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Yeah...my idea for going through the beats was to hopefully widen the possible range out from the four beat.  This is something I've been writing about for a while, so I thought I'd go through up through the count, using examples to show how the standard rhythms (polka, waltz, etc...) are put together--and how they can be given a natural feel.   I suppose time signatures are ways of writing down various rhythmic forms, so the 6/8 exists--it could be written as two bars of 3/4 but that wouldn't imply the relative emphases--; and that's one type of shorthand.  Using the dance names--minuet, paso doble, buleria (I don't know the names!) is another way.  But I think you're thinking of something else.

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by rg (leopold dot lepster at google mail dot com) on Thu Apr 3rd, 2008 at 04:54:47 PM EST
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