What are the different levels of polyphony as used in medieval period?

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polyphony (pəlĭf'ənē) , music whose texture is formed by the interweaving of several melodic lines. The lines are independent but sound together harmonically. Contrasting terms are homophony, wherein one part dominates while the others form a
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