Texture Part = Voice = Line = Melodic Line Theory Things   William Wieland

Monophony
(monophonic music)
1 melody (Doublings are allowed.) Plainchant (e.g. Gregorian Chant)
Bach Cello Suites
Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time "6. Danse..."

Polyphony
(polyphonic music)
2 or more independent parts
(imitative or nonimitative)
Renaissance or Baroque Counterpoint
  (Palestrina motets and Bach fugues)
Homophony
(homophonic music)
Melody + Accompaniment Most Popular Music, Classical Music and Jazz
Homorhythmic music
(hymn or chordal texture)
All parts have the same rhythm. Handel Water Music "Hornpipe"
Bernstein Mass "Almighty Father"

Heterophony somewhat different versions of the 
same melody performed simultaneously
Much Nonwestern Music
Beethoven Violin Concerto
  (just after the soloist's initial entrance)

Fugues begin monophonically and add imitative voices at regular intervals.

Penderecki's Threnody: To the Victims of Hiroshima features texture and dynamics rather than melody or harmony.
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