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Arpeggios In Counterpoint Chapter II
Before you begin these lessons you need to know what counterpoint is. Counterpoint is in a way very similar to harmonizing, the two are very easily confused (I am guilty of that). Harmonizing can be defined as play anoter note with an existing note but doing so is not always called harmonization. In respects to classical choral harmony, the material demonstrated in these lessons do not have harmonization but can be classifed as counterpoint. The defintions of Counterpoint are: 1) a melody accompanying another melody note for note. 2)The art of adding a related but indeppendent melody or melodies to a basic melody, in accordance with the fixed the rules of harmony, to make a harmonic whole.