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rhythm section

noun

, Music.
  1. band instruments, as drums or bass, that supply rhythm rather than harmony or melody.
  2. the group of players in a band who play such instruments.


rhythm section

noun

  1. those instruments in a band or group (usually piano, double bass, and drums) whose prime function is to supply the rhythm


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Word History and Origins

Origin of rhythm section1

First recorded in 1925–30
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Example Sentences

Flavors of tart cherry and pomegranate seem to dance out of the glass, accompanied by a rhythm section of spice.

Now listen to the rhythm section and try to imagine that 100-meter dash again, only this time at a 45-degree incline.

I never got a definitive answer, but I think he was used to having a rhythm section that would not be that dynamic under him.

Indeed, a rhythm section sounds much clearer, with more bottom and a lot more punch.

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