Rythmes, musiques et danses dans les vers 209 à 220 des Grenouilles d’Aristophane

TitleRythmes, musiques et danses dans les vers 209 à 220 des Grenouilles d’Aristophane
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsDelavaud-Roux, M-H
EditorDelavaud-Roux, M-H
Ancient AuthorsAristophanes Comic. (TLG 0019)
Book TitleMusiques et danses dans l' Antiquité. Actes du colloque international de Brest, 29 - 30 septembre 2006, Université de Bretagne Occidentale
Series TitleCollection Histoire: Série Histoire ancienne
Pagination209-224
PublisherPresses Universitaires de Rennes
CityRennes
ISBN9782753512818
Abstract

We reconstruct the beginning of the parodos of froggs, with Cécile Corbel-Morana’s works (Le bestiaire d’Aristophane), Philippe Brunet’s record (we used it to learn how say the text) but with original hypotheses : the choir sings and dances at the same time, with a plaster mask (we made it) even if we run out of breath when we dance; the choreography uses the metric of the text and translate it in two rhythms (2/4 and 6/8); It is different than Germaine Prudhommeau’s reconstruction, too much inspired by ballet, and it uses sometimes the kômos gestures because the froggs say in 215-218 that they sing a kômos for Dionysos Nyseios. [p. 315]

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