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The Temperaments and the Arts: Their Relation and Function in Waldorf…

by Magda Lissau

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Children's temperaments, as described by Rudolf Steiner, are significant in their development. This thought-provoking book considers the different temperaments and relates them to Waldorf education, specifically, in the teaching of the arts.The book considers the connection and influence the temperaments have in areas such as sculpture, eurythmy, painting and colour, music and language, and will be valued by Waldorf teachers and parents.… (more)
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Children's temperaments, as described by Rudolf Steiner, are significant in their development. This thought-provoking book considers the different temperaments and relates them to Waldorf education, specifically, in the teaching of the arts.The book considers the connection and influence the temperaments have in areas such as sculpture, eurythmy, painting and colour, music and language, and will be valued by Waldorf teachers and parents.

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