Eurhythmy


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Eurhythmy

Harmony, orderliness, and elegance of proportions.
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As I proposed above, Baudelaire effects a similar harmonic balance, undulation of lines, and eurhythmy of fixed form and sinuous movement in "Harmonie du soir," while relying on the reader's shared recollection of the waltz.
The greater size of the eurhythmy room, and the placing of main entrance and stair opposite it in plan, produce a dominant east-west axis, the main axis of symmetry.
A contractor was found who was prepared to take the challenge without inflating the cost, and the school was achieved at about 20 per cent below the normal cost of a state school its size, including extras like the auditorium and eurhythmy room.
Professor Todoran (2012), approaches the training of some psychomotor behaviors in children with moderate and severe mental retardation through eurhythmy.
Therefore, an active, enthusiastic, competitional participation is expected through the implementation of diversified means taken from rhythmic, artistic, aerobic gymnastics, modern dancing, sportive dancing, classical dance, eurhythmy, etc.