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<B>Allegro </B><I> Music for the Eurythmy Curriculum</I>, LEBRET, ELISABETH
1 Allegro Music for the Eurythmy Curriculum
LEBRET, ELISABETH
1888365080 / 9781888365085 
This wonderful collection of music for eurythmy classes will be supportive to all eurythmy teachers and their accompanists
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<B>Color and Gesture </B><I> The inner life of colour</I>, DOWN, REG
2 Color and Gesture The inner life of colour
DOWN, REG
1468172085 / 9781468172089 
Compiled over many years of work as a eurythmist, Color and Gesture explores the inner life of color in a way that only eurythmy and the initiation science of Rudolf Steiner make possible. What appears is a world of incredible richness, depth and beauty in the most common, unlikely and unexpected of places . gesture. Gesture reveals the human soul, and the fabric of the soul is color; as a result, we find that the soul's infinite expressiveness, with all its goodness, pathos, waywardness and humor, is intimately woven through with color experiences.
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<B>Come Unto these Yellow Sands </B><I> </I>, MOLLY VON HEIDER
3 Come Unto these Yellow Sands
MOLLY VON HEIDER
0945803303 / 9780945803300 1998 
Come Unto These Yellow Sands is more than a guide to teachers and Eurythmists. Molly von Heider describes in an imaginative and observant way the growth and development of children throughout their school life from their entry into the preschool to their last year in grade 12.

For the early years, outlines of lessons are given in great detail. These are full of creative activity, stimulating not only Eurythmists but all who deal with young children. The themes of the poems, stories, and plays are in harmony with the changing seasons of the year, and the moods alternate from wonder and devotion to humor and gaiety, so that the religious feelings-of which children are in so much need today-never become too pious or gloomy. The suggestions to teachers provide support for the subject matter of the main lessons. As well as traditional legends and poems by famous authors, there are many verses and exercises created by teachers out of the needs of the moment. These are given not as stereotyped patterns but as an encouragement to those dealing with children to create their own themes. Helpful quotations are included both from Rudolf Steiner's works and from those of leading Eurythmists.

Molly von Heider makes us realize what new life Eurythmy can give to every subject, so that what is taught extends beyond 'head knowledge' to a deep inner experience giving birth to actual capacities. Eileen Hutchins, Elmfield School, Stourbridge, England

Molly von Heider (1913?2005) taught eurythmy in England for over 25 years to children in Waldorf schools, children with learning disabilities, factory workers, industrially injured people, and trainee teachers.
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<B>Cultivating Inner Radiance and the Body of Immortality </B><I> </I>, POWELL, ROBERT
4 Cultivating Inner Radiance and the Body of Immortality
POWELL, ROBERT
1584201177 / 9781584201175 2012 Paperback / softback 
Celebrating a century of eurythmy, a modern art of etheric movement
In the beginning was the Word . . .and the Word was with God . . .and nothing that was made was made without the Word.

The human being is an expression of the ever-unfolding wisdom of the creative Logos, the Word. The whole of creation bears the imprint of the cosmic sounding. This book describes a way, through movement and gesture, to work with the creative, sounding principle that manifests in the Earth's enveloping life sphere. Today, the increasingly binding and hardening conditions of modern life now threatens the divine seed of life here on Earth, which has been fructified and developed over the millennia. Creation - coming to expression through the flowering of the cosmic breath - is losing its natural connection with humanity and with Mother Earth, which are increasingly given over to anti-life forces, comprising destruction, inversions, and lifeless replicas of creation's gifts.

The sacred movements described in this book arise from the modern art of movement known as eurythmy (Greek: "good movement"), which came into the world in 1912. These sacred gestures, when practiced with the words gifted to humanity by the incarnated Logos two thousand years ago, lead us back to our connection with the fullness of creation and toward the goal of developing the body of immortality, the resurrection body. In 2012, we celebrated the one-hundredth anniversary of the birth of eurythmy. This book invites us to partake of the richness of the sacred through life-enhancing movement and gesture as a path to reconnect with the cosmic formative forces that sound the call of resurrection.

The wealth of material included in this book educates the soul toward awaking to a conscious understanding of humanity's divine heritage and true calling. The exercises in this work provide a training that ennobles and refines the qualities of the human soul. By awaking, the soul gradually learns to respond to the call of the World Soul that invites us to partake of divine wisdom and to participate, through right action, in creation's unfolding toward the ultimate goal: resurrection.
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<B>Early History of Eurythmy </B><I> CW277c</I>, STEINER, RUDOLF, AMRINE FREDERICK (INTRODUCTION)
5 Early History of Eurythmy CW277c
STEINER, RUDOLF, AMRINE FREDERICK (INTRODUCTION)
1621480720 / 9781621480723 
Notebook entries, addresses, rehearsals, programs, introductions to performances, and a chronology, 1913–1924;
Talks given before 16 eurythmy performances in Bottmingen, Dusseldorf, Munich, Berlin, Dornach, Stuttgart, Ilkley, and Penmaenmawr (CW 277c)

The Early History of Eurythmy is the first of three volumes of Rudolf Steiner’s “eurythmy addresses,” short introductory talks preceding the earliest performances of this new art of movement. Of the nearly 300 transcripts that survive, few have thus far been translated into English.

This volume presents, chronologically, the addresses related mostly to drama, generally, and specifically to stage performances of Goethe’s Faust and Steiner’s mystery dramas. In addition, it features all of Rudolf Steiner’s notebook entries on eurythmy, along with all of the extant eurythmy programs from 1913 to 1925, which yield invaluable insights into Steiner’s taste and aesthetics.

Frederick Amrine’s engaging introduction emphasizes that eurythmy is an important episode in the history of dance, but has been unjustly neglected. He contends that eurythmy is a continuation of an aesthetic revolution that began not in Europe but in America; that the original impulses leading to “new dance” were deeply spiritual; and that there are deep but largely unrecognized affinities between “new dance” and eurythmy.

This counter-narrative about the prehistory of eurythmy within the history of dance should be of particular interest to English-speaking anthroposophists, because it identifies the pioneering work of three American women as the all-important context for the development of eurythmy: Loie Fuller, Isadora Duncan, and Ruth St. Denis. Drawing on extensive historical documentation, he states that it is eurythmy rather than modern dance that is the rightful heir of Fuller, Duncan, and St. Denis.
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<B>Eurythmy and The English Language </B><I> Davidson, Annelies</I>
6 Eurythmy and The English Language Davidson, Annelies

1910785016 / 9781910785010 2015 
Since its first appearance in the study-edition of Rudolf Steiner's lecture-cycle Eurythmy as Visible Speech (Anastasi Ltd, 2005) this contribution "Eurythmy and the English Language" by Annelies Davidson has proved its value. Packed with useful observations, and above all, an examination of the living principles, this essay is recognised as the definitive introduction to an important area of eurythmy research and practice. The writer reflects on years of artistic exploration of the English language with Marguerite Lundgren and on her own extensive work.
Marguerite Lundgren was a living example of how it is possible to develop an ear for the creative impulses available especially in music and the sounds of speech. Along with other authorities, mention is made here of Marguerite's respect for the sensitive scholarship of Adam Bittleston - particularly evident in the study of Shakespeare - and of the insights of the philosopher of language Owen Barfield. These scholars were profoundly aware of the work of the polymath and linguist Professor Hermann Beckh, who, as a foremost pupil of Rudolf Steiner, followed up Novalis' claim for "genetic etymology", for the creative sounds of speech.
This Mystery wisdom goes back to the first known theory of language in Plato's dialogue Cratylus. Eurythmists attempt to access the primal creativity still available, as Steiner points out, in the language we speak today. In this way, in pursuing their art eurythmists aim to contribute to the renewal of the word in our time.

ANNELIES DAVIDSON was born and educated in Holland. In 1974 she graduated from the London School of Eurythmy, England, taught around London and performed with the London Stage Group which toured Europe and the USA. From 1986-2002 she taught in the Eurythmy School, Spring Valley, New York and performed with the Ensemble. She currently works freelance as a teacher and director, focusing on eurythmy in relation to the spoken word.
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<B>Eurythmy and the Impulse of Dance </B><I> </I>, MARJORIE RAFFE, CECIL HARWOOD, MARGUERITE LUNDGREN
7 Eurythmy and the Impulse of Dance
MARJORIE RAFFE, CECIL HARWOOD, MARGUERITE LUNDGREN
1855844036 / 9781855844032 
‘Eurythmy is that very thing which dancers with a true idealism have been unconsciously seeking – that inner harmony and balance that was a natural condition of the Greeks, visible in their statues and carved figures, so that, even in a standing pose, movement seems to flow through them.’
Eurythmy is an expressive art of movement in which specific gestures relate to the sounds and rhythms of speech, to the tones and rhythms of music and to soul experiences, such as joy and sorrow.
In this succinct and accessible booklet, the authors present a clear introduction to this contemporary art form in the context of the impulse of dance today. What is eurythmy, and how does it relate to other arts of movement and dance? What is eurythmy’s purpose, and why did Rudolf Steiner create it in the early twentieth century? These and many more questions are answered in this extended essay, supplemented by 35 sketches of eurythmy figures by Rudolf Steiner that illustrate gestures of movement, feeling and character.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 13325] 
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<B>Eurythmy as Visible Singing </B><I> </I>, STEINER, RUDOLF
8 Eurythmy as Visible Singing
STEINER, RUDOLF
0956926614 / 9780956926616 
Part I, Rudolf Steiner, EURYTHMY as VISIBLE SINGING Verbatim report of a course of lectures held in Dornach 19 Feb. 1924 – 27 Feb. 1924, 4th Edition, newly translated, including a facsimile, transcription and translation of the Lecturer’s Notes, with an introduction and index.
Part II, A Companion to Rudolf Steiner’s "Eurythmy as Visible Singing", compiled and expanded by: Alan Stott, together with Josef Matthias HAUER “Interpreting Melos” (1923)
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<B>Eurythmy figure postcard set </B><I> </I>
9 Eurythmy figure postcard set


The complete set of Eurythmy figure cards. Drawn and developed by Rudolf Steiner. 35 individual postcards: 15 consonants, 5 vowels, and 15 soul gestures.

- Painted by Maria Ilona Hermann-Vogel
- Descriptions in both German and English
- Includes 10 wooden stands
- Imported from Switzerland
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<B>Eurythmy for the Elementary Grades </B><I> </I>, ADAMS, FRANCINE
10 Eurythmy for the Elementary Grades
ADAMS, FRANCINE
1888365072 / 9781888365078 
For eurythmy teachers, class teachers, and parents wanting to further their understanding of the development of eurythmy through the elementary years. There are diagrams, poems, and instructions for each grade level.
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<B>Eurythmy:  Making Movement Human DVD </B><I> </I>, SEASE, VIRGINIA
11 Eurythmy: Making Movement Human DVD
SEASE, VIRGINIA

This overview of the art of eurythmy includes a historical perspective presented by Virginia Sease, while experienced teachers and their students demonstrate the benefits eurythmy provides to adults and children alike. An excerpt from the Goetheanum Stage Ensemble's dramatic performance of Sofia Gubaldulina's Seven Words, exemplifies the development of eurythmy as a performing art.
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<B>Everyday Eurythmy </B><I> An Illustrated Guide to Discovering Balance and Self-Healing through Movement</I>, BARBARA TAPFER AND ANNETTE WEISSKIRCHER
12 Everyday Eurythmy An Illustrated Guide to Discovering Balance and Self-Healing through Movement
BARBARA TAPFER AND ANNETTE WEISSKIRCHER
1782503730 / 9781782503736 
180 Colour Illustrations
Eurythmy is a way of transforming speech sounds into movement, making the sounds visible and drawing out their power. The movement gestures of eurythmy are alive and dynamic and have a powerful effect on body, soul and spirit—as when a stone falls into water and leaves visible ripples. Eurythmy therapy is an effective means of restoring balance to the human body and stimulating self-healing through healthy movement.

This unique book, the first significant attempt to photographically record and demonstrate basic eurythmy therapy movements, describes and illustrates the core speech/sound exercises—vowel exercises, consonant exercises and soul exercises that include love, hope, and sympathy.

This book is not a replacement for a qualified eurythmy therapist, but is intended as guidance and orientation for patients practicing on their own—perhaps after a few initial sessions with a therapist—or for more experienced, nonprofessional eurythmists.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14471] 
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<B>Everyday Eurythmy </B><I> Exercises to Calm, Strengthen and Centre, A Workbook for Daily Practice <br>Exercises to Calm, Strengthen and Centre <br>A Workbook for Daily Practice</I>, KARNIELI, SIVAN
13 Everyday Eurythmy Exercises to Calm, Strengthen and Centre, A Workbook for Daily Practice
Exercises to Calm, Strengthen and Centre
A Workbook for Daily Practice

KARNIELI, SIVAN
1855844877 / 9781855844872 
Eurythmy, if you have heard of it at all, is more than you realize. It is certainly different from how it usually appears...’
With no previous training or knowledge required, Sivan Karnieli’s handy workbook presents a range of focused, practical exercises to calm, strengthen and centre. Accessible to all, it gives instructions for daily practice that can effectively counteract stress and burn-out, psychological blocks and other symptoms of modern life. Whether you work with these exercises for five minutes or an hour a day, they help harmonize body, soul and spirit, enabling you to find your true self.
This straightforward guide to the art of eurythmy has a huge amount to offer everyone. Rather than delving deeply into theory, it invites you to be active and to make an immediate start!
SIVAN KARNIELI was born in Zurich in 1977. She loved eurythmy from childhood, studied philosophy and psychology in Zurich, and then trained as a eurythmist in Dornach. Her professional work includes education, adult education and stage performance. With her latest book Unternehmung Eurythmie (‘Eurythmy Enterprise’) she offers eurythmy in the workplace and also as a remedy for daily stress. She is married and lives near Basel. Her website is www.unternehmung-eurythmie.com.
NINA-SOPHIA JUTARD-GRAEWE was born in Goettingen, Germany, in 1980. She studied painting at the Assenza painting school in Muenchestein from 2002 to 2006. Her daughter was born in 2007. She has been working as an art teacher at the Rudolf Steiner school in Basel since 2009.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14378] 
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<B>Hand in Hand Disc 1 </B><I> Simple but challenging! Moving to verses & rhymes with 4-6 year olds</I>, BAKER-FINCH,JAN.
14 Hand in Hand Disc 1 Simple but challenging! Moving to verses & rhymes with 4-6 year olds
BAKER-FINCH,JAN.

Disc 1 offers a collection of simple, playful exercises, mostly using 60 cm long sanded wooden sticks to be accompanied by verses, rhymes, and little songs. A booklet of the texts and songs which anyone as teacher, parent or carer can easily recite, sing, or simply chant is included. Careful, detailed explanations and demonstrations along with snapshots of lessons in the kindergarten make up the 45-minute content. These exercises have grown out of work with 4-6 year olds however older children have often enjoyed them, and some can be done with children as young as three.
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<B>Hand in Hand Disc 2 </B><I> Simple but challenging! Moving to rhymes with 4-6 year olds.</I>, BAKER-FINCH, JAN
15 Hand in Hand Disc 2 Simple but challenging! Moving to rhymes with 4-6 year olds.
BAKER-FINCH, JAN

Without using the wooden sticks, Disc II presents a new mixture of traditional and original poems, chants and ‘songlets’ coupled with engaging exercises for young fingers, for hands and feet, and for the whole child. They model a delightful way to develop dexterity, balance and coordination, inviting in a managed way the engagement of the child’s imagination and initiative. Similarly to Disc I the examples are drawn from work with 4-6 year olds but can be enjoyed by older and (some) by younger children.
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16 Hand in Hand Disc 3 Simple but challenging! Moving to verses & rhymes with 8-10 year olds.
BAKER-FINCH, JAN

The examples on Disc III come out of movement work with 9-10 year olds, but have also been enjoyed by slightly older children. They aim to meet the child in their emerging self-awareness; challenge them in their thinking; and continue to support the development of dexterity, nimbleness along with some measure of gracefulness in their movement.
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17 Hand in Hand Set 3 Discs Simple but challenging! Moving to verses & rhymes with 4-6 year olds, 6-10 year olds and 8-10 year olds.
BAKER-FINCH, JAN

Disc 1 offers a collection of simple, playful exercises, mostly using 60 cm long sanded wooden sticks to be accompanied by verses, rhymes, and little songs. A booklet of the texts and songs which anyone as teacher, parent or carer can easily recite, sing, or simply chant is included. Careful, detailed explanations and demonstrations along with snapshots of lessons in the kindergarten make up the 45-minute content. These exercises have grown out of work with 4-6 year olds however older children have often enjoyed them, and some can be done with children as young as three.

Without using the wooden sticks, Disc II presents a new mixture of traditional and original poems, chants and ‘songlets’ coupled with engaging exercises for young fingers, for hands and feet, and for the whole child. They model a delightful way to develop dexterity, balance and coordination, inviting in a managed way the engagement of the child’s imagination and initiative. Similarly to Disc I the examples are drawn from work with 4-6 year olds but can be enjoyed by older and (some) by younger children.

The examples on Disc III come out of movement work with 9-10 year olds, but have also been enjoyed by slightly older children. They aim to meet the child in their emerging self-awareness; challenge them in their thinking; and continue to support the development of dexterity, nimbleness along with some measure of gracefulness in their movement.
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<B>How the New Art of Eurythmy Began (New edition) </B><I> Lory Maier-Smits, The First Eurythmist</I>, SIEGLOCH, MAGDALENE
18 How the New Art of Eurythmy Began (New edition) Lory Maier-Smits, The First Eurythmist
SIEGLOCH, MAGDALENE
1906999813 / 9781906999810 
The actual historical moments of birth of the various arts are not known. At most, significant changes of direction are distinguishable – and these are usually detected retrospectively. However, the founding of eurythmy, a new art of movement, has been extensively documented. The story of the first eurythmist, Lory Maier-Smits, told in the pages of this profusely-illustrated book, is a valuable contribution to that legacy. It brings to life the pioneering period when the new artform was being developed under Rudolf Steiner’s personal instruction.

Magdalene Siegloch traces Lory Maier-Smits’ biography with artistic care and loving detail. She describes the eurythmist’s early exposure to anthroposophy; her training under Rudolf Steiner from 1912; the first performance of eurythmy during the Theosophical Society festival in 1913; Rudolf Steiner’s lectures on the new art of movement; the staging of eurythmy under the direction of Marie Steiner; and Maier-Smits’ later work as a trainer of eurythmists. Also included is an account of Maier-Smits’ personal path of development, her marriage and family life.

MAGDALENE SIEGLOCH (1917-2013) trained in eurythmy under Else Klink at the Eurythmeum in Stuttgart. After the Second World War she joined a eurythmy stage group formed by Klink, and also taught eurythmy and poetry in the Stuttgart training course, where she met Lory Maier-Smits. Later she spent time working in America, Mexico and Columbia. She is also the author of Eurythmie, Eine Einführung (1990).
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<B>Introduction to Eurythmy </B><I> 16 talks before eurythmy performances, 1919-1924..</I>, STEINER, RUDOLF  TRANSLATED BY GLADYS HAHN
19 Introduction to Eurythmy 16 talks before eurythmy performances, 1919-1924..
STEINER, RUDOLF TRANSLATED BY GLADYS HAHN
0880100427 / 9780880100427 
The art of eurythmy strives to make the invisible visible in a harmonious and disciplined play of color, form, sound, and motion. During the early years of the twentieth century when eurythmy was young and little known, Rudolf Steiner's introductory talks prepared nearly 300 audiences for their encounters with this wholly new way of presenting drama, poetry, and music through human movement. Full of life and creativity, these talks illuminate the richness underlying the spiritual laws of this new art form.
Sixteen of Steiner's talks have been carefully selected and are presented here as an introduction to the aesthetic, pedagogical, and therapeutic secrets of this developing art.
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<B>Leaving Room for the Angels </B><I> Eurythmy and the Art of Teaching</I>, DOWN, REG
20 Leaving Room for the Angels Eurythmy and the Art of Teaching
DOWN, REG
1888365005 / 9781888365009 
Unavailable till mid-2018
Eurythmy and the Art of Teaching • This is a remarkable book! The first section should be read by all Waldorf teachers. It contains wisdom and practical advice that will benefit every teacher. It is especially insightful with regard to adolescence. The second part of the book is for eurythmists. Reg Down illustrates forms and gives special hints to make life easier for all eurythmy teachers.
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