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Synonyms for eurhythmics

the interpretation in harmonious bodily movements of the rhythm of musical compositions

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Eurhythmics, solfege and improvisation classes required participants to experience music with all the senses.
At the age of seven, Annie began dance classes, in which she was introduced to Eurhythmics, an ancient Greek format of teaching children musical rhythm through graceful movement.
Her early dance background included ballet, Dalcroze eurhythmics, modern dance, and gymnastics.
He's also a close pal of fellow `east coaster' Dave Stewart, the weirdly temperamental Geordie element of the Eurhythmics who has co-written a couple of songs on the new album, the pair sharing a fondness for classical arrangements, which might enlighten Stewart aficionados.
The Dalcroze Method known as Eurhythmics is a unique approach to music learning developed by the Swiss composer and educator Emile Jacques-Dalcroze.
The former Eurhythmics singer had a successful operation on an "impinged nerve" after a back spasm forced her to leave an Aids conference early.
Dalcroze Eurhythmics Summer Institute, Cambridge, 6/23-7/11.
Even preschoolers as young as 3 can enjoy a specialized program in Eurhythmics, a popular approach to teaching music principles and the fundamentals of rhythm, pitch and phrasing.
Her father did stake her to a summer in New York where she studied ballet, dance with Anna Duncan, and Dalcroze eurhythmics.
Highlights from Greensboro MTA include Susan Alcon's "Studio Makeover," Suzanne Hock's session on "Dalcroze Eurhythmics," and Don Hodges's program on "Development in the Music Brain.
Eurhythmics for young children: six lessons for spring.
With a focus on ensemble music, the festival will feature a Concert Series with the Cleveland musicians the Cavani String Quartet, flutist Mary Kay Fink and eurhythmics instructor David Neal Brown and other internationally renowned musicians, such as harpsichordist Kenneth Cooper, pianist Alec Chien and soprano Josephine Mongiardo.
Ballet, Pointe, Variations, Partnering, Modern, Jazz, Men's, African, Eurhythmics.