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Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
Lesson 7 – working with rhythm
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Lesson 7 – working with rhythm

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  • 1. Lesson 7 – Working with Rhythm: Rhythmic Patterns and Syncopations
  • 2. Rhythm Flow or movement of sound through time Composed of beat, accent, meter and time signature Which provide the foundation for musical activity
  • 3. Rhythm It is the way these sounds and silent durations of different lengths with different accents are combined to produce sound patterns that determine the recurring pattern in rhythm Rhythm is the occurrence of various time durations within the meter
  • 4. Rhythmic PatternsSteady beat or a combination of notesCreated following a specific time signature
  • 5. Example of Rhythmic Pattern
  • 6. Reading Rhythmic PatternsRhythmic reading is a process in music by which note durations are expressed in vocal sounds using rhythmic syllables
  • 7. Rhythmic Syllables
  • 8. Syncopation One variation of rhythmic patterns that emphasize expected displacement of patterns Felt like a sudden jolt on a regular beat Sometime referred as an “off-beat” in music Used as an element of surprise Commonly used in jazz music Accent does not fall exactly on the first beat but right after the down beat when the accent is least expected

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