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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
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Music, Greek and Roman -- History and criticism.