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Henri Lefebvre and Elements of Rhythmanalysis. About the social production of space and time At first, Lefebvre envisioned rhythmanalysis as a sociological method to study the fabric of relations and interactions between social time characterized by cyclic rhythms e. Help Center Find new research papers in: For information on how we process your data, read our Privacy Policy.

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On the other hand, linear time represents repetitive acts, societal structures such as the working dayand chronometric time. An alternative to seeking unity and similarity in that which is different would be to seek difference in that ryythmanalysis appears to be the same repeated. To achieve the perfect balance is to remain both inside and outside: With dazzling skills, Lefebvre moves between discussions of music, the commodity, measurement, the media and the city.


This point is revisited in greater detail later on in the essay.

Moments thus become forms of communication, so that a moment is rhythmwnalysis longer equivalent to a situation, rather it cre- ates a situation: Set up a giveaway. These categories are musical as much as they are general e.

Bodies, Instruments and the Becom- ing-Concrete of Music. Eurhyth- mia entails a speciic identity and is abundant in nature.

Lefebvre eventu- ally sheds the light henru the matter by situating human space-time partly in nature and partly in abstraction. Scott Elden claims that a number of ideas Lefebvre appropriated from Heidegger were essen- tially processed through a Marxist sieve Elden It is also noteworthy that Lefebvre speciically links the metric concept of measure with expectation.


Not only does it [repetition of unity] generate the ininity of whole numbers, but also the ininity of prime numbers without divisors which, we have known since the Greeks, have speciic properties. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. In this connection, see http: We tend to attribute to rhythms a mechanical overtone, brushing aside the organic aspect of rhythmed movements. Trans- lated by Alan Sheridan. The Perspective of Experience. The other meaning is an English cognate, the measure or barwhich stands for a group of beats organized according to a deinitive metrical schema.

Concepts of quantitative and qualitative time are revisited below.


Lefe- bvre believes that everyone possesses a general notion of the concept of rhythm, but that the meaning remains obscure as these notions tend to refer to a variety of phe- nomena such as movements, speeds, or sequences of movements or objects. Plenty of food for thought here. One meaning correlates to the beat, although not speciied by Lefebvre as the counting beat. The difference, however, is that Ker- man criticizes Sessions for his evaluation of experience by a composer, a performer, or a listener whereas Lefebvre emphasizes everyday living experience as integral to any concept of conception or perception.

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V ojcic — R hythmanalysis 73 upon the various spatial quirks such echoes, reverberations, or redundancies that arise due to the depths of spatial constructs and contrasts. New York and London: The problem with this statement is ampliied when consider- ing the longer passage on the repetition of unity i. It is difficult to comprehend due to the amount of ideas being presented at once, but with a few reads, does become understandable.

Lefebvre views inclinations and gifts as only paths to a more complete existence accessible via one of the many possible routes.