eurhythmy


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Here, the three elements, "harmony, undulating lines, eurhythmy in movement," are posited as constitutive elements of poetic reverie and of his "idee de beaute.
Ambitions grew, and funding was found to create a new building of two storeys, with five classrooms and a slightly larger eurhythmy room.
In this sense, eurhythmy is the revelation of human soul, but also of the body through its expression in space.
The more important rooms - the eurhythmy room and main music room, for example - are generally more regular and symmetrical, while ancillary and storage rooms are tucked into left-over corners, so there is a legible hierarchy of formality.