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Why is rhythm important in an epic?
Rhythm is made up of sounds and silences.These sounds and silences are put together to form a pattern of sounds which create a rhythm.A rhythm has a steady beat.Rhythm is basi…clly a regular reccurence of elements or features.....................etc.
Circadian Rhythm is a 24 hour cycle in the physiological, behavioral or biochemical processes of living beings, including humans, animals, plants and micro-organisms. Although… circadian rhythms are endogenous to the living being, they are affected by external triggers, such as light. To classify a rhythm as circadian, it should persist in the absence of external cues, should persist over a range of temperatures, and should be possible to adjust to local time. The impact of circadian rhythm can be seen in the patterns of a variety of activities such as eating, sleeping, brain activity, temperature, hormone production and cell regeneration. The importance of circadian rhythm in psychology stems from the fact that disturbances in this rhythm can lead to disorders such as Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS), fatigue, disorientation and insomnia. Other disorders such as bipolar disorder and sleep disorders are associated with irregular function of the circadian rhythm.
The importance of epic poems is that they help maintain a record of a specific culture. An epic poem is a brief poem that reviews an event of historical importance.
As individuals, we all face "monsters" of our own.
to record history, tradition, and values in a manner thattranscends time and reinforces universal understanding of the humancondition.
Myth is a traditional stories about their gods. Epics is a long narrative poem celebrating the deeds of legendry or traditional heroes. Through the myths the greeks sought to …understand the mysteries of natureband the power of human passions. A greek could display this ideal on the battle field in combat or in athletic contests on the playing field.
In the early days of top-40 (popular music), kids were asked to rate their favorite songs, and they would often mention that a song "had a good beat" and was therefore easy to… dance to. That beat-- the rhythm of a song-- is what holds it together. Not all rhythm is fast-- it can be slow, it can change tempo, but without rhythm, all other elements of a work of music would break down. Melodies and chords would be dimensionless sequences of notes, and tempo would be meaningless. Rhythm gives music life, whether one is listening to it, singing it, playing it or dancing to it.
Cause they both consist of the most important/famous pieces of literature ever. Importance of Mahabharata and Ramayana: If we have a Positive attitude we would be deter…mined to succeed at all costs. If we have a Negative attitude we would be satisfied with whatever we have. Both are equally important, though in the modern world Positive attitude is supposed to be superior to the negative attitude. Mahabharata: The mythology: Mahabharata is a mythological story about a battle between cousins Pandavas and Kauravas for the Kuru kingdom. In the battle Kauravas are destroyed and later even the Pandavas die. Only Krishna, symbolic of the Positive attitude, remains. The symbolic meaning: Mahabharata is about transformation of a stagnant life into a life where there is eternal progress. The Kauravas symbolize satisfaction and Pandavas of slow achievement. Krishna is symbolic of Positive attitude at which progress is at the highest speed. Thus, at the end only Krishna remains. Ramayana: The mythology: In Ramayana Rama's wife Sita is Kidnapped by a Demon, Ravana. Rama kills Ravana and brings back Sita to Ayodhya. The symbolic meaning: The ten headed Ravana is symbolic of the wanton way of life we lead if we are not satisfied with whatever we have. The kidnapping is symbolic of the fact that our greed and indiscipline would be controlling us. Rama's killing of Ravana is symbolic of destruction of our greed and indiscipline. Thus, Ramayana is about satisfaction, sacrifice, honesty and destruction of greed and indiscipline. Thus, Mahabharata and Ramayana are important epics because they explain us how to behave in extremes conditions of life.
Epics of importance to the Greeks of the Dorian periodare a source of much of Greek mythology. Through the myths, the Greeks sought to understand the mysteries of nature and p…ower of human passions
It is not important to have beat and rhythm in a song if one person is singing an a cappella solo. In fact that has been done a number of times. However, when more than one pe…rson or an instrument becomes involved, they need to stay together. It gets quite confusing when two different people are singing two different things.
The Epic of Gilgamesh is/was important mainly because it is amongst the earliest known works of literature. This means that this is one of the first stories ever created and r…ecorded by mankind.
poems are all about beat and having a flowing, spiritual story told through your heart and rythm and rhymes help keep a beat and help make poems fow more easily which makes th…e listener more attentive to your poems.
In Epic Poetry
Themes of epic poems may change over time as different audiences interpret them. However, it is clear that we remember some epics only for their themes. For example, "Para…dise Lost" is a critique of religion and political society, considering the Fall of humankind. Without these themes, the story within the narrative would not exist. Equally, the theme of war in "The Iliad", and themes of love, loss, hope for the future and xenia within "The Odyssey" and "The Aeneid" are all vital when considering the nature of the poem.
If you want to learn to sing, dance, or play an instrument, you have to get into the rhythm. Rhythm is the backbone of music.
In Epic Poetry
It is considered one of the oldest surviving poems.
Rhythm is the most important feature of any music. A simple thought experiment will bear this out. If there was no rhythm - i.e. if a musical sound like a note had no leng…th - it wouldn't exist. On the other hand, if its length were infinite, you would only have one, because it could never be succeeded by another. (I'll leave the question of how it must also be infinitely old to the philosophers.) In order for musical sounds to exist at all, they must therefore exist in finite time. That means duration, and hence rhythm. The practical consequence of this is a fact I was taught in my enthnomusicology course during my music degree. The most prevalent music instrument is...human hands clapping. Conclusion: you can have duration without pitch (as Varese showed in his piece Ionisation (1929)), but not the other way around. Having said which, rhythm is especially important in classical music because, like other parameters such as pitch and volume, it has been subject to often intensive experimentation and development in order to explore its possibilities. Listen to one of the minuets from Handel's Water Music (1717), for example, and then one of the most intense passages of the first movement of Mahler's 6th Symphony (1903-04), and you'll get the idea of how rhythm became more complicated as time went on. (That's something that's ebbed and flowed throughout the history of Western music. Earlier rhythms could be very complicated indeed.)