Counterpoint: something or someone that is different from another especially in a pleasing way. Synonyms: contrast, foil, complement… Antonyms: synonym, analogue, counterpart…What is the synonym of counter?
Synonyms for counter. antipode, antithesis, contrary, negative, obverse, opposite, reverse.What is the origin of the word Contrepoint?
1400–50; late Middle English < Middle French contrepoint, translation of Medieval Latin (cantus) contrāpūnctus literally, (song) pointed or pricked against, referring to notes of an accompaniment written over or under the notes of a plainsong.What is counterpoint in music?
The use of two or more melodies at the same time in a piece of music; it was an important part of baroque music. Certain composers, such as Johann Sebastian Bach, have been especially skillful at counterpoint. The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition Copyright © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.