eurhythmia

eurhythmia

 [u-rith´me-ah]
regularity of the pulse.

eu·rhyth·mi·a

(yū-rith'mē-ă),
Harmonious body relationships of the separate organs.
[eu- + G. rhythmos, rhythm]

eu·rhyth·mi·a

(yū-ridh'mē-ă)
Harmonious body relationships of the separate organs.
[eu- + G. rhythmos, rhythm]
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The aim was to discover, through a questionnaire, the students' perception in the third year on the discipline role: "Body Expression and Eurhythmia" foreseen in the curriculum of the program of university studies, Physical Education and Sports.
After analyzing and interpreting the results, it can be observed that the research hypothesis has been confirmed, so we can say that the formative valences exercised by the discipline of corporal expression and eurhythmia constitute important values of the students' personality as future trainers.
Key words: corporal expression, eurhythmia, perception, students.
The option for this theme was based on the desire to highlight the role played by the specific means of the Corporal Expression and Eurhythmia discipline in influencing the third year students who have participated in the lectures and practical courses.
The purpose of this paper was to discover, through a questionnaire, the third students' perception on the role played by the discipline "Corporal Expression and Eurhythmia" foreseen in the curriculum of the of university program Physical Education and Sports in influencing the future graduate.
Thus, this study was conducted on the third year Physical Education and Sports students that have during their second semester the course "Corporal Expression and Eurhythmia".
To put it in Lefebvre's terminology, what they seek is the state of eurhythmia, i.e.
(5) At times, however, this eurhythmia might be interrupted by sudden breakdowns (e.g.
(5.) The interview situation would often interrupt this eurhythmia. It was a regular occurrence during our conversations, meetings, and interviews with high-frequency traders that their phones would start to vibrate in their pockets or flash a signal.
One's easily carried away with the rhythm or "eurhythmia" between the lines, for lack of a better word.
I then "bring them back together," a process through which rhythms can be seen to co-exist (what Lefebvre calls "polyrhythmia"), conflict (arrhythmia) or benefit one another (eurhythmia).
This eurhythmia is cultivated by the mutually-beneficial relationship between musical rhythm, dance, and the public space of display.