When it comes to time signatures, nobody messes with normal like Dave Brubeck. A waltz is just a baby step away from the ordinariness of 4/4.
Ever wonder what it sounds like if you had to waltz with a limp? Dave has your answer
Now you know. Then there’s ragtime, which is mostly showing up on other blogs than this one – because it’s 2/4 or 4/4. But Brubeck does this
OK, so much for THAT preconception. But what about other N/4 times, where N is an odd number? Well, if you have been reading this
OK, 5/4 is weird, but can he get even weirder? You knew the answer as you read the question
Wait – one more! From 7/4 to 9/8