Contrast (music)

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In music and musical form, contrast is the difference between parts or different instrument sounds. The three types of contrast are rhythmic contrast, melodic contrast, and harmonic contrast.[1] Procedures of contrast include stratification, juxtaposition, and interpolation. Procedures of connection include gradation, amalgamation, and dissolution.

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  1. ^ "What is Musical Contrast." Ask.com. Web. 28 June 2013.