The Rhythm Inside: Connecting Body, Mind and Spirit Through Music

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  • Book & CD Pages: 164
  • By Stephen F. Moore and Julia Schnebly-Black

Product Description
Through the techniques of the popular Dalcroze-Eurhythmics, this insightful 147-page book provides the tools to engage your students’ inner creative resources and connect the body, mind, and emotions through rhythm and movement. Music and movement exercises provided on the CD will help students discover the benefits of eurhythmics, which can be applied to music-making, teaching, learning, and life.

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One Response to The Rhythm Inside: Connecting Body, Mind and Spirit Through Music

  1. Conrad

    First of all, I should mention what this book is and what it isn’t. It offers an overview of Dalcroze Eurhythmics – the experiences and insights offered by many of the leading teachers in the field. It isn’t so much a workbook, although it does offer a CD with some sample exercises in the back, which I did use successfully with some students before I had been exposed much to Eurhythmics. If you are looking for a book of exercises though I would look elsewhere. This book is perhaps best for those with some exposure to the Dalcroze method who want deeper insight into its purpose and intent.

    When I first ordered this book, I was left thinking “Yes, but how is Eurhythmics actually taught?” It wasn’t until I had taken a teacher training course that the book made more sense to me. I now find it to be a valuable resource.

    Rating: 5 / 5
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