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9. What is Counterpoint? Counterpoint is the relationship between two or more melody lines that are played at the same time
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11. What is Counterpoint? Counterpoint in music is the relationship between two or more simultaneous melody lines
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13. Counterpoint, art of combining different melodic lines in a musical composition
14. The word Counterpoint is frequently used interchangeably with polyphony.
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17. In Counterpoint―for many years one of the most highly regarded texts in the field―the principles by which the contrapuntal element has operated in the works of composers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centures are presented
18. The Counterpoint studied is the harmonic, rhythmic, instrumental style so well represented by the music of Bach.
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22. A Counterpoint is something that contrasts, and to Counterpoint is to provide a contrast
23. In music, Counterpoint is when two separate melodies are played or sung at the same time.
24. The word "Counterpoint" has the double meaning of a musical term, plus the verbal exchange between the conductor and his captor
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26. Counterpoint: something or someone that is different from another especially in a pleasing way
27. Counterpoint - Counterpoint - The Renaissance: If the medieval composer explored mostly the possibilities of rhythmic Counterpoint, the Renaissance composer was concerned primarily with melodic relationships between the voice parts
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30. Counterpoint Rules If you chose "Standard" rules: The interval between the given note and the note in your counter-melody should be consonant (major/minor 3rd or 6th, perfect unison, 5th, or octave, or a compound form)
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English Language Learners Definition of counterpoint (Entry 1 of 2) : a combination of two or more melodies that are played together : a melody played in combination with another
Counterpoint is an important element of music, but it is not one of the basic elements. Many pieces of music have rhythm, melody, harmony, color, and texture, but no real counterpoint.
The word counterpoint is frequently used interchangeably with polyphony. This is not properly correct, since polyphony refers generally to music consisting of two or more distinct melodic lines while counterpoint refers to the compositional technique involved in the handling of these melodic lines.
Counterpoint Definition. Counterpoint is a style of musical writing which involves intertwining two or more melodies. Each individual melody (also called a "voice" or "part") is an independent, musical idea, and the emphasis is on the separate strands of melody, on the horizontal axis, rather than on the harmony, or vertical axis.