Definition of Eurhythmies
1. eurhythmy [n] - See also: eurhythmy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eurhythmies
Literary usage of Eurhythmies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"Scrib M 60:710-24 D '16 Smith, Grace eurhythmies of Jaques-Dalcroze. Nat Educ Assn 1915:869-72 Smith, Grace Clee What can he done in the little country ..."
2. Creative Music for Children: A Plan of Training Based on the Natural by Satis Narrona Coleman (1922)
"Solfege, and Improvisation eurhythmies and Musical Composition Music, Joy, and the School Rhythm and Creative Imagination Rhythm and Gesture in Music ..."
3. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1918)
"TROWBRIDGE, J. A visit to the Dalcroze college of eurhythmies at Dresden, Germany, Am. Phys. Educ. Rev., 19, 1914, 320-2. THURAU, G. Singen u. ..."
4. International Who's who in Music and Musical Gazetteer: A Contemporary by César Saerchinger (1918)
"Emile: • Composer, originator of "eurhythmies"; b. Menna. July 6, 1865, of French descent; ed. reneva Univ.; stud, music at Geneva Cons., leo w. ..."
5. The Organisation and Curricula of Schools by Walter Guy Sleight (1920)
"Forms V.« and Upper V.4 fill in the free time with ear-training, eurhythmies, elocution, modelling, geometrical drawing, sewing and gardening; ..."
6. Books Added, 1911/15-: Five-year Cumulation of the Book Bulletin of the ...by Chicago Public Library by Chicago Public Library (1916)
"... E. The eurhythmies of Jaques-Dalcroze. 1913. N 1434 Contents: Note by John W. Harvey; The educi tional significance of Hellerau, by Prof. ..."