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#beginquote# #beginquote# #beginquote# Hi I have a book about music theory which explaines about counterpoint so i have a question about it. It says that 'counterpoint consists of two melodies sounded at the same time.' Now my question is if a bass-line is also considered a melody when it comes to counterpoint? And what when its not really melodic?? And should all parts of a song (except drums) be considered a melody when it comes to counterpoint? I hope you can answer my question(s). Best regards Noolnool Netherlands #endquote# Counterpoint is quite broad being that all music has some countrapuntal(meaning counterpoint)elements in it at one point or another. #endquote# Oops, countrapuntal should be spelled contrapuntal. #endquote#
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