Table of contents for Music and image in classical Athens / Sheramy D. Bundrick.

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MUSIC AND IMAGE IN FIFTH-CENTURY ATHENS--Sheramy D. Bundrick
Table of Contents:
1. Music and Image in Fifth-Century Athens
Sixth-Century Music and Musical Imagery
The New Democracy, "New Music," and New Musical
Imagery
2. Representing Musical Instruments
Stringed Instruments
Chelys Lyre
Kithara
Barbitos
Phorminx
"Thracian" Kithara
Harp
Wind Instruments
Aulos
Syrinx
Salpinx
Percussion Instruments
3. Mousike: The Art of the Muses
The Art of the Muses
Becoming an Aner Mousikos
The Lessons of Linos
Mousike and Gymnastike
Amateurs and Professionals:
Mousike at the Symposion
Women and Mousike
4. Ethos and the Character of Musical Imagery
Music on the Edge: Dionysos and His World
Ethos and Pathos in the Imagery of Orpheus
Thamyris: Music and Hubris
Marsyas, the Musical Satyr
5. Harmonia and the Life of the City
Apollo Kitharoidos: The Essence of Harmonia
Music and Cult Ritual
Contest and Victory
Music and Theater
Harmonia and the Wedding
Harmonia as Personification
6. Conclusions: Musical Revolutions in Classical Athens
Glossary
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Music, Greek and Roman -- History and criticism.