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