Definition of voice exchange
: the simultaneous exchange of musical phrases between two or more voices or parts First, there is a voice exchange: the lower voice moves up a semitone from G to A♭, then the upper voice descends a semitone from A♭ to G. — Joseph N. Straus, The Music of Ruth Crawford Seeger, 1995 —called also part exchange
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