eurythmy

NOUN
  1. the interpretation in harmonious bodily movements of the rhythm of musical compositions; used to teach musical understanding
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  • Her interest in Steiner led Melissa to eurythmy, the art of movement and its therapeutic and educational benefits.
  • Waldorf School of the Peninsula offers free Cultural Extravaganza: featuring music, drama and eurythmy performances by students, faculty, and alumni. undefined
  • Her interest in Steiner led Melissa to eurythmy, the art of movement and its therapeutic and educational benefits.
  • But Kasai has also studied modern dance, classical ballet and eurythmy, and very consciously welcomes external influences into the butoh tradition.
  • Eurythmy is a dance style inaugurated by Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy in the 1910s and 20s.
  • But Kasai has also studied modern dance, classical ballet and eurythmy, and very consciously welcomes external influences into the butoh tradition.
  • This statue was very much praised for its beauty by ancient writers, who all mention with especial pride the _eurythmy_ of the action of the wrist. A History of Art for Beginners and Students Painting, Sculpture, Architecture
  • Illness is disharmony and treatment may include not only medicine but also art therapy (painting, modeling, music, singing and creative speech), eurythmy, and counseling.
  • Illness is disharmony and treatment may include not only medicine but also art therapy (painting, modeling, music, singing and creative speech), eurythmy, and counseling.
  • There are several schools in Germany, Holland, Switzerland, Russia, France and England teaching eurythmy in a variety of styles.
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