Mar 2, 2014 ... The distance in pitch between any two tones is called .... The texture of a single
melodic line without accompaniment is. Definition. monophonic. Term. When two
or more melodic lines of equal interest are performed simultaneously, the texture
-The "distance" in pitch between any two tones is called an interval. ... can be
changed by varying the number of instruments or voices that perform a melody.
.... of two or more melodic lines of relatively equal interest produces the texture
Jan 22, 2013 ... The distance in pitch between any two tones is called .... one after another
instead of simultaneously, it is called a broken chord or ... When there is one
main melody accompanied by chords, the texture is ... When two or more melodic
lines of equal interest are performed simultaneously, the texture is.
Texture has to do with the way various musical sounds and melodic lines blend.
... Two or more melodies of equal importance played or sung simultaneously. ...
One main melody of real interest combined with other sounds that are markedly ...
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2. The ______ is a regular recurrent pulsation that divides music into equal ....
The texture of a single melodic line without accompaniment is .... When two or
more melodic lines of equal interest are performed simultaneously the texture is :.
chord A group of three or more pitches sounded simultaneously. .... heterophony
(heter-off-ony) A texture in which two or more variations of the same melody are
performed ... line A general term for a discrete voice or part in a vocal or
instrumental ..... stanza In vocal works, poetic units two lines or longer of equal
length and ...
The distance in pitch between any two tones is called A. duration. ..... Musical
texture refers to A. how many different layers of sound are heard at the same time
. ... When two or more melodic lines of equal interest are performed
backbeat: a simple polyrhythm emphasizing beats 2 and 4 of a 4/4 measure (
rather ... theme statements. chord: a combination of notes performed
simultaneously. chord ... in the front line improvise simultaneously in a dense,
polyphonic texture. ... double: (1) to play more than one instrument; (2) to
reinforce a melody with ...
... when a saxophone section plays and simultaneously harmonizes a melody. ...
An older example is the clarinet trio, performing in block-chord style on Jelly Roll
... If the melodic interest were not subordinate, the texture would be polyphonic:
two or ... two or more melodic lines of equal importance (i.e., polyphonic texture),
Polyphony means music with more than one part, and so this indicates ...
Although the surviving musical sources are monophonic, they are often
performed with ... shifted to a single upper line for melodic interest as
accompanied by instrumental parts ... emphasizes the concord and alignment
between voices in the texture.