On Study of Conception and Application of Counterpoint Texture in Composing Technological Theory

Shenghao ZHANG


The music composing technological theory is the premise for music to develop and the counterpoint texture is especially important in composing. No matter in time or space, it should show the music arts, while spatiality is the main expression in counterpoint texture. Understanding to counterpoint texture is the indispensable part of composing. By briefly introducing counterpoint texture, this article analyzes its main expressive types and studies its practice so as to provide reference for relevant people and make our music pieces to develop better and better.


Composer of polyphonic music technology theory; Texture; Design and application

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n


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