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example, like Cohn's, illustrates different metric states (red and blue) occurring at different
times. It is possible to use ski-hill graphs to show multiple, more complicated metric states that
occur simultaneously, as in Gabriel Piern6' s Piano Quintet, No. 41, III.
Example 2.2. Bart6k, Mikrokosmos, no. 115, "Bulgarian Rhythm," mm. 1-17
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