Quellentexte

Öffnet internen Link im aktuellen FensterSeneca, epistulae morales XI 84,10.

Literatur

RE III 2 (Stuttgart 1899) 2373-2404 s.v. Chor (Reisch) (Öffnet externen Link in neuem Fensterwikisource)

F.G. Naerebout, Attractive Performances: Αncient Greek Dance (Amsterdam 1997)

Bernd Seidensticker, The Chorus in Greek Satyrplay, in: Eric Csapo – M.C. Miller (Hrsg.), Poetry, Theory, Praxis (Oxford 2003) 100-121.

Eric Csapo, 'Star Choruses: Eleusis, Orphism, and New Musical Imagery and Dance', in: M. Revermann - P. Wilson (Hrsg.), Performance, Iconography, Reception: Studies in Honour of Oliver Taplin (Oxford 2008) 262-290 (Öffnet externen Link in neuem Fensteracademia.edu)

T. Power, Cyberchorus: Pindar’s Κηληδόνες and the Aura of the Artificial, in: L. Athanassaki - E. Bowie (Hrsg.), Archaic and Classical Choral Song: Performance, Politics and Dissemination (Berlin 2011) 67-114.

Anastasia-Erasmia Peponi, Theorizing the Chorus in Greece, in: J. Billings - F. Budelmann - F. Macintosh (Hrsg.), Choruses, Ancient and Modern (Oxford 2013) 15-34 (Öffnet externen Link in neuem Fensteracademia.edu).

Renaud Gagné - M.G. Hopman (Hrsg.), Choral Mediations in Greek Drama (Cambridge 2013)
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Marianne Govers Hopman, Introduction: The Chorus in the Middle” (with R. Gagné) 1-34 (Öffnet externen Link in neuem Fensteracademia.edu)
Marianne Govers Hopman, Chorus, Conflict and Closure in Aeschylus’ Persians, 58-77 (Öffnet externen Link in neuem Fensteracademia.edu)

James H. Collins, Dancing the Virtues, Becoming Virtuous: procedural memory and ethical presence, Ramus 42, 1-2, 183-206 (Öffnet externen Link in neuem Fensteracademia.edu)

M. Wellenbach, The Iconography of Dionysiac Choroi: Dithyramb, Tragedy, and the Basel Krater, GRBS 55, 2015, 72–103.

Luigi Battezzato - Marco Catrambone, The Tragic Chorus - Oxford Bibliographies in Classics (Oxford 2016) (Öffnet externen Link in neuem Fensteracademia.edu)

Laura Gianvittorio (Hrsg.), Choreutika Performing and theorising Dance in ancient Greece (Rom 2017),
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Frederick G. Naerebout , Moving in unison. The Greek chorus in performance, 39 ff.
Patrick J. Finglass, Dancing with Stesichorus 67 ff.
Laura Gianvittorio, A dance of death. Evidence about atragic dance of mourning 90 ff.
Eric Csapo, Imagining the shape of choral dance and inventing the cultic in Euripides’ later tragedies , 119 ff. (Öffnet externen Link in neuem Fensteracademia.edu)
Sophie Marianne Bocksberger, Dance as silent poetry, poetry as speaking dance: the poetics of orchesis 159 ff.
Eleonora Rocconi, Moving the soul through the immovable: dance and mimesis in fourth-century Greece, 178 ff.
Stefan Hagel, Language and dance: a non-Platonising view 198 ff.
Anastasia-Erasmia Peponi, Aristotle’s definition of dance 215 ff.