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    Hi,

    1) How wide (how many notes or octaves can be its range) can melody be and still be perceived as a single melody and not like melody with accompaniment? What are some examples of widest melodies?
    2) Can counterpoint somehow merge and be perceived as a single melody?
    3) Is it possible that left and right hand in piano switch roles, so that left hand (lower notes) play the melodic role and the right hand supporting role? How common is this, any examples?

    Please help.

    I didn't find the right soltion from the Internet.

    References:
    https://www.talkclassical.com/55339-...es-widest.html
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    Thanks

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