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Symphonies! Computers! Riots! Take a look at all 50 of the moments that rocked the classical music world in our beautiful gallery of facts and pictures, inspired by Classic FM's brand new book: 50 Moments That Rocked The Classical Music World, by Sam Jackson and Darren Henley.
Polyphony? It's as simple as two or more lines of music playing at the same time, weaving together to create a piece. It's the opposite of 'monophony', where there's just one line of music, or 'homophony', which is usually one tune accompanied by chords.
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