Table of contents for Music and the Muses : the culture of 'mousike' in the classical Athenian city / edited by Penelope Murray and Peter Wilson.


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Introduction
Part I: Mousike and Religion
1. Muses and Mysteries, Alexander Hardie
2. Changing choral worlds: song-dance and society in Athens and beyond, Barbara Kowalzig
3. Song-dance and state-pilgrimage at Athens, Ian Rutherford
4. Dancing the pyrrhikhe, Paola Ceccarelli
Part II: Mousike on Stage
5. Choral prayer in Greek tragedy: euphemia or aischrologia?, Eva Stehle
6. Choral forms in Aristophanic comedy: musical mimesis and dramatic performance in classical Athens, Claude Calame
7. Transforming the nightingale: aspects of Athenian musical discourse in the late fifth century, Andrew Barker
Part III: The Politics of Mousike
8. The Politics of the New Music, Eric Csapo
9. Damon of Oa: a music theorist ostracized, Robert Wallace
10. Athenian strings, Peter Wilson
Part IV: Mousike and Paideia
11. catharsis: the power of music in Aristotle's Politics, Andrew Ford
12. Dirty dancing: Xenophon's Symposium, Victoria Wohl
13. The Muses and their arts, Penelope Murray



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Music, Greek and Roman -- Social aspects.
Performing arts -- Social aspects -- Greece -- History -- To 146 B.C.
Greece -- Civilization -- To 146 B.C.