triple rhythm has a very sympathetic and stimulating effect.
In the latter part of the song there are a number of changes between duple and triple rhythm.
The Pavan has been mentioned before, as the dance in Duple time which preceded the Galliard which was in a triple rhythm.
It was in the passage where for several pages every three bars make up a triple rhythm.
But these times—where the triple rhythm plays so important a part—may be divided in various ways.
To cantus firmus b write fourth species in one part in triple rhythm.
triple rhythm or metre, however, implies a more circular and flowing movement.
This dance—or rather, processional march—is always in triple rhythm and based on a definite rhythmic formula: either or .
It was in the passage where, for several pages, every three bars make up a triple rhythm, as shown on the following page.