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In Classical Music

What is homophony?

Homophony is a term in music that means that a few instruments or voices sing or play the same meslodic line
In Music

How does homophony differ from independent polyphony?

Homophony is where the different parts of the score move in harmony. A good example would be "Chopin's Nocturne in E, Op. 62 No. 2."* . Polyphony, however, exists when the p ( Full Answer )
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What are examples of homophony?

Some examples would be like... "Saw" --- it has many meanings in the English language. 1) I saw that ----like I visiually saw something 2) Saw that wood ----like the tool t ( Full Answer )
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What eras used homophony?

Homophony was first heard in the Renaissance era and has been a musical texture tool since then