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Polyrhythm is heard near the opening of Beethoven 's Third Symphony . (See also syncopation .) It is a particularly common feature of the music of Brahms . Writing about the Violin Sonata in G major, , Jan Swafford (1997, p. 456) says “In the first movement Brahms plays elaborate games with the phrasing, switching the stresses of the 6/4 meter back and forth between 3+3 and 2+2+2, or superimposing both in violin and piano. These ideas gather at the climax at measure 235, with the layering of phrases making an effect that perhaps during the 19th century only Brahms could have conceived." [4]

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