Musical texture is the classification of the density of music, or the total number of independent melodic voices. There are three commonly occurring musical textures: Monophony, polyphony, and homophony.
To refresh your memory the assignment from the previous lesson is pasted below:
At this point you may have realized these composition assignments are leading somewhere. For this lesson, consider everything up to this point as the A section for an original composition; compose a 16 measure B section for your piece. Start with a melody, add a functional chord progression, and then turn that chord progression into a rhythmic accompaniment.
Can you describe the form of these two examples?