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'''Rhythm''' (Greek ''{{polytonic|ῥυθμός}}'' = 'flow', or in Modern Greek, 'style') is the variation of the length and accentuation of a series of [[sound]]s or other events. "Rhythm involves patterns of duration that are phenomenally present in the music" with duration perceived by [[interonset interval]] (London 2004, p.4). When governed by rule, it is called [[meter (music)|meter]]. It is inherent in any time-dependent medium, but it is most associated with [[music]], [[dance]], and the majority of [[Meter (poetry)|poetry]].
 
'''Rhythm''' (Greek ''{{polytonic|ῥυθμός}}'' = 'flow', or in Modern Greek, 'style') is the variation of the length and accentuation of a series of [[sound]]s or other events. "Rhythm involves patterns of duration that are phenomenally present in the music" with duration perceived by [[interonset interval]] (London 2004, p.4). When governed by rule, it is called [[meter (music)|meter]]. It is inherent in any time-dependent medium, but it is most associated with [[music]], [[dance]], and the majority of [[Meter (poetry)|poetry]].
 
[[Rhythmic perception]] identifies the cognitive processes that allow for the perception of rythm.
 
 
   
 
==Rhythm in linguistics==
 
==Rhythm in linguistics==

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