#1
Anybody know what these are called and how to construct them? I don't see them in guitar, but I've played a few flute duets with my teacher that are like that. We both play the same line, but one of us will be 1 bar behind and it still lines up and sounds good.
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#2
You could recreate this with a delay pedal set correctly, not quite sure what its called. Each bar would have to harmonize to make it sound pleasant though.

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#4
A Canon?
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#5
Round or Rondo
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#6
Its a Round. They are most common for vocalists.
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#9
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Is the word not fugue?


No fugues are much more complex than just the same thing a bar behind, but it does share a similarity in that it deals with an idea repeated in different voices.