- Kind of Blue
- Her cheironomy picks up tempo as she discusses her plans on how to apply those skills. “I want to get really good at what I want to do so I can come back.
- A Steve Reich Reader
- He's doing what the Greeks call cheironomy. He's using his hand as a notational reminder, `Hey, it goes like that.' And this was a common way of notating music within cultures prior to our system of notation which, by the way, evolved from the human hand.
- Magic wand versus silly little stick
- The art of beating time - or cheironomy - dates as far back as the Middle Ages.
Cheironomy is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Cheironomy books and related discussion.
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