Aristoxenus Elements of rhythm: text, translation, and commentary with a translation and commentary on POxy 2687

@inproceedings{Marchetti2009AristoxenusEO,
  title={Aristoxenus Elements of rhythm: text, translation, and commentary with a translation and commentary on POxy 2687},
  author={Christopher C. Marchetti},
  year={2009}
}
OF THE DISSERTATION Aristoxenus’ Elements of Rhythm: Text, Translation, and Commentary with a Translation and Commentary on POxy 2687 By Christopher C. Marchetti Dissertation Director: Prof. Thomas Figueira Aristoxenus of Tarentum makes productive use of Aristotelian concepts and methods in developing his theory of musical rhythm in his treatise Elements of Rhythm. He applies the Aristotelian distinction between form and material and the concept of hypothetical necessity to provide an… CONTINUE READING

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