Listen to the episode: Subscribe via iTunes | Listen via Stitcher Go to previous episode | Go to next episode The Songs “Before He Cheats,” by Carrie Underwood And here are the lyrics. “Maybellene,” by Chuck Berry And here are the lyrics. Supporting Songs “Creep,” by TLC “Hold Up,” by Beyonce “Hound Dog,” by Elvis Presley “Ida Red,” Read more about Ep. 32 Notes (“Before He Cheats,” by Carrie Underwood / “Maybellene,” by Chuck Berry)[…]
In this post, we continue our discussion of rhythm. We see how rhythm involves repetition, as well as stretching and contracting time.
Today, we learn a general form of rhythm notation that will come in handy later.
A good rhythm gets you moving. So, to understand rhythm, you need to understand dance. Today we explore the origins of dance in walking and talking.
Rhythm is a debate about time. You start with a pulse, then stretch it, shift it, or add emphasis. The clearest example of this is the good old rock beat.