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Your search for the tag 'rhythms' yielded 5 results

  • 1

    Interview: Apr 16th, 2014


    I also asked Peter about the different meter used in the epigraphs containing bits of the Listener songs, and whether that was because they were supposed to be sung to different Rhythms.

    Peter Ahlstrom

    He said yes.


  • 2

    Interview: Apr 16th, 2014


    Later, I asked Brandon what the Rhythm was for the Listener Song of Listing.

    Brandon Sanderson

    He said that it's not one of the emotive Rhythms, and that the Parshendi have certain Rhythms for those chants.


  • 3

    Interview: May 3rd, 2016


    Can an allomantic bronze burner hear the rhythms on Roshar?

    Brandon Sanderson

    Yes, this is possible.


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    17th Shard/JordanCon


  • 4

    Interview: Oct 12th, 2015


    What happens if a Parshendi attunes Barry White?

    Brandon Sanderson

    (laughs) I think that if they attune Barry White they immediately enter mateform. That's definitely how that goes.


  • 5

    Interview: Feb 24th, 2016


    Would a Connection medallion accurately interpret a Listener’s Rhythms?

    Brandon Sanderson

    Yes, it would, but not all of it, some would be lost in translation. You’d probably lose some of the nuance. It would probably be better to give the medallion to someone who couldn't understand it than someone who spoke it.