Non-imitative polyphony occurs when ligaments
Polyphony is usually divided into two main types: imitative and non-imitative. Either the various melodic lines in a polyphonic passage may sound similar to one. two or more independent melodic lines that do not share melodic material with one another. Most medieval polyphony falls in this category. In musical theatre, polyphony can be used in many different ways. Imitative polyphony (a main idea that is passed through different voices) can be used to.
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