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Documents of ancient Greek music

Egert PoМ€hlmann

Documents of ancient Greek music

the extant melodies and fragments

by Egert PoМ€hlmann

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music, Greek and Roman

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [200]-207) and indexes.

    Statementedited and transcribed with commentary by Egert Pöhlmann and Martin L. West.
    ContributionsWest, M. L. 1937-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination222 p. :
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17601347M
    ISBN 10019815223X
    OCLC/WorldCa47902550

      Image caption Time travellers: Academics are reconstructing the lost sound of ancient Greece. And now, new revelations about ancient Greek music have emerged from a few dozen ancient documents. First published in , this text presents some rare surviving fragments of ancient Greek music. This new edition, prepared as a result of more recent research, includes extra material which should afford a clearer perception than hitherto of how Greek music evolved over time.

    Hesiod: Works and Days, c. BCE Strabo: Geographia, [written c. 20 A.D.], circa BCE Antiphon: On the Choreutes, c. BCE Demosthenes: Against Timocrates. c. BCE Aristotle: The Politics, On Slavery, c. BCE Hesiod: Works and Days, c. BCE First of all, get a house, and a woman and an ox for the plough--a slave woman and not a wife, to follow the oxen as well--and make.   The experts found several fifth- or sixth-century A.D. Greek fragments of the First Apocalypse of James, one of the books from an ancient collection known as the Nag Hammadi library.

      An Overview of Music Education in the Ancient World 1. Music Education in the Ancient World 2. Ancient Greece Greeks arrived to the Mediterranean area around B.C. From this culture emerged a musical system including other arts such as poetry and dance. Greek music was influenced by music from other cultures as well. 3. The book was written in Koine, which is also known as common Greek. Koine was the language used in the Roman empire for speaking and writing. It is most likely that Matthew wrote his book in Koine because it was a language that everyone in the Roman empire could .


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In some ways, the title ‘Documents of Ancient Greek Music ’ (DAGM) is slightly misleading, since some two-thirds of these documents are ‘ Roman ’. Pedantry aside, while many of these 61 documents are by date Roman, they are all composed in Greek, both the text and the notation (which is based on the Greek alphabet).

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