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.
for my music homework i have got these words Polyphonic homophonic thick texture thin texture which i need to match up with these sentences Single melodic line - i think this matches up with Polyphonic. a few parts spaced apart
select the word from the following list to complete this paragraph ,you may use award once,more than once or not at all. (water,clay,sand,increases,decreases,air,permeable,textures) Soil of different..........appear to have
I still have a few questions to check. I really hope you can check them. Thank you! 1) Which metaphors does the poet use to address the urn in the first stanza? 2) How is the urn described? What figure of speech is used in line
1.Which of the following is present in this painting? a. Mostly warm, bright oranges and reds b. Tactile texture the viewer can feel c. Contrast in value between light ad dark d. Radical balance from the painting's center
I have these questions on my assignment, so would you please check my answers? (Thank you) 1.Which one of the following aspects of musical variety should be considered when selecting music for children? A. harmony B. texture C.
1. Which of the following is present in this painting? (Adoration of the Shepherds) warm colors movement value asymmetrical balance 2. How did the artist create interesting textures in this image? by experimenting with various
1. What is the difference between composition and improvisation? Choose the correct. A. Composition is the art of making music spontaneously, while improvisations are carefully planned. B. Improvisation is the art of making music
Which one of the following is characteristic of Brahms's compositions? A. Hollow sounds and dissonant melodies B. Well-organized and well-developed themes C. Feeling of self-pity and despair D. Radical innovations i think the
In the painting The Bridge at Argenteuil by Claude Monet how did the artist create interesting textures in this image? a. by experimenting with various brushstrokes b. by using only one color c. by concentrating on negative space