Simple Time - 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 - (Video Resources)
Who are these rhythms for? - found in all styles of music.
In simple time (or simple meter) the beats naturally divide into two equal parts. Usually they are counted in quarter notes, divided into eighth notes (UK: crotchets divided into quavers).
The most frequently used rhythms in simple time are 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4.
Useful for very fast tunes to beat just the measure beat - or if there is no time signature. See Free Time
When a rhythm in simple time has an odd number of beats such as 5/4, it is called "Odd time" - see the Odd time videos.
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