one another, and those foreign to the chord on the strong beat must be treated as dissonances.
In writing the third species in all parts, notes appearing simultaneously should be harmonically related.
In a triangle circumscribed about a conic, any side is divided harmonically by its point of contact and the point where it meets the chord joining the points of contact of the other two sides.
If a point B is on the polar of O, then it is harmonically conjugate to O with respect to the two intersections K and M of the line BC with the conic.
The line CO, therefore, meets the line AMN in a point on the polar of A, being separated from A harmonically by the points M and N.
First, there is the contrast between the high and the low; even when notes are harmonically related, as a note and its fifth, they are in contrast, in so far as the one is measurably higher and more distant than the other.
If the next note is harmonically related, this purpose is partially fulfilled and we get the satisfaction of a partial success.
Tones are harmonically related when they belong to the leading chords of the key.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "harmonically" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.