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Dotted rhythmslocked

  • Stephen E. Hefling

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Rhythms in which long notes alternate with one or more short notes, so called because the long notes are usually written with the aid of the dot of addition (see Note values). Dotted rhythms are found in mensurally notated music of all periods; this article, however, deals mainly with music of the 17th and 18th centuries, in which it was customary to alter certain sorts of written rhythmic values in performance (...

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Revue de musicologie
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France
Musical Quarterly
Early Music