Definition of Eurythmics

1. Noun. The interpretation in harmonious bodily movements of the rhythm of musical compositions; used to teach musical understanding.




Definition of Eurythmics

1. Noun. a rhythmic interpretation of music with graceful, free-style dance movements ¹

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Definition of Eurythmics

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eurythmics

euryopic
euryphage
euryphagous
eurypterid
eurypterids
eurypteroid
eurypteroidea
eurypterus
eurysomatic
eurytherm
eurythermal
eurythermic
eurythermous
eurytherms
eurythmic
eurythmics (current term)
eurythmies
eurythmy
eurytopic
euscope
euskaltegi
eusocial
eusociality
eusol
eusols
eusporangiate
eusporangium
eustachian
eustachian catheter
eustachian cushion

Literary usage of Eurythmics

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1. Register by University of California, Berkeley, California, University (1921)
"Geneva, Switzerland Teacher of eurythmics, ... eurythmics; Teacher of eurythmics, Bennett School, Millbrook, New York; came to America with ..."

2. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1922)
"Dalcroze eurythmics under supervision of Marguerite Heaton from the NY School of Dalcroze eurythmics. Hygienic and Aesthetic Body Culture. ..."

3. Rhythm, Music and Education by Émile Jaques-Dalcroze (1921)
"... own representation of the rhythm being transmuted to them. Another example. After my little (or big) pupils have practised eurythmics for a certain time ..."

4. The Exemplary Theatre by Harley Granville-Barker (1922)
"Let them break their shins, so to speak, and spoil their strength over voice production, elocution, dialectics, eurythmics; ..."

5. Reputations: Essays in Criticism by Douglas Goldring (1920)
"With all their chatter about eurythmics, have they any real sense of rhythm ? No. Can they walk? No. Are they in good physical condition? No. ..."

6. Exercise in Education and Medicine by Robert Tait McKenzie (1915)
"The eurythmics of Jacques Dalcroze. widely popularized in Europe, introduce a new note into physical education that demands notice if this contribution is ..."

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