Is Bass monophonic or polyphonic?
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So monophonic means one note at a time. You can play and you know what you want but you're only getting one of them at a time polyphonic.
How do you know if something is monophonic or polyphonic?
Monophony means music with a single “part” and a “part” typically means a single vocal melody, but it could mean a single melody on an instrument of one kind or another. Polyphony means music with more than one part, and so this indicates simultaneous notes.
How do you tell if a song is monophonic polyphonic or homophonic?
Monophonic texture includes only a single melody line. If more than one musician plays the same melody together, this is called playing in unison. Polyphonic texture consists of two or more independent melody lines: Homophonic texture consist of a primary melody line with accompaniment.