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This second measure is a typical 5/4 rhythm that may be heard in the jazz tune "Take Five." The song was written by composer Paul Desmond and made popular by pianist Dave Brubeck's jazz trio when their single became a surprise smash in 1961. However, 5/4 was in use for a long time before this.

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