How do the types of "heterophony" found in Vietnamese Tai Thu, Thai Piphat, and Javanese Gamelan differ

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How do the types of "heterophony" found in Vietnamese Tai Thu, Thai Piphat, and Javanese Gamelan differ

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Heterophony is often a characteristic feature of non-Western traditional musics. Thai music is nonharmonic, melodic, or linear, and as is the case with all musics of this genre, its fundamental organization is horizontal. VietnamAnswer!

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In music, heterophony is a type of texture characterized by the simultaneous variation of a single melodic line. Such a texture can be regarded as a kind of complex monophony in which there is only one basic melody.

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