Shi, "Unsupervised single-channel music source separation by average harmonic structure
modeling," IEEE Trans.
The harmonic structures
of speech and background noise are more distinguishable and more noise robust.
a musical tension that has the power to expand the harmonic structure
In polyphony, especially in the case of Bach, individual voices quite frequently provide moments of dissidence, when the logic of their melodic motion finds itself in conflict with the prevailing harmonic structure
as suggested by (some of) the other contrapuntal voices.
The hum has a simple harmonic structure
; the fundamental frequency is near 90-100 Hz with one or two prominent higher harmonics.
Before a discussion regarding memory techniques may commence, I feel it is critical for students, even at the earliest levels, to develop an instinct for analyzing and building an awareness of harmonic structure
and musical form through labeling their scores.
 proposed a new approach including both the long-term temporal and the static harmonic structure
features with statistical models.
Its 1959 premiere was conducted by Goehr's father Walter who died two years later and the Little Symphony, performed here by the AKSO Ensemble and Sch|nberg Ensemble, is an elegy whose harmonic structure
echoes Mussorgsky's sombre "Catacombs" from Pictures at an Exhibition.
"I can't hear individual notes anymore, but oftentimes when we were playing I couldn't hear the individual notes anyway, if the sound wasn't good, but I could hear his harmonic structure
and know what he was up to, and I can still hear that."
He considers how each song integrates text and music, specifically how the musical setting relates the text through form, style, harmonic structure
, or other elements.