Gestures of sound combine: with
a touch of the tongue and a spiral of the stream
(expansion, contraction, concentration of the flow)
the composition of lines of the stream with the
tongue is -- the union of the body and the arms;
for the sound "l'":
the tongue is raised; the surface touches the
palate; with a tap against the palate the stream is
broken up; it falls downward; and being reflected,
it rises a second time and -- as I am bending over,
I lower my arms downward: I raise them anew; for
the sound "u":
I close my arms in an angle; "n"
is -- a light movement of the body; the movement of
the arms is exactly the same; the gesture -- of
touching -- is like the touching of the tongue of
the upper cavity of the mouth with a very light
stream overtaking the tip; "a"
is -- the spreading apart of the arms.