Thesaurus / rhythms
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Rarely indeed are his rhythms uniform, while they frequently shift from line to line.

But Tschaikowsky deforms the rhythms of nature with the caprices of half-civilised impulses.

The true poet projects visions and rhythms out from his brain, and gazes at and hearkens to them.

Essays stheticalGeorge Calvert

He wrote the light, airy, lovely, fanciful tunes and rhythms that were singing within him.

Due to the effect of contrasted accents the passage is most exciting—two rhythms being treated at once.

Music: An Art and a LanguageWalter Raymond Spalding

Lomnický's rhythms have at least the merit that they lose little by translation.

There was that in the rhythms of the hymn which made bristle his flesh.

Each movement of the ballet correlates the rhythms of machinery with the human rhythms which they prolong and repeat.

Musical PortraitsPaul Rosenfeld

Vierordt3 did the first experimental work on rhythm, determining the period of greatest regularity in the tapping of rhythms.

But I am not rhymes and rhythms alone; did you think I should waste my good brain chasing such rainbows?


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