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Music and Image in Classical Athens

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Sheramy Bundrick proposes that the depictions of musical performance in fifth century BC Athens were intimately linked to contemporary developments in the field of music itself, such as the debate over music in education, theories of musical ethos, and the growing popularity of professional musicians. Moreover, she argues that music became a visual metaphor for the harmony ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published June 1st 2016 by Cambridge University Press (first published October 17th 2005)
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Vivian
Apr 22, 2011 Vivian rated it really liked it
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This is a fantastic study of music in Athens with a fair background to the foundations during Homeric times through the fall in 404 BC. Bundrick does a fine job of elucidating the various manifestations of myths and how they change in regards to music. It makes clear the fluidity of stories, or creep and shows that the interpretation that is popular in theory today wasn't always and quite possibly won't be in the future.

Excellent resource and a keeper.
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I am an art historian and professor at a state university in Florida, where I have lived since 2001. I grew up just outside Atlanta and earned my BA, MA, and PhD in art history at Emory University. My academic specialty is ancient art; my book "Music and Image in Classical Athens" is loosely based on my dissertation. "Sunflowers" is my first novel and was an opportunity for me to explore more deep ...more
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