This chapter examines the phase rhythm of rock music. It aims to answers the questions concerning the length of the shortest formal unit larger than a measure and the place of vocal phrases within these formal units. It explains some of the standard phrase rhythms and provides examples including the extension-overlap model, first-downbeat model, and the elision model.
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