counterpoint

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Synonyms for counterpoint

striking difference between compared individuals

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Synonyms for counterpoint

a musical form involving the simultaneous sound of two or more melodies

to show differences when compared

write in counterpoint

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1 by Victor Ewald, "Dead Man Blues" by Jelly Roll Morton, "Morning Music" by David Sampson, Contrapunctus I by J.
30am Matins, Teach me O Lord - Byrd, voluntary: Contrapunctus - J s Bach.
The tenor accompanies the breves in contrapunctus simplex (note-against-note) or in contrapunctus fractus.
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89) to refer to what Eggebrecht calls the Schluss of Contrapunctus IV (which lacks a coda); and elementary errors in the interpretation or supplementation of the sparse information supplied by Eggebrecht about Bach sources (e.