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Synonyms for counterpoint

striking difference between compared individuals

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

to show differences when compared

write in counterpoint

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HERE Technologies is the undisputed leader in the location ecosystem, according to the Counterpoint Research Location Ecosystems Update 2017.
HEREs leading open mapping platform has integrated customer and partner driven location intelligence with the rich mapping database topped with big data analytics capabilities allowing it to build newer services and power unique but advanced location experiences across the spectrum, according to Neil Shah, Research Director of Counterpoint and author of the report.
In the report, Counterpoint recognized HEREs mapping database as the best in the industry; highlighted the work of the company in making its map database more intelligent, through its investments into building the Reality Index; and remarked on HEREs efforts to expand its global market reach through, for example, its recently-established joint venture in China.
In the preface to the edition, Agee draws upon the well-documented evidence laid out in his article "Costanzo Festa's Gradus ad Parnassum" (Early Music History 15 [1996]: 1u58) to argue convincingly that the 125 counterpoints on the basse danse "La Spagna" misattributed to Giovanni Maria Nanino (1543 or 1544u1607) in the manuscript Bologna, Civico Museo Bibliografico Musicale C36, arc in fact Festa's lost exercises.
Unlike the dialogue structure adopted by Fux to illustrate the principles, Festa's collection of counterpoints presents only music.
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.
the counterpoints must conform to the mode of the C.
The bass counterpoint in Example 12 follows a different strategy from the counterpoints of Examples 5 and 8: it descends to a low point coinciding with the climax of the soprano at measure 7.
I PROPOSE TO OUTLINE a system of species counterpoint applicable to twentieth-century modal music.
Happily, at its best the Bean Team's sophomoric bonhomie has a way of making counterpoint beside the point.
With NCR Counterpoints flexible POS and inventory management system, Delaware North Sportservice is able to improve inventory tracking of detailed item information such as size, color and styles, and creating matrixes for tracking the performance of various options.
NCR, the global leader in consumer transaction technologies, announced today Delaware North Sportservice , which operates Amalie Arena for the Tampa Bay Lightning, is integrating its retail point-of-sale (POS) and inventory management systems through NCR Counterpoint.
The people portrayed do not drown in this sea of times and moments, they keep rising to the surface, respecting the counterpoints, showing feelings, returning to the light.
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.