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This figure represents the Phrygian/Hypophrygian scales produced by the Louvre Aulos, discussed in detail in Lynch 2023.This setting is consistent with the Classical and Hellenistic evidence discussed in Lynch 2022a–b, and especially with Athenaeus' Paean (DAGM 20).
Lynch, T. A.C., 2022a ‘Unlocking the Riddles of Classical Greek Melodies I: Dorian Keys to the Harmonic Revolution of the New Music and the Hellenistic Musical Documents’, Greek and Roman Musical Studies 10.2, 383-415. High-res file on Academia.edu
Lynch, T. A.C., 2022b ‘Unlocking the Riddles of Classical Greek Melodies II: the Revolution of the New Music in the Ashmolean Papyri (DAGM 5–6) and Athenaeus’ Paean (DAGM 20)’, Greek and Roman Musical Studies 10.2, 416-467. High-res file on Academia.edu
Lynch, T.A.C., 2023. Ancient Greek melodies and the invention of the harmonic system: from Euripides to Early Christianity. Monograph in preparation (over 80000 words).
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