several movements intended to be performed together; often refers to a setting of the five movements of the mass ordinary (Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus dei). Movements in a cycle are connected by mode, voicing, musical material and/or musical technique. refers to any set of musical works-often songs-which are intended to be performed together as a group and are usually linked by a common musical idea or theme<br><br>In acoustics, the cycle is the complete oscillation of pressure above and below the atmospheric static pressure.<br><br>An alternation of a waveform which begins at a point, passes through the zero line, and ends at a point with the same value and moving in the same direction as the starting point.