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Examples of the polyphonic musical texture are fugues. Homophonic Texture. The homophonic musical texture is known as the most common texture in the West, having a melodic line and harmomic lines that are accompanied. Examples of the homophonic musical texture include Bach Chorales.What is the popular texture in music?
What are the three basic musical textures? Monophonic. Literally meaning one voice, monophonic texture (monophony) refers to a single melodic line, though it may be played by one or many instruments. Homophonic. Homophonic texture (homophony) is the most common texture in Western music, both classical and popular. Polyphonic.What is texture in music terms?
Definition of Musical Texture: Texture describes the complexity of a musical composition. The word texture is used because adding different layers or elements to music creates a musical “tapestry.” Texture can be simple or elaborate, and is described with the following terms: Monophonic: A single line of melody.