Without Timotheus, much of our melopoiia would not exist; but without Phrynis, there wouldn’t have been Timotheus”: Pherecrates’ twelve strings, the strobilos and the harmonic paranomia of the New Music
Dr Tosca Lynch: List of publications
The seductive voice of the aulos in Plato’s Symposium: from the dismissal of the auletris to Alcibiades’ praise of Socrates-auletes
Reconstructing Damon: Music, Wisdom Teaching and Politics in Perikles’ Athens , written by Wallace, R. W.
The Symphony of Temperance in Republic 4: Musical Imagery and Practical Models
ARSIS AND THESIS IN ANCIENT RHYTHMICS AND METRICS: A NEW APPROACH
Why are only the Dorian and Phrygian harmoniai accepted in Plato’s Kallipolis? Lyre vs. Aulos
Musical education in Greece and Rome
'Tuning the lyre, tuning the soul’: harmonía and the kósmos of the soul between Plato’s Republic and Timaeus.
‘Tuning The Lyre, Tuning The Soul’: Harmonía And The Kósmos Of The Soul Between Plato’s Republic And Timaeus