Art College of Changjiang University, Jingzhou Hubei 434000, China
Body language is used by every person to express, and each person shows different body movements, and the meaning of expression is also different. Not everyone needs to use body language when expressing, but the use of certain body movements can make one's content richer, and at the same time make other people more clearly understand the content and emotion they expressed. Body movements can be seen everywhere in daily life, especially the conductor of the chorus who is often seen on the TV screen. By analyzing the function of body language in chorus command, this paper discusses the artistic value of body language in chorus command.
Body language; Chorus conducting; Artistic value
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