An important aspect of understanding how texture works is being able to hear and identify layers, which in a basic sense, refers to how many things are happening at once within the texture of the music. Layers tell us a lot about the level of complexity in the music, and help us to build a mental image of what is going on with the musical elements. Identifying layers is also a great way to listen more actively.
To work on this concept, we will use a really cool visualization of Clare de Lune (“Moonlight”), by the French composer Claude Debussy. The animation visually imitates the layers, and is very helpful for understanding this concept.
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