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His jams double as both the movie’s soundtrack and its door-slamming, chase-choreographing, explosion-exploding syncopation (a product of director Edgar Wright’s obsessive genius).
Salgán, the most exquisite composer of all, is the king of virtuosity, syncopation and counterpoint.
What better sign that summer is around the corner than the sound of syncopation and the taste of rum.
These include quirky syncopations in need of a nimble rhythmic touch to catch their sly humor.
Mr. Simon met with him while touring Europe with Sting and later visited his studio in Sardinia to choose some bubbling electronic syncopation.
Once again in pop history, a singer attempts to convey new edge, new danger, by trying on a little more syncopation.
The heart’s own pacemaker, for instance, keeps its miraculous syncopation via a shifting current of sodium, potassium, calcium, and other ions, carried through protein channels.
Tell us about your experiments on rhythm and syncopation.
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