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  • This morning I completed my 10th Ashley Lopez Layercake Workshop on @thedaturaonline 
I find mornings are the best time to work on my layering since my mind is clear and no distractions. My goal for 2019 is to be able to polyrythmic layer at different timing and be able to switch timing, in improv. In result, also working on my musicality. In belly dance our hands, head, hips, traveling, arms etc can be going  and do often take different rhythyms. I did not come from a music or dance background so I am still learning a lot. Ashley mentions polyrythmic layering in Layercake . I wanted to know more and it's affect on the brain,  so I researched. If you have more information regarding, please share... In case you don't know. Polyrythm is.... Simply put, a polyrhythm consists of layers of simpler rhythms. More than one type of rhythm is played at the same time, with each rhythm containing a different beat subdivision.

The rhythmic tension and release found in polyrhythms makes them danceable, aurally interesting, and more expressive than your typical four-on-the-floor rhythm.

In Western music, the typical rhythm has a marked emphasis on beat one, and every other beat in the bar is considered a secondary beat. When rhythms are layered one atop the other, the pattern of emphasis shifts in different ways, giving polyrhythms a distinct feel – these rhythms have more “fill” and are often more complex than those found in traditional Western music.

Once you tune your ears to polyrhythms, you’ll notice that it’s possible to count the meter differently for different instruments – the multiple percussion instruments overlap and interweave beautifully to form a complex, cohesive rhythm.

#music #musicality #rythym #polyrhythm #dance #dancer #dancersofinstagram #dancelife #performanceart #performer #learn #teach #inspire #Daturaonline #dancestudio #tribalfusionbellydance #tribalfusion #bellydancer #Bellydance #gogodancer #fusiondancer This morning I completed my 10th Ashley Lopez Layercake Workshop on @thedaturaonline I find mornings are the best time to work on my layering since my mind is clear and no distractions. My goal for 2019 is to be able to polyrythmic layer at different timing and be able to switch timing, in improv. In result, also working on my musicality. In belly dance our hands, head, hips, traveling, arms etc can be going and do often take different rhythyms. I did not come from a music or dance background so I am still learning a lot. Ashley mentions polyrythmic layering in Layercake . I wanted to know more and it's affect on the brain, so I researched. If you have more information regarding, please share... In case you don't know. Polyrythm is.... Simply put, a polyrhythm consists of layers of simpler rhythms. More than one type of rhythm is played at the same time, with each rhythm containing a different beat subdivision. The rhythmic tension and release found in polyrhythms makes them danceable, aurally interesting, and more expressive than your typical four-on-the-floor rhythm. In Western music, the typical rhythm has a marked emphasis on beat one, and every other beat in the bar is considered a secondary beat. When rhythms are layered one atop the other, the pattern of emphasis shifts in different ways, giving polyrhythms a distinct feel – these rhythms have more “fill” and are often more complex than those found in traditional Western music. Once you tune your ears to polyrhythms, you’ll notice that it’s possible to count the meter differently for different instruments – the multiple percussion instruments overlap and interweave beautifully to form a complex, cohesive rhythm. #music #musicality #rythym #polyrhythm #dance #dancer #dancersofinstagram #dancelife #performanceart #performer #learn #teach #inspire #daturaonline #dancestudio #tribalfusionbellydance #tribalfusion #bellydancer #bellydance #gogodancer #fusiondancer
  • This morning I completed my 10th Ashley Lopez Layercake Workshop on @thedaturaonline I find mornings are the best time to work on my layering since my mind is clear and no distractions. My goal for 2019 is to be able to polyrythmic layer at different timing and be able to switch timing, in improv. In result, also working on my musicality. In belly dance our hands, head, hips, traveling, arms etc can be going and do often take different rhythyms. I did not come from a music or dance background so I am still learning a lot. Ashley mentions polyrythmic layering in Layercake . I wanted to know more and it's affect on the brain, so I researched. If you have more information regarding, please share... In case you don't know. Polyrythm is.... Simply put, a polyrhythm consists of layers of simpler rhythms. More than one type of rhythm is played at the same time, with each rhythm containing a different beat subdivision. The rhythmic tension and release found in polyrhythms makes them danceable, aurally interesting, and more expressive than your typical four-on-the-floor rhythm. In Western music, the typical rhythm has a marked emphasis on beat one, and every other beat in the bar is considered a secondary beat. When rhythms are layered one atop the other, the pattern of emphasis shifts in different ways, giving polyrhythms a distinct feel – these rhythms have more “fill” and are often more complex than those found in traditional Western music. Once you tune your ears to polyrhythms, you’ll notice that it’s possible to count the meter differently for different instruments – the multiple percussion instruments overlap and interweave beautifully to form a complex, cohesive rhythm. #music #musicality #rythym #polyrhythm #dance #dancer #dancersofinstagram #dancelife #performanceart #performer #learn #teach #inspire #daturaonline #dancestudio #tribalfusionbellydance #tribalfusion #bellydancer #bellydance #gogodancer #fusiondancer
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