Tone and Speech Eurythmy (Paperback)
This fascinating first-hand account from a celebrated eurythmist reveals the challenges faced by the early eurythmy students. Available for the first time in English.
When Marie and Rudolf Steiner developed the art of eurythmy in the early twentieth century, their aim was to awaken the musical element within the human form, in a spiritual way. In this unique form of movement, both music and the spoken word are made visible through dance and gestures.
Drawing on her first-hand experience of learning from Marie and Rudolf Steiner, Elena Zuccoli describes the development of eurythmy and gives a personal account of the challenges that faced the early students as they sought to master this new discipline.