Evaluation of Rhythmic Ability: Trends and Prospects

Shqipe Luta

Abstract


The pace is an essential component of all biological activities and is represented by a physical manifestation that is repeated regularly along same or different timing intervals. Because of the complexity and many of its components, the concept of rhythm comes interpreted in different ways and diversity of its meanings creates a terminological mess. In fact, rhythmic can be connected to any organized human expression (architectural rhythms, color rhythms, musical rhythms etc.), or with natural biological events (circadian rhythms, evolutionary rhythms respiratory rhythms, Peristalsis rhythms etc.) In general, the rate is linked to the concept of time, but in musical theory, two terms are represented in different meanings. With long term implication is thought to be the Partial symbol (3/4, 4/4, 6/8 etc.) Placed at the beginning of each section, which shows the number and amount of time and the principal grades. Time is a sequence of musical sounds of the same duration and time constitutes the base structure, called by some authors as the superior hierarchical structure of rhythm (1). While the pace comes defined as a set of tones of varying length pause; This is the division or a number of times indicated by time base part (2), and thus is characterized by different ratios of time between grades. The pace is characterized by an alternation of strong and weak accents, composed of sounds with greater intensity or length falling at intervals more or less regular.

Keywords: circadian rhythms, evolutionary rhythms, respiratory rhythms, Peristalsis rhythms, etc.


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