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There was a finality in the rhythm of the prayer -- it was the end of a life, the end of hope, and the wondering if there would ever be another beginning.
from Brown Corpus
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There and was
There was brush, and stands of pine that no grass could grow under, and places so steep that cattle wouldn't stop to graze.
There was an artificial lake just out of sight in the first stand of trees, fed by a half dozen springs that popped out of the ground above the hillside orchard.
There a dozen giant monitors played their seventy-five-foot jets of water against the huge seam of tertiary gravel which was the mountainside.
There was only one place where the mountain might receive her -- that unnamed, unnameable pool harbored in its secret bosom.
There was a peculiar density about it, a thick substance that could be sensed but never identified, never actually perceived.
There was some idle talk, a listless discussion of this or that small happening during the day's drive.
There was a feeling that this mission would be canceled like all the others and that this muddy wet dark world of combat would go on forever.
There had been a good second or two during which my muffler had been blowing out, and now I was certain I'd seen her somewhere before.
There was something about the contour of her face, her smile that was like New Orleans sunshine, the way she held her head, the way she walked -- there was scarcely anything she did which did not fascinate me.
There and rhythm
There is a peaceful image of Rieux lying motionless on his back gazing up at the stars and moon, and then when Tarrou joins him they swim side by side, " with the same zest, the same rhythm, isolated from the world, at last free of the town and of the plague.
There are six keys movements of the discus throw: wind up, move in rhythm, balance, right leg engine, orbit, and delivery.
There are other songs typical to each gender, women having eremwu eu and abaimajani, rhythmic a cappella songs, and laremuna wadaguman, men's work songs, chumba and hunguhungu, a circular dance in a three-beat rhythm, which is often combined with punta.
* John Lennon – lead, harmony and backing vocals ; rhythm and acoustic guitars ; harmonica and handclaps ; nylon-string acoustic guitar on " Till There Was You "; Hammond organ on " I Wanna Be Your Man " and tambourine on " Don't Bother Me "
There has been a constant renaming of this signature rhythm ( or riddim ), such as " Diseases " ( after the popular version of the tune by Papa Michigan and General Smiley ).
There are other aspects outside of the Clave that help define Salsa rhythm: the cowbell, the Montuno rhythm and the Tumbao rhythm.
There are now specifications for the tipping weight of a hurdle ( the weights need to be adjusted to correspond with the height of the hurdle ) so hitting a hurdle theoretically slows down the rhythm of the hurdler.
There is no percussive aspect to the sound like that produced by a wind chime ; rather crescendos and decrescendos of harmonic frequencies are played in rhythm to the winds.
There are various reasons for this: drums are usually the rhythm leaders, making it easier for musicians recording later tracks to keep to the common beat of the drums and the precise attack of drum sounds.
There, Selena performs at a carnival and is poorly received, but one day, while the family is on the beach Marcela hears a song on the radio and teaches Selena about a rhythm called Cumbia, which helps her and her band become more popular.
They produced and co-wrote " There Goes My Baby ", a hit for The Drifters in 1959, which introduced the use of strings for saxophone-like riffs, a tympani for the Brazilian baion rhythm they incorporated, and lavish production values into the established black R & B sound, laying the groundwork for the soul music that would follow.
There is here certainly such a symmetry in the single sentences that the rhythm which has been designated above as the poetic rhythm must be ascribed to them.
There are some very old examples, which have retained their direct relation with the rhythm and process of the work to be done.
There are arguments that support a relative freedom of rhythm in Organa dupla but others refute this, saying that the interpretation of the music should always be according to modal or Franconian principles.
There are also public sacred songs, as well as ritual speeches that are sometimes perceived as musical because of their use of rhythm and melody.
There are various rhythms for the conga, the most well-known being the marcha. This rhythm is commonly played on 1 to 3 congas, but has no true limit for the amount used.
There was a lightness in the rhythm, a quality of generosity and spaciousness in the movement that struck me as a dance should, as a poetic presence.