What Is a Rhythm?


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Rhythm is a uniform or patterned repitition of a beat, accent or occurance in time. The five main features are repetition, gradation, transition, opposition and radiation.
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The most common type of meter uses iambs, which are sets of two syllables in which only the second is stressed. An example of an iamb is the word "compare, in which the sound
Answer Rhythm is a durational pattern of musical sounds and/or silences.
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(rĭTH'əm) n. Movement or variation characterized by the regular recurrence or alternation of different quantities or conditions: the rhythm of the tides. The patterned,
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A rhythm is a regular succession, repeat pattern of sound or movement of opposite or different conditions. This may be applied to a variety of natural occurrences that have a frequency of happening between microseconds up to many years.
Rhythm refers to a movement marked by the regulation of weak and strong elements or of opposite or very different conditions. The pattern may be applied to a wide variety of cyclical natural phenomena having a frequency of anything from microseconds to millions of years.
It means repetitive pulse of music or a pattern in time of some small single group of notes.
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