Georges Dandelot (1895-1975) studied at the Paris Conservatoire before spending his career as a Piano teacher and composer. He published a variety of treatise and studies to aid Piano technique, including his third volume of Studies for Rhythm.
This Dandelot volume considers that rhythm is the fundamental element of music, followed by melody and harmony. Studies for Rhythm addresses simultaneous rhythms in simple measures, compound measures and mixed measures. Given that rhythm is imperative to music, Dandelot's Studies for Rhythm is an essential accompaniment to Piano education.