is based on the number of instruments and how each plays in relation to the others
No because it is formed by one group at a time.
It has a monophonic texture because it consists of a single melodic line. It has no harmony.
Texture changes how the music sounds... Voila, a beautiful paragraph that describes it :"In music, texture is the way the melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic materials are combined in a composition (Benward & Saker 2003, 131), thus determining the overall quality of sound of a piece. Texture is often described in regards to the density, or thickness, and range, or width between lowest and highest pitches, in relative terms as well as more specifically distinguished according to the number of voices, or parts, and the relationship between these voices (see types of texture below) (Benward & Saker 2003, 131). A piece's texture may be affected by the number and character of parts playing at once, the timbre of the instruments or voices playing these parts and the harmony, tempo, and rhythms used."But if you didn't understand it in the first place, you probably aren't enlightened now. It just depends on how you play something, and it's fairly complex.
polyphony? contrapuntal? there may be others
C. From exclusive use of polyphonic texture to use of combined polyphonic andhomophonic texture
composition and texture
texture is how something feels
The composition and texture of a rock are great indicators of the rock's type and method of formation.
And their texture, which can be aphanitic, phaneritic, glassy, or porphyritic. mineral composition and crystal texture
The texture is Homophonic
How are basalt and granite diffrerent in their origin texture and mineral composition How are the similar
Composition and texture
For flavouring and texture :)
A texture in which the musical matirial is consentrated into chords.