Musical Design in Sophoclean Theater download epub
by William C. Scott
A new way to interpret the musical design underlying the music and choreography of Sophoclean theater. Dartmouth Professor of Classics at Dartmouth College, WILLIAM . COTT's most recent book is Plato's The Republic (1985).
A new way to interpret the musical design underlying the music and choreography of Sophoclean theater. Hardcover: 352 pages.
Analyzing the play as performed-its full expression in words, music, and dance-Scott finds that Sophocles' metrical patterns are not a secondary detail of the plays but a central feature of their musical organization.
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Scott, William C. (William Clyde), 1937-. Note: Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College Press; University Press of New England, c1996. Subject: Sophocles - Dramatic production.
1 online resource (xxi, 228 pages). Essential for those who want to see ancient plays produced-either physically in the theater or imaginatively in their own minds. Includes bibliographical references (pages 223-224) and index. Print version record.
Essential for those who want to see ancient plays produced-either physically in the theater or imaginatively in their own minds. 12913/?tag prabook0b-20. William C. Scott has been listed as a noteworthy Classics and drama educator by Marquis Cd. Works.
Pp. xix + 330. Hanover, NH and London: University Press of New England, 1996. ISBN: 0-87451-739-7 ScottW. Design considerations for a versatile and efficient modern television theater include special attention to audience seating and technical control. Major design areas discussed are (1) the architectural considerations for mechanized seating and variable audience arrangements and (2) electronic and human engineering problems involved in developing a facility of this kind. Pp.
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