Key-change means less than rhythmic and textural change.
A characteristic feature is Cornet's use of rhythmic changes.
These cortisol rhythmic changes occur throughout infancy and early childhood, along with changes in sleep patterns.
Balfour Stewart had suggested the idea in the late nineteenth century to explain rhythmic changes in the earth's magnetic field.
Remember that performance is susceptible to the effects of external conditions, the mood of the subject and sleep loss, as well as to rhythmic changes.
We have discussed the evidence for a body clock and the kinds of rhythmic change that it normally produces.
The finale is a puzzle of rhythmic change and off-center movement.
But it also offered a chance to savor the women's melting torsos as they shifted through delicate yet intricate rhythmic changes.
The choreography stands up remarkably well in its angular shapes and rhythmic changes.
This work therefore dealt with repetition and subtle rhythmic change.