The pianist and composer was an innovator, especially when it came to combining rhythms and meters in new ways. The first number, which is the top number of the time signature in sheet music, represents the number of beats in the measure, and the second number represents the note value that receives one beat. Langham says that from a dance point of view, the meter of "Take Five" combines a waltz and a two-step, both of which were popular in the s and s with the parents of teenagers. Of course, novelty is in the ear of the beholder. Langham says that Brubeck "was a very worldly person. Within his travels he would go and hear other musicians and hear what they were doing, and he would incorporate that into his music.
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