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The Power of Rhythm - TAKETINA by Reinhard…

The Power of Rhythm - TAKETINA

by Reinhard Flatischler

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Rhythm is the central power of our life; it connects us all. There is a powerful source of rhythmic knowledge in every human being, and as we find our way back to this ancient wisdom, we unite with the essence of our life. Reinhard Flatischler presents his revolutionary approach to rhythm in this new edition for both the layman and professional musician. TA KE TI NA offers an experience of the interaction of pulse, breath, voice, walking and clapping which awakens our inherent rhythm in the most direct way through the body. It provides a first-hand knowledge of the rhythmic roots of all cultures and a new understanding of the many musical voices of our world. TA KE TI NA allows us to develop a natural confidence which leads to greater ability in movement, rhythmic competence and musical creativity. The skills developed through TA KE TI NA can be transferred to any musical instrument and ultimately unfold into a deeper self awareness.

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