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October 8th, 2016 | by That Mikey


  1. law-of-rhythmA  strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound.
    “Ruth listened to the rhythm of his breathing”.
    The systematic arrangement of musical sounds, principally according to duration and periodic stress.
    synonyms: beat, cadence, tempo, time, pulse, throb, swing

    “the rhythm of the music”
    A particular type of pattern formed by rhythm.
    “guitar melodies with deep African rhythms”


As we can see, Rhythm has a correlation towards timing and the balance of a considerable amount of functions and sequences that make up everyday life.



Nature and Rhythm.

In certain parts of nature, some animals  choose hibernation for managing the winter cycles as a ‘seasonal rhythm’ to life dictates rules and conditions they see during the seasonal period. In our day to day lives, we use a type of body clock system known as our ‘circadian rhythm’, this manages our sleep and wake sequences. Even in an orchestra, it is rhythm that keeps the many sounds of instruments together to render a song.







Each instrument involved in this rhythm requires attention from time to time in order to stay keyed or in tune. Out of tune, off key instruments result in  the sounds being out of harmony or in a state of disaccord musically speaking. The beauty of tuning, even just one instrument, is that the rest of the orchestra’s instruments can technically be tuned as well. Literally tuning just one part of the  larger equation can allow for each other to be possibly tuned as well.


“The rhythm of life is a jazz rhythm, Honey.” – Langston Hughes


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