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Music and the Muses: The Culture of ’Mousike’ in the Classical Athenian City by Penelope Murray and Peter Wilson edd.

  title={Music and the Muses: The Culture of ’Mousike’ in the Classical Athenian City by Penelope Murray and Peter Wilson edd.},
  author={Penelope Murray and Peter H. Wilson and Massimo Raffa},
  journal={Aestimatio : Critical Reviews in the History of Science},
Introduction PART I: MOUSIKE AND RELIGION 1. Muses and Mysteries 2. Changing choral worlds: song-dance and society in Athens and beyond 3. Song-dance and state-pilgrimage at Athens 4. Dancing the pyrrhikhe PART II: MOUSIKE ON STAGE 5. Choral prayer in Greek tragedy: euphemia or aischrologia? 6. Choral forms in Aristophanic comedy: musical mimesis and dramatic performance in classical Athens 7. Transforming the nightingale: aspects of Athenian musical discourse in the late fifth century PART III… 

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