Eurhythmics, art, and education

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Arno Press, 1930 - Music - 265 pages
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Contents

THE NATURE AND VALUE OF RHYTHMIC MOVEMENT l22
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THE TECHNIQUE OF MOVING PLASTIC 1922
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THE INNER TECHNIQUE OF RHTTHM 1925
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About the author (1930)

Born in Vienna, Emile Jaques-Dalcroze was a composer whose gift of dance arose from exercises he devised to teach rhythm by translating sounds into physical movements. This technique became known as the Dalcroze method, or eurhythmics. He educated many followers, who, in turn, have passed his methods on through many generations. There are Dalcroze schools around the globe.