This figure is so well grounded that it was the second sixteenth note secondary figure to appear.
It arrived around the Middle Ages.
It has historically preceded three primary rhythm figures that are less balanced.
A: Start by doing this rhythm, using the syllable "Ta".
B: Transform the first and second "Ta" into a "Tu".
C: Eliminate the "Tu".
The last two
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This exercise is written two different ways.
The first line uses ties and the second uses rests.