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nasabere's picture

To be honest

Right--to be honest, I was not entirely convinced that there was no "conductor" in the clapping activity; I felt like someone established a steady rhythm and slowly we all adopted it as our own. Had we done this activity without any sort of auditory or visual feedback, a clapping “pattern” would be none existent. I feel like there may be a conductor, one that doesn't manifest itself in the form that we are use to thinking of, but rather, one who's role is fairly transient and only necessary in certain situations.

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