A “rhythmic motif” is a short and often repetitive rhythm figure onto which any chords or melody notes may be grafted.
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In western cultures ,
harmony is conveyed in two basic ways: the
vertical, as in chords [Ex. 1a], and the horizontal,
as in arpeggios [Ex...
Hearing a rhythm is a prerequisite to playing it.
Last time around, we concentrated on repetitive 3/8 and 3/16 hemiolas, or three-against-four rhythmic displacements, but this concept can al...
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Another popular rhythmic displacement technique common to all musical styles is known as hemiola, which involves superimposing a repetitive,...
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