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    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurythmy Eurythmy is an expressive movement art originated by Rudolf Steiner in conjunction with Marie von Sivers in the early 20th century. Primarily a performance art, it is ...
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    www.eurythmy.org 9th Grade Collaborative Poem. Collaborative poem written by the ninth grade students of Renate Lundberg, eurythmy teacher at the Summerfield Waldorf School, Santa ...
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    www.openwaldorf.com/eurythmy.html Eurythmy Eurythmy is one of Rudolf Steiner's proudest achievements. To better understand what Steiner says about eurythmy, you should read his self-titled "A Lecture ...
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      www.thefreedictionary.com/eurythmy Croca's contribution (chapter 3) on Eurythmy - the principle of the right path--in which Croca argues that this principle is a unifying principle in physics.
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    • Rudolf Steiner and Eurythmy

      www.rudolfsteinerweb.com/Rudolf_Steiner_and_Eurythmy.php Eurythmy is a new art form created by Rudolf Steiner. Eurythmy is an art, like modern dance or sculpture. In a slightly modified form, it can also be applied ...
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      steiner.edu/eurythmy Eurythmy, developed by Rudolf Steiner, is an art of human movement where students learn dexterity of movement, grace, poise, balance, and concentration.