#3
counterpoint is two or more seperate melodies working to complement each other. a lot of baroque stuff like bach uses counterpoint. Toccatta and Fugue in D minor?
#9
It's basically writing a melody over another melody. It has really strict rules (can't move with x interval x amount of times, no perfect fifths, etc).
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that site up there didnt help at all

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