MELODY AND TEXTURE
Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Opus 67, first movement (Allegro), simplified piano reduction: Ludwig van Beethoven, 1809. Public Domain.
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Fugue II for three voices in C minor (BWV 847): J. S. Bach, 1722. Public Domain.
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I Want to Know Christ: Lyrics by Michael Hudson. Music by Gary Driskell. © 1986 by Ariose Music (administrated by EMI Christian Publishing).
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Chaconne from Partita No. 2 in D minor for Violin Solo (BWV 1004), measures 57-59: J. S. Bach, circa 1720. Public Domain.
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Live performance: Viktoria Mullova
Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Opus 67, first movement (Allegro), measures 14-21. Simplified piano reduction: Ludwig van Beethoven, 1809. Public Domain.
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Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta, third movement (Adagio) right hand of piano part only, measures 47-50: Béla Bartók, © 1937, Universal Edition. Copyright renewed.
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Cassation, Menuet (K. 99): Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1769. Public Domain.
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String Quartet No. 17, Allegro (“The Hunt,” K. 458): Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1784. Public Domain.
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Polly Wolly Doodle: Traditional American Folk Song, circa 1880. Public Domain.
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The term heterophony is a rare fourth type of texture that results from simultaneous embellishments of a melody.
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Plainchant hymn Ut qué-ant láxis: Guido d’Arezzo, circa A. D. 1015. Public Domain. See also example 1.20.

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Harpsichord Suite, Minuet: Christian Petzold, circa 1710. Often mis-attributed to J.S. Bach because of its inclusion in Bach’s Anna Magdalena Notebook (BWV Anh 114, 1725). Public Domain.
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Some theorists refer to this style of accompaniment as Alberti bass, after the Baroque composer Domenico Alberti, whose writings show immense fondness for the technique.
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Symphony No. 41 in C Major (“Jupiter”) K. 551, Movement IV (Finale, Allegro), measures 399-404, strings only: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1788. Public Domain.
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Symphony No. 41 in C Major (“Jupiter”) K. 551, Movement IV (Finale, Allegro), measures 296-301, strings only: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1788. Public Domain.
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the following section.
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