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[[Fasciculus:Sousa - "Washington Post March," m. 1-7Post1.png|thumb|300px|Introductio [[Ioannes Philippus Sousa|Ioannis Philippi Sousae]] "[[The Washington Post (iter)|Washington Post March]]," mm. 1-7{{audio|Sousa - "Washington Post March," m. 1-7.mid|Play}} [[duplicatio octavorum|duplicationem octavorum]] (Benward & Saker 2009) et texturam homorhythmicam vehementius sicit.]]
 
'''Textura''' in [[musica]] est modus quo res<!--materials--> [[melodia|melodicae]], [[rhythmus|rhythmicae]], et [[harmonia|harmonicae]] in [[compositio musica|compositione]] coniunguntur, totum rei [[sonus|sonum]] constituens. Ea saepe describitur quod attinet ad densitatem (vel crassitudinem) et [[coniectus (musica)|coniectum]]<!--range-->, [[spatium]] inter summos infimosque [[tonus|tonos]]<!-- ,in relative terms as well as more specifically distinguished according to the number of voices, or parts, and the relationship between these voices--> <!--(vide [[#Genera texturarum|genera texturarum]] infra)--> (Benward & Saker 2003). Exempli gratia, textura crassa nonnulla continere potest strata [[instrumentum musicum|instrumentorum]], alio strato fortasse [[pars chordarum|chordarum]]<!--string section-->, alio [[pars orichalcorum|orichalcorum]] parte, textura satis levis, nimis stratis carens. Crassitudo, a [[numerus|numero]] et ubertate<!--richness--> instrumentorum quae re canunt adfecta, inter naturas leves et crassas variatur. Moveri praeterea potest rei textura a numero ingenioque [[vox (musica)|vocum]] quae una canunt, [[color (musica)|colore]]<!--timbre--> instrumentorum vel [[vox|voces]] quae his partibus canunt, et [[harmonia|harmoniis]], [[tempus (musica)|temporibus]], ac [[rhythmus|rhythmis]] qui adhibentur.
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