Student’s Name: Instructor’s Name: Institutional Affiliation: Course Code: Date: Rhythm and meter Rhythm in music refers to the pattern of regular or irregular pulses that is the arrangement of sounds through time. For example the clapping o hands in a particular song can help in creating a musical rhythm to produce the desired sound effects. The beat is the speed at which a musical piece is played mainly to give a certain rhythmic movement. Lastly meter in music may be described as recurrent patterns of beats either high or weak (Johnson the music therein is of good quality and has the prerequisite to impact and pass the message engraved in it without much ado. Works cited Johnson Christopher M. and John M. Geringer."Predicting music majors' overall ratings of wind band performances: Elements of music." Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education(2007): 25-38. www.jstor.org Erin E. and Scott P. Johnson. "Infants use meter to categorize rhythms and melodies: Implications for musical structure learning." Cognitive psychology 50.4 (2005): 354-377. www.sciencedirect.com Ben. "Pleasure beats: rhythm and the aesthetics of current electronic music." Leonardo Music Journal 21 (2006): 19-23 http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/096112102762295052 [...]
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