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Home Paneurhythmy 1-10 cycle 5.Elevation Music & Movement 5.2. Elevation: music & movement
Thursday, 17 February 2011 00:41

5.2. Elevation: music & movement

Written by  Daniela Ancheva
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MUSIC

Measure: 3/4
Tonality: A minor
Total: 26 measures
1 measure = 1 movement

MOVEMENT

1 cycle = 2 movements
Total: 13 cycles, 26 movements
Transition: Movement 26

Elevation - 1Elevation-2

 

MOVEMENT

Arms:

Legs:

Duration:

SP:

Both arms are parallel, down and slightly to the back (within the outlines of the body), palms to the back, stretched in the elbows and in the wrists.

The left foot has stepped, the right foot is forward, ready to step.

 

1:

Both arms move forward and upwards vertically with palms forward, fingers together. The arms are parallel and stretched in the elbows, wrists and palms.

The right foot steps.

1 measure

2:

Both arms move forward and downwards and slightly to the back (within the outlines of the body) with palms to the back, fingers together. The arms are parallel and stretched in the elbows, wrists and palms.

The left foot steps.

1 measure

Movements 1 and 2 make up a cycle which repeats 13 times. The second movement of cycle 13 (movement 26) is transition to the next exercise:

MOVEMENT

Arms:

Legs:

Duration:

Text of the transition:

26 (transition):

The right arm folds in the elbow and the hand is placed horizontal in front of the chest, palm down, fingers together, stretched. The left hand is placed on the hip, thumb to the back, the other fingers together to the front.

Opening-R1

The left foot steps.

1 measure

“[-op]”, prolongation of “top”

Final Position     :

The right arm is bent in the elbow, the forearm horizontal and parallel to the body; the palm is down, in the middle of the chest, fingers together and stretched. The left arm is on the hip, thumb to the back, fingers together to the front; the elbow is to the side.

The weight is on the left foot, the right foot is  forward, ready for the first step of exercise 6.

 

 

 

Last modified on Sunday, 09 October 2011 09:00

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