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I have heard of polyphonic textures, are polyphonic textures the same as polyphonic sections?

Polyphonic sections are parts of a homophonic texture that vary and are polyphonic.

Here is a site on polyphonic texture.

http://www.uwosh.edu/faculty_staff/liske/musicalelements/texture/poly.html

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