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Nhịp, theo nghĩa chung, là sự chuyển động được đánh dấu bằng sự tiếp nối có quy luật của những yếu tố mạnh và yếu, hoặc của những điều kiện trái ngược hay khác nhau ((Anon. 1971, 2537)). Nhịp trong các nghệ thuật trình diễn là cách đánh dấu thời gian theo thang đo con người; của âm nhạc và sự yên lặng, của các bước nhảy, của ngôn ngữ nói và thơ ca.

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