J.G. Janitsch : Sonata Da Camera , Opus 5, II C Minor . What instruments do you hear?. Melodic instruments (solo/duet) Oboe Background accompaniment Continuo Group: Harpsichord, strings. Terminology.
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Basso continuo generally used/was guided by the use of “figured bass”
Figured Bass: a notational system used during the baroque period that indicated the harmoniesand their inversion that would be played by a keyboard instrument. As harmonic concepts became more ingrained and became part of common practice, these symbols enjoyed a more universal understanding.
In the medieval and renaissance periods, echoes of melodic material between voices/instruments and/or the interplay between those voices was referred to as imitation.
In the baroque, the term was replaced with “counterpoint”. In music, counterpoint is the relationship between voices that are interdependent harmonically (polyphony) and yet are independent in rhythm and contour