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Synonyms for counterpoint

striking difference between compared individuals


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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His edition of Festa's counterpoints not only has value for those studying the Roman School before Palestrina but for current pedagogical use in the classroom as well.
More important, we now have a collection of contrapuntal models contemporaneous with the early years of the Roman School, dating some two centuries before Johann Joseph Fux's Gradus ad Parnassum (1725), previously considered to be the earliest treatise to codify the principles of Palestrina's counterpoint.
Happily, at its best the Bean Team's sophomoric bonhomie has a way of making counterpoint beside the point.
It is and is not a movie: at its core five monitors are stacked one on top of the other, a vertical rower releasing the softest flow of counterpoint and chord.
Counterpoint contributions usually run from 500 to 750 words.