10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHORMINGES»
Discover the use of phorminges
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to phorminges
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The History of the Violin: And Other Instruments Played on ...
Some further particulars will be found in " Musonii Philosophi Opus de Luxu
Graecorum," in the eighth volume of Gronovius's " Thesaurus," including the
scindaphos, pariambos, clepsiambos, lyrophcenicion, spadix, phorminges,
William Sandys, Simon Andrew Forster, 1864
The History of the Violin and Other Instruments Played on ...
Some further particulars will be found in “ Musonii Philosophi Opus de Luxu
Graacorum," in the eighth volume of Gronovius's “ Thesaurus,” including the
scindaphos, pariambos, clepsiambos, lyrophoanicion, spadix, phorminges,
William Sandys, Andrew Forster, 1864
Patrologiae Cursus Completus: Series Latina: Sive, ...
6, lsidorum more (AL, мхтйбц), phorminges, pliœnix, xpadix, etc. Hœc с
perstittosa, qua genethliaca et judiciarin_dicitur, merito damnata est, quamvis
iiieptissimi. Catiilli, iihi de tibiarum materia agit. N. 5. Calamus n. est prop. arb.
lsidorus, sive ...
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, fpadix, ¿\g, ÄvpotyiviKiov , " ¡cÄi-tyictfjLßoc , 7rupia,y.ßog , lyrophœnicium ,
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Performance in Greek and Roman Theatre
140a.61, where the multiple phorminges are also described as Aryvoqpapo'zywv,
'shrill-voiced'), 6001i 'shouts' (Pindar Pyth. 10.39), évorro'iv 'crying' or 'screaming'
(Eur. Ion 882), loiXo'iv 'shout' (Eur. IA 1039) or the more neutral opqao'i ...
George William Mallory Harrison, Vaios Liapēs, Vayos Liapis, 2013
Greek Musical Writings: Volume 1, The Musician and His Art
girls led the lovely dance with the music of phorminges. On either side young
men sported to the sound of the aulos, some playing games with dance and song
, some going forward laughing, each to the music of an aulete.16 Festivities and ...
Sappho's Immortal Daughters
Young men whirled in the dance, while among them auloi [pipes] and
phorminges [lyres] gave forth their voice; and the women stood in the doorway
admiring the sight. (Iliad 18.492-496, tr. Barker) The Odyssey includes a brief
glimpse of ...
Margaret Williamson, 1995
The Theatricality of Greek Tragedy: Playing Space and Chorus
... of narration.4 In the first of the vignettes from the shield, the context is that of
weddings and a loud wedding song, and a dance of young men is mentioned,
with both auloi and phorminges among them, and women watching from
Greek Poetry and Philosophy: Studies in Honour of Leonard ...
A hateful report holds Phalaris everywhere nor even do phorminges under roofs
accept him as a malthakos subject which they will share with the song of boys. To
be successful is the first of prizes and to be well spoken of has the second ...
Leonard Woodbury, Douglas E. Gerber, 1984
The archaeology of early music cultures: Third International ...
No longer able to take an active part in the cult of Cybele, Alexis gave his
cymbals and his Phrygian auloi to the Goddess (ibid.:VI.51). Offerings of
phorminges, syringes, and trumpets are also mentioned. Epigraphy confirms that
such customs ...
ICTM Study Group on Music Archaeology. International Meeting, Ellen Hickmann, Dr. David W. Hughes, 1988