A different way to visualize rhythm

In standard notation, rhythm is indicated on a musical bar line. But there are other ways to visualize rhythm that can be more intuitive. John Varney describes the ‘wheel method’ of tracing rhythm and uses it to take us on a musical journey around the world.

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+7 1. drienuldrie commented 7 years ago

It's a soul companion
You can feel it everywhere
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-2 2. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

I wonder what shape the wheel is for people who have no rhythm. I'm thinking circatrangle. ;) Or maybe hexoblosquareanglesphere I've got one of the latter on one corner of my car, it enables me to park my car vertically but only occasionally when the car is out of fuel or when the tax runs out in a blizzard :S