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drumbeat

the sound made by beating a drum
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Giant colourful characters danced in St Paul's churchyard to an Afro-Brazilian drumbeat at the grand finale of Mirfield Muertos Festival.
We should start hearing drumbeats about the Maple Leaf Menace pretty soon now.
For music, African drumbeats can be downloaded for the festivities from http://theholidayspot.
They were told to keep quiet outside historic Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh because a marriage ceremony was underway, but the bride and groom could still hear drumbeats form the altar.
Investigators have also found that infants realize when a small number of drumbeats matches an equal number of objects shown on a slide.
Basic drumbeats and rhythm patterns should not be subject to copyright protection at all and there is substantial case law that says they are not," explained Anthony Falzone, the executive director of the Fair Use Project and lead counsel in the case.
Participants in the past have included parents, teachers, heads of major companies, college board members and other elected officials and those who simply enjoy the physical activity and the sound of drumbeats.
The result, all French horns and massed drumbeats, recalls John Williams' vision of Star Wars but has a more modern feel.
Wearing a layered, stylized kimono, she evoked both a forbidding environment and intimate yearnings with jerky articulations, undulating moves, and measured footwork accompanied by atmospheric sounds: chirps, drumbeats, bells.
Noisy Typing adds to the fun by letting kids type to the accompaniment of drumbeats, singing, galloping horses, electronic music or "Blessed Silence.