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Samba A very rhythmical dance where the rhythm of the music is expressed in the whole body, rather than just in the feet and the hips.
Chemistry Lane started o playing shoe-gaze inuenced dream-pop and have developed a stronger rhythmical and electronic aspect to our music.
Air Cadet percussionists gave a rhythmical display of their award-winning drumming and used their drums to build a Ex-service Standard Bearers then paraded their Standards into the church placing the Union and the Royal British Standards onto the Drumhead Altar.
Benefiting the entire body, this treatment begins with a cleansing shot of ginger tea to jumpstart the detox process, followed by brisk, rhythmical Sweetgrass-inspired dry brushing.
The farmer who drives it has a wide smile on his face making the work look like fun and the author uses onomatopoeia to bring the tractor to life as it chugs and coughs along in a rhythmical way.
She achieved the silver medal at the British Open Tumbling Championships more complex, swift and rhythmical successive somersaults to excel and consequently become a member of the Great Britain tumbling squad.
The beautiful plainsong melodies (a simple and an ornate form) are variously given in the Ratisbon antiphonary and in the Solesmes "Liber Usualis" of 1908, the ornate form in the latter work, with rhythmical signs added, being very attractive.
Doctors diagnosed Ian Turner with a condition called objective pulsatile tinnitus - an obstruction in the passage between the heart and the brain causing rhythmical noise that usually has the same rate as the heart.
The essence of music is presented as a rhythmical idea in The Child's First Steps.
SHE RELAXED THROUGH THE EXPLORATION OF LIGHT AND SOUND AND BEGAN TO ROCK IN THE ROCKING CHAIR IN A SLOW RHYTHMICAL PACE.
They will also be mesmerized by the Charlie Chaplin Tap Dance shows in which Chaplin and his dancers will perform with the rhythmical toes and heels metal tapping shoes.
NANTA' is a non-verbal performance of free rhythmical movements that dramatize customary Korean percussions in a strikingly comedic stage show.