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Home Paneurhythmy 11.Evera Music & Movement 11.2. Evera: music and movement
Thursday, 17 February 2011 12:26

11.2. Evera: music and movement

Written by  Daniela Ancheva
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MUSIC

Measure: 3/8
Tonality: F major
Total: 68 measures (or 136 upon repetition)
1 measure = 1 movement

 
MOVEMENT
1 cycle: 6 movements
Total: 11 cycles + 2 movements = 68 movements
(or 22 cycles + 4 movements = 136 movements)
 
ex. 11 Evera - movement
 

MOVEMENT

Arms:

Legs:

Duration:

SP:

The partners face the centre of the circle, one behind the other.

The right arm is in front of the chest, folded in the elbow and close to the body, its forearm parallel to the left arm. The left arm is stretched to the left side horizontally. Palms are down, fingers together, wrists stretched.

The right foot is on toes to the right side. The weight of the body is on the left foot. The toes of both feet point towards the centre of the circle.

 

1:

Turning to the right and forwards in respect to the movement in the circle.

Both arms outline descending semicircles down and to the right side while simultaneously the body turns to the right. The arms move parallel, stretched, with palms down, and reach horizontal position forwards.

The toes of the right foot rotate to the right (forwards), and the weight of the body gradually transfers to it. In the process of weight transfer the heel of the left foot takes off and the foot rotates on toes to the right (forward). Toes never lift from the ground.

1 measure

2:

Step forwards.

Both arms rise slowly forwards and upwards at 45 degrees, parallel and stretched in elbows, wrists, and palms.

The left foot moves to the front and steps, the weight of the body transfers to it. The right foot remains on toes, to the back. The toes of both feet point forwards.

1 measure

3:

Turning to the right, with one’s back to the centre of the circle.

Both arms outline long descending semicircles to the right side, while simultaneously the body turns to the right. The right arm reaches a position horizontal to the right side, while the left is folded in front of the chest, forearm parallel to the right arm. Arms move parallel one to another with palms down, stretched.

as is 1, to the right (to the outside with one’s back to the centre).

1 measure

Movements 1,2,3 repeat symmetrically (to the left) with movements 4,5,6.

All six make up a cycle which repeats 11 times + 2 movements (or 22 times + 4 upon repetition).

Final position: End of movement 2 (if one performance) or end of 4 (if repeated).

                 

VERSIONS

 

Version for music:

The music has 144 measures with refrain repeating from the first line. The movements are 144 in 24 cycles. SP = FP

 

Last modified on Tuesday, 13 September 2011 07:15

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