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The S-A node is often called the pacemaker of the heart because it establishes the basic rhythm at which the heart beats.
A form that is an altered version of a given theme, diverging from it by melodic ornamentation and by changes in harmony, rhythm , or key.
The rhythm of the lengthy negotiations.
The rhythm of the tides,seasons
To swing back and forth with a steady,uninterrupted rhythm .
But, when you hear words like these from your parents, or in a song, you not only learn the words but you also learn to sway with the rhythm
The director controls the composition of each frame, the lighting of each scene, and the pace and rhythm of each movement.
An early style of jazz characterized by free group improvisation and an accented two-beat rhythm .
A style of instrumental jazz associated with New Orleans and characterized by a relatively fast two-beat rhythm and by group and solo improvisations.
A jogging movement or rhythm .
Music is used in films to support the visual images and the action. It helps create dramatic effects, emphasize rhythm , movement, and pace, and reflect and establish moods.
Having fixed rhythm and measure,as in music;mensural.
cadence means the rise and fall of the voice in reading with rhythm
The rhythm of the dynamos is the pulse of nightmare
The noise of the wind took on some kind of rhythm , becoming hypnotic
The insistent rhythm of piano practice penetrated each room of the house.
The piano player, began to belt out “waltz”, beating the keys with magic (ands, nodding his head in rhythm .
“Crowned as the ”water country“, Suzhou boasts the various forms of water alleys. The houses of varying heights along the waterway of varying widths give a sense of rhythm .”
The children clicked out a rhythm on castanets
The scenes in the picture are carefully arranged, forming interesting contrasts and a good sense of rhythm .
To speak,sing,or play with liveliness or rhythm .
Of or resembling a gallop,especially in rhythm or rapidity.
Stress and rhythm are important in speaking English.
The rowers lost their rhythm and the boat lost speed.
This normal variation in rhythm is known as sinus arrhythmia
the rhythm section;the woodwind section.
A melody with a light tripping rhythm
1.A harmonious sequence or correlation of colours or elements.
‘in Art Nouveau, the flow and _rhythm_ of a design became pre-eminent’
‘Pollock’s solution was to study and copy the compositions of the old masters so intently that he internalized their _rhythms_ .’
2.A particular pattern formed by musical rhythm.
‘melodies with deep African _rhythms_ ’
‘Whether it’s in the form of romantic melody, upbeat Swing Jazz or exotic world _rhythms_ , the live musical experience adds a unique presence and excitement to any event.’
3.A person's natural feeling for musical rhythm.
‘they’ve got no _rhythm_ ’
‘Both women have great natural _rhythm_ , something that cannot be said for the entire troupe.’
4.A regularly recurring sequence of events or processes.
‘the twice daily _rhythms_ of the tides’
‘The notion that cities are removed from the natural _rhythm_ of the seasons is pervasive.’
5.A strong, regular repeated pattern of movement or sound.
‘Ruth listened to the _rhythm_ of his breathing’
‘There was a flow and _rhythm_ to the Hockeyroos performance - especially in the first half - which the Black Sticks couldn’t match.’
6.The measured flow of words and phrases in verse or prose as determined by the relation of long and short or stressed and unstressed syllables.
‘the _rhythm_ , pattern, and cadence of words’
‘limericks have a characteristic _rhythm_ and rhyme scheme’
7.The systematic arrangement of musical sounds, principally according to duration and periodical stress.
‘he made her count beats to the bar and clap the _rhythm_ ’
‘Later, students would be asked to layer the three components of _rhythm_ : the small beat, large beat and melodic _rhythm_ of the piece.’
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