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Melody, harmony, rhythm, and form and the expressive elements of dynamics, tempo, and timbre (tone color). The simultaneous sounding of two or more tones. The combinations of long and short, even or uneven sounds that convey a sense of movement in time.
Ang lupaing pinangakuan ng karamihan
Ng ating mga kanunu-nunuan
Iba't ibang tribu ang naninirahan
Lumad, Moro at mga kristiyano kahit saan.
Ang lupaing ipinaglaban, laban sa Espanya
Noon pa man, nagdusa at prinotektahan nila
Hindi isinuko lalo na ng mga Moro
Kahit na di sigurado ang pagkapanalo.
Ang lupaing pinangalanang Mindanao
Yamn ng kalikasan ay tanaw na tanaw
Sino ba hindi magkakagusto sa lugar na ito
Pati nga mga dayuha'y nahumaling dito.
O mindanao, Hanggang ngayon maraming nag dudusa para sayo hangad lamang nila'y makamit ang kapayapaang gusto
Ikaw ang lupaing mahal na mahal at di matiis
Mula noon pa man, kapayapaan lang ang nais.
1.In music and music theory, the pulse consists of beats in a of identical yet distinct periodic short-duration stimuli perceived as points in time occurring at the mensural level
2.n music and music theory, the beat is the basic unit of time, the pulse (regularly repeating event), of the mensural level (or beat level). ... In popular use, beat can refer to a variety of related concepts including: pulse, tempo, meter, specific rhythms, and groove.
3.Rhythm, in music, the placement of sounds in time. ... Attempts to define rhythm in music have produced much disagreement, partly because rhythm has often been identified with one or more of its constituent, but not wholly separate, elements, such as accent, metre, and tempo.
4.Rhythm Patterns. Rhythm patterns are the rhythmic road signs in a piece of music. Typically, a rhythm pattern can be found in just two to four measures in any piece and includes macrobeats (also called pulse beats or big beats), microbeats (also called meter beats), and a section of the melodic rhythm.
5.Rhythm notation is created by altering the appearance of notes to indicate the relative duration that these notes occupy within a musical composition. Conversely, rests describe the relative length of silence.