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''{{Film/Casablanca}}'')...but the orchestra sides with the ghosts.

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* ''{{Film/Casablanca}}'')...but the orchestra sides with the ghosts.
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[[folder:Web Video]]
* Joss Whedon continues the trend in ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'': the song "My Eyes" has Penny singing several steps up from Billy, with a more lyrical melody in counterpoint to his militaristic rhythm. She sings about how the world isn't perfect but things are always getting better, Billy sings about how the world is a pile of filth and lies and everyone's out to get each other, talking about how disillusioned he's become.
** And the end of "A Man's Gotta Do" features a Counterpart ''Trio'', with Captain Hammer and Penny singing about how amazing Captain Hammer is, and Dr. Horrible singing about what a ''dick'' Captain Hammer is.

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[[folder:Anime]]
* Joss Whedon continues ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'''s second season has Kirika and Shirabe's main {{Image Song}}s revealed to be one of these when combined together.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie'' has "On
the trend in ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'': the song "My Eyes" has Penny singing several steps up Open Road". Goofy sings about how happy he is to be traveling with his son Max; Max sings about how he would rather be anywhere else.
* "Here I Am / [[Music/CyndiLauper 'Princesses' Wanna Have Fun"]]
from Billy, with WesternAnimation/BarbieAsThePrincessAndThePopstar.
** "I Am
a more lyrical melody Girl Like You" from WesternAnimation/BarbieInThePrincessAndThePauper.
* "Where You Are" from ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' has the men's and women's choruses
in counterpoint to his militaristic rhythm. She sings about how the world isn't perfect but things are always getting better, Billy sings about how the world each other.
* Melody and Ariel sing such a song, "For a Moment", in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaidIIReturnToTheSea''.
* "Savages" from ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}''. There
is a pile of filth and lies and everyone's out to get each other, talking about how disillusioned he's become.
** And the end of "A Man's Gotta Do" features a Counterpart ''Trio'',
Part 2 featuring Pocahontas singing with Captain Hammer similar structures to the earlier songs "Steady as the Beating Drum" and Penny "Listen With Your Heart".
* "For the First Time in Forever" and its reprise in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. The first version has Anna
singing about how amazing Captain Hammer is, and Dr. Horrible singing her excitement that the castle gates are open once more while Elsa sings about what a ''dick'' Captain Hammer is.
her apprehension over the same thing. Meanwhile, the reprise has Anna trying to convince Elsa to return to Arendelle with her while Elsa tries to convince Anna that her remaining in the mountain is for the best.
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* ''How the Other Half Lives'' from ''Film/ThoroughlyModernMillie''. Miss Dorothy wants to experience the life of the poor, Millie the rich.
* ''Film/{{Hairspray}}'' (the 2007 movie) has a reprise of "Big Blonde and Beautiful", during which Edna and Velma sing abouttheir plans to seduce Wilbur for ''very'' different reasons.
* ''Film/TheProducers'': "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdneMgkNUDI&feature=related We Can Do It]]", to a ''tee''.
''{{Film/Casablanca}}'')...but the orchestra sides with the ghosts.
* In the fourth and fifth movements of J.S. Bach's cantata ''[[http://youtu.be/o73shN739YU?t=17m57s Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen]]'' (Rejoice, you hearts), the duet melodies are the same, but the ''lyrics'' are different. One singer celebrates Jesus's resurrection, while the other singer doubts the resurrection and is generally unsure about his fate. In short, the two singers' lyrics are opposites of each other thematically.
* In the finale of ''Film/SwingTime'', the leads sing "A Fine Romance" in counterpoint with "The Way You Look Tonight," demonstrating that the two melodies fit together perfectly.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* ''Literature/EmmetOttersJugBandChristmas'' has the reprise of "Our World"/"Brothers".
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* At the end of Act One in the ''Series/{{Scrubs}} MusicalEpisode.
* On an episode of TheJudyGarlandShow, Creator/JudyGarland and BarbraStreisand did a CounterPointDuet of "Get Happy" and "Happy Days Are Here Again", respectively.
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* "To Be Human" from the Deluxe version of Music/SteeleyeSpan's ConceptAlbum of ''Discworld/{{Wintersmith}}'' has Tiffany singing that she must escape the Wintermith in counterpoint to the Wintersmith singing that he [[IJustWantToBeNormal just wants to be human]].




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* ''The Good Doctor'' and ''The Sons of Fate'' by Music/TheProtomen both do this. The former has Dr. Light and Dr. Wily arguing about Wily's plans to control the city, while the latter has Mega Man and [[spoiler: Protoman]] arguing about the fate of mankind while they battle each other.
* ''{{Music/Brentalfloss}}'' collaborated with a fellow named Dave Bulmer to produce [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAtWQ_xn0kI Super Mario Land With Lyrics]], wherein Brent and Dave argue about whether or not Super Mario Land is a good game. (For the record, Dave says it is, and Brent says it's not.)
** And then they joined forces again, this time arguing about the appeal of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRGxbQcunnU Zelda: Ocarina of Time]], and the argument gets so vicious that Brent actually flies to England to lay the smack on him with a Les Miz-style confrontation, complete with overlapping arguments!
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* In ''Celebration'', Mr. Rich sings "Slowly Rising" in counterpoint to the Orphan's "Love Song."
* Used and [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in "One Step" from Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire's revue ''Starting Here, Starting Now'', where the characters sing this before the two sections are combined:
-->Now, I know you folks are very theatrically wise,\\
So I know this news won't come as the slightest surprise,\\
But just in case you're in doubt as to whether or not or whether,\\
This is one of those songs with two parts where both of them go together!
* Beethoven's opera ''Theatre/{{Fidelio}}'' has a famous Canon Quartet: four characters expressing their different concerns over the same situation.
** Wagner (who studied and admired Beethoven) used similar scenes to great effect. Thus, before the judicial duel in ''Lohengrin'', all the characters and the male and female choruses sing their separate views of the situation, mostly to different melodies, over and through each other. At the end of Act I of ''Siegfried'', Siegfried and Mime do the same. Most memorably, at the end of ''The Flying Dutchman'', the Dutchman's ghost crew fights a duel of song with the Norwegian sailors (reminiscent of the "Marseillaise" scene in



* ''How the Other Half Lives'' from ''Film/ThoroughlyModernMillie''. Miss Dorothy wants to experience the life of the poor, Millie the rich.
* "Savages" from ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}''. There is a Part 2 featuring Pocahontas singing with similar structures to the earlier songs "Steady as the Beating Drum" and "Listen With Your Heart".
* The title song from the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "I'm a Little Bit Country", with the country-loving rednecks supporting the war, and the rock-and-roll obsessed yuppies protesting it. The song is later reprised and turned into a MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber.



* ''Film/{{Hairspray}}'' (the 2007 movie) has a reprise of "Big Blonde and Beautiful", during which Edna and Velma sing about their plans to seduce Wilbur for ''very'' different reasons.



* ''The Good Doctor'' and ''The Sons of Fate'' by Music/TheProtomen both do this. The former has Dr. Light and Dr. Wily arguing about Wily's plans to control the city, while the latter has Mega Man and [[spoiler: Protoman]] arguing about the fate of mankind while they battle each other.
* On an episode of TheJudyGarlandShow, Creator/JudyGarland and BarbraStreisand did a CounterPointDuet of "Get Happy" and "Happy Days Are Here Again", respectively.



* ''Film/TheProducers'': "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdneMgkNUDI&feature=related We Can Do It]]", to a ''tee''.
* Used and [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in "One Step" from Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire's revue ''Starting Here, Starting Now'', where the characters sing this before the two sections are combined:
-->Now, I know you folks are very theatrically wise,\\
So I know this news won't come as the slightest surprise,\\
But just in case you're in doubt as to whether or not or whether,\\
This is one of those songs with two parts where both of them go together!
* Melody and Ariel sing such a song, "For a Moment", in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaidIIReturnToTheSea''.



* "For the First Time in Forever" and its reprise in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. The first version has Anna singing about her excitement that the castle gates are open once more while Elsa sings about her apprehension over the same thing. Meanwhile, the reprise has Anna trying to convince Elsa to return to Arendelle with her while Elsa tries to convince Anna that her remaining in the mountain is for the best.
* "Here I Am / [[Music/CyndiLauper 'Princesses' Wanna Have Fun"]] from WesternAnimation/BarbieAsThePrincessAndThePopstar.
** "I Am a Girl Like You" from WesternAnimation/BarbieInThePrincessAndThePauper.
* In ''Celebration'', Mr. Rich sings "Slowly Rising" in counterpoint to the Orphan's "Love Song."
* "To Be Human" from the Deluxe version of Music/SteeleyeSpan's ConceptAlbum of ''Discworld/{{Wintersmith}}'' has Tiffany singing that she must escape the Wintermith in counterpoint to the Wintersmith singing that he [[IJustWantToBeNormal just wants to be human]].




!!Other types of contrapuntal singing that are similar, but don't quite fit the trope-
* "Fugue for Tinhorns" from ''Theatre/GuysAndDolls'', which is more of a round than anything.
* Once more from "Once More With Feeling", though Joss Whedon tries to disguise it, during the counterpoint section in "Walk Through the Fire", the Scoobies and Sweet are actually singing pretty much the same tune. It just sounds different.
* AndrewLloydWebber's version of ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera''- lots of counterpoint, especially in "Prima Donna"
** Also when the Phantom, Raoul, and Christine are all singing their respective songs at the same time in a DarkReprise ("The Point of No Return", "Think of Me", and "Angel of Music")
* "I Am So Proud" from ''Theatre/TheMikado'' starts off as a counterpoint trio.
* The refrain in "Kind Captain, I've Important Information" from ''Theatre/HMSPinafore'' is in beautiful two-voice counterpoint.
* "Go Ye Heroes" plus "When the Foeman Bares His Steel" from ''Theatre/ThePiratesOfPenzance'' probably qualifies here.
** There's a bit of "With Cat-Like Tread" mixed in as well, adding in a smidgeon of DistantDuet.
** "How Beautifully Blue the Sky" is a unique example, given that the two melody lines are in [[UncommonTime different time signatures]].
* But NOT unusual in Creator/GilbertAndSullivan: offhand, "Welcome gentry" from Theatre/{{Ruddigore}}, for instance, or, for that matter, "I am so proud" from Theatre/TheMikado. Sullivan tended, when writing a double chorus, to either contrast fast and slow (say, "Tower warders"/"'Tis the autumn" from ''Theatre/TheYeomenOfTheGuard'', dotted rhythms vs. straight ("When the Foeman"/"Go ye heroes"), or triple meter vs. double meter.
* "What Is This Feeling?" from ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'' plays with this, by having Elphie and Galinda on one melody line, while giving the other to the chorus.
** Later in ''Wicked,'' Elphaba and Glinda sing in counterpoint briefly in "For Good" - they have separate refrains, but combine them for the finale, in which it is also in counterpoint to the Ozians reprising "No One Mourns The Wicked".
** The opening version of NOMTW also has Glinda in counterpoint with the Munchkins for the final chorus.
** A different counterpoint duet in ''Wicked'' is "Wicked Witch of the East" - Nessa reprises her and Boq's passage from "Dancing Through Life", while Elphaba sings the incantation to [[spoiler:turn Boq into the Tin Man]] quietly in counterpoint.
* ''Film/LegallyBlonde'''s "Harvard Variations" doesn't quite manage to be a true counterpoint trio. It does come close, though.
* "Remains" from the Japanese musical ''Letter -bring to light-'' is a duet in counterpoint, but the singers don't sing their melodies individually first (at least, not in that song; the melodies do show up separately elsewhere).
* "Yesterday I Loved You" from Theatre/OnceUponAMattress comes close but the melody of "In A Little While" is slightly modified to fit. In the revival there is also a point where Lady Larken joins Sir Harry in a harmony.



** And the end of Act One in the ''Series/{{Scrubs}} MusicalEpisode.



* Beethoven's opera ''Theatre/{{Fidelio}}'' has a famous Canon Quartet: four characters expressing their different concerns over the same situation.
** Wagner (who studied and admired Beethoven) used similar scenes to great effect. Thus, before the judicial duel in ''Lohengrin'', all the characters and the male and female choruses sing their separate views of the situation, mostly to different melodies, over and through each other. At the end of Act I of ''Siegfried'', Siegfried and Mime do the same. Most memorably, at the end of ''The Flying Dutchman'', the Dutchman's ghost crew fights a duel of song with the Norwegian sailors (reminiscent of the "Marseillaise" scene in ''{{Film/Casablanca}}'')...but the orchestra sides with the ghosts.
* In the fourth and fifth movements of J.S. Bach's cantata ''[[http://youtu.be/o73shN739YU?t=17m57s Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen]]'' (Rejoice, you hearts), the duet melodies are the same, but the ''lyrics'' are different. One singer celebrates Jesus's resurrection, while the other singer doubts the resurrection and is generally unsure about his fate. In short, the two singers' lyrics are opposites of each other thematically.



* ''WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie'' has "On the Open Road". Goofy sings about how happy he is to be traveling with his son Max; Max sings about how he would rather be anywhere else.
* ''{{Music/Brentalfloss}}'' collaborated with a fellow named Dave Bulmer to produce [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAtWQ_xn0kI Super Mario Land With Lyrics]], wherein Brent and Dave argue about whether or not Super Mario Land is a good game. (For the record, Dave says it is, and Brent says it's not.)
** And then they joined forces again, this time arguing about the appeal of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRGxbQcunnU Zelda: Ocarina of Time]], and the argument gets so vicious that Brent actually flies to England to lay the smack on him with a Les Miz-style confrontation, complete with overlapping arguments!
* In the finale of ''Film/SwingTime'', the leads sing "A Fine Romance" in counterpoint with "The Way You Look Tonight," demonstrating that the two melodies fit together perfectly.



* ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'''s second season has Kirika and Shirabe's main {{Image Song}}s revealed to be one of these when combined together.
* ''Literature/EmmetOttersJugBandChristmas'' has the reprise of "Our World"/"Brothers".



* "Where You Are" from ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' has the men's and women's choruses in counterpoint to each other.


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* "What Is This Feeling?" from ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'' plays with this, by having Elphie and Galinda on one melody line, while giving the other to the chorus.
** Later in ''Wicked,'' Elphaba and Glinda sing in counterpoint briefly in "For Good" - they have separate refrains, but combine them for the finale, in which it is also in counterpoint to the Ozians reprising "No One Mourns The Wicked".
** The opening version of NOMTW also has Glinda in counterpoint with the Munchkins for the final chorus.
** A different counterpoint duet in ''Wicked'' is "Wicked Witch of the East" - Nessa reprises her and Boq's passage from "Dancing Through Life", while Elphaba sings the incantation to [[spoiler:turn Boq into the Tin Man]] quietly in counterpoint.
* AndrewLloydWebber's version of ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera''- lots of counterpoint, especially in "Prima Donna"
** Also when the Phantom, Raoul, and Christine are all singing their respective songs at the same time in a DarkReprise ("The Point of No Return", "Think of Me", and "Angel of Music")
* "I Am So Proud" from ''Theatre/TheMikado'' starts off as a counterpoint trio.
* The refrain in "Kind Captain, I've Important Information" from ''Theatre/HMSPinafore'' is in beautiful two-voice counterpoint.
* "Go Ye Heroes" plus "When the Foeman Bares His Steel" from ''Theatre/ThePiratesOfPenzance'' probably qualifies here.
** There's a bit of "With Cat-Like Tread" mixed in as well, adding in a smidgeon of DistantDuet.
** "How Beautifully Blue the Sky" is a unique example, given that the two melody lines are in [[UncommonTime different time signatures]].
* But NOT unusual in Creator/GilbertAndSullivan: offhand, "Welcome gentry" from Theatre/{{Ruddigore}}, for instance, or, for that matter, "I am so proud" from Theatre/TheMikado. Sullivan tended, when writing a double chorus, to either contrast fast and slow (say, "Tower warders"/"'Tis the autumn" from ''Theatre/TheYeomenOfTheGuard'', dotted rhythms vs. straight ("When the Foeman"/"Go ye heroes"), or triple meter vs. double meter.
* "Remains" from the Japanese musical ''Letter -bring to light-'' is a duet in counterpoint, but the singers don't sing their melodies individually first (at least, not in that song; the melodies do show up separately elsewhere).
* "Yesterday I Loved You" from Theatre/OnceUponAMattress comes close but the melody of "In A Little While" is slightly modified to fit. In the revival there is also a point where Lady Larken joins Sir Harry in a harmony.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* The title song from the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "I'm a Little Bit Country", with the country-loving rednecks supporting the war, and the rock-and-roll obsessed yuppies protesting it. The song is later reprised and turned into a MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber.
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[[folder:Web Video]]
* Joss Whedon continues the trend in ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'': the song "My Eyes" has Penny singing several steps up from Billy, with a more lyrical melody in counterpoint to his militaristic rhythm. She sings about how the world isn't perfect but things are always getting better, Billy sings about how the world is a pile of filth and lies and everyone's out to get each other, talking about how disillusioned he's become.
** And the end of "A Man's Gotta Do" features a Counterpart ''Trio'', with Captain Hammer and Penny singing about how amazing Captain Hammer is, and Dr. Horrible singing about what a ''dick'' Captain Hammer is.
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!!Other types of contrapuntal singing that are similar, but don't quite fit the trope-

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[[folder:Film -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/LegallyBlonde'''s "Harvard Variations" doesn't quite manage to be a true counterpoint trio. It does come close, though.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* In [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer "Once More With Feeling"]], though Joss Whedon tries to disguise it, during the counterpoint section in "Walk Through the Fire", the Scoobies and Sweet are actually singing pretty much the same tune. It just sounds different.
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[[folder:Theatre]]
* "Fugue for Tinhorns" from ''Theatre/GuysAndDolls'', which is more of a round than anything.
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[[folder:Web Video]]
* Joss Whedon continues the trend in ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'': the song "My Eyes" has Penny singing several steps up from Billy, with a more lyrical melody in counterpoint to his militaristic rhythm. She sings about how the world isn't perfect but things are always getting better, Billy sings about how the world is a pile of filth and lies and everyone's out to get each other, talking about how disillusioned he's become.
** And the end of "A Man's Gotta Do" features a Counterpart ''Trio'', with Captain Hammer and Penny singing about how amazing Captain Hammer is, and Dr. Horrible singing about what a ''dick'' Captain Hammer is.

[[folder:Film -- Live-Action]]
* "Truly Scrumptious/Doll on a Music Box" from ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''. Bonus points for the actors involved doing extremely good jobs portraying their characters' disguises (a marionette and a clockwork doll, respectively).

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* The combination reprise of "Under Your Spell" and "Standing" from the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' MusicalEpisode [[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS6E7OnceMoreWithFeeling "Once More With Feeling"]]. Not to mention Spike and Buffy in the "Coda".
** The last few parts of " What You Feel".




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* "[[AntiChristmasCarol A Fairytale of New York]]" by The Pogues.
* The "Will You Love Me Forever?/Let Me Sleep on It" section of Meat Loaf's ''Paradise by the Dashboard Light''.
* Music/MitchBenn parodies this in the duet part of his "West End Musical" parody (which is also supposed to be a DistantDuet).
-->'''Kirsty''': Our composer's showing off.\\
'''Mitch:''': He's written two tunes for this song.\\
'''Kirsty''': I have to sing across the counter-melody.\\
'''Mitch:''': It's a sort of call-and-response thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing...\\
'''Kirsty''': Then I keep going while he holds that one long note,\\
'''Both''': And the last line is in two-part harmony.
* In Music/CelticThunder's song "That's a Woman", two of the men play opposing views on how a woman is and should be treated. One (Paul) thinks they're nothing but good and should be treated gently, and another (Ryan) thinking that they're nothing but bad and should be treated in kind.
** In their show Storm, Keith and Damian have a duet where they sing in counterpoint; Damian talking about how cool and debonair he is, and Keith saying that actually, the girls are laughing at him and he's sort of a loser.



* "Truly Scrumptious/Doll on a Music Box" from ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''. Bonus points for the actors involved doing extremely good jobs portraying their characters' disguises (a marionette and a clockwork doll, respectively).



* "[[AntiChristmasCarol A Fairytale of New York]]" by The Pogues.
* The "Will You Love Me Forever?/Let Me Sleep on It" section of Meat Loaf's ''Paradise by the Dashboard Light''.
* The combination reprise of "Under Your Spell" and "Standing" from the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' MusicalEpisode [[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS6E7OnceMoreWithFeeling "Once More With Feeling"]]. Not to mention Spike and Buffy in the "Coda".
** The last few parts of " What You Feel".
* Joss Whedon continues the trend in ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'': the song "My Eyes" has Penny singing several steps up from Billy, with a more lyrical melody in counterpoint to his militaristic rhythm. She sings about how the world isn't perfect but things are always getting better, Billy sings about how the world is a pile of filth and lies and everyone's out to get each other, talking about how disillusioned he's become.
** And the end of "A Man's Gotta Do" features a Counterpart ''Trio'', with Captain Hammer and Penny singing about how amazing Captain Hammer is, and Dr. Horrible singing about what a ''dick'' Captain Hammer is.



* Music/MitchBenn parodies this in the duet part of his "West End Musical" parody (which is also supposed to be a DistantDuet).
-->'''Kirsty''': Our composer's showing off.\\
'''Mitch:''': He's written two tunes for this song.\\
'''Kirsty''': I have to sing across the counter-melody.\\
'''Mitch:''': It's a sort of call-and-response thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing...\\
'''Kirsty''': Then I keep going while he holds that one long note,\\
'''Both''': And the last line is in two-part harmony.
* In Music/CelticThunder's song "That's a Woman", two of the men play opposing views on how a woman is and should be treated. One (Paul) thinks they're nothing but good and should be treated gently, and another (Ryan) thinking that they're nothing but bad and should be treated in kind.
** In their show Storm, Keith and Damian have a duet where they sing in counterpoint; Damian talking about how cool and debonair he is, and Keith saying that actually, the girls are laughing at him and he's sort of a loser.
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* ''Theatre/{{Finale}}'' has Leaving You/Me, where Noah sings about how he can't wait to go to college and Krista sings about how she is sad that her son is going to college.





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* ''Theatre/{{Finale}}'' has Leaving You/Me, where Noah sings about how he can't wait to go to college and Krista sings about how she is sad that her son is going to college.
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* ''Theatre/{{Finale}}'' has Leaving You/Me, where Noah sings about how he can't wait to go to college and Krista sings about how she is sad that her son is going to college.
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* "Savages" from ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}''. There is a Part 2 featuring Pocahontas singing with similar structures to the earlier songs "Steady As the Beating Drum" and "Listen With Your Heart".

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* "Savages" from ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}''. There is a Part 2 featuring Pocahontas singing with similar structures to the earlier songs "Steady As as the Beating Drum" and "Listen With Your Heart".



* "For The First Time In Forever" and its reprise in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. The first version has Anna singing about her excitement that the castle gates are open once more while Elsa sings about her apprehension over the same thing. Meanwhile, the reprise has Anna trying to convince Elsa to return to Arendelle with her while Elsa tries to convince Anna that her remaining in the mountain is for the best.

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* "For The the First Time In in Forever" and its reprise in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. The first version has Anna singing about her excitement that the castle gates are open once more while Elsa sings about her apprehension over the same thing. Meanwhile, the reprise has Anna trying to convince Elsa to return to Arendelle with her while Elsa tries to convince Anna that her remaining in the mountain is for the best.
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* ''Theatre/LaCageAuxFolles'' brings it UpToEleven with "Cocktail Counterpoint" - a number that ends up involving almost all of the principals singing in a multilayered counterpoint.
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