having the same sound
having the same sound. Music. having one part or melody predominating (opposed to polyphonic).
An example of something homophonic is a piece of music with chords, where two instruments play the same line of melody in the same rhythm; however, one instrument plays one note and a second intrument places a note in harmony. An example of homophonic words are pair and pear.
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Sonic Glossary: Homophony. A musical texture consisting of one melody and an accompaniment that supports it. Homophony is a musical texture of several parts in which one melody predominates; the other parts may be either simple chords or a more elaborate accompaniment pattern.
The term was coined by Plato and literally means “different voices.” A good example of heterophony is the Gaelic band The Chieftans' tune: The Wind That Shakes The Barley. Each instrument plays the same melody, but embellishes it slightly with grace notes, vibrato, etc.
polyphony, in music, the simultaneous combination of two or more tones or melodic lines (the term derives from the Greek word for “many sounds”). Thus, even a single interval made up of two simultaneous tones or a chord of three simultaneous tones is rudimentarily polyphonic.
Most popular music genres strongly favor homophonic textures, whether featuring a solo singer, rapper, guitar solo, or several vocalists singing in harmony.
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So is hip-hop pop music? If we're defining pop music as a “non-stop evolving genre that consists of whatever music is currently popular,” then hip-hop/rap is definitely pop music. Pop and Rock & Roll were synonymous back in the 1960s, so now it's hip-hop that is synonymous with pop.
There's not a lot of melody and there's not a lot of harmony. And thus, effectively, it is basically spoken rhythm. It's not actually a form of music. It's a form of rhythmic speaking.
DJ Kool Herc
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