dotted rhythms

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[English]
Rhythms that consist basically of a dotted note and a neighboring note worth one third the duration of the entire duration of the dotted note. For example a succession of notes composed of two note clusters, a dotted quarter note followed by an eighth note, or a quarter note followed by a dotted half note, etc.

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Last Updated: 2013-02-14 14:03:39