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Musical Textures

A summary of Textures for GCSE Music
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Peter Bryant

on 27 September 2013

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Transcript of Musical Textures

Objectives

All will be able to:
Describe the five main textures in music

We will strive to:
Create examples of different textures
Textures
in
Music

Chordal - different instruments
playing at different pitches but with the same rhythm.
Homophonic
Can be confused with homophonic -
Chord based harmony - but with a clear melody instrument.
Melody with
Accompaniment
Many voices / melody lines
that overlap each other
Polyphonic
One voice with no accompaniment.
NB:- Two instruments could play the
same notes at different octaves.
Monophonic
Different versions of the same melody.
Found in Gamelan music of Indonesian
Heterophonic
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