Tobin_Lam: I'm never going to play the beat again, guilty feet have got no rhythm
poot_rootbeer: I dispute this article's examples of the universality of "melody on top, rhythm in bass".In many common forms of Indonesian gamelan, the melody is found primarily in the middle register. And a Mozart piano sonata is so likely to invert the parts, with melody in the left and obbligato in the right, that it's practically a trope of his style.
Tobin_Lam: You found a couple of exceptions to a general rule. Good for you. Have a cookie.
poot_rootbeer: Tobin_Lam: You found a couple of exceptions to a general rule. Good for you. Have a cookie.Two exceptions out of three examples given in the article, and if I knew more about Indian classical music I might have something to say about the third.All I'm saying is I'm not the only one trying to look smarter than I actually am here.
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