The origin is not known given that its origin is not recorded anywhere in history. The closest theory that holds any clout is that early in the evolutionary process, clapping was a learned behavior that was used to call attention before the use of a language. One can see how it could grow from calling the attention of another to signal food or danger to signaling a pleasing act.
Flamenco is a Spanish folk dance and music that originated in the Andlucia region. It is a mixture of singing, guitar, and hand clapping.
The duration of One-Hand Clapping is 1.57 hours.
The Sound of One Hand Clapping has 425 pages.
The duration of The Sound of One Hand Clapping - film - is 1.55 hours.
The ISBN of The Sound of One Hand Clapping is 0-7329-0896-5.
When clapping both hands one sound is heard. The sound only seems as one, but it is actually the sum of two sounds. Right hand and left hand. Each hand is making the sound of one hand clapping.
This question has 2 answers. Either a one-hand clapping makes a lighter sound than a two-hand clapping when your one hand tries to slap its fingers to its palm. The other answer would be that it sounds like this:
Try clapping with one!
The cast of One Hand Clapping - 2013 includes: Kyle Worthington as Alex
The Sound of One Hand Clapping - film - was created on 1996-04-23.
The clapping at the beginning of the song "Please Mr. Postman" is known as the hook.
The cast of One Hand Clapping - 1972 includes: Don Arioli Dave Broadfoot Judith Gault
no I'm not
The practice of clapping hands is common to all cultures. In some, it indicates approval, in others, it is an demand for the person to sit down and shut up (or similar equivalent). Such a basic gesture goes back so far in human custom that it is impossible to say where its various meanings originated.
no.that is not true because, you have to think "well what can I clap on one hand for it to make a sound?" or "is my clapping metaphorical as in silent applause?"there are many answers to this but there wouldn't be a definite "yes" or "no"Well.... No. Clapping is useing both hands and hitting them against eachother to make a sound, you cannot make a sound useing only one hand. Unless you use a object or another hand. There for there is no sound of one hand clapping.
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I'm not completely sure what you are asking but I think the sound of one hand clapping is snapping your fingers because the sound from a snap comes from the air escaping from under your middle finger when it contacts the base of your thumb.
clapping should work, and/or massaging the wrist and he surrounding area
clap ovation, praise, cheers, approval, clapping, accolade, big hand
A chest clap could be referring to a form of applause done with one hand.
almost nothing but hand clapping and drums
Jeu de mains - taper dans les mains