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Intro -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Reflections of choral song in early hexameter poetry -- Alcman's first Partheneion and the song the Sirens sang -- Cyberchorus: Pindar's Κηληδόνες and the aura of the artificial -- Enunciative fiction and poetic performance. Choral voices in Bacchylides' epinicians -- Eros and praise in early Greek lyric -- The parrhesia of young female choruses in Ancient Greece -- A second look at the poetics of re-enactment in Ode 13 of Bacchylides -- The Ceians and their choral lyric: Athenian, epichoric and pan-Hellenic perspectives -- Song, politics, and cultural memory: Pindar's Pythian 7 and the Alcmaeonid temple of Apollo -- Epinician choregia: funding a Pindaric chorus -- Pindar and the Aeginetan patrai: Pindar's intersecting audiences -- Olympians 1-3: A song cycle? -- The dissemination of Pindar's non-epinician choral lyric -- Choral self-awareness: on the introductory anapaests of Aeschylus' Supplices -- Epinician and tragic Worlds: the case of Sophocles' Trachiniae -- Alcman at the end of Aristophanes' Lysistrata: ritual interchorality -- Alcman: from Laconia to Alexandria -- Bibliography -- List of Contributors -- Index of proper names and subjects -- Index locorum.
Trends in Classics, a new series and journal to be edited by Franco Montanari and Antonios Rengakos, will publish innovative, interdisciplinary work which brings to the study of Greek and Latin texts the insights and methods of related disciplines such as narratology, intertextuality, reader-response criticism, and oral poetics. Both publications will seek to publish research across the full range of classical antiquity. The series Trends in Classics Studies welcomes monographs, edited volumes, conference proceedings and collections of papers; it will provide an important forum for the ongoing debate about where Classics fits in modern cultural and historical studies. The journal Trends in Classics will be published twice a year with approx. 160 pp. per issue. Each year one issue will be devoted to a specific subject with articles edited by a guest editor.
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