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The lists of publications on this page aim to complement Douglas E. Gerber extensive and annotated bibliographies of archaic and classical Greek lyric, and iambic and elegiac poetry for the years 1920-1989:

  • Gerber, Douglas E. (1989) 'Pindar and Bacchylides 1934-1987', Lustrum 31: 97-269.
  • Gerber, Douglas E. (1990) 'Pindar and Bacchylides 1934-1987 (Continuation)', Lustrum 32: 7-98.
  • Gerber, Douglas E. (1991) 'Early Greek elegy and iambus 1921-1989', Lustrum 33: 7-225 and 401-10.
  • Gerber, Douglas E. (1993) 'Greek lyric poetry since 1920. Part I: General, Lesbian poets', Lustrum 35: 7-179.
  • Gerber, Douglas E. (1994) 'Greek lyric poetry since 1920. Part II: From Alcman to fragmenta adespota', Lustrum 36: 7-188 and 285-97.

See, too, Arlette Neumann-Hartmann recently published bibliography for Pindar and Bacchylides covering the years 1988 - 2007:

  • Neumann-Hartmann, Arlette (2010) 'Pindar und Bakchylides (1988–2007)', Lustrum: Internationale Forschungsberichte aus dem Bereich des klassischen Altertums 52: 181–463.

Our aim is to provide a bibliography that contains relevant publications on archaic and classical Greek poetry (including the choruses of classical drama) especially after 1989. The bibliography follows Gerber's division into genres and ancient poets, but one can also use the 'search' function in the left sidebar in order to find publications. Another way to search through the documents is to use the CTRL-F search function of your browser. In this way, one can more conveniently search for specific words in publications. Unfortunately, it is still impossible to search for themes or keywords that are not mentioned in the title.


Contents

Greek Song General

General

  • Alexiou, M. (2002) The Ritual Lament in Greek Tradition. Second edition revised by D. Yatromanolakis and P. Roilos. Lanham/Oxford.
  • Bagordo, A. (2011) 'Lyrik', in: Handbuch der griechischen Literatur der Antike, Bd. I, Zimmermann, Bernhard (ed.) München.
  • Boedeker, D. (1984) 'Descent from Heaven: Images of Dew in Greek Poetry and Religion', American Classical Studies 13.
  • Bowie, E. (2010) 'The Trojan War's Reception in Early Greek Lyric, Iambic and Elegiac Poetry' in: Intentional History. Spinning Time in Ancient Greece eds. L. Foxhall, H.-J. Gehrke, N. Luraghi. Stuttgart: 57-87.
  • Briand, M. (2011), « De la parure à l’harmonie du monde : esthétique et idéologie du kosmos dans la poésie mélique grecque archaïque », L. Bodiou, Fl. Gherchanoc, V. Huet, V. Mehl, Parures et artifices : le corps exposé dans l’Antiquité, L’Harmattan, p. 217-232.
  • Briand, M. (2012), « Pour un parallèle intempestif. Poètes norvégiennes contemporaines / grecques anciennes », in Le Pan poétique des muses | Revue internationale de poésie entre théories & pratiques : « Poésie, Danse & Genre » [En ligne], n°2|Automne 2012, http://0z.fr/wZC2S
  • Briand, M. (2013), "Un genre, des genres, pas de genre : sur les désignations et les pratiques grecques anciennes de la poésie d’éloge", in Alain Bègue (ed.), La poesía epidíctica del Siglo de Oro y sus antecedentes (I). Versos de elogío, Editorial Academía del Hispanismo, Vigo, p. 19-41
  • Budelmann, F. (ed.) (2009) The Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric. Cambridge.
    • Contents: 1. Introducing Greek lyric Felix Budelmann; Part I. Contexts and Topics: 2. Genre, occasion and performance Chris Carey; 3. Greek lyric and the politics and sociologies of archaic and classical Greek communities Simon Hornblower; 4. Greek lyric and gender Eva Stehle; 5. Greek lyric and the place of humans in the world Mark Griffith; 6. Greek lyric and early Greek literary history Barbara Graziosi and Johannes Haubold; 7. Language and pragmatics Giovan Battista D'Alessio; 8. Metre and music Luigi Battezzato; Part II. Poets and Traditions: 9. Iambos Chris Carey; 10. Elegy Antonio Aloni; 11. Alcman, Stesichorus and Ibycus Eveline Krummen; 12. Alcaeus and Sappho Dimitrios Yatromanolakis; 13. Anacreon and the Anacreontea Felix Budelmann; 14. Simonides, Pindar and Bacchylides Hayden Pelliccia; 15. Ancient Greek popular song Dimitrios Yatromanolakis; 16. Timotheus the New Musician Eric Csapo and Peter Wilson; Part III. Reception: 17. Lyric in the Hellenistic period and beyond Silvia Barbantani; 18. Lyric in Rome Alessandro Barchiesi; 19. Greek lyric from the Renaissance to the eighteenth century Pantelis Michelakis; 20. Sappho and Pindar the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Margaret Williamson; 21. Lyric and lyrics: perspectives, ancient and modern Michael Silk.
  • Calame, C. (1998) 'La poésie lyrique grecque, un genre inexistant?'€™, Littérature 11: 87–110. (English translation in preparation for Readings in Greek Lyric, ed. I. Rutherford. Oxford.)
  • Cavarzere, A., Aloni, A. and Barchiesi, A. (eds.) (2001) Iambic Ideas: Essays on a Poetic Tradition from Archaic Greece to the Late Roman Empire, Lanham, Md. and Oxford. Reviewed by C. Keane BMCR 2002.07.35
  • Dougherty, C. (1994) '€˜Archaic Greek foundation poetry: questions of genre and occasion'€™, JHS 114: 35–46.
  • Fowler, B.H. (1992) Archaic Greek Poetry: An Anthology. Madison, Wis.
  • Franklin, J.C. (2013) “‘Song-Benders of Circular Choruses’: Dithyramb and the ‘Demise of Music‘“, in Wilson, P./ Kowalzig, B. (eds.), Dithyramb in Context, Oxford: 213–36.
  • Franklin, J.C. (2016) Kinyras: The Divine Lyre. (Hellenic Studies 70), Washington D.C..
  • Franklin, J.C. (2007) “‘A Feast of Music’: The Greco-Lydian Musical Movement on the Assyrian Periphery“, in Collins, B. J./Bachvarova, M./ Rutherford, I. (eds.), Anatolian Interfaces: Hittites, Greeks and Their Neighbors, Oxford: 193–203.
  • Franklin, J.C. 2003) “The Language of Musical Technique in Greek Epic Diction“, Gaia. Revue interdisciplinaire sur la Grèce archaïque 7: 295-307.
  • Gentili, B. (1990) Poetry and its Public in Ancient Greece. Baltimore. Reviewed by S.D. Olson BMCR 02.02.06
  • Gentili, B. and Catenacci, C. (2007) Polinnia. Poesia greca arcaica. Terza edizione. Firenze. Contains elegiac, iambic and lyric poetry with introduction and commentary. Reviewed by L. Athanassaki (2008) BMCR 2008.04.23.
  • Gentili, B. and Lomiento, L. (2008) Metrics and Rhythmics: History of Poetic Forms in Ancient Greece (English translation by E. Christian Kopff of 2003 edition: Metrica e ritmica: Storia delle forme poetiche nella Grecia antica. Milan. Review: BMCR 2004.09.09). Studi di metrica classica 12. Pisa/Roma: Fabrizio Serra Editore. Reviewed by A. Tessier BMCR 2009.11.31.
  • Gerber, D.E. (1997) (ed.) A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets. Leiden.
    • Contents: Iambos (Archilochus, Semonides, Hipponax) - Christopher Brown. Elegy (Callinus, Tyrtaeus, Mimnermus, Solon, Theognis, Xenophanes) - Douglas Gerber. Personal poetry (Alcaeus, Sappho,Ibycus, Anacreon, Corrina) - Bonnie Maclachan. Public poetry (Alcman, Stesichorus, Simonides, Pindar, Bacchylides) - Emmet Robbins.
  • Gerber, D.E. (2003) 'Λοξός with reference to the Eyes and Neck in Greek Poetry' in: Studi di Filologia e Tradizione Greca in memoria di Aristide Colonna, eds. F. Benedetti and S. Grandolini. Napoli, vol. 1: 355-358.
  • Goldhill, S. (1991) The Poet’s Voice: Essays on Poetics and Greek Literature. Cambridge.
  • Graziosi, B. (2002) Inventing Homer. The Early Reception of Epic. Cambridge. About the reception of Homer in lyric, elegy and iambus.
  • Griffith, M. (1990) '€˜Contest and contradiction in early Greek poetry'€™, in Cabinet of the Muses: Essays on Classical and Comparative Literature in Honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, ed. M. Griffith and D. Mastronarde. Atlanta: 185–207.
  • Griffiths, A. (1995) '€˜Non-aristocratic elements in archaic poetry'€™, in The Greek World, ed. A. Powell. London: 85–103.
  • Hunter, R.L. and Rutherford, I. (eds.) (2009) Wandering Poets in Ancient Greek Culture. Travel, locality and Pan-Hellenism. Cambridge. Table of contents Reviewed by R. Roosevelt BMCR 2010.01.55
  • Hutchinson, G.O. (ed.) (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Ieranò, G. (1997) Il Ditirambo di Dioniso. Pisa and Rome. [Testimonia on dithyramb, with commentary]
  • Jones, G.S. (2008) Singing the Skolion: a Study of Poetics and Politics in Ancient Greece. Ph.D. Diss. Johns Hopkins University.
    • My dissertation collects and examines for the first time all testimonia related to the skolion and all surviving songs identified as skolia. I offer a new definition of the term based on the three elements of melic genre: occasion, content, style. I also examine the Panhellenization and historical development of the genre with special attention paid to the political implications of the Attic skolia.
  • Klinck, Anne L. (2008) Woman's songs in Ancient Greece. Montreal. Reviewed by M.R. Lefkowitz BMCR 2009.06.56
  • Kurke, Leslie (2000) 'The Strangeness of 'Song Culture'€™: Archaic Greek Poetry', in Literature in the Greek & Roman Worlds: A New Perspective, ed. O. Taplin. Oxford University Press: 58-87.
  • Kurke, Leslie (2007) 'Archaic Greek Poetry', in The Cambridge Companion to Archaic Greece, ed. H. Alan Shapiro. Cambridge: 141-68. Reviewed by A. Kühr BMCR 2008.01.13.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (1995) Wisdom in Context: The Use of Gnomic Statements in Archaic Greek Poetry. Ph.D. Diss. Princeton University.
  • Lattmann, C. (2005) 'Die Dichtungsklassifikation des Aristoteles. Eine neue Interpretation von Aristot. poet. 1448a19–24', Philologus 149: 28-€“51. Abstract.
  • MacLachlan, B. (1993) The Age of Grace: Charis in Early Greek Poetry. Princeton. Reviewed by M.R. Halleran BMCR 94.02.17
  • Malhomme, Florence and Anne Gabrièle Wersinger (eds.) (2007) Mousike et Arete. La mousique et l'éthique de l'antiquité à l'âge moderne. Actes du colloque international tenu en Sorbonne les 15-17 décembre 2003. Paris: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin. Reviewed by Raffa, Massimo (2008) BMCR 2008.03.20.
  • Martin, R. (2009) 'Gnomes in Poems: Wisdom Performance on the Athenian Stage', in Antiphílesis: Studies on Classical,Byzantine and Modern Greek Literature and Culture. In Honour of Professor John-Theophanes A. Papademetriou. eds. E. Karamalengou and E.D. Makrygianni. Stuttgart: 116-27.
  • Mojsik, T. (2011) Between Tradition and Innovation: Genealogy, Names and the Number of the Muses. Akme. Studia historica, 9. Warszawa. Reviewed by P. Murray BMCR 2012-09.56.
  • Nagy, G. (1997) The Best of the Achaeans: Concepts of the Hero in Archaic Greek Poetry. Johns Hopkins University Press (revised edition; first published in 1979). Free-to-view online edition. More information is available at Intute, catalogued by Emma Bridges.
  • Nagy, G. (2009) 'Perfecting the Hymn in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo'€™ in Apolline Politics and Poetics, L. Athanassaki, R.P. Martin, and J.F. Miller (eds.), Athens: 17-44.
  • Nobili, C.(2006) 'Motivi della poesia nuziale in Odissea VI 149-185', Rendiconti dell'Istituto lombardo di scienze e lettere. Classe di lettere e scienze morali 140: 59-74. It investigates the precence of motifs typical of wedding song in Odyssey 6.
  • Nobili, C (2016) Corone di gloria. Epigrammi agonistici ed epinici dal VII al IV sec. a.C., Alessandria.
  • Riu, X., Pòrtulas, J (eds.) (2012) Approaches to Greek Poetry. Messina.
  • Swift, L. (2015) ‘Lyric Visions of Epic Combat: The Spectacle of War in Archaic Personal Song’, in War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Combat, eds A. Bakogianni and V. Hope. London: 93-109.
  • Thomas, R. (1995) '€˜The place of the poet in archaic society'€™, in The Greek World, ed. A. Powell. London: 104-29.
  • Vetta, M. (1999) Symposion: Antologia della lirica greca. Naples.
  • Wilson, P. (ed.) (2007) The Greek Theatre and Festivals. Documentary Studies. Oxford Studies in Ancient Documents. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Table of Contents. Reviewed by R. Mitchell-Boyask BMCR 2008.05.24.

Metre, music and musical instruments

  • Anderson, W. D. (1994) Music and Musicians in Ancient Greece. Ithaca, NY.
  • Barker, A. (1984) Greek Musical Writings. Vol. I: The Musician and His Art. Cambridge. Table of Contents.
  • Barker, A. (1989) Greek Musical Writings. Vol. II: Harmonic and Acoustic Theory. Cambridge. Table of Contents.
  • Barker, A. (1995) 'Heterophonia and poikilia: accompaniments to Greek melody'€™, in Mousike. Metrica, ritmica e musica greca in memoria di Giovanni Comotti, eds. B. Gentili and F. Perusino. Pisa: 41-60.
  • Barker, A. (2001) 'Armonica'€™ in Storia della Scienza, vol. 1, S. Petruccioli (ed.), Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana. Rome: 909-926.
  • Barker, A. (2005) Psicomusicologia nella Grecia Antica. A cura di Angelo Meriani. Università degli Studi di Salerno. Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità . Napoli. Reviewed by Raffa, Massimo BMCR 2006.06.08.
  • Bélis, A. (1999) Les musiciens dans l’antiquité. Paris.
  • Bundrick, S.D. (2005) Music and Image in Classical Athens. Cambridge. Reviewed by S. Gibson BMCR 2006.07.46
  • Budelmann, F. (2001) '€˜Sound and text: the rhythm and metre of archaic and classical Greek poetry in ancient and Byzantine scholarship'€™, in Homer,Tragedy and Beyond: Essays in Honour of P. E. Easterling, ed. F. Budelmann and P. Michelakis. London: 209–40.
  • D'Angour, A. (2006) 'The New Music - so what'€™s new?' in Rethinking Revolutions through Ancient Greece, eds. Goldhill and Osborne. Cambridge: 264-283.
  • Ford, A. (1988) 'The Classical Definition of rhapsôdia', Classical Philology 83: 300-307.
  • Franklin, J.C. (2002) 'Musical Syncretism and the Greek Orientalizing Period' in Archäologie früher Klangerzeugung und Tonordnungen, eds. E. Hickmann and R. Eichmann. Serie Studien zur Musikarchäologie, Orient-Archäologie. Rahden: 441-51. PDF. Abstract.
  • Franklin, J.C. (2002) 'Diatonic Music in Greece: a Reassessment of its Antiquity', Mnemosyne 56.1: 669-702. PDF. Abstract.
  • Franklin, J.C. (2003) 'The Language of Musical Technique in Greek Epic Diction', Gaia. Revue interdisciplinaire sur la Grèce archaïque 7: 295-307. PDF. Abstract.
  • Franklin, J.C. (2004) 'Structural Sympathies in Ancient Greek and South Slavic Heroic Singing' in Hickmann, E. & Eichmann, R. (eds.), Musikarchäologische Quellengruppen: Bodenurkunden, mündliche Überlieferung, Aufzeichnung. PDF
  • Franklin, J.C. (2005) 'Hearing Greek Microtones', with audio CD in Ancient Greek Music in Performance, eds. Hagel, S. and Harrauer, Ch. Wiener Studien Beiheft 29 Vienna. From a paper and audio-demonstration (with Virtual Lyre), delivered at Performing Ancient Greek Music Today, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna, September 29-October 1, 2003. PDF. Abstract.
  • Franklin, J.C. (2006) '€˜The Wisdom of the Lyre: Soundings in Ancient Greece, Cyprus and the Near East', Musikarchäologie im Kontext: Archäologische Befunde, historische Zusammenhänge, soziokulturelle Beziehungen. eds. E. Hickmann & R. Eichmann: 379-98. PDF
  • Franklin, J.C. (2006) 'Lyre Gods of the Bronze Age Musical Koine' in The Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 6.2: 39–70. PDF
  • Franklin, J.C. (2010) 'Remembering Music in Early Greece', in The Historiography of Music in Global Perspective. ed. S. Mirelman. Piscataway. 9–50. PDF
  • Franklin, J. C. (2012) 'The Lesbian Singers: Towards a Reconstruction of Hellanicus'€™ Karneian Victors.'€ In Poesia, musica e agoni nella Grecia antica eds. D. Castaldo, F. Giannachi & A. Manieri. Galatina: 720-764 PDF
  • Franklin, J. C. (2014) “Ethnicity and Musical Identity in the Lyric Landscape of Early Cyprus”, Greek and Roman Musical Studies 2: 146–76.
  • Franklin, J. C. (2011) “Music”, “Aulos” and “Phorminx” in Finkelberg, M. (ed.), The Homer Encyclopedia (Oxford), s.vv.
  • Franklin, J. C. (2008) “Realizations in Ancient Greek Music: Beyond the Fragments“ (with CD selections), in Hickmann, E./Eichmann, R./Both, A. A. (eds.), Challenges and Objectives in Music Archaeology. Papers from the 5th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology at the Ethnological Museum, State Museums Berlin, 19-23 September, 2006. Studien zur Musikarchäologie 6/Orient-Archäologie 22 (Rahden,): 323–6
  • Franklin, J. C. (in press) “Epicentric Tonality and the Greek Lyric Tradition”, in A. D’Angour/T. Phillips (ed.), Music and Text in Ancient Greece (Cambridge, in press).
  • Franklin, J. C. (in press) “A Musical Maze for Asklepios? An Archaeoacoustic Assessment of the Thymele at Epidauros”, in Schultz, P., et al., The Thymele at Epidauros: Healing, Space, and Musical Performance in Late Classical Greece (in press).
  • Franklin, J. C. (in press) “THEIOS AOIDOS: A New Reading of the Lyre-Player Group of Seals”, Gaia. Revue interdisciplinaire sur la Grèce archaïque 18.
  • Gentili, B. and Perusino, F. (eds.) (1999) La colometria antica dei testi poetici greci. Pisa and Rome. Reviewed by H. Perdicoyianni-Paléologou BMCR 2000.07.12
  • Levin, F.R. (2009) Greek reflections on the nature of music. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. Reviewed by C. Marchetti BMCR 2009.12.34.
  • Martinelli, M.C. (1995) Gli strumenti del poeta: elementi di metrica greca. Bologna.
  • Mathiesen, T.J. (1999) Apollo’s Lyre: Greek Music and Music Theory in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Lincoln, Nebr. and London.
  • Murray, P. and Wilson, P. (eds.) (2004) Music and the Muses: The Culture of Mousike in the Classical Athenian City. Oxford. Table of Contents. Reviewed by M. WrightBMCR 2004.07.16 and M. Raffa Aestimatio 2: 109-€“119, PDF.
  • Nagy, G. (1996) 'Metrical convergences and divergences in early Greek poetry and song'€™, in Struttura e storia dell’esametro omerico, ed. M. Fantuzzi and R. Pretagostini, vol. II. Rome: 63â€-110. (Revised version of Nagy 1990: 439–64.)
  • Nicolai, R.(ed.)(2003) Rysmos: Studi di poesia, metrica e musica greca, Rome.
  • Pöhlmann, E. and West, M.L. (eds.) (2001) Documents of Ancient Greek Music. Oxford. Reviewed by. W.A. Johnson BMCR 2003.04.08
  • Psaroudaki“s, S. (1995) 'Acoustic study of the aulos by the method of physical modeling. Report' in International conference “Physical modeling in music (ancient instruments, singing/speech, psychoacoustics)”, Aristotle University of Thessalonikē – Program of Psychoacoustics, Thessalonikē, 10-12 July. Proceedings.
  • Psaroudaki“s, S. (2000) 'The arm-crossbar junction of the Classical Hellenic kithara', in Studien zur Musikarchäologie II. Music Archaeology of early Metal Ages. Papers from the 1st Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology at Monastery Michaelstein, 18-24 May, 1998, eds. E. Hickmann, I. Laufs, R. Eichmann. Orient-Archäologie 7. Rahden: 263-78.
  • Psaroudaki“s, S. (2002) 'The aulos of Argithea', in Studien zur Musikarchäologie III. The archaeology of sound: origin and organisation. Papers from the 2nd Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology at Monastery Michaelstein, 17-23 September, 2000 & Music Archaeology in the Aegean and Anatolia. Papers from the Colloquium on Music Archaeology organised by the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (Istanbul) in cooperation with the ICTM-Study Group on Music Archaeology and the Institut Français d’Archéologie (Istanbul), Minar Sinan University, Istanbul, 12-16 April, 1993. (Orient-Archäologie, 10), eds. E. Hickmann, A. Kilmer, R. Eichmann. Rahden: 335-66.
  • Psaroudakis, S. (2004) 'The Orestes Papyrus: some thoughts on the dubious musical signs', in Studien zur Musikarchäologie IV. Musical archaeological sources: finds, oral transmission, written evidence. Papers from the 3rd Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology at Monastery Michaelstein, 9-16 June, 2002, and other contributions. (Orient-Archäologie, 15), eds. E. Hickmann, I. Laufs, R. Eichmann. Rahden, Westf: Marie Leidorf GmbH: 471-92.
  • Psaroudaki“s, S. (2004) 'Archaeomusicology and ethnomusicology in dialogue', Ευλιμένη 4: 189-200. This paper addresses a variety of issues in archaeomusicology, including song and its interpretation, mainly in the domain on "performance style", as opposed to that of "composition style".
  • Ψαρουδάκης, Στέλιος (1998) «Τα μουσικά όργανα των αρχαίων Ελλήνων», Καθημερινή – Επτά Ημέρες, Κυριακή 18 Ιανουαρίου: 2-6.
  • Ψαρουδάκης, Στέλιος (2001) «Η αρχαία ελληνική μουσική σημειογραφία. Οι πρόσφατες απόψεις του Egert Pöhlmann», Μούσα 8-9: 78-93. (in modern Greek)
  • * Ψαρουδάκης, Στέλιος (2003) «Πρωτογενή αερόφωνα και η αβέβαιη μαρτυρία του Δισπηλιού», Πολυφωνία 2: 7-20. (in modern Greek) This article compares the neolithic dispelio "aulos" (lake kastoria, makedonia) with other neolithic musical pipes from this country and the rest of the world (pure organological study). The find does not exhibit the characteristics of the other musical pipes, and as a result, we cannot hold with certainty that is was used as an aulos.
  • Ψαρουδάκης, Στέλιος & Χρήστος Τερζής (2007) «Ανθολόγιον – Μέτρα και μέλη από την ελληνική αρχαιότητα», in DVD Εν Χορδαίς και Οργάνοις – Ένα πανόραμα της ελληνικής μουσικής. Συναυλία του Τμήματος Μουσικών Σπουδών του Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών, Παρασκευή 4 Μαΐου 2007. Μέρος πρώτο. Αθήνα: Εθνικό και Καποδιστριακό Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών.
  • Ψαρουδάκης, Στέλιος (2007) «Αρχαία ελληνική μουσική», in Μουσική, Απόστολος Κώστιος (ed.). Αθήνα: Εκδοτική Αθηνών: 201-15. Originally published in (1999) in Ελληνική Εκπαιδευτική Εγκυκλοπαίδεια. Vol. 28. Θέατρο, Κινηματογράφος, Μουσική, Χορός. Αθήνα: 28-33. (in modern Greek)
  • Ψαρουδάκης, Στέλιος & Σωτηρία Αδάμ (2004) «Ύε Κύε. Οι Ολυμπιακοί αγώνες στην αρχαιότητα». CD containing ancient Hellenic song and modern musical compositions inspired by it. Part of the volume: Μαρία Καΐλα & Georges Thill & Έλενα Θεοδωροπούλου & Γιώτα Ξανθάκου (edd.), Ύε Κύε. Οι Ολυμπιακοί αγώνες στην αρχαιότητα. Αθήνα: Ατραπός. Contribution to the CD (recittion, song, lyre) with the songs: Εις Μούσαν, «Εις Καλλιόπην και Απόλλωνα», «Εις Φοίβον», Εις Ήλιον. Accompanying notes on pp. 220-23 of the book.
    • The disc, apart from two modern compositions, contains performances of three ancient hellenic hymns by mesomedes of crete (2nd century AD), accompanied by a reconstructed chelys-lyre.
  • Restani, D. (ed.) (1995) Musica e mito nella Grecia antica. Bologna.
  • Rocconi, E. (1998) '€˜Harmoniai e teoria dei gene musicali nella Grecia antica'€™, SemRom 1.2: 345-64.
  • Sicking, C.M.J. (1993) Griechische Verslehre. (Handbuch der Altertumswissenschaft 2.4). Munich.
  • Steinrück, M. (2007) A quoi sert la métrique? Interprétation littéraire et analyse des formes métriques grecques: Une introduction. Avec la collaboration d'Alessandra Lukinovich. Grenoble.
  • Taplin, O. & Wyles, R. ed. (2010) The Pronomos Vase and its Context. Oxford/New York. Reviewed by K. Seaman BMCR 2012.03.17
  • Tsachalinas, K. & Katerina, T. & Cook, P. & Psaroudakēs, S. & Kamarotos, D. & Rikakis, T. (1997) 'Physical modeling simulation of the ancient Greek Elgin auloi' in International computer music conference, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki“:€“ Program of Psychoacoustics & The International Computer Music Association, Thessalonikē, Hellas, 25-30 September. Proceedings. San Francisco: 454-57.
  • Wallace, R.W (2003) 'An early fifth-century Athenian revolution in aulos music'€™, HSCPh 101: 73–92.
  • West, M. L. (1992) Ancient Greek Music. Oxford. Reviewed by W.A. Johnston BMCR 2003.04.08
  • Wilson, P. (2004) 'Athenian strings'€™, in Music and the Muses: The Culture of ‘Mousikē’ in the Classical Athenian City, ed. P. Murray and P. Wilson. Oxford: 269–306.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2011) Music and cultural politics in Greek and Chinese societies. Vol. 1.: Greek antiquity. Harvard.

Performance

  • Aloni, A. (1998) Cantare glorie di eroi: Comunicazione e performance poetica nella Grecia arcaica. Turin.
  • Athanassaki, L. & Bowie, E. (2011) (ed.), Archaic and Classical Choral Song. Performance, Politics and Dissemination. Berlin & Boston. Table of Contents
  • Bierl, A. (2009) Ritual and Performativity. The Chorus of Old Comedy (transl. by Alex Hollmann), Center for Hellenic Studies. Washington, DC: Harvard Press. (Hellenic Studies 20). New and revised edition.
  • Boegehold, A.L. 2000. 'Acting out some songs'€™, Syllecta Classica 11: 1-15.
  • Bowman, L. (2004) '€˜The 'women'€™s tradition'€ in Greek poetry', Phoenix 58: 1–27.
  • Briand, M. (2000) 'Inspiration, enthousiasme et polyphonies: ἔνθεος et la performance poétique', Noésis (L'antique notion d'inspiration, dir. J. Assaël): 97-154.
  • Calame, C. (2004) '€˜Deictic ambiguity and auto-referentiality: some examples from Greek poetics'€™, Arethusa 37: 427-31.
  • Calame, C. (2005) Masques d’autorité. Fiction et pragmatique dans la poétique grecque. Paris. English translation (2005) Masks of Authority. Fiction and Pragmatics in Ancient Greek Poetics. Ithaca NY and London. Reviewed by H. van Noorden BMCR 2005.09.36
  • Calame, C. (2006) Pratiques poétiques de la mémoire. Représentations de l’espace-temps en Grèce ancienne. Paris. English translation: 2009 Harvard. Reviewed by E.M. Griffiths BMCR 2007.04.05
  • Calame, C. (2007) 'Gardens of Love and Meadows of the Beyond: Ritual Encounters with the Gods and Poetical Perfomances in Ancient Greece' in Sacred Gardens and Landscapes: Ritual and Agency, ed. M. Conan. Washington: 43-54.
  • Carey, C. (2010) '€˜The victory ode in the theatre'€™, BICS supplements. electronic version
  • Collins, D. (2004) Master of the Game: Competition and Performance in Greek Poetry. Cambridge, MA. Reviewed by C. Werner BMCR 2005.05.18
  • D'Alessio, G. B. (2004) '€˜Past future and present past: temporal deixis in Greek archaic lyric'€™, Arethusa 37: 267–94.
  • David, A.P. (2006) The Dance of the Muses: Choral Theory and Ancient Greek Poetics. New York. Review by Ronald J.J. Blankenborg BMCR 2007.04.46.
  • Dougherty, C. (1994) '€˜Archaic Greek foundation poetry: questions of genre and occasion'€™, JHS 114: 35–46.
  • Ford, A. (1988) 'The Classical Definition of rhapsôdia', Classical Philology 83: 300-307.
  • Gentili, B. (1990) Poetry and its Public in Ancient Greece. Baltimore. Reviewed by S.D. Olson BMCR 02.02.06
  • Goldhill, S. and Osborne, R. (eds.) (1999) Performance Culture and Athenian Democracy. Cambridge.
  • Grandolini, S. (1991) '€˜Canto processionale e culto nell’antica Grecia'€™, in L'€™inno tra rituale e letteratura nel mondo antico: Atti di un colloquio Napoli 21–24 ottobre 1991, AION 13: 125–40.
  • Griffith, M. (1990) ‘Contest and contradiction in early Greek poetry’, in Cabinet of the Muses: Essays on Classical and Comparative Literature in Honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, ed. M. Griffith and D. Mastronarde. Atlanta: 185-€“207.
  • Hagel, S. and Harrauer, C. (2005) (eds.) Ancient Greek Music in Performance (Book and Audio CD). Vienna.
  • Lech, M.L. (2009) 'Marching choruses?: Choral performance in Athens' GRBS 49, 3.
  • Mojsik, T. (2006) 'Vates socialis - metapoetyka antyczna a ryty przejścia (Vates socialis - ancient metapoetic and rites of passage)', in Inicjacje: społeczne znaczenie sytuacji liminalnych w rytach przejścia, red. J. Sieradzan. Białystok: 53-66.
  • Mojsik, T. (2008) 'Muses and gender of inspiration', "Sakarya University: The Journal of Art and Science 10.1: 67-78. electronic version
  • Nagy, G. (2000) '€˜Reading Greek poetry aloud: evidence from the Bacchylides papyri'€™, QUCC 93 (= n.s. 64.1): 7-28.
  • Nobili, C. (2014) 'Performances of Girls at the Spartan Festival of the Hyakinthia', in A. Kieburg – S. Moraw (eds.), Mädchen im Altertum/ Girls in Antiquity, Frauen – Forschung – Archäologie 11, Münster: 135-148.
  • Peponi, A.-E. (2009) ' Choreia and Aesthetics in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo: The Performance of the Delian Maidens (Lines 156–64)', Classical Antiquity 28.1: 39–70.
  • Quattrocelli, L. (2002) 'Poesia e convivialità a Sparta arcaica. Nuove prospettive di studio', Cahiers Glotz 13: 7-32.
  • Quattrocelli, L. (2008) 'Poetry and Pottery related to the Symposium in Archaic Sparta', in Proceedings of the IX Symposium on Mediterranean Archeology 2005, eds. O. Menozzi, M. L. Di Marzio, and D. Fossataro. Oxford: 63-67.
  • Rotstein, A. (2012) 'Mousikoi Agones and the Conceptualization of Genre in Ancient Greece' in: CA 31.1: 92-127.
  • Scully, S. (2009) '€˜Apollo and the Dance of the Olympians'€™ in Apolline Politics and Poetics , eds. L. Athanassaki, R.P. Martin, and J.F. Miller. Athens: 91-108.
  • Silk, M.S. (1995) 'Language, poetry and enactment'€™, Dialogos 2: 109-€“32.
  • Vetta, M. (1996) '€˜Convivialità  pubblica e poesia per simposio in Greciâ'€™, QUCC 83 (= n.s. 54.3): 197-€“209.
  • Wecowski, M. (2002) 'Homer and the origins of the symposion' in Omero tremila anni dopo. Atti del congresso di Genova 6-8 luglio 2000, ed. F. Montanari. Roma: 625-637.
  • Wecowski, M. (2002) 'Towards a definition of the symposion' in Euergesias charin. Studies Presented to Benedetto Bravo and Ewa Wipszycka by Their Disciples, eds. T. Derda, J. Urbanik, M. Wecowski. Warszawa: 337-361.
  • Wecowski, M. (2011) Sympozjon, czyli wspólne picie : początki greckiej biesiady arystokratycznej (IX-VII wiek p.n.e.). Warszawa : Wydawnictwo Naukowe Sub Lupa.
  • Wecowski, M. (2012) 'When did the Symposion Rise? Some archaeological considerations regarding the emergence of the Greek aristocratic banquet', Archaiognosia 16: 25-54.
  • Wilson, P. (ed.) (2007) The Greek Theatre and Festivals. Documentary Studies. Oxford Studies in Ancient Documents. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Table of Contents. Reviewed by R. Mitchell-Boyask BMCR 2008.05.24.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2009) 'Symposia, Noses, Πρόσωπα: A Kylix in the Company of Banqueters on the Ground', in An Archaeology of Representations: Ancient Greek Vase-Painting and Contemporary Methodologies, ed. D. Yatromanolakis. Athens: 414-465.

Transmission and Reception

  • Budelmann, F. (2001) '€˜Sound and text: the rhythm and metre of archaic and classical Greek poetry in ancient and Byzantine scholarship'€™, in Homer, Tragedy and Beyond: Essays in Honour of P. E. Easterling, ed. F. Budelmann and P. Michelakis. London: 209–40.
  • Calame, C. (2010) 'The Authority of Orpheus, Poet and Bard : Between Oral Tradition and Written Practice', in: Allusion, Authority, and Truth. Critical Perspectives on Greek Poetic and Rhetorical Praxis, Ph. Mitsis & Ch. Tsagalis eds., Berlin: 13-35.
  • Dougherty, C. (1993) The Poetics of Colonization: From City to Text in Archaic Greece. New York and Oxford. Reviewed by M.W. Edwards BMCR 1994.05.04
  • Ford, A. (2002) The Origins of Criticism: Literary Culture and Poetic Theory in Classical Greece. Princeton, N.J. and Oxford. Reviewed by E. Papaioannou BMCR 2003.06.07
  • Ford, A. (2003) '€˜From letters to literature: reading the 'song culture'€ of classical Greece'€™, in Written Texts and the Rise of Literate Culture in Ancient Greece, ed. H. Yunis. Cambridge: 15–37.
  • Gentili, B. and Perusino, F. (eds.) (1999) La colometria antica dei testi poetici greci. Pisa and Rome. Reviewed by H. Perdicoyianni-Paléologou BMCR 2000.07.12
  • Hummel, P. (1997) Philogica Lyrica: La poésie lyrique grecque au miroir de l'érudition philologique de l'€™antiquité à  la Renaissance. Louvain.
  • Petropoulos, J.C.B. (2003) Eroticism in Ancient and Medieval Greek Poetry. London. Review by Vayos J. Liapis BMCR 2004.10.01.

Greek Elegy and Iambus

Elegy and Iambus General

  • Carey, C. and L. Swift eds (2016) Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches. Oxford.
  • Bartol, K. (1993) Greek Elegy and Iambus. Studies in Ancient Literary Sources. Poznań.
  • Bowie, E.L. (2001) ‘Ancestors of historiography in early Greek elegiac and iambic poetry?’, in The Historian’s Craft in the Age of Herodotus, ed. N. Luraghi. Oxford: 45-66.
  • Gentili, B. & Prato, C. ed. (1988-2002) Poetarum elegiacorum testimonia et fragmenta. Second revised edition. Leipzig.
  • Vetta, M. (1992) ‘Il simposio: la monodia e il giambo’, in Lo spazio letterario della Grecia antica, ed. G. Cambiano et al., vol. I.1 La produzione e la circolazione del testo: La polis. Rome: 177–218.
  • West, M.L. ed. (1989–92) Iambi et elegi ante Alexandrum cantati, 2nd edn. (2 vols.). Oxford.
  • Wilson, P. (1999) ‘The aulos in Athens’, in Performance Culture and Athenian Democracy, ed. S. Goldhill and R. Osborne. Cambridge: 58–85.

Iambus General

  • Acosta-Hughes, B. (2002) Polyeideia: The Iambi of Callimachus and the Archaic Iambic Tradition. Berkeley and London. Reviewed by P. Ojennus BMCR 2003.02.04
  • Bowie, E. L. (2002) ‘Early Greek iambic poetry: the importance of narrative’, in Iambic Ideas: Essays on a Poetic Tradition from Archaic Greece to the Late Roman Empire, eds. A. Cavarzere et al. Lanham, Md./Oxford: 1-27.
  • Bowie, E. L. (2002) ‘Ionic iambos and Attic komoidia: father and daughter, or just cousins’, in The Language of Greek Comedy ed. A. Willi, Oxford: 33-50.
  • Brown, C. G. (1997) ‘Iambos’ in A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets, ed. D.E. Gerber, Leiden: 11-88.
  • Carey, C. (2009) ‘Iambus’ in Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric, ed. F. Budelmann. Cambridge: 149-167.
  • Kantzios, I. (2005) The Trajectory of Archaic Greek Trimeters. Leiden and Boston. Reviewed by L. Lomiento BMCR 2006.03.34
  • Lennartz, K. (2000) ‘Zum “erweiterten” Jambusbegriff’, RhM 143: 225–50.
  • Lennartz, K. (2010) Iambos. Philologische Untersuchungen zur Geschichte einer Gattung in der Antike. Wiesbaden.
  • Mayer, Peter. (2008) Aristoteles über das Wort 'iambeion' und über die Anfänge des Iambos (Poet. 1448b,30-32 - eine Pseudo-Etymologie?). Wiener Humanistische Blätter (Wien) 49: 19–27.
  • Nobili, C. (2016) 'Iambi in Sparta', Greek and Roman Musical Studies 4: 38-50.
  • Riu, X. (2008) ‘On the difference between praise and invective’ in: Archilochos and His Age. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Archaeology of Paros and the Cyclades. Paroikia, Paros, 7-9 October 2005, eds. D. Katsonopoulou, I. Petropoulos, and S. Katsarou. Athens: 73-82.
  • Rotstein, A. (2010) The Idea of Iambos. Oxford. Reviewed by C. Eckermann BMCR 2010.06.21
  • Steinrück, M. (2000) Iambos. Studien zum Publikum einer Gattung in der frühgriechischen Literatur. Hildesheim.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (2002) Yambógrafos griegos. Madrid.

Archilochus

  • Aloni, A. (1981) Le Muse di Archiloco: Ricerche sullo stile archilocheo. Copenhagen. Review by Slings, S.R. (1984) Mnemosyne 37: 169-171.
  • Aloni, A. and Iannucci, A. (2007) L'elegia greca e l'epigramma: dalle origini al V secolo. Con un'appendice sulla 'nuova' elegia di Archiloco. Firenze: Le Monnier Università.
  • Barker, E.T.E. and Christensen, J.P (2006) ‘Fight club: the new Archilochus fragment and its resonance with Homeric epic’, MD 57: 9-41.
  • Bettarini, L. (2010) 'Archiloco fr. 201 W.2: meglio volpe o riccio?' in ΠΑΡΟΙΜΙΑΚΩΣ . Ιl proverbio in Grecia e a Roma (3 vols.), ed. E. Lelli. Pisa/Roma: 45-51.
  • Bremer, J.M. (1978) Het gemaskerde Ik. De poëtische persoonlijkheid in enige Griekse gedichten. Amsterdam. (in Dutch) Inaugural lecture, mainly concerned with Archilochus' Cologne Epode.
  • Bremer, J.M.; van Erp Taalman Kip, A.M. and Slings, S.R. (eds.) (1987) Some recently found Greek poems: Text and Commentary. Leiden. Mnemosyne Supplement 99. Contains a text, app. crit. and commentary on some papyri of Archilochus (by Slings), a commentary on a poem by Alcaeus (by Van Erp) and a text, app. crit. and commentary on the 'Lille Stesichorus' (by Bremer, 128-174).
  • Brown, C.G. (1995) 'The Parched Furrow and the Loss of Youth: Archilochus fr. 188 West', Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 50: 29–35.
  • Brown, C.G. and Gerber, D.E. (1993) ‘The parched furrow: Archilochus fr.188, 1–2 W’, in: Tradizione e innovazione nella cultura greca da Omero all’età ellenistica. Vol. I., ed. R. Pretagostini. Rome: 195–7.
  • Clay, D. (2004) Archilochos Heros: The Cult of the Poets in the Greek Polis. Hellenic Studies 6. Washington, D.C.: Harvard University Press. Reviewed by J. MacPhail BMCR 2005.09.32
  • Corrêa, P.C. (1998) Armas e Varões: A Guerra na Lírica de Arquíloco. São Paulo.
  • Corrêa, P.C. (2001) 'The Fox and the Hedgehog', Revista Phaos 1: 80 - 92. On Archilochus 201 IEG.
  • Corrêa, P.C. (2002) 'Muddy Eels', Rivista Synthesis (La Plata) 9: 81 -90. On Archilochus 189 IEG.
  • Corrêa, P.C. (2007) 'A Human Fable and the Justice of Beasts in Archilochus' in Hesperos. Studies in Ancient Greek Poetry presented to M.L. West on his Seventieth Birthday, eds. P.J. Finglass, C. Collard and N.J. Richardson. Oxford: 101-117. Reviewed by J. Gibert BMCR 2008.06.23.
  • Ford, A.L. (1993) 'L'inventeur de la poésie lyrique: Archiloque le colon', Métis. Revue de l'anthropologie grecque 8.1-2: 59-73.
  • Gagné, R. (2009) 'A Wolf at the Table: Sympotic Perjury in Archilochus', TAPA 139.2: 251-275.
  • Gerber, D.E. (2000) 'Archilochus fr. 44 West' in: Poesia e religione in Grecia. Studi in onore di G. Aurelio Privitera, eds. M.C. Fera and S. Grandolini. Napoli, vol. 1: 331-333.
  • Gerber, D.E. (2004) 'Archilochus fr. 218 W.' in: Dais Philesistephanos. Studies in Honour of Professor Staffan Fogelmark. Presented on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday 12 April 2004, eds. P. Sandin and M.W. Schiebe. Uppsala: 19-20.
  • Gerber, D.E. (2008) 'Archilochos and Tradition' in: Archilochos and His Age. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Archaeology of Paros and the Cyclades Paroikia, Paros, 7-9 October 2005, eds. D. Katsonopoulou, I. Petropoulos, and S. Katsarou. Athens: 17-22.
  • Handley, E. (2007) 'Night Thoughts (Archilochus 23 and 196a West)' in Hesperos. Studies in Ancient Greek Poetry presented to M.L. West on his Seventieth Birthday, eds. P.J. Finglass, C. Collard and N.J. Richardson. Oxford: 95-100. Reviewed by J. GibertBMCR 2008.06.23.
  • Harrison, S. (2001) ‘Some generic problems in Horace’s Epodes: or, on (not) being Archilochus’, in Iambic Ideas: Essays on a Poetic Tradition from Archaic Greece to the Late Roman Empire, ed. A. Cavarzere et al. Lanham, Md. and Oxford: 165–86.
  • Hawkins, J. N. (2016). Anger, Bile, and the Poet’s Body in the Archilochean Tradition. Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches: 310-321.
  • Hawkins, T. (2009) 'This is the Death of the Earth: Crisis Narratives in Archilochus and Mnesiepes', Transactions of the American Philological Association 139.1: 1-20.
  • Irwin, E. (1998) ‘Biography, fiction and the Archilochean ainos’, JHS 118: 177–83.
  • Létoublon, F. (2008) 'Archiloque et l'"encyclopédie" homérique', Pallas 77: 51-62.
  • Marcaccini, C. (2001) Construire un’identità, scrivere la storia: Archiloco, Paro e la colonizzazione di Taso. Florence.
  • Massimiliano O. (ed.) (2009), La lira, la vacca e le donne insolenti: contesti di ricezione e promozione della figura e della poesia di Archiloco dall'arcaismo all'ellenismo. Minima philologica 5. Alessandria. Reviewed by Rougier-Blanc, Sylvie (2010) BMCR 2010.10.61.
  • Mayer, P. (2006) 'Krieg aus Versehen? - Zur Funktion und Aussage der Telephos-Geschichte im neuen Archilochos (P. Oxy. 4708, fr. 1)', ZPE 157: 15-18.
  • Mayer, P. (2006) 'Der Mann, das Mädchen und der Dichter - Zur Frage der Absicht dreier Personen: eine Verführungsgeschichte (Archil. 196a W2)', Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis (Debrecen) 42: 5-20.
  • Medaglia, S.M. (1982) Note di esegesi archilochea. Roma. Review by S.R. Slings, (1988) Mnemosyne 41: 134-135.
  • Miralles, C. and Pòrtulas, J. (1983) Archilochus and the iambic poetry. Roma. Review by S.R. Slings (1987) Mnemosyne 40: 430-432.
  • Nesselrath, H.G. (2007) 'Lucian and Archilochus, or: How to Make Use of the Ancient Iambographers in the Context of the Second Sophistic' in Hesperos. Studies in Ancient Greek Poetry presented to M.L. West on his Seventieth Birthday, eds. P.J. Finglass, C. Collard and N.J. Richardson. Oxford: 132-43. Reviewed by J. Gibert BMCR 2008.06.23.
  • Nicolosi, A. (trans. and comm.) (2007) Ipponate, epodi di Strasburgo - Archiloco, epodi di Colonia (con un'appendice su P. Oxy. LXIX 4708). Eikasmos, 14. Bologna: Pàtron Editore. Reviewed by R.M. Rosen BMCR 2009.04.09.
  • Nobili, C. (2009) 'Tra epos ed elegia: il nuovo Archiloco', Maia 61.2: 229-249.
  • Obbink, D. (2005) ‘4708, Archilochus, Elegies’, Oxyrhynchus Papyri 69: 18–42.
  • Obbink, D. (2006) ‘A New Archilochus poem’, ZPE 156: 1–4.
  • Pòrtulas, J. (2006) 'Crizia di Atene e la leggenda archilochea' in L'autore e l'opera: attribuzioni, appropriazioni, apocrifi nella Grecia antica. Atti del convegno internazionale (Pavia, 27-28 maggio 2005). Memorie e atti di convegni 34, ed. Fabio Roscalla. Pisa: Edizioni ETS: 175-91. Reviewed by Jennings, Victoria (2008) BMCR 2008.07.04.
  • Puppini, P. (1991) ‘Espressioni mimiche a simposio’, in Oinēra teuchē: studi triestini di poesia conviviale, ed. K. Fabian et al. Alessandria: 57–71.
  • Riu, X. (2012) 'On the Reception of Archilochus and of invective in antiquity', in Approaches to Greek Poetry eds. X. Riu & J. Pòrtulas. Messina: 249-282.
  • Rosen, R.M. (2007) 'The Hellenistic Epigrams on Archilochus and Hipponax' in Brill's Companion to Hellenistic Epigram eds. P. Bing & J. Steffen Bruss. Leiden: 459–476. Reviewed by M.A. Tueller BMCR 2008.06.19
  • Rotstein, A. (2007) ‘Critias’ invective against Archilochus’, Classical Philology 102: 139-54.
  • Rotstein, A. (2008) “‘I do not care about iamboi” (Archil. Fr. 215W)’, in Archilochos and His Age. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Archaeology of Paros and the Cyclades, eds. D. Katsonopoulou, I. Petropoulos and S. Katsarou. Athens: 65-80.
  • Rotstein, A. (2010) The Idea of Iambos. Oxford: 151-166, 230-234, 256-259, 281-318.
  • Slings, S.R. (1975) 'Three notes on the new Archilochus papyrus', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 18: 170.
  • Slings, S.R. (1976) 'Archilochus, the hasty mind and the hasty bitch', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 21: 283-288.
  • Slings, S.R. (1980) 'Archilochus, eerste Keulse epode', Lampas 13: 315-335. (in Dutch)
  • Slings, S.R. (1982) 'Archilochus and the ant', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 45: 69-70.
  • Slings, S.R. (1980-82) 'Archilochus, S 478 (a), 3 Page', Museum Criticum 15-17: 11-14.
  • Slings, S.R. (1983) 'Once more Archilochus and the ant', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 53: 31-36.
  • Slings, S.R. (1986) 'Archilochus: new fragments from the Sosthenes inscription', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 63: 1-3.
  • Slings, S.R. (1988) 'Archilochus, fr. 188,3', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 72: 21.
  • Slings, S.R. (1989) 'Anonymus, Parallel lines from Homer and Archilochus', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 79: 1-8.
  • Slings, S.R. (1990) 'Archilochus van Paros, soldaat en dichter', Hermeneus 62: 281-289. (in Dutch)
  • Slings, S.R. (1992) 'For the third time: Archilochus and the ant', Eikasmos 3: 13-17.
  • Slings, S.R. (1995) 'Archilochus, fr. 188, 1-2', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 106: 1-2.
  • Steinrück, M. (1991) Leise Laute, Arbeiten über das Verhältnis von Rhythmus und Lautresponsion bei Archilochos. Lausanne Basel.
  • Steinrück, M. (2008) 'Les publics d'Archiloque', Pallas 77: 41-50.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (1977) 'Un reciente problema para la Filología Clásica: el nuevo fragmento atribuido a Arquíloco' (en colaboración con A. Melero), CFC 13: 167-199.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (2000) 'Archilochus ‘Biography’, Dionysos, and Mythical Patterns' in Poesia e religione in Grecia. Studi in Onore di G. Aurelio Privitera. Volume II, eds. M. Cannata Fera and S. Grandolini. Napoli: 639-658.
  • Swift, L. (2016) ‘Poetics and Precedents in Archilochus’ Erotic Imagery’, in Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches, eds. C. Carey and L. Swift. Oxford:. 253–270.
  • Swift, L. (2015) ‘Negotiating Seduction: Archilochus’ Cologne Epode and the Transformation of Epic, Philologus 159(1): 2-28
  • Swift, L. (2014) ‘Telephus on Paros: Genealogy and Myth in the “New Archilochus” Poem (P. Oxy. 4708), CQ 64(2): 433-47.
  • Swift, L. (2014) ‘The Animal Fable and Greek Iambus: Ainoi and Half-Ainoi in Archilochus, in Gêneros poéticos na Grécia antiga: Confluências e fronteiras, eds. C. Werner and B. Sebastini. São Paulo: 49-77.
  • Swift, L. (2012) ‘Archilochus the “Anti-Hero” Heroism, Flight and Values in Homer and the New Archilochus Fragment (P. Oxy. LXIX 4708), JHS 132: 139-55.
  • West, M.L. (2006) ‘Archilochus and Telephos’, ZPE 156: 11–17.

Semonides

  • Carson, A. (1999) Economy of the Unlost: Reading Simonides of Keos with Paul Celan. Princeton, N.J.
  • Hubbard, Th.K. (1994) 'Elemental Psychology and the Date of Semonides of Amorgos', AJPh 115: 175-197.
  • Hubbard, Th.K. (1996) ' 'New Simonides' or old Semonides? Second Thoughts on POxy 3965, fr. 26, Arethusa 29: 255-262 (= in (2001) The New Simonides: Contexts of Praise and Desire, eds. D. Boedeker and D. Sider. New York and Oxford: 226-231).
  • Osborne, R. (2001) ‘The use of abuse: Semonides 7’, PCPhS 47: 47–64.
  • Steinrück, M. (1994) Regards sur la femme: analyse rythmique et interprétation de Sémonide frg. 7 Tedeschi-Pellizer. Roma.
  • Steinrück, M. (1994) 'Echos phoniques et débuts de mots dans le iambe de Sémonide d'Amorgos', Revue informatique et statistique dans les sciences humaines 30: 139-153.
  • Van Wees, H. (2005) 'The invention of the female mind. Women, property and gender ideology in archaic Greece', in Women and Property in the Ancient Near East and Greece, eds. D. Lyons and R. Westbrook. Published on website of Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington DC. pp. 26. URL. Includes discussion of Fr 7.

Hipponax

  • Alexandrou, M. (2016). 'A commentary on the fragments of the iambic poet Hipponax' (Doctoral dissertation, UCL (University College London)).
  • Carey, C. (2003) ‘Ipponatte e la tradizione giambica’ in Studi di filologia e tradizione greca in memoria di A. Colonna, eds. F. Benedetti and S. Grandolini. Perugia: 213-228.
  • Carey, C. (2008) ‘Hipponax narrator’, AAHung 48: 89-102.
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  • Degani, E. (1995) ‘Ipponatte e i poeti filologi’, in Atti del Congresso ‘Poeti e Filologi, Filologi-Poeti’. Composizione e studio della poesia epica e lirica nel mondo greco e romano, Brescia, Università Cattolica, 26–27 aprile 1995, ed. A. Porro and G. Milanese, Aevum(ant) 8: 105–36.
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  • Nicolosi, A. (ed.) (2007) Ipponate, epodi di Strasburgo - Archiloco, epodi di Colonia (con un'appendice su P. Oxy. LXIX 4708). Bologna. Edition, translation and commentary Reviewed by R.M. Rosen BMCR 2009.04.09.
  • Rosen, R.M. (1990) ‘Hipponax and the Homeric Odysseus’, Eikasmos 1: 11–25.
  • Rosen, R.M. (2007) 'The Hellenistic Epigrams on Archilochus and Hipponax' in Brill's Companion to Hellenistic Epigram eds. P. Bing & J. Steffen Bruss. Leiden.
  • Rosen, R.M. (2007) Making Mockery. The Poetics of Ancient Satire. Classical Culture and Society. Oxford. Chapter 5 focuses on Hipponax and Callimachus.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (1987) 'Hiponacte cómico', Emerita 55: 113-139.
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Ananius

  • Carey C.(2016). 'Mapping iambos: Mining the minor talents', in Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches, C. Carey and L. Swift (eds), Oxford: 122-39.

Adespota Iambica

Elegy General

  • Adkins, A.W.H. (1985) Poetic Craft in the Early Greek Elegists. Chicago-London.
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  • Bowie, E.L. (1990) ‘Miles ludens? The problem of martial exhortation in early Greek elegy’, in Sympotica: A Symposium on the Symposion. ed. O. Murray. Oxford: 221-229.
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  • Faraone, C.A. (2005) 'Exhortation and Meditation: Alternating Stanzas as a Structural Device in Early Greek Elegy', CPh 100: 317-36. [Tyrtaeus 10, 11; Callinus 1; Xenophanes 1]
  • Faraone, C.A. (2005) 'Catalogues, Priamels and Stanzaic Structure in Early Greek Elegy', TAPhA 135: 249-65. [Simonides 16; Tyrtaeus 12; Theognidea 699-718; Solon 13, 27]
  • Faraone, C.A. (2008) The Stanzaic Architecture of Early Greek Elegy. Oxford. Reviewed by Eckerman, Chris (2008) BMCR 2008.08.30.
  • Gerber, D.E. (1997) ‘Elegy’, in A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets, ed. D.E. Gerber. Leiden: 89–132.
  • Giordano-Zecharya, M. (2003) ‘Tabellae auris: musica e memoria nella trasmissione della lirica monodica’, in ΡΥΣΜΟΣ: Studi di poesia, metrica e musica greca offerti dagli allievi a Luigi Enrico Rossi per i suoi settant’anni, ed. R. Nicolai. Rome: 73–92.
  • Lulli, L. (2007) "‘Anomalie’ linguistiche e performances poetiche. Osservazioni sui tratti linguistici epicorici nell’epica greca postomerica e nell’elegia arcaica di argomento storico-narrativo", SemRom 10.2: pp. 35–62.
  • Lulli, L. (2009) 'Appunti per una storia grafico-editoriale del genere letterario dell’elegia in età ellenistico-romana', Scripta. International Journal of Palaeography and Codicology 2: 135–157.
  • Lulli, L. (2011) Narrare in Distichi: L'elegia greca arcaica e classica di argomento storico-mitico. Rome.
  • Lulli, L. (2015) "Epica ed elegia. Incontri di due generi letterari nei luoghi della performance", in L. Bettarini (ed.), A più mani. Linee di ricerca tracciate in 'Sapienza', Roma-Pisa: 89–102.
  • Lulli, L. (2016) "Elegy and Epic: A Complex Relationship", in L. Swift, C. Carey (eds.), Iambus and Elegy. New Approaches, Oxford-New York: 193-209.
  • Nobili, C. (2006) 'Omero e l'elegia trenodica', Acme 59.3: 3-24. It investigates the problem of threnodic elegy and presents the possibility to trace motifs typical of threnodic elegy in Homeric poems.
  • Nobili, C. (2011) 'Threnodic elegy in Sparta', Greek, Roman, Byzantine Studies 51.1: 26-48.
  • Nobili, C. (2016) 'Choral elegy', in C. Carey – L. Swift (eds.), Iambus and Elegy. New Approaches, Oxford: 33-55.
  • Raalte, M. van (1988) 'Greek Elegiac Verse Rhythm', Glotta 66: 145-78.
  • Scott Garner, R. (2011) Traditional Elegy. The Interplay of Meter, Tradition, and Context in Early Greek Poetry. Oxford.
  • Slings, S.R. (2000) 'Symposion and Interpretation: Elegy as group-song and the so-called awakening individual', Acta Antiqua Hungariensia 40: 423-434.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (2012) Elegíacos Griegos. Madrid. Spanish translation with introduction.
  • Tsagalis, Christos C. (2008) Inscribing Sorrow: Fourth-century Attic Funerary Epigrams. Trends in Classics - Supplementary Volumes 1. Berlin and New York. Reviewed by Garulli, Valentina (2008) BMCR 2008.09.18.
  • Zanetto, G. (2004) ‘Omero e l’elegia arcaica’, in Momenti della ricezione omerica: Poesia arcaica e teatro, ed. G. Zanetto et al. (Quaderni di Acme 67). Milan: 37–50.

Callinus

  • Christenson, D. (2000). 'Callinus and Militia Amoris in Achilles Tatius' 'Leucippe and Cleitophon The Classical Quarterly 50(2): 631-632.

Tyrtaeus

  • Année, M. (2007) 'La mémoire oubliée: perspectives poétiques de l'élégie chez Tyrtée', Camenulae 1.
  • Année, M. (2010) 'Pouvoir du λόγος e λόγος d'un pouvoir chez Tyrtée' in Linguaggi del potere, poteri del linguaggio, eds. E. Bona and M. Curnis. Alessandria: 79-85.
  • Belloni, L. (2003) 'Il re suadente: (Tyrt. 9 G.-P., 1-9)' in Studi di filologia e tradizione greca in memoria di Aristide Colonna, eds. F. Benedetti and S. Grandolini. Napoli: 63-75.
  • Faraone, C.A. (2006) 'Stanzaic Structure and Responsion in the Elegiac Poetry of Tyrtaeus', Mnemosyne 59: 19-52.
  • Föllinger, S. (2005) 'Geschlecht und Körperwahrnehmung in der frühgriechischen Dichtung' in Medizin, Geschichte und Geschlecht: körperhistorische Rekonstruktionen von Identitäten und Differenzen, eds. F. Stahnisch and F. Steger. Stuttgart: 27-39. [Homer, Tyrtaeus and Mimnermus].
  • Gerber, D.E. (2003) 'Λοξός with reference to the eyes and neck in Greek poetry' in Studi di filologia e tradizione greca in memoria di Aristide Colonna, eds. F. Benedetti and S. Grandolini. Napoli: 355-8.
  • Hölscher, U. (1986) 'Tyrtaios über die Eunomie' in Studien zur alten Geschichte. Siegfried Lauffer zum 70. Geburtstag, ed. H. Kalcyk, B. Gullath and A. Graeber Roma: 413-20.
  • Link, S. (2003) 'Eunomie im Schoss der Rhetra? Zum Verhältnis von Tyrt. frgm. 14 W und Plut. Lyk. 6, 2 und 8', GFA 6: 141-150. PDF
  • Luginbill, R.D. (2002) ‘Tyrtaeus 12West: come join the Spartan army’, CQ 52: 405–14.
  • Meier, M. (1998) Aristokraten und Damoden: Untersuchungen zur inneren Entwicklung Spartas im 7. Jahrhundert v. Chr. und zur politischen Funktion der Dichtung des Tyrtaios. Stuttgart. Reviewed by H. van Wees BMCR 1999.10.15
  • Meier, M. (2002), 'Tyrtaios fr. 1B G/P bzw. fr. °14 G/P (= fr. 4 W) und die Grosse Rhetra : kein Zusammenhang?', GFA 5: 65-87. PDF
  • Meier, M. (2003), 'Tyrtaios: die Entstehung eines Bildes', Antike und Abendland 49: 157-182.
  • Munding, H. (1993), 'Tyrtaios 9 Diehl (= 12 West) auf dem Hintergrund des Hesiodischen Areté-Passus (E. 286-292)' in Antike Texte in Forschung und Schule: Festschrift für Willibald Heilmann zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. C. Neumeister. Frankfurt: 29-37.
  • Nafissi, M. (2010), 'The Great Rhetra (Plut. Lyc. 6): a retrospective and intentional construct?' in: Intentional History. Spinning Time in Ancient Greece. eds. L. Foxhall, H.-J. Gehrke, N. Luraghi. Stuttgart: 89-119.
  • Noussia, M. (2010) “Lo stile 'semplice' di Tirteo?”, in P. Chiron and C. Lévy (eds), Les Noms du Style dans l'Antiquité gréco-latine, Deuxième et Troisième Journées d' Étude, Paris IV (12 mais 2005), Paris XII (13 Mai 2005). Leuven: 11-24.
  • Pucci, P. (2006) 'Il testo di Tirteo nel tessuto omerico' in L'autore e l'opera: attribuzioni, appropriazioni, apocrifi nella Grecia antica. Atti del convegno internazionale (Pavia, 27-28 maggio 2005). Memorie e atti di convegni 34, ed. Fabio Roscalla. Pisa: 21-41. Reviewed by V. Jennings BMCR 2008.07.04.
  • Quattrocelli, L. (2006) ‘Tirteo: poesia e ἀνδρεία a Sparta arcaica’, in I luoghi e la poesia nella Grecia antica, eds. M. Vetta and C. Catenacci. Alessandria: 133-144.
  • Quattrocelli, L. (2009) ‘Tirteo e la retorica dell’élite’, Annali dell’Istituto Orientale di Napoli: 7-23.
  • Schwinge, E.R. (1997), 'Tyrtaios über seine Dichtung (Fr. 9 G.-P. = 12 W.)', Hermes 125: 387-395.
  • Van Wees, Hans (1999) ‘Tyrtaeus’ Eunomia: nothing to do with the Great Rhetra’, in Sparta: New Perspectives, eds. S. Hodkinson and A. Powell. London: 1-41.
  • Van Wees, Hans (2002) ‘Gute Ordnung ohne Große Rhetra: noch einmal zu Tyrtaios’ Eunomia’, Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft 5: 89-103. URL PDF
  • Van Wees, Hans (2003) 'Conquerors and serfs: wars of conquest and forced labour in archaic Greece', in Helots and their Masters in Laconia and Messenia: histories, ideologies, structures, eds. N. Luraghi and S. Alcock. Cambridge, MA: 33-80. Includes discussion of Tyrtaeus' fragments.

Mimnermus

  • Allen, A. (1993) The Fragments of Mimnermus: Text and Commentary. Stuttgart.
  • Föllinger, S. (2005), 'Geschlecht und Körperwahrnehmung in der frühgriechischen Dichtung' in Medizin, Geschichte und Geschlecht: körperhistorische Rekonstruktionen von Identitäten und Differenzen, eds. F. Stahnisch and F. Steger. Stuttgart: 27-39. [Homer, Tyrtaeus and Mimnermus].
  • Gerber, D.E. (2003) 'Mimnermus, Fragment 1.3 W.' in: Literature, Art, History: Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition. In Honour of W.J. Henderson, eds. A.F. Basson & W.J. Dominik. Frankfurt am Main: 193-195.
  • Puppini, P. (1991) ‘Espressioni mimiche a simposio’, in Oinēra teuchē: studi triestini di poesia conviviale, ed. K. Fabian et al. Alessandria: 57–71.
  • Slings, S.R. (2000) Symposium: Speech and Ideology. Two hermeneutical issues in early Greek lyric, with special reference to Mimnermus. Amsterdam (KNAW), Mededelingen KNAW afd. Letterkunde, 63, 1. Concerns the performance of lyric poetry in the archaic period. Review by J.M. Bremer (2003) Mnemosyne 56: 614-15 and D.E. Gerber BMCR 2002.12.16.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (1985) 'El viaje nocturno del sol y la Nanno de Mimnermo', EClás 89: 5-20.

Solon

  • Almeida, J.A. (2003) Justice as an Aspect of the Polis Idea in Solon's Political Poems. A Reading of the Fragments in Light of the Researches of New Classical Archaeology. Leiden. Reviewed by A.J. Dominguez BMRC 2004.02.15
  • Anhalt, E.K. (1993) Solon the Singer. Lanham, MD.
  • Blaise, F. (1995) ‘Le fragment 36 W. de Solon: pratique et fondation des normes politiques’, Revue des Études Grecques 108: 24-37.
  • Blaise, F. (2005) ‘Poésie, politique, religion. Solon entre les dieux et les hommes (l’ “Eunomie” et l’ “Elégie aux Muses”, 4 et 13 West)’, Revue de Philosophie Ancienne 23: 3-40.
  • Blaise, F. (2006) ‘Poetics and politics. Tradition re-worked in Solon’s “Eunomia” (poem 4)’, in Solon of Athens: New Historical and Philological Approaches, eds. J.H. Blok & A.P.M.H. Lardinois. Leiden: 114-133.
  • Blaise, F. (2010) 'Le bonheur redéfini. Solon, 23 W.', in D. Thouard-Ch. König (éds.), La Philologie au présent. Pour Jean Bollack. Lille (Presses du Septentrion): 57-67.
  • Blaise, F. (2011) 'La mer juste : Solon, 12 W', Revue des Etudes Grecques 124: 535-547.
  • Blaise, F. (2012) 'Solon entre Zeus et loup: un usage provocant des représentations et des formes poétiques traditionnelles (poème 36 W)' in Approaches to Greek Poetry X. Riu & J. Pòrtulas. Messina: 99-119.
  • Blok, J.H. and Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (eds.) (2006) Solon of Athens: New Historical and Philological Approaches. Leiden. Reviewed by B.M. Lavelle BMCR 2007.04.26.
  • Carvalho, S. and Neto, F.J (2014) 'A crise social na Atenas de Sólon e o estabelecimento da justiça baseada no governo da lei', Humanitas66: 59-85.
  • Gagné, R. (2009) 'Spilling the Sea Out of its Cup: Solon's Elegy to the Muses,' Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 133: 23-49.
  • Irwin, E. (2005) Solon and Early Greek Poetry: The Politics of Exhortation. Cambridge.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (2006) 'Have we Solon's verses?' in Solon of Athens: New Historical and Philological Approaches, eds. J.H. Blok & A.P.M.H. Lardinois. Leiden: 15-35. Dutch version (2006) Lampas 39: 91-109.
  • Lewis, J.D.(2006) Solon the Thinker: Political Thought in Archaic Athens. London. Reviewed by Z. Papakonstantinou BMCR 2007.05.28
  • Monedero, A.J.D. (2001) Solón de Atenas. Editorial Crítica. Barcelona. Reviewed by E. Katz Anhalt BMCR 2002.08.24
  • Mossé, C. (1996) ‘Due miti politici: Licurgo e Solone’, in I Greci: Storia cultura arte società, II, Una storia greca, 1, Formazione, ed. S. Settis. Turin: 1325–35.
  • Mülke, C. (2002) Solons Politische Elegien und Iamben (Fr. 1-13; 32-37 West). Einleitung, Übersetzung, Kommentar. Munich/Leipzig. Reviewed by E. Irwin BMRC 2005.05.26
  • Nagy, G. and M. Noussia-Fantuzzi eds. (2015). Solon in the Making: The Early Reception in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries. Trends in Classics 7.1. De Gruyter.
  • Noussia, M. (2001) Solone: Frammenti dell’opera poetica. Milan.
  • Noussia-Fantuzzi, M. (2010) Solon the Athenian: The Poetic Fragments, Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, pp. xiv+579. Reviewed by D.E. Gerber BMCR 2011.05.05.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (2002) 'La renovación del léxico poético en Solón y los niveles de lengua' in Niveles de lengua y literatura, ed. A. López Eire. Salamanca.
  • Wees, H. van (1999) 'The mafia of early Greece. Violent exploitation in the seventh and sixth centuries BC' in Organized Crime in Antiquity, ed. Keith Hopwood. London: 1-51. Includes discussion of Solon's 'political' fragments.
  • Wees, H. van (2006) 'Mass and elite in Solon's Athens: the property classes revisited', in Solon of Athens: new historical and philological approaches, eds. J. Blok and A. Lardinois. Leiden: 351-89. Abbreviated version in Dutch: (2006) 'Massa en elite in Solon's Athene: de betekenis van de vermogensklassen', Lampas 39: 131-52. Includes discussion of Solon's 'political' fragments.

Theognis

  • Bagordo, A. (2000) 'Teognide 769-772 e il lessico metaletterario arcaico', SemRom 3: 183-203.
  • Bowie, E. (2012) 'An Early Chapter in the History of the Theognidea' in Approaches to Greek Poetry X. Riu & J. Pòrtulas. Messina: 121-148.
  • Colesanti, G. (2011) Questioni Teognidee. La genesi simposiale di un corpus di elegie. Roma. More information.
  • Condello, F. (2010) 'Proverbi in Teognide, Teognide in proverbio' in ΠΑΡΟΙΜΙΑΚΩΣ . Ιl proverbio in Grecia e a Roma (3 vols.) ed. E. Lelli. Pisa/Roma: 61-85.
  • Edmunds, L. (1997) ‘The seal of Theognis (vv. 19–30)’, in Poet, Public and Performance: Essays in Ancient Greek Literature and Literary History, ed. L. Edmunds and R. Wallace. Baltimore and London: 29–48.
  • Ford, A.L. (1985) 'The Seal of Theognis: The Politics of Authorship in Archaic Greece' in Theognis of Megara: Poetry and the Polis, eds. T.J. Figueira and G. Nagy. Baltimore: 82-95.
  • Kurke, L. (1989) 'Kapêleia and Deceit: Theognis 59–60', American Journal of Philology 110: 535–44.
  • Lane Fox, R. (2000) ‘Theognis: an alternative to democracy’, in Alternatives to Athens: Varieties of Political Organization and Community in Ancient Greece, ed. R. Brock and S. Hodkinson. Oxford: 35–51.
  • Lauriola, R. (1999) 'Theog. 207-210: un caso di prolessi narrativa', Athenaeum 87.1: 15-26.
  • Martin, R.P. (2001) ‘Just Like a Woman: Enigmas of the Lyric Voice’, in Making Silence Speak: Women’s Voices in Greek Literature and Society, eds. A. Lardinois and L. McClure. Princeton, N.J.: 55-74.
  • Palutan, M.G. (1995) ‘Osservazioni sui carmi eolici di Teocrito (28, 29 e 30)’, AION (filol) 17: 89–107.
  • Pòrtulas, J. (2006) 'Crizia di Atene e la leggenda archilochea' in L'autore e l'opera: attribuzioni, appropriazioni, apocrifi nella Grecia antica. Atti del convegno internazionale (Pavia, 27-28 maggio 2005). Memorie e atti di convegni 34, ed. Fabio Roscalla. Pisa: Edizioni ETS: 175-91. Reviewed by Jennings, Victoria (2008) BMCR 2008.07.04.
  • Puppini, P. (1991) ‘Espressioni mimiche a simposio’, in Oinēra teuchē: studi triestini di poesia conviviale, ed. K. Fabian et al. Alessandria: 57–71.
  • Rösler, W. (2006) 'La raccolta di Teognide: «il più antico libro dimostrabilmente edito dall'autore stesso». Considerazioni su una tesi di Richard Reitzenstein' in L'autore e l'opera: attribuzioni, appropriazioni, apocrifi nella Grecia antica. Atti del convegno internazionale (Pavia, 27-28 maggio 2005). Memorie e atti di convegni 34, ed. Fabio Roscalla. Pisa: Edizioni ETS: 55-67. Reviewed by Jennings, Victoria (2008) BMCR 2008.07.04.
  • Selle, H. (2008) Theognis und die Theognidea. Berlin & New York.
  • Stein-Hölkeskamp, E. (1996) 'Adel und Volk bei Theognis' in Volk und Verfassung im vorhellenistischen Griechenland, Beiträge auf dem Symposium zu Ehren von Karl-Wilhelm Welwei in Bochum, 1.-2. März 1996. eds. Walter Eder, Karl-Joachim Hölkeskamp. Stuttgart: 21-35.
  • Vetta, M. (2000) ‘Teognide e anonimi nella Silloge teognidea’, in La letteratura pseudepigrafa nella cultura greca e romana: Atti di un incontro di studi, Napoli, 15–17 gennaio 1998, AION(filol) 22: 123–41.
  • Wees, H. van (2000) ‘Megara’s mafiosi. Timocracy and violence in Theognis’, in Alternatives to Athens. Varieties of political organization and community in ancient Greece, eds. R. Brock and S. Hodkinson. Oxford University Press: 52-67. Abbreviated version in Dutch: (2003) ‘Maffiosi in Megara: timocratie en geweld in Theognis’, Lampas 36: 284-99.
  • Yossi, M.J. (Μ. Ι. Γιόση) (2009) 'δεῦρο σὺν αὐλητῆρι. Συμποτική ποιητική στο Θεογνίδειο corpus' ['Deuro syn auleteri: Sympotic poetics in the Theognidean corpus'], in: ΑΝΤΙΦΙΛΗΣΙΣ. Studies on Classical, Byzantine and Modern Greek Literature and Culture in Honour of John-Theophanes A. Papademetriou, ed. Eleni Karamalengou and Eugenia Makrygianni. Stuttgart: 99 - 106.

Xenophanes

  • Granger, Herbert (2007) 'Poetry and Prose: Xenophanes of Colophon', Transactions of the American Philological Association 137.2: 403-33. Abstract. PDF.

Critias

  • Iannucci, A. (1998) 'Elegia e lotta politica. Note di lettura a Crit. fr. 5 W.', AION (filol) 20: 107-127.
  • Iannucci, A. (2002) La parola e l'azione. I frammenti simposiali di Crizia. Bologna. Review by P. Wilson in BMCR 2004.09.16.
  • Iannucci, A. (2003) 'Una ‘corona di giambi’. Ipotesi di lettura del fr. 2 Gent.-Pr. di Crizia', Seminari Romani di Cultura Greca, VI 1: 31-42.
  • Pòrtulas, Jaume (2006) 'Crizia di Atene e la leggenda archilochea' in L'autore e l'opera: attribuzioni, appropriazioni, apocrifi nella Grecia antica. Atti del convegno internazionale (Pavia, 27-28 maggio 2005). Memorie e atti di convegni 34, ed. Fabio Roscalla. Pisa: Edizioni ETS: 175-91. Reviewed by Jennings, Victoria (2008) BMCR 2008.07.04.
  • Rotstein, Andrea (2007) ‘Critias’ invective against Archilochus’, Classical Philology 102: 139-54.

Dionysius Chalcus

  • Rufilanchas, D. R. (2003). 'Dionysius Chalcus fr. 3 again' JHS 123: 181-186.

Euenus

Ion

  • Jennings, Victoria and Andrea Katsaros (eds.) (2007) The World of Ion of Chios. Mnemosyne Supplementa 288. Monographs on Greek and Roman Language and Literature. Leiden. Reviewed by Tell, Hakan (2008) BMCR 2008.10.13.

Phocylides

Adespota Elegiaca

  • Lulli, L., Sbardella, L. (2013) "P. Oxy. 69. 4708 fr. 1. 22-28. Una nuova proposta di integrazione", «ZPE» 186: 27–35.

Greek Lyric Poetry

Lyric General

  • Ahrens, H. L. (1853) ‘Über die Mischung der Dialekte in der griechischen Lyrik’, in Verhandlungen der dreizehnten Versammlung Deutscher Philologen, Schulmänner und Orientalisten in Göttingen vom 29. September bis 2. Oktober, Göttingen: 55-80, reprinted in Kleine Schriften. I, Hannover 1853 (= Hildesheim-New York 1977): 157-81.
  • Angeli Bernardini, P. (1991) ‘L’inno agli dei nella lirica corale greca e la sua dimensione sacrale’, in L’inno tra rituale e letteratura nel mondo antico: Atti di un colloquio Napoli 21–24 ottobre 1991, AION 13: 85–94.
  • Athanassaki, L. (2002) 'On Horace 1.15 and Choral Lyric' in Horace and Greek Lyric, ed. M. Paschalis. Rethymnon Classical Studies 1: 85-101.
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Sappho and Alcaeus

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Sappho

Cf. the bibliography on Sappho made by Martine Cuypers that forms part of a Hellenistic Bibliography.

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  • Dosuna, J. Méndez (2008) 'Miscellanea: Knees and Fawns in the New Sappho', Mnemosyne 61.1: 108-14. PDF.
  • Ferrari, F. (2003) ‘Il pubblico di Saffo’, SIFC 4th series 1: 42–89.
  • Ferrari, F. (2010) Sappho's Gift: The Poet and Her Community. Transl. from (2007) Una mitra per Kleis: Saffo e il suo pubblico. Giardini, Pisa. Benjamin Acosta-Hughes and Lucia Prauscello (tr.), Michigan Classical Press, Ann Arbor.
  • Goldhill, S. (2006) ‘The touch of Sappho’, in Classics and the Uses of Reception, ed. C. Martindale and R. F. Thomas. Oxford: 250–73.
  • Greene, E. (1994) ‘Apostrophe and women’s erotics in the poetry of Sappho’, TAPhA 124: 41–56. (Reprinted in Reading Sappho: Contemporary Approaches, ed.E. Greene. Berkeley and London 1996: 233–47.)
  • Greene, E. (ed.) (1996) Reading Sappho: Contemporary Approaches. Berkeley and London.
  • Greene, E. (ed.) (1996) Re-Reading Sappho: Reception and Transmission, Berkeley and London.
    • Contents: 1. Reflecting Sappho - Glenn W. Most 2. Sappho's afterlife in translation - Yopie Prins 3. Sappho's splintered tongue : silence in Sappho 31 and Catullus 51 - Dolores O'Higgins 4. Ventriloquizing Sappho, or the lesbian muse - Elizabeth D. Harvey 5. Sappho in early modern England : a study in sexual reputation - Harriet Andreadis 6. Sex and philology : Sappho and the rise of German nationalism - Joan DeJean 7. Sappho schoolmistress - Holt N. Parker 8. H.D. and Sappho : "A precious inch of palimpsest" - Erika Rohrbach 9. Sapphistries - Susan Gubar.
  • Greene, E.(2002) ‘Subjects, objects, and erotic symmetry in Sappho’s fragments’, in Among Women: From the Homosocial to the Homosexual, ed. N. Rabinowitz and L. Auanger. Austin: 82–105.
  • Greene, E. (2008) 'Masculine and Feminine, Public and Private, in the Poetry of Sappho' in Dialogism and Lyric Self-fashioning: Bakhtin and the Voices of a Genre, ed. Jacob Blevins, Selinsgrove, Pa. Reviewed by Kershner, S.M. BMCR 2009.06.57.
  • Greene, E. & M. Skinner (eds.) (2009), The New Sappho on Old Age, Cambridge, MA. Table of Contents
  • Gronewald, M. and R.W. Daniel (2004a) ‘Ein neuer Sappho-Papyrus’, ZPE 147: 1–8.
  • Gronewald, M. and R.W. Daniel (2004b) ‘Nachtrag zum neuen Sappho-Papyrus’, ZPE 149: 1–4.
  • Gronewald, M. and R.W. Daniel (2005) ‘Lyrischer Text (Sappho-Papyrus)’, ZPE 154: 7–12.
  • Hutchinson, G.O. (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Jay, P. and C. Lewis (1996) (eds.) Sappho: Through English Poetry. London.
  • Laity, C. (1990) ‘H.D. and A. C. Swinburne: decadence and Sapphic Modernism’, in Lesbian Texts and Contexts: Radical Revisions, ed. K. Jay and J. Glasgow. New York: 217–40.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (1989) 'Lesbian Sappho and Sappho of Lesbos' in From Sappho to de Sade: Moments in the History of Sexuality, ed. J.N. Bremmer. London: 15-35. Dutch version (1988) and Portugese translation (1995).
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (1994) 'Subject and Circumstance in Sappho's Poetry', Transactions of the American Philological Association 124: 57-84.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (1996) 'Who Sang Sappho's Songs?' in Reading Sappho: Contemporary Approaches, ed. E. Greene Berkeley: 150-172.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (2001) 'Keening Sappho: Female Speech Genres in Sappho's Poetry' in Making Silence Speak: Women's Voices in Greek Literature and Society, eds. A. Lardinois and L. McClure. Princeton: 75-92.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. ((2003) 'Drie gedaantes van Helena: Moderne interpretaties van Sappho Fr. 16' (Modern interpretations of Sappho Fr. 16), Lampas 36: 261-283.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (2007) 'Seks à la Sappho', Lampas 40: 273-80. In Dutch.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (2008) ' ‘Someone, I say, will remember us’: Oral Memory in Sappho’s Poetry' in Orality, Literacy, Memory in the Ancient Greek and Roman World, ed. A. MacKay. Leiden: 79-96.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (2009) 'Lesbian Sappho Revisited', in Myths, Martyrs, and Modernity. Studies in the History of Religions in Honour of Jan N. Bremmer, eds. Y.B. Kuiper, J.H.F. Dijkstra & J.E.A. Kroesen. Leiden: Brill: 13-30.
  • Lardinois, A.P.M.H. (2009) ‘The New Sappho Poem (P. Koln 21351 and 21376): Key to the Old Fragments’, in The New Sappho on Old Age, eds. E. Greene & M. Skinner. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ. Press: 41-57.
  • Malnati, A. (1993) ‘Revisione dell’ ostrakon fiorentino di Saffo’, Analecta Papyrologica 5: 21–22.
  • Nagy, G. (1973/1990) ‘Phaethon, Sappho’s Phaon, and the white rock of Leucas’, HSCPh 77 (1973): 137–77. (Revised version in id., Greek Mythology and Poetics. Ithaca, N.Y. 1990: 223–62.)
  • Nagy, G. (1996) ‘Mimesis in lyric: Sappho’s Aphrodite and the Changing Woman of the Apache’, in id., Poetry as Performance: Homer and Beyond. Cambridge: 87–103.
  • Neri, C. (2001) 'In margine a Sapph. fr. 96,8 V.', Eikasmós 12: 11-18.
  • Neri, C. (2005) 'Sudore freddo e tremore (Sapph. fr. 31,13 V. ~ Sen. Tro. 487s. ~ Apul. Met. I 13, II 30, X 10)', Eikasmós 16: 51-62 (con F. Citti).
  • Nobili, C. (2016) 'Mercanti e cortigiane: la fortuna di un topos da Saffo a Eliodoro', Rivista di Filologia e Istruzione Classica 144: 5-24.
  • Peponi, A.-E. (1985) 'Narrative Modes in a lyric litê: Sappho 1 L.P' Philologos 41: 244-259. (in Greek)
  • Peponi, A.-E. (1995) 'Lyric Transformations of Epic Helen: the Technique of Poetic Suppression in Sappho 16 L.P.' in Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium of Ithaki: 315-328. (in Greek)
  • Peponi, A.-E. (1997) 'Mythoplokos Eros: Sappho’s Allusion to her Poetics' in Acta: First Panhellenic and International Conference on Ancient Greek Literature, ed. J.-T. Papademetriou. Athens: 139-165. (in Greek)
  • Peterson, L.H. (1994) ‘Sappho and the making of Tennysonian lyric’, English Literary History 61: 121–37.
  • Powell, J. (2007) The Poetry of Sappho. Oxford.
  • Prins, Y. (1999) Victorian Sappho. Princeton, N.J. and Chichester.
  • Rawles, R. (2006) 'Notes on the interpretation of the 'New Sappho' ' ZPE 157: 1-7.
  • Rayor, D.J. (1991) Sappho’s Lyre: Archaic Lyric and Women Poets of Ancient Greece: Translations, with introduction and notes by D. J.R. Berkeley.
  • Reynolds, M. (1999) (ed.) The Sappho Companion. London.
  • Reynolds, M. (2003) The Sappho History. Basingstoke.
  • Rösler, W. (1990) ‘Realitätsbezug und Imagination in Sapphos Gedicht ΦΑΙΝΕΤΑΙ ΜΟΙ ΚΗΝΟΣ’, in Der Übergang von der Mündlichkeit zur Literatur bei den Griechen, ed. W. Kullmann and M. Reichel. Tübingen: 271–87.
  • Rösler, W. (1992) ‘Homoerotik und Initiation: Über Sappho’, in Homoerotische Lyrik. 6. Kolloquium der Forschungsstelle für europäische Lyrik des Mittelalters an der Universität Mannheim, ed. T. Stemmler. Tübingen: 43–54.
  • Segal, C.P. (1998) ‘Beauty, desire, and absence:Helen in Sappho, Alcaeus, and Ibycus’, in Aglaia: The Poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna. Lanham,Md.: 63–83.
  • Skinner, M.B. (1993) ‘Woman and language in archaic Greece, or, why is Sappho a woman?’, in Feminist Theory and the Classics, ed. N. S. Rabinowitz and A. Richlin. New York: 125–44. (Reprinted with slight changes in Reading Sappho: Contemporary Approaches, ed. E. Greene. Berkeley and London 1996: 175–92).
  • Skinner, M.B. (2002) ‘Aphrodite garlanded: Erôs and poetic creativity in Sappho and Nossis’, in Among Women: From the Homosocial to the Homoerotic in the Ancient World, ed. N. S. Rabinowitz and L. Auanger. Austin: 60–81.
  • Slings, S.R. (1988) 'Sappho fr. 1,19', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 72: 19-20.
  • Slings, S.R. (1991) 'Sappho fr. 1, 8 V.: Golden house or golden chariot?', Mnemosyne 44: 404-410.
  • Slings, S.R. (1994) 'Sappho, fr. 94, 10', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 102: 8.
  • Slings, S.R. (1994) 'Two notes on Sappho's wedding songs', Mnemosyne 47: 677-679.
  • Snyder, J. M. (1997) Lesbian Desire in the Lyrics of Sappho. New York.
  • Steinrück, M. (1999) 'Homer bei Sappho?', Mnemosyne 52: 139-149.
  • Steinrück, M. (2000) 'Neues zu Sappho", ZPE 131: 10-12.
  • Steinrück, M. (2000) 'Sappho sans sa vie', in Biographie des hommes - biographie des dieux, ed. M.-L. Desclos. Grenoble: 113-127.
  • Steinrück, M. (2008) 'Sapphos Alterslied und kein Ende', QUCC 86: 89-94.
  • Steinrück, M. (2010) 'Sappho und die Wahrheit (Ergänzungen zu Fr. 88 V.)', QUCC 94, 79-87.
  • Stehle, E. (1990) ‘Sappho’s gaze: fantasies of a goddess and a young man’, Differences 2: 88–125. (Reprinted with slight changes in Reading Sappho: Contemporary Approaches, ed. E. Greene. Berkeley and London 1996: 193–225.)
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (2000) 'Safo: el alma, el verso, el cuerpo' in La mujer, alma de la literatura, ed. por E. Moral y A. de la Villa. Valladolid: 15-27.
  • Tasagarakis, O. (1979) 'Some neglected aspects of love in Sappho’s Fr. 31 LP', Rheinisches Museum 122: 97-118.
  • Tzamali, E. (1996) Syntax und Stil bei Sappho. Dettelbach.
  • Ucciardello, G. (2001) ‘Sapph. frr. 88 e 159 V. in POxy. LXIV 4411’, ZPE 136: 167–8.
  • Vanita, R. (1996) Sappho and the Virgin Mary: Same-Sex Love and the English Literary Imagination. New York.
  • Wiater, N. (2010) 'Der utopische Körper. Die Interpretation frühgriechischer Lyrik am Beispiel von Sappho frg. 31LP' in: Antike – Lyrik – Heute. Griechisch-römisches Altertum in Gedichten von der Moderne bis zur Gegenwart, eds. Elit, S., Bremer, K., Reents, F. (Hgg.). Remscheid: 23-49.
  • Williamson, M. (1995) Sappho’s Immortal Daughters. Cambridge, Mass.
  • Wilson, L.H. (1996) Sappho’s Sweetbitter Songs: Configurations of Female and Male in Ancient Greek Lyric. London.
  • Winkler, J.J. (1990) ‘Double consciousness in Sappho’s lyrics’, in id., The Constraints of Desire: The Anthropology of Sex and Gender in Ancient Greece. New York: 162–87.
  • Worman, N. (1997) ‘The body as argument: Helen in four Greek texts’, ClAnt 16: 151–203.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (1999) 'Alexandrian Sappho Revisited', Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 99: 179-195.(reprinted in (2002) Greek Literature. Vol. 7: Greek Literature in the Hellenistic Period, ed. G. Nagy. New York/London.)
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (1999) 'When Two Fragments Meet: Sapph. fr. 22 V.', ZPE 128: 22-23.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2001) 'Visualizing Poetry: An Early Representation of Sappho', Classical Philology 96: 159-168.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2003) 'Ritual Poetics in Archaic Lesbos: Contextualizing Genre in Sappho', in Towards a Ritual Poetics, D. Yatromanolakis and P. Roilos. Athens: 43-59.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2004) 'Exploring Lyric Tropes', Synkrise/ Comparaison 15: 70-79.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2004) ‘Fragments, brackets, and poetics: on Anne Carson’s If Not, Winter’, International Journal of the Classical Tradition 11: 266–72.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2005) 'Contrapuntal Inscriptions', ZPE 152: 16-30.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2006) 'A Lyric Epos', Helenika 56: 381-388.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2007) Sappho In The Making: The Early Reception. Cambridge, MA.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2008) 'P.Colon. inv. 21351 + 21376 and P.Oxy. 1787 fr. 1: Music, Politics, and Hellenistic Anthologies', Hellenika 58: 237-255.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2008) Fragments of Sappho: A Commentary. Cambridge, Mass.
  • Yossi, M.J., D. Kioussi and A. Tatsi (eds) (2004) Thelxis. Fifteen Essays on Sappho. Athens: Smili Editions. Articles by B. Gentili, C. Calame, J. McIntosh Snyder, J. J. Winkler, E. Greene, A. Lardinois, P. A. Rosenmeyer. I. Le. Pfeijffer, K. Stanley, Ch. Segal, W. Stehle Stigers. J. Svenbro, E. Robbins, R. Palmisciano, Anne Carson translated into modern Greek with an Introduction by the Editors. (an En Kyklo publication)
  • Yossi, Mary J. (Μ.Ι. Γιόση) (2008) 'Τεθνάκην δ’ἀδόλως θέλω. Αποσπάσματα ερωτικού (;) λόγου. Σαπφώ απ..94 V.' ['tethnaken d’ adolos thelo (Sappho Fr. 94 V.): Fragments of erotic (?) discourse'], in: Proceedings of the XII International Symposium on Sappho (Leukada, July 25-28, 2007), 25-34.
  • Zellner, H.M. (2006) 'Sappho's proof that death is an evil', GRBS 46: 333-337.
  • Zonana, J. (1990) ‘Swinburne’s Sappho: The Muse as sister-goddess’, Victorian Poetry 28: 39–50.

Alcaeus

  • Andrisano, A. (2001) ‘Iambic motifs in Alcaeus' lyrics’, in Iambic Ideas: Essays on a Poetic Tradition from Archaic Greece to the Late Roman Empire, eds. A. Cavarzere et al. Lanham, Md., and Oxford: 41-64.
  • Bachvarova, M.R. (2007) 'Oath and allusion in Alcaeus fr. 129' in Horkos. The Oath in Greek Society, eds. Alan H. Sommerstein, Judith Fletcher. Exeter: 179-188. Reviewed by Kellogg, Danielle L. (2008) BMCR 2008.08.55.
  • Bremer, J.M., A.M. van Erp Taalman Kip and S.R. Slings (1987) Some recently found Greek poems: Text and Commentary. Leiden. Mnemosyne Supplement 99. Contains a text, app. crit. and commentary on some papyri of Archilochus (by Slings), a commentary on a poem by Alcaeus (by Van Erp) and a text, app. crit. and commentary on the 'Lille Stesichorus' (by Bremer, 128-174).
  • Caciagli, S. (2009) 'Lupi e codardi nell’Heraion di Lesbo', ZPE 171: 216-220.
  • Caciagli, S. (2009) 'Un serment violé chez Alcée', REG 122.1: 185-200.
  • Cannatà Fera, M. (2012) 'Sisifo in Alceo' in Approaches to Greek Poetry eds. X. Riu & J. Pòrtulas. Messina: 29-43.
  • Cazzato, V. (2016) '‘Symposia en plein air in Alcaeus and others’, in The Cup of Song. Essays on Poetry and the Symposion, eds. V. Cazzato, D. Obbink, E. Prodi, Oxford.
  • Gagné, R. (2009) 'Atreid Ancestors in Alkaios', Journal of Hellenic Studies 129: 39-43.
  • Hutchinson, G.O. (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Kurke, L. (1994) 'Crisis and Decorum in Sixth–Century Lesbos: Reading Alkaios Otherwise', Quaderni Urbinati di cultura classica, n.s. 47: 67-92.
  • Lelli, E. (2006) Volpe e leone. Il proverbio nella poesia greca (Alceo, Cratino, Callimaco). Filologia e critica, 93. Roma: Edizioni dell'Ateneo. Table of Contents. Reviewed by Massimiliano Ornaghi, BMCR 2008.01.39.
  • Lelli, E. (2010) 'La pragmatica proverbiale di Alceo' in ΠΑΡΟΙΜΙΑΚΩΣ . Ιl proverbio in Grecia e a Roma (3 vols.) ed. E. Lelli. Pisa/Roma: 53-60.
  • Lentini, G. (2002) 'I simposi del tiranno: Sui frr. 70–72 V. di Alceo' in ZPE 139: 3–18.
  • Liberman, G. (1999) Alcée: Fragments. (2 vols.). Paris.
  • Nagy, Gregory (1993) ‘Alcaeus in sacred space’, in Tradizione e innovazione nella cultura greca da Omero all’età ellenistica, ed. R. Pretagostini, vol. I. Rome: 221–5.
  • Neri, Camillo (1996) 'Poeti, filologi e patelle (Alcae. fr. 359 V., Dicaearch. fr. 99 Wehrli, Ar. Byz. fr. 367 Sl.)', Eikasmós 7: 25-55.
  • Pardini, A. (1991) ‘La ripartizione in libri dell’opera di Alceo: Per un esame della questione’, RFIC 119: 257–84.
  • Porro, A. (1990) ‘La fortuna di Alceo: tradizione e studio della poesia alcaica fino al II sec.d.C.’, Aevum(ant) 3: 75–98.
  • Porro, A. (1994) Vetera Alcaica: L’esegesi di Alceo dagli Alessandrini all’età imperiale. Milan.
  • Porro, A. (1995) ‘Alceo e le metafore dei giochi simposiali’, in Studia classica Iohanni Tarditi oblata, ed. L. Belloni et al., vol. I. Milan: 357–68.
  • Porro, A. (2004) ‘Alcaeus’, in Commentaria et lexica Graeca in papyris reperta, pars I, vol. 1, fasc. 1: Aeschines-Alcaeus, ed. G. Bastianini et al. Munich and Leipzig: 75–246.
  • Segal, C. P. (1998) ‘Beauty, desire, and absence: Helen in Sappho, Alcaeus, and Ibycus’, in Aglaia: The Poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna. Lanham,Md.: 63–83.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (2008) 'Genre Categories and Interdiscursivity in Alkaios and Archaic Greece', Synkrise/Comparaison 19: 169-187.

Incertum utrius auctoris fragmenta

Alcman

Cf. The Alcman bibliography that is maintained by George Hinge. This website forms part of a project on the dialect of Alcman (in German with a summary in English and Danish).

  • Athanassaki, L. (2009) ἀείδετο πὰν τέμενος. Οι χορικές παραστάσεις και το κοινό τους στην αρχαϊκή και πρώϊμη κλασική περίοδο. Herakleion. Study of choral performance contexts especially in Alcman, Pindar, and Bacchylides. More information.
  • Bagordo, A. (1998) 'Zu Alkman, Fr. 17 Davies', Hermes 126: 259–-68.
  • Bierl, Anton (2007) 'L'uso intertestuale di Alcmane nel finale della Lisistrata di Aristofane. Coro e rito nel contesto performativo' in Dalla lirica corale alla poesia drammatica. Forme e funzioni del canto corale nella tragedia e nella commedia greca, eds. F. Perusino and M. Colantonio. Pisa: 259–290. With a comparison between Alcman and the last songs in Ar. Lysistrata.
  • Bierl, Anton (2011), ‘Alcman at the End of Aristophanes' Lysistrata: Ritual Interchorality", in: L. Athanassaki, E. Bowie (ed.), Archaic and Classical Choral Song. Performance, Politics and Dissemination (Trends in Classics, Supp. 10), Berlin/New York: 415–436.
  • Bowie, Ewen (2011), 'Alcman's First Partheneion and what the Sirens sang', in: L. Athanassaki, E. Bowie (ed.), Archaic and Classical Choral Song. Performance, Politics and Dissemination (Trends in Classics, Supp. 10), Berlin/New York, 33-66.
  • Caciagli, Stefano (2009) 'Un contesto per Alcm. PMGF 1', Eikasmos 20: 19-46.
  • Calame, Claude (1983) Alcman. Texte critique, témoignages, traduction et commentaire. Roma.
  • Carey, Chris (2011), 'Alcman: From Laconia to Alexandria', in: . Athanassaki, E. Bowie (ed.), Archaic and Classical Choral Song. Performance, Politics and Dissemination (Trends in Classics, Supp. 10), Berlin/New York: 437-61.
  • Clark, Christina A. (1996) ‘The Gendering of the Body in Alcman’s Partheneion 1: Narrative, Sex, and Social Order in Archaic Sparta’, Helios 23: 143-172.
  • Felson, N. (ed.) (2004) ‘The poetics of deixis in Alcman, Pindar and other lyric’, Arethusa 37.3: 253–468.
  • Ferrari, Gloria (2008) Alcman and the Cosmos of Sparta. Chicago and London. Reviewed by A. J. Podlecki BMCR 2009.10.59.
  • Hinge, George (2006) Die Sprache Alkmans: Textgeschichte und Sprachgeschichte. Wiesbaden: Dr. Ludwig Reichert Verlag. Serta Graeca 24. Cf. his website Die Sprache Alkmans.
  • Hutchinson, G. O. (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Lillo, A. (1995) ‘El hapax κλεεννά y la lengua poética de Alcmán’, Emerita 63: 21–45.
  • Patterson, Lee E. (2005) 'Alcman’s Partheneion and Eliade’s Sacred Time', Classical and Modern Literature 25.1: 115-27.
  • Peponi, Anastasia-Erasmia (2004) 'Initiating the Viewer: Deixis and Visual Perception in Alcman’s Lyric Drama', Arethusa 37.3: 295-316.
  • Peponi, Anastasia-Erasmia (2007) 'Sparta’s Prima Ballerina: Choreia in Alcman's Second Partheneion (3 PMGF)', Classical Quarterly 57.2: 351-62.
  • Peron, Jacques (1987) ‘Demi-chœurs chez Alcman, Parth. I, v. 39-59’, Grazer Beiträge 14: 35-53.
  • Priestley, J.M. (2007) 'The φαρος of Alcman's Partheneion 1', Mnemosyne 60.2: 175-95.
  • Poltera, O. (1997) Le langage de Simonide: Etude sur la tradition poétique et son renouvellement. (Sapheneia 1). Bern.
  • Puelma, M. (1995) ‘Die Selbstbeschreibung des Chores in Alkmans großem Partheneion-Fragment (fr. 1 P. = 23 B., 1 D. V. 36–105)’, in M. Puelma, Labor et lima: Kleine Schriften und Nachträge, ed. I. Fasel. Basel: 51–110. [Originally published in MH 34 (1977): 1–55.]
  • Robbins, Emmet (1991) 'Alcman’s Partheneion: Legend and Choral Ceremony', CQ 44: 7-16.
  • Robbins, Emmet (1997) ‘Public poetry’, in A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets, ed. Douglas E. Gerber. Leiden: 223–42.
  • Rossi, L. E. (1993) ‘Lirica arcaica e scoli simposiali (Alc. 249,6–9 V. e carm. conv. 891 P.)’, in Tradizione e innovazione nella cultura greca da Omero all’età ellenistica, ed. R. Pretagostini, vol. I. Rome: 237–46.
  • Sassi, M. M. (2005) ‘Poesie und Kosmogonie: Der Fall Alkman’, in Frühgriechisches Denken, ed. G. Rechenauer. Göttingen: 63–80.
  • Swift L. (2016) ‘Visual Imagery in Parthenaic Song’, in The Look of Lyric: Greek Song and the Visual, eds V. Cazzato and A. Lardinois. Leiden: 255-97
  • Too, Y. L. (1997) ‘Alcman’s Parthenion: the maidens dance the city’, QUCC 85 (= n.s. 56.2): 7–29.

Stesichorus

  • Arrighetti, G. (1995) 'L'arte di Stesicoro nel giudizio degli antichi', in Poésie et lyrique antiques: Actes du colloque organisé par C. Meillier à l’Université Charles-de-Gaulle, Lille III, 2-4 juin 1993, ed. L. Dubois. Lille: 55-72.
  • Barker, Andrew (2001) 'La musica di Stesicoro', Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 67.1: 7-20.
  • Bassi, K. (1993) ‘Helen and the discourse of denial in Stesichorus’ Palinode’, Arethusa 26: 51-75.
  • Beecroft, A.J. (2006) ‘“This is not a true story”: Stesichorus’s Palinode and the revenge of the epichoric’, TAPhA 136: 47-69.
  • Blaise, Fabienne (1995) ‘Les deux (?) Hélène de Stésichore’, in Poésie et lyrique antique, ed. L. Dubois, Lille: 29-40. Full text: Media:Blaise1995Stesichorus.pdf.
  • Bremer, J.M., A.M. van Erp Taalman Kip and S.R. Slings (1987) Some recently found Greek poems: Text and Commentary. Leiden. Mnemosyne Supplement 99. Contains a text, app. crit. and commentary on some papyri of Archilochus (by Slings), a commentary on a poem by Alcaeus (by Van Erp) and a text, app. crit. and commentary on the 'Lille Stesichorus' (by Bremer, 128-174).
  • Campbell, D. A. (1991) Greek Lyric III: Stesichorus, Ibycus, Simonides, and Others. Cambridge, Mass. and London.
  • Carruesco, J. (2012) 'Helen’s Voice and Choral Mimesis from Homer to Stesichorus' in Approaches to Greek Poetry eds. X. Riu & J. Pòrtulas. Messina: 149-172.
  • Cingano, E. (1990) ‘L’Opera di Ibico e di Stesicoro nella classificazione degli antichi e dei moderni’, in Lirica Greca e Latina. Atti del Convegno di studi Polacco-Italiano, Poznan 2–5 maggio 1990, (AION 12): 189–224.
  • Cingano, E. (1993) ‘Indizi di esecuzione corale in Stesicoro’, in Tradizione e innovazione nella cultura greca da Omero all’età ellenistica, ed. R. Pretagostini, vol. I. Rome: 347–61.
  • D'Alessio, G. B. (2013). THE WANDERINGS OF THE THESTORIDS:(STESICHORUS FR. 193.16-22 PMGF). Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 186, 36-37.
  • D’Alfonso, F. (1994) Stesicoro e la performance: Studio sulle modalità esecutive dei carmi stesicorei. Rome.
  • Demos, M. (1999) Lyric Quotation in Plato. Lanham, Md. [Simonides, Pindar, Stesichorus]
  • Finglass, P. J., & Kelly, A. (Eds.). (2015). Stesichorus in Context. Cambridge.
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  • Irvine, J. A. D. (1997) ‘Keres in Stesichorus’ Geryoneis: P. Oxy. 2617 fr. 1 (A)–(B) = SLG 21 Reconsidered’, ZPE 115: 37–46.
  • Lazzeri, Massimo (2008) Studi sulla Gerioneide di Stesicoro. Quaderni del Dipartimento di scienze dell'antichità / Università degli studi di Salerno 35. Napoli: Arte tipografica.
  • Massimilla, G. (1995) ‘L’influsso di Stesicoro sulla poesia ellenistica’, in Poésie et lyrique antiques: Actes du colloque organisé par C. Meillier à l’Université Charles-de-Gaulle, Lille III, 2–4 juin 1993, ed. L. Dubois. Lille: 41–53.
  • Müller-Goldingen, C. (2000) ‘Tradition und Innovation: Zu Stesichoros’ Umgang mit dem Mythos’, AC 69: 1–19.
  • Neri, Camillo (2008) 'Trattativa contro il fato (Stesich. PMGF 222b,176-231)', Eikasmós 19: 11-44.
  • Noussia-Fantuzzi, M. (2013). 'A Scenario for the Portrayal of the Monster Geryon in Stesichorus’Geryoneis', Trends in Classics 5.2: 234-59.
  • Robbins, Emmet (1997) ‘Public poetry’, in A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets, ed. D. E. Gerber. Leiden: 223–42.
  • Schade, G. (2003) Stesichoros: Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 2359, 3876, 2619, 2803. (Mnemosyne suppl. 237). Leiden and Boston.
  • Slings, S.R. (1998) 'Hoge en lage lyriek in de zesde eeuw. I: Stesichoros', Hermeneus 70:188-195. In Dutch.
  • Suárez de la Torre, Emilio (2007) 'Helena, de la épica a la lírica griega arcaica (Safo, Alceo, Estesícoro)' in AA.VV., O mito de Helena de Tróia à actualidade. Coimbra. vol. I: 55-79.
  • Swift, L. (2016) ‘Stesichorus on Stage’, in Stesichorus in Context, eds P. J. Finglass and A. Kelly. Cambridge: 125-44.

Ibycus

  • Bonanno, M. G. (2004) ‘Come guarire dal complesso epico: L’Ode a Policrate di Ibico’, in Samo. Storia, letteratura, scienza: Atti delle giornate di studio, Ravenna, 14–16 novembre 2002, ed. E. Cavallini. Pisa and Rome: 67–96.
  • Cazzato, V. (2013) ‘Worlds of erôs in Ibycus fr. 286 PMGF’, in Eros in Ancient Greece, edited by E. Sanders, C. Thumiger, C. Carey, and N. Lowe, Oxford.
  • Cingano, E. (1990) ‘L’Opera di Ibico e di Stesicoro nella classificazione degli antichi e dei moderni’, in Lirica Greca e Latina. Atti del Convegno di studi Polacco-Italiano, Poznan 2–5 maggio 1990, (AION 12): 189–224.
  • Campbell, D. A. (1991) Greek Lyric III: Stesichorus, Ibycus, Simonides, and Others. Cambridge, Mass. and London.
  • Giannini, P. (2004) ‘Ibico a Samo’, in Samo. Storia, letteratura, scienza: Atti delle giornate di studio, Ravenna, 14–16 novembre 2002, ed. E. Cavallini. Pisa and Rome: 51–64.
  • Hutchinson, G. O. (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Pardini, A.(2001) ‘Interpretare segni di lettura: in margine a P.Oxy. 1790 (Ibico)’, RCCM 43: 39–46.
  • Segal, C. P. (1998) ‘Beauty, desire, and absence: Helen in Sappho, Alcaeus, and Ibycus’, in Aglaia: The Poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna. Lanham,Md.: 63–83.
  • Tortorelli, William (2004) 'A Proposed Colometry of Ibycus 286', Classical Philology 99.4: 370-376. URL
  • Ucciardello, Giuseppe (2005) 'Sulla tradizione del testo di Ibico', in Lirica e Teatro in Grecia. Il Testo e la sua ricezione (Atti del II Incontro di Studi, Perugia 23-24 gennaio 2003), a cura di S. Grandolini. Napoli: 21-88.

Anacreon

  • Achilleos, S. (2004) ‘The Anacreontea and a tradition of refined male sociability’ in A Pleasing Sinne: Drink and Conviviality in Seventeenth-Century England, ed. A. Smyth. Cambridge: 21-35.
  • Aloni, A. (2000) 'Anacreonte a Atene: datazione e significato di alcune iscrizioni tiranniche', ZPE 130: 81-94.
  • Bernsdorff, H. (2011). Notes on P. Oxy. 3722 (Commentary on Anacreon). Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 29-34.
  • Braghetti, G. A. (2001) 'L'interpretazione dell' "io" nella lirica arcaica: alcuni esempi anacreontei', in I lirici greci: forme della comunicazione e storia del testo, eds. M. Cannatà Fera and G. B. D'Alessio. Messina: 135-40.
  • Brown, M. (1999) ‘Passion and love: Anacreontic song and the roots of Romantic lyric’, English Literary History 66: 373–404.
  • Budelmann, Felix (2009) 'Anacreon and the Anacreontea' in The Cambridge companion to Greek lyric, Budelmann, Felix (ed.). Cambridge: 227-39.
  • Campbell, D. A. (1990) ‘Herrick to Anacreon’, in Cabinet of the Muses: Essays on Classical and Comparative Literature in Honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, ed. M. Griffith and D. J. Mastronarde. Atlanta, Ga.: 333–41.
  • Hutchinson, G. O. (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Iannucci, A. (1999) 'Callimaco, Anacreonte e il ‘bere vino’ (Callim. Aet. fr. 178,11 s. Pf.; Anacr. fr. 56 Gent. = 2 W.)', Quaderni del Dipartimento di Filologia, Linguistica e Tradizione Classica di Torino 12: 131-140.
  • Kantzios, Ippokratis (2005) 'Tyranny and the Symposion of Anacreon', Classical Journal 100: 227-45.
  • Ladianou, Katerina (2005) 'The Poetics of Choreia: Imitation and Dance in the Anacreontea ', Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 80: 47-60.
  • Lenz, L. (1994) ‘Zwei Flaneure: Anakreon 54 D (=388 PMG) und Horaz’ 4. Epode’, Gymnasium 101: 483–501.
  • Mason, T. (1990) ‘Abraham Cowley and the wisdom of Anacreon’, The Cambridge Quarterly 19: 103–37.
  • Molfino, M. (1998) ‘Lusit Anacreon. Esegesi anacreontea antica in P.Oxy. 3722’,Maia 50: 317–28.
  • O’Brien, J. (1995) Anacreon Redivivus: A Study of Anacreontic Translation in Midsixteenth-century France. Ann Arbor.
  • Pelliccia, H. (1991) ‘Anacreon 13 (358 PMG)’, CPh 86: 30–6.
  • Pfeijffer, I. L. (2000) ‘Playing ball with Homer: an interpretation of Anacreon 358 PMG’, Mnemosyne 53: 164–84.
  • Price, S. D. (1990) ‘Ancreontic vases reconsidered’, GRBS 31: 133–75.
  • Puppini, P. (1991) ‘Espressioni mimiche a simposio’, in Oinēra teuchē: studi triestini di poesia conviviale, ed. K. Fabian et al. Alessandria: 57–71.
  • Ridgway, B. S. (1998) ‘An issue of methodology: Anakreon, Perikles, Xanthippos’, AJA 102: 717–38.
  • Rosenmeyer, P. A. (1992) The Poetics of Imitation: Anacreon and the Anacreontic Tradition. Cambridge.
  • Rosenmeyer, P. A. (2002) ‘The Greek Anacreontics and sixteenth-century French lyric poetry’, in The Classical Heritage in France, ed. G. Sandy. Leiden: 393–424.
  • Roth, M. (2000) ‘“Anacreon” and drink poetry; or, the art of feeling very very good’, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 42: 314–45.
  • Slings, S.R. (1978) 'Anacreon's two meadows', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 30: 38.
  • Slings, S.R. (1998) 'Hoge en lage lyriek in de zesde eeuw: II Anakreon', Hermeneus 70: 247-253. In Dutch.
  • Steinrück, M. (1995) 'Lautechos bei Anacreon', in Lo spettacolo delle voci, eds. F. De Martino A.H. Sommerstein. Bari: 173-192.
  • Vetta, M. (1998) ‘Anacreonte e i cospiratori di Samo (fr. 21 G.)’, RCCM 40: 321–7.
  • Vox, O. (1990) Studi Anacreontei. Bari.
  • Williamson, M. (1998) ‘Eros the blacksmith: performing masculinity in Anakreon’s love lyrics’, in Thinking Men: Masculinity and its Self-Representation in the Classical Tradition, ed. L. Foxhall and J. Salmon. London: 71–82.
  • Yatromanolakis, Dimitrios (2007) Sappho In The Making: The Early Reception. Cambridge, MA.

Simonides

  • Aloni, A. (1994) 'L’elegia di Simonide dedicate alla battaglia di Platea (Sim. frr. 10-18 W2 ) e l’occasione della sua performance', ZPE 102 (1994) 9-22. In English as: 'The proem of Simonides’ Plataea elegy and the circumstances of its performance', in Boedeker and Sider (2001), pp. 86-105.
  • Aloni, A. (2006) ‘A proposito di Simon. fr. 22 W2 e Ael. Aristid. 31,2 K.’, Eikasmos 17: 69-73.
  • Andreoli, Francesca (2005) Per un riesame critico del 'nuovo Simonide' elegiaco. Parma. PDF.
  • Angeli Bernardini, P. (1969) 'Simonide: Rassegna critica delle edizioni, traduzioni e studi dal 1949 al 1968 (1969'), QUCC 8 (1969) 140-68.
  • Argentieri, L. (1988) ‘Epigrammi e libro: Morfologia delle raccolte epigrammatiche premeleagree’, ZPE 121: 1 20.
  • Arrighetti, G. (2007) ‘La ἐπώνυμος ἡμιθέων γενεή di Simonide, fr. 11, 16-18 W2’. Eikasmos 18: 89-98.
  • Arroyo, A. M. (2010) ‘Simonide e Teognide: i contesti eroici dell’elegia classica’, in E. Bona and M. Curnis (eds.), Linguaggi del potere, poteri del linguaggio = Langages du pouvoir, pouvoirs du langage (Alessandria): 97-106.
  • Barchiesi, A. (1996) ‘Poetry, praise, and patronage: Simonides in the fourth book of Horace’s Odes’, ClAnt 15: 5-47.
  • Barchiesi, A. (1995) ‘Simonide e Orazio sulla morte di Achille’, ZPE 104: 33-8.
  • Barigazzi, A. (1963). ‘Nuovi frammenti delle elegie di Simonide (Ox.Pap. 2327)’, MH 20: 61-76.
  • Barrigón Fuentes, C. (2002). L’a expresión del sentimiento amoroso en Simónides’. Humanitas (Coimbra) 54: 9-33.
  • Barrigón Fuentes, C. (2007). ‘Simónides de Ceos y su concepción poética’, in E. Suárez De La Torre (ed.), Teoría y Práctica de la Composición Poética en el Mundo Antiguo e su Pervivencia (Valladolid).
  • Bartol, K. (1993) Greek Elegy and Iambus: Studies in Ancient Literary Sources. Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu.
  • Bartol, K. (1998) 'Schnee beim Gelage zu Simonides, Eleg. 25 W.2', Eos 85: 185-188.
  • Bartol, K. (1999) 'Between Loyalty and Treachery. P. Oxy. 2327 fr. 1+ 2(a) col. I = Simonides 21 West2 - Some Reconsiderations', ZPE 126: 26-28.
  • Bearzot, Cinzia. (1997). ‘P.Oxy. 3965: Considerazioni sulla data e sull’ispirazione dell’elegia di Simonide per la battaglia di Platea’, in B. Kramer et al. (eds.), Akten des 21. Internationalen Papyrologenkongresses, Berlin, 13.-19. 8. 1995 (Stuttgart): 71-9.
  • Bell, J. M. (1978) ‘Κίμβιξ καὶ σοφός: Simonides in the anecdotal tradition’, QUCC 28: 29–86.
  • Benelli, L. (2013) 'P. Oxy. XXV 2434 Fr. 5–6', APF 59.2: 298-300.
  • Bernsdorff, H. (1996) 'Zu Simonides Fr. 22 West2', ZPE 114: 24-26.
  • Boedeker, D. (1995) 'Simonides on Plataea: Narrative Elegy, Mythodic History' ZPE 107: 217-229.
  • Boedeker, D. (1998) 'The New Simonides and Heroization at Plataia' in Archaic Greece: New Approaches and New Evidence, eds. Nick Fisher and Hans van Wees. Cardiff and London: 231-249.
  • Boedeker, D. (2007). ‘The View from Eleusis Demeter in the Persian Wars’, in E. Bridges, E. Hall, and P. J. Rhodes (eds.), Cultural Responses to the Persian Wars: Antiquity to the Third Millennium (New York): 65-80.
  • Boedeker, D. and Sider, D. (eds.) (2001) The New Simonides: Contexts of Praise and Desire. Oxford.
    • Contents: Part I Fragments 1-22 W² : text, apparatus criticus, and translation - David Sider Part II 1. The new Simonides : toward a commentary - Ian Rutherford 2. "These fragments we have shored against our ruin" - Peter Parsons 3. The genre of Plataea : generic unity in the new Simonides - Dirk Obbink 4. The proem of Simonides' Plataea elegy and the circumstances of its performance - Antonio Aloni 5. A bard of the Iron Age and his auxiliary muse - Eva Stehle 6. Heroic historiography : Simonides and Herodotus on Plataea - Deborah Boedeker 7. Epic and epiphanies : Herodotus and the "new Simonides" - Simon Hornblower 8. Paths to heroization at Plataea - Deborah Boedeker 9. Lords of Hellas, old men of the sea : the occasion of Simonides' elegy on Plataea - P.-J. Shaw 10. The new Simonides and Homer's Hemitheoi - Jenny Strauss Clay 11. Utopian and erotic fusion in a new elegy by Simonides - Sarah Mace 12. To sing or to mourn? A reappraisal of Simonides 22 W² - Dimitrios Yatromanolakis 13. "New Simonides" or old Semonides? Second thoughts on POxy 3965 fr. 26 - Thomas K. Hubbard 14. Heroes, descendants of Hemitheoi : the proemium of Theocritus and Simonides 11 W² - Marco Fantuzzi 15. The poet unleaved : Simonides and Callimachus - Richard Hunter 16. Simonides and Horace on the death of Achilles - Alessandro Barchiesi 17. Simonides and Horace - Stephen Harrison 18. "As is the generation of leaves" in Homer, Simonides, Horace, and Stobaeus - David Sider
  • Bravi, Luigi (ed.) (2006) Gli epigrammi di Simonide e le vie della tradizione. Filologia e critica 94. Roma: Edizioni dell'Ateneo. Reviewed by Sider, David (2008) BMCR 2008.02.47.
  • Bravi, Luigi. (2005). ‘Gli epigrammi di Simonide e il P.Mil.Vogl. VIII 309’, in M. Di Marco et al., eds. Posidippo e gli altri: Il poeta, il genere, il contesto culture e letterario. Pisa/Rome: pp. 1-7.
  • Bremer, J.M. (1991) 'Poets and their patrons', in Fragmenta Dramatica, eds. A. Harder and H. Hofmann. Göttingen: 39-60. In this paper a substantial section on Simonides and Pindar.
  • Bremmer, J. (2006). ‘The rise of the hero cult and the new Simonides’, ZPE 158: 15-26.
  • Brillante, C. (2000) 'Simonide, fr. Eleg. 22 West2', QUCC 64: 29-38.
  • Burzacchini, G. (1995). ‘Note al nuovo Simonide’, Eikasmos 6: 21-35.
  • Campbell, D.A. (ed.) (1991) Greek Lyric III: Stesichorus, Ibycus, Simonides, and Others. Cambridge MA and London.
  • Capra, A. (2001) ‘“Addio, Achille”, o il commiato dell’epos (Simon. fr. 11,13–21 W.2)’, Eikasmos 12: 43–54.
  • Capra, A. (2004) ‘Simonide e le corone di Omero’, in Momenti della ricezione omerica: Poesia arcaica e teatro, ed. G. Zanetto et al. (Quaderni di Acme 67). Milan: 101–26.
  • Capra, A.and M. Curti (1995). ‘Semidei simonidei: Note sull’elegia di Simonide per la battaglia di Platea (P.Oxy. 3965 frr. 1-2 + 2327 fr. 6 + 27 col. i)’, ZPE 104: 27-32.
  • Cassio, A. C. (1994). ‘I distici del polyandrion di Ambracia e l᾿ ‘io anonimo’ nell᾿epigramma greco’, SMEA 33: 101-17.
  • Cataudella, Q. ,’L’elegia di Semonide e l’ode di Orazio IV 7’, Boll. di Filol. class. 1929) 229-32; repr. in id. Intorno ai lirici greci (Rome 1972) 16-20.
  • Catenacci, C. (2000). ‘L’eros impossibile e ruoli omoerotici (Simonide fr. 21 West2)’, QUCC 66: 57-67.
  • Catenacci, C.. (2001). ‘Simonide e i Corinzi nella battaglia di Platea (Plut. De Herodt. malign. 872D-E = Simon. frr.15-16 West)’, QUCC 67: 117-31.
  • Catenacci, C.. (2002). ‘Simonide, fr. 11, 17 W2: (elegia per la battaglia di Platea)’, in M. S. Celentano (ed.), Τέρψις: In ricordo di Maria Laetitia Coletti (Alessandria), pp. 29-33.
  • Demos, M. (1999) Lyric Quotation in Plato. Lanham, Md. [Simonides, Pindar, Stesichorus]
  • D’Alfonso, F. (2003). ‘Il ringiovanimento nelle terre dell'utopia: (Simonides 22 W.2 = P.Oxy. 2327 fr. 3 + 2a col. II + b + 4 + P.Oxy. 3965 fr. 27)’, Riv.Cultura Class.Med. 1: 7-32.
  • Danielewicz, J. (1994). ‘Nowo odkryte elegie Simonidesa’, Meander 49: 211-18.
  • Erbse, H. (1998). ‘Zu den Epigrammen des Simonides’. RhM 141: 213 30.
  • Fantuzzi, M. (1998). ‘Il proemio di Theocr. 17 e Simon. IEG2 W: Eroi, discendenti di semidei’, Prometheus 24: 97-110.
  • Flower, M. A. (2000) ‘From Simonides to Isocrates: the fifth-century origins of fourth century panhellenism’, ClAnt 19: 65–101.
  • Grethlein, J. (2010). The Greeks and Their Past: Poetry, Oratory and History in the Fifth Century BCE. (Cambridge). Ch. 3, ‘Elegy: The ‘New Simonides’ and earlier elegies’, pp. 47-73.
  • Hutchinson, G.O. (ed.) (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Hunter, R. (1993). ‘One party or two?: Simonides 22 West2’, ΖPΕ 99: 11-14.
  • Kowerski, L.M. (2005) Simonides on the Persian Wars: A Study of the Elegiac Verses of the ‘New Simonides’. New York and London.
  • Mace, S. (2001) 'Utopian and erotic fusion in a new elegy by Simonides (22 West2)', in The New Simonides: Contexts of Praise and Desire, ed. D. Boedeker and D. Sider. New York and Oxford: 185–207.
  • Mayer, Péter (2007) 'Überlegungen zum Vortragskontext und zur Aussage der 'Plataia-Elegie' des Simonides (frr. 10-18 W2)', Hermes 135: 373-388.
  • Molyneux, J.H. (1992) Simonides: A Historical Study. Wauconda.
  • Most, G.W. (1994) ‘Simonides’ ode to Scopas in contexts’, in Modern Critical Theory and Classical Literature, ed. I. J. F. de Jong and J. P. Sullivan. Leiden: 127–52.
  • Nobili,, C. (2012) 'Un epinicio di Simonide per gli Spartani (Simonide frr. 34 e 76 Poltera = 519 fr. 132 PMG/S 319 e S 363 SLG)', in M.P. Bologna, M. Ornaghi (eds.), Novissima studia. Dieci anni di antichistica milanese. Atti dei seminari di dipartimento 2011, Milan: 151-180.
  • Obbink, D. (1996) 'The Hymnic structure of the New Simonides', Arethusa 29: 193-204.
  • O’ Hara, J. (1998) 'Venus or the Muse as 'ally' (Lucr. 1.24, Simon. frag. Eleg. 11.20-22 W)', CP 93: 69-74.
  • Parsons, P.J. (1992) ‘3965: Simonides, Elegies’, in Oxyrhynchus Papyri 59: 4–50.
  • Petrovic, A. (2002) 'Der simonideische makros logos und die sophokleische Antigone. Zur Identifizierung einer alten dramatischen Gestaltungsweise', Phaos Revista de Estudos Classicos 2: 121-131.
  • Petrovic, A. (2007) Kommentar zu den simonideischen Versinschriften. Leiden-Boston: Brill.
  • Poltera, O. (1997) Le langage de Simonide. Étude sur la tradition poétique et son renouvellement. Bern.
  • Poltera, O. (ed.) (2008) Simonides lyricus. Testimonia und Fragmente. Einleitung, kritische Ausgabe, Übersetzung und Kommentar. Basel.
  • Rawles, R. (2005) 'Simonides and a new papyrus in Princeton', ZPE 153: 59-67. This article is an edition of P. Princeton inv. AM87-59A with comment. The papyrus contains a Simonides testimonium.
  • Rawles, R. (2008) 'Simonides and Theocritus 4: intertextual readings', MD 59: 9-34.
  • Rawles, R. (2008) 'Simonides fr.11.14 W: "Close-fighting Danaans"', Mnemosyne 61.3: 459-66.
  • Rawles, R. (2008) 'Simonides and Theocritus 4: intertextual readings.' Materiali e discussioni per l’analisi dei testi classici. 59, 9-34.
  • Rawles, R. (2013) 'Aristophanes’ Simonides: Lyric Models for Praise and Blame.' in: Greek Comedy and the Discourse of Genres, E. Bakola, L. Prauscello and M. Telo eds. Cambridge.
  • Robbins, E. (1997) ‘Public poetry’, in A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets, ed. D. E. Gerber. Leiden: 223–42.
  • Rutherford, I. (1990) 'Paeans by Simonides', HSCP 93: 169-209.
  • Rutherford, I. (1996) 'The New Simonides: towards a commentary', Arethusa 29: 167-192.
  • Schachter, A. (1998) 'Simonides’ Elegy on Plataia: the occasion of its performance', ZPE 123: 25-30.
  • Slings, S.R. (2003) 'De nieuwe Simonides', Lampas 36: 243-260. In Dutch.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (1998) 'El adjetivo ἐπώνυμος en la elegía por la batalla de Platea de Simónides (Fr. 11.17 West2)', Lexis 16: 29-32.
  • Wiater, N. (2005) 'Eine poetologische Deutung des σηκός in Simonides Fr. 531 PMG', Hermes 133/1: 44-55.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (1998) 'Simonides fr. eleg. 22 W2: To Sing or to Mourn?', Zeitschrift fuer Papyrologie und Epigraphik 120: 1-11 (reprinted in (2002) Greek Literature. Vol. 3. Greek Literature in the Archaic Period: The Emergence of Authorship, ed. G. Nagy. New York/London).

Pindar

Cf. the bibliography on Pindar made by Martine Cuypers that forms part of a Hellenistic Bibliography and this bibliography compiled by G. Tsatsani of the University of Crete: Media:TSATSANI-Bibliography_in_Pindar's_Odes.pdf‎.

  • Agocs, P. (2009) 'Memory and Forgetting in Pindar's Seventh Isthmian' in Strategies of Remembrance from Pindar to Hölderlin, ed. Lucie Dolezalova. Cambridge Scholars' Press: Newcastle: 33-91.
  • Agocs, P. & Carey, C. & Rawles, R. (ed.) (2012) Reading the Victory Ode. Cambridge. Table of Contents
  • Anzai, M. (1990) ‘The first person in the epinicion’, JCS 38: 16-29.
  • Anzai, M. (1994) ‘First-person forms in Pindar: a re-examination’, BICS 39: 141-150. This contribution to the meaning of ‘I’ in epinician poetry contains an interpretation of Pindar’s Isthmian Eight, lines 1-18 and an examination of parodoi in tragedy in order to provide indirect confirmation of the theory that an epinican chorus came marching to the place of performance.
  • Anzai, M. (1999) ‘A chorus who performs a poet: Pindar's Third Nemean ode, 1-12’, Mediterraneus 22: 19-42.
  • Athanassaki, L. (1990) Mantic Vision and Diction in Pindar’s Victory Odes. PhD thesis. Brown University.
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  • Rutherford, I. (1988) 'Pindar on the Birth of Apollo', CQ 38: 65-75.
  • Rutherford, I. (1991) 'New Fragments of Pindar's Paeans', ZPE 86: 5-8.
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  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (1988) Píndaro. Obra completa. Madrid.
  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (1988) 'Adivinación y profecía en Píndaro (I)', Minerva 2: 65-106.
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  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (1991) 'El Peán IV de Píndaro' in Estudios actuales sobre textos griegos, ed. J. López Férez. Madrid (UNED 1989): 139-159.
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  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (1993) 'Píndaro y la religión griega', CFC, egi, n. s. 3: 67-97.
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  • Suárez de la Torre, E. (2005) 'Pindar', Encyclopedy of Religion2. New York, Thomson-Gale. vol. V: 7173-7175.
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  • Van der Weiden, M.J.H. (ed.) (1991) The Dithyrambs of Pindar: introduction, text and commentary. Amsterdam: Gieben. Reviewed by R. Hamilton BMCR 03.03.21.
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Bacchylides

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    • Contents: 1. Bakchylides und das System der chorlyrischen Gattungen im 5. Jh. v. Chr. - Lutz Käppel 2. Der Dichter und sein Auftraggeber. Die Epinikien Backhylides' und Pindars als Träger von Ideologien - Christian Mann 3. The Dithyrambs of Bacchylides: Their Position in the Evolution of the Genre - Fernando García Romero 4. Der dithyrambische Agon: ein kompetitiver Gottesdienst oder gar keiner? - Jan Maarten Bremer 5. Bemerkungen zu den Mythen bei Bakchylides - Emilio Suárez de la Torre 6. Kultische Sprache bei Bakchylides - Carmen Morenilla 7. Zu Bakchylides' Erzähltechnik - Antonios Rengakos 8. Information Unit and Metrical Unit - Simon R. Slings 9. La lode di Argeo di Ceo e del padre Pantide nell'Epinicio 1 di Bacchilide - Paolo Angeli Bernardini 10. Zum literarischen und historischen Hintergrund von Bakchylides 3 - Michael Reichel 11. Bemerkungen zum 4. Epinikion des Bakchylides - Martin Hose 12. Die 'ewige Deianeira' - Peter Riemer 13. Il filo di Eriboia (Bacchilide, Ditirambo 17)- Giorgio Ieranò 14. Bakchylides, Orpheus und ein liebestoller Kentaur - Herwig Maehler 15. Horaz Carm. 1, 15 und Bakchylides- Eckhard Lefèvre.
  • Briand, Michel (1997) 'Fiction et diction dans la cinquième Épinicie de Bacchylide', Lalies 17: 271-281.
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  • Burnett, A.P. (1985) The Art of Bacchylides. Cambridge Mass.
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  • Campbell, D. A. (1992) Greek Lyric IV: Bacchylides, Corinna, and Others. Cambridge, Mass. and London.
  • Carey, C. (1999) ‘Ethos and pathos in Bakchylides’ in One hundred years of Bacchylides, eds. I.L. Pfeijffer and S. Slings. Amsterdam: 17-29.
  • Fearn, D.W. (2003) 'Mapping Phleious: Politics and Myth-Making in Bacchylides 9', Classical Quarterly 53.2: 347-67.
  • Fearn, D.W. (2007) Bacchylides: Politics, Performance, Poetic Tradition. Oxford: Oxford Classical Monographs Series. Reviewed by D’Alessio, G.B. (2008) BMCR 2008.11.14.
  • Fearn, D.W. (2009) 'Oligarchic Hestia: Bacchylides 14B and Pindar, Nemean 11', JHS 129: 23–38.
  • Fearn, D.W. (2010) 'Imperialist Fragmentation and the Discovery of Bacchylides', in: Classics and Imperialism in the British Empire, ed. M. Bradley. Oxford: 158–85.
  • Golub, H. (2012) ‘Bacchylides’ Spartan dithyramb in the light of choral projection’, "Eos XICX: 15-22.
  • González de Tobia, A.M. (1981) Los Epinicios de Baquílides. Una interpretación, PhD. Dissertation, unpublished, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina.
  • González de Tobia, A.M. (1994) ‘Itinerario crítico en torno de Baquílides’, in Volumen Homenaje a Aída Barbagelata. In memoriam, eds. Wendt, S. and Royo, M. Actualidad Producciones, Buenos Aires, Tomo 1: 137-150.
  • González de Tobia, A.M. (2000) ‘Baquílides, Epinicio II y el concepto de la fama’, in Homenaje a Corina Corchón, eds. Calvo, F., Fontán, M.I., Gallotti, M. C. and Wainschenker, D. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires: 39-50.
  • González de Tobia, A.M. (2000) ‘La poesía de Baquílides como proyección de una aretá inconfundible’, Synthesis 7: 149-163.
  • González de Tobia, A.M. (2001) ‘Una metáfora al servicio del pensamiento poético, Baquílides 3’, Iter: 217-232.
  • González de Tobia, A.M. (2004) ‘El pensamiento moral del Baquílides, entre ólbos y areté’, in Ética y Estética. De Grecia a la modernidad, ed. González de Tobia, Ana M. Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata: 59-74.
  • González de Tobia, A.M. (2007) ‘Lenguaje, Discurso y Civilización en Baquílides 11’, in Lenguaje, Discurso y Civilización. De Grecia a la modernidad, ed. González de Tobia, Ana M. La Plata: 99-116.
  • Hadjimichael, T. (2012)'Epinician Competitions: Persona and Voice in Bacchylides' in Poetry, Music and Contests in Ancient Greece, Vol. I (of 2 vols.), eds. Castaldo, D. & Giannachi, F. & A. Manieri. Galatino I:331-356.
  • Hadjimichael, T. (2014) 'Aristophanes’ Bacchylides: Reading Birds 1373-1409', GRMS 2: 184-210.
  • Hutchinson, G. O. (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Ieranò, G. (1988), 'Il ditirambo XVII di Bacchilide e le feste apollinee di Delo', Quaderni di Storia 30: 157-183 - vedi dettaglio Ieranò, G., (1987) 'Il Teseo di Bacchilide', Acme 40.1: 87-103.
  • MacLachlan, B. (2007) 'Epinician swearing' in Horkos. The Oath in Greek Society, eds. A.H. Sommerstein and J. Fletcher. Exeter: 91-101. Reviewed by Kellogg, Danielle L. (2008) BMCR 2008.08.55.
  • Maehler, H. (1982–97) Die Lieder des Bakchylides. 2 vols.: I.1 Siegeslieder: Edition des Textes mit Einleitung und Übersetzung. I.2 Siegeslieder: Kommentar. II. Die Dithyramben und Fragmente. Leiden.
  • Maehler, H. (2003) Bacchylides: Carmina cum fragmentis, 11th edn. Stuttgart and Leipzig.
  • Maehler, H. (ed.) (2004) Bacchylides. A Selection. Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics Series. Cambridge University Press.
  • Nagy, G. (2011) 'A second look at the poetics of re-enactment in Ode 13 of Bacchylides' in: Archaic and Classical Choral Song. Performance, Politics and Dissemination. ed. L. Athanassaki and E. Bowie. Berlin/New York: 173-206.
  • Nobili, C. (2013) 'I carmi di Bacchilide per Sparta', in F. Berlinzani (ed.), La cultura spartana in età classica (Aristonothos 8, 2013), Trento: 31-69.
  • Parker, L. P. E. (2001) ‘Consilium et ratio?: papyrus A of Bacchylides and Alexandrian metrical scholarship’, CQ 51: 23–52.
  • Pavlou, M. (2012) 'Bacchylides 17: Singing and Usurping the Paean', GRBS 52.4: 510-539.
  • Pfeijffer, I.L. and S.R. Slings (eds.) (1999) One Hundred Years of Bacchylides. Proceedings of a colloquium held at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Amsterdam.
  • Power, T. (2000) ‘The «parthenoi» of Bacchylides 13’, Harvard studies in classical philology 100: 67-81.
  • Robbins, E. (1997) ‘Public poetry’, in A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets, ed. D. E. Gerber. Leiden: 223–42.
  • Rutherford, I. (1991) 'Pindar Paean VIIIA, The "Cassandra" of Bacchylides and the Anonymous "Cassandra" in P.Oxy.2368: An Exploration in Lyric Structure', Eos 79: 5-12.
  • Schmidt, D. A. (1990) ‘Bacchylides 17 – paean or dithyramb’, Hermes 118: 18–31.
  • Schmidt, D. A. (1999) ‘An unusual victory list from Keos: IG XII 5, 608 and the dating of Bakchylides’, JHS 119: 67–85.
  • Skempis, Marios. (2011) 'Ironic Genre Demarcation: Bacchylides 17 and the Epic Tradition', Trends in Classics 3: 254-300.
  • Slings, S.R. (1990) 'Bacchylides XVIII 41-42', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 80: 9-10.
  • Suárez de la Torre, Emilio (2000) 'Bemerkungen zu den Mythen bei Bakchylides' in Bakchylides, 100 Jahre nach seiner Wiederentdeckung, ed. B. Zimmermann. München: 69-86.
  • Tsagalis, C.C. (2009) ‘Blurring the Boundaries: Dionysus, Apollo and Bacchylides 17’ in Apolline Politics and Poetics, eds. L. Athanassaki, R.P. Martin, and J.F. Miller. Athens: 199-216.

Corinna, Boeotica

  • Campbell, D. A. (1992) Greek Lyric IV: Bacchylides, Corinna, and Others. Cambridge, Mass. and London.
  • Larmour, D. (2005) ‘Corinna’s poetic metis and the epinikian tradition’, in Women Poets in Ancient Greece and Rome, ed. E. Greene. Norman, Okla: 25–58.
  • Larmour, D.H.J. (2008) 'An Agon on the Slopes of Helicon: Corinna's Dialogues with Pindar and Hesiod' in Dialogism and Lyric Self-fashioning: Bakhtin and the Voices of a Genre, ed. Jacob Blevins, Selinsgrove, Pa. Reviewed by Kershner, S.M. BMCR 2009.06.57.
  • Palumbo Stracca, B. M. (1993) ‘Corinna e il suo pubblico’, in Tradizione e innovazione nella cultura greca da Omero all’età ellenistica, ed. R. Pretagostini, vol. II. Rome: 403–12.
  • Rayor, D. J. (1993) ‘Korinna: gender and the narrative tradition’, Arethusa 26: 219–31.
  • Yossi, Mary J. (1997) 'Corinna Fr. 654 PMG: Archaic or a Case for Metamorphosis' in Acta: First Panhellenic and International Conference on Ancient Greek Literature, ed. J.-T. Papademetriou. Athens: 167-186. (in Greek with summary in English)

Erinna

  • Levaniouk, O. (2008) 'Lament and Hymenaios in Erinna's Distaff' in Lament: Studies in the Ancient Mediterranean and Beyond, ed. Ann Suter. Oxford, New York: 324-81. Reviewed by Alden, Maureen (2008) BMCR 2008.10.26.
  • Neri, C. (1994) 'Erinna in Eronda', Eikasmós 5: 221-232.
  • Neri, C. (1996) Studi sulle testimonianze di Erinna. Bologna.
  • Neri, C. (1996) 'Il poemetto e l'epigramma. Note sulla fortuna dell'opera di Erinna in età ellenistica', Aevum Antiquum 9: 193-215.
  • Neri, C. (1997) 'Erinna a Ossirinco', ZPE 115: 57-72.
  • Neri, C. (1998) 'Baucide e le bambole (Erinna: SH 401,1-4, 19-22)', Athenaeum 86.1: 165-178.
  • Neri, C. (1998) 'Cambio di ritmo (Erinna: SH 401,14s. ~ Carm.pop. fr.30(c) PMG 876)', Prometheus 24: 19-24.
  • Neri, C. (1999) 'Le lune di Erinna (SH 401,6 e 12)', Quaderni di Cultura e di Tradizione Classica dell'Università degli Studi di Palermo 12: 7-18.
  • Neri, C. (2002) 'L'agnella e il rasoio (Erinna SH 401,13)' in TIMHS CHARIN. «Homenaje al Profesor Pedro A. Gainzarain», ed. María José García Soler. Vitoria-Gasteiz: 61-68.
  • Neri, C. (2003) Erinna. Testimonianze e frammenti. Bologna (earlier editions were published in 1994 (Ph.D. dissertation Padova) and 2000).
  • Neri, C. (2009) 'Die weißen, sanftredenden Schläfen (SH 401,46 = Herinn. Fr. 4,46 N.)', RhM 152: 113-23.

Poetae Minores

Arion

  • Acosta-Hughes, B. (2009) Arion’s Lyre: Archaic Lyric in Hellenistic Poetry. Princeton.
  • Ieranò, G. (1992), 'Arione e Corinto', in Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 41.2: 41-52.

Ariphron

Aristotle

  • Ford, Andrew. (2011). Aristotle as Poet: The Song for Hermias and Its Contexts. Oxford.

Castorion

Cinesias

  • Franklin, J.C. (2016) “SKATABASIS: The Rise and Fall of Kinesias”, in A. Gostoli (ed.), Gli agoni poetico-musicali nella Grecia antica: Storia, religione, letteratura (in press).

Diagoras

Eumelus

  • Debiasi, A. (2004) L’epica perduta: Eumelo, il Ciclo, l’occidente. Rome.

Euripides (Lyric)

Hybrias

Lasus

Licymnius

Melanippides

  • LeVen, Pauline (2010), 'New Music and Its Myths: Athenaeus’ Reading of the Aulos Revolution', JHS 130: 35-47. (It deals with Melanippides, Telestes and to some extent Pratinas).

Myrtis

Philoxenus

Pratinas

Praxilla

  • Cazzato, Vanessa (2016), ”Glancing seductively through windows”: The look of Praxilla fr. 8 (754 Page)’, in The Look of Lyric: Greek Song and the Visual, V. Cazzato and A. Lardinois eds, Brill (Leiden), pp. 185-201.

Telesilla

  • Pizzocaro, M. (1993). 'Un profilo di Telesilla, famosa poetessa d'Argo, e guerriera' A.I.O.N. (sez. filologico-letteraria) 15: 89-103.

Telestes

  • LeVen, Pauline (2010), 'New Music and Its Myths: Athenaeus’ Reading of the Aulos Revolution', JHS 130: 35-47. (It deals with Melanippides, Telestes and to some extent Pratinas).

Terpander

  • Franklin, J.C. (2002) 'Terpander: The Invention of Music in the Orientalizing Period'. PhD Dissertation, University College London, 2002. Advisor, Richard Janko. Examiners, Nick Lowe (internal, Royal Holloway) and Walter Burkert (external, Zürich).
  • Gostoli, A. (1988) ‘Terpandro e la funzione etico-politica della musica nella cultura spartana del VII sec a.C.’, in La musica in Grecia, ed. B. Gentili and R. Pretagostini. Bari: 231–7.
  • Gostoli, A. (1990) Terpander. Rome.
  • Quattrocelli, L. (2007) ‘Les fragments de Terpandre et l’hymne dans la Sparte archaïque’, in L’hymne antique et son public, ed. Yves Lehmann. Brepols, Turnhout: 65-80.

Timocreon

Timotheus

  • Budelmann, F., & LeVen, P. (2014). 'Timotheus’ Poetics of Blending: A Cognitive Approach to the Language of the New Music'. Classical Philology 109(3): 191-210.
  • Ford, Andrew L. (2006) 'The Genre of Genres: Paeans and Paian in Early Greek Poetry', Poetica 38.3-4: 277-296. It reviews the many attempts to define paeans (esp. by Käppel and Schroeder) as part of a broader discussion of the usefulness of genre terms in reading early Greek lyric. It reads several of Timotheus' fragments to argue that predicating the epithet was the core of the "genre".
  • Hordern, J. H. (2002) The Fragments of Timotheus of Miletus. Oxford.
  • LeVen, Pauline “Timotheus’ Eleven-Struck Meters and Rhythms: a new approach (PMG 791, 229-232),” forthcoming in Classical Philology.
  • Prauscello, L. (2009) ‘Wandering poetry, “travelling” music: Timotheus’ Muse and some casestudies of shifting cultural identities’, in Wandering Poets in Ancient Greek Culture: Travel, Locality and Panhellenism, eds. R. Hunter and I. Rutherford. Cambridge: 168–94.

Carmina Popularia

  • Bierl, A. (2001) Der Chor in der Alten Komödie. Ritual und Performativität (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Aristophanes' Thesmophoriazusen und der Phalloslieder fr. 851 PMG). München and Leipzig. (BzA 126), Ch. 2.
  • Bierl, A. (2009) Ritual and Performativity. The Chorus of Old Comedy (transl. by Alex Hollmann), Center for Hellenic Studies. Washington, DC: Harvard Press. (Hellenic Studies 20). New and revised edition. It includes an intense analysis of popular Phallus-Songs in ch. 2.
  • Neri, C. (2003) 'Sotto la politica. Una lettura dei carmina popularia melici', Lexis 21: 193-260.
  • Pordomingo, F. (1996) ‘La poesía popular griega: aspectos histórico-literarios y formas de transmissiόn’, in La letteratura di consume nel mondo greco-latino. Atti del convegno internazionale, Cassino, 14–17 settembre 1994, ed. O. Pecere and A. Stramaglia. Cassino: 463–82.
  • Rocconi, E. (2016) 'Traces of Folk Music in Ancient Greek Drama', in Colesanti, G. and Lulli, L. (eds), Submerged Literature in Ancient Greek Culture, Volume 2: Case Studies, Berlin:
  • Rossi, L. E. (1993) ‘Lirica arcaica e scoli simposiali (Alc. 249,6–9 V. e carm. conv. 891 P.)’, in Tradizione e innovazione nella cultura greca da Omero all’età ellenistica, ed. R. Pretagostini, vol. I. Rome: 237–46.

Carmina Convivalia

  • Cazzato, V. and Prodi, E.E. (2016) 'Continuity in the sympotic tradition', in The Cup of Song. Studies on Poetry and the Symposion, edited by V. Cazzato, D. Obbink, E.E. Prodi, Oxford: 1-16.
  • Fabbro, E. (1992) ‘Sul riuso di carmi d’autore nei simposi attici (Carm. conv. 8 P. e Alc. fr. 249 V.)’, QUCC 70 (= n.s. 41.2): 21–38.
  • Fabbro, E. (1995) Carmina Convivalia Attica. Rome.
  • Fabian, K., E. Pellizer and G. Tedeschi (1991) (eds.) ΟΙΝΗΡΑΤΕϒΧΗ: Studi Triestini di Poesia Conviviale. Alessandria.
  • Jones, Gregory S. (2008) Singing the Skolion: a Study of Poetics and Politics in Ancient Greece. Ph.D. Diss. Johns Hopkins University.
    • My dissertation collects and examines for the first time all testimonia related to the skolion and all surviving songs identified as skolia. I offer a new definition of the term based on the three elements of melic genre: occasion, content, style. I also examine the Panhellenization and historical development of the genre with special attention paid to the political implications of the Atiic skolia.

Fragmenta Adespota

  • Benelli, L. (2013) 'BKT IX 10 = P.Berol. 21110r: Dorische Lyrik oder Tragödie?', APF 59.1: 29-32.
  • Campbell, D. A. (1993) Greek Lyric V: The New School of Poetry and Anonymous Songs and Hymns. Cambridge, Mass. and London.
  • Martín Vázquez, L. (1999) ‘The song of the swallow’, CFC(G) 9: 23–39. online version
  • Rawles, Richard (2006) 'Musical Notes on the new anonymous lyric poem from Köln' ZPE 157: 8-13. Concerns the anonymous poem transmitted in P. Köln 21351 & 21376 along with the "New Sappho". It is suggested that the initial vocatives are addressed to Hermes.
  • Ucciardello, Giuseppe (2001) 'POxy. XXXII 2636: commentario a Pindaro o a Ibico?' in I lirici greci. Forme di comunicazione e storia del testo (Atti dell'Incontro di Studi - Messina 5-6 novembre 1999), eds. M. Cannatà Fera - G.B. D’Alessio. Messina: 87-116.
  • Ucciardello, Giuseppe (2004) 'Su due frammenti lirici adespoti (P.Oxy. XXXII 2631 = S 454 SLG; P.Oxy. IV 674 = Pind. fr. 338 M.)', ZPE 149: 29-34.
  • Ucciardello, Giuseppe (2004/5) 'P.Oxy. XXXIX 2880 (lirica corale?): nuova edizione e note di commento', Analecta Papyrologica 16-17: 21-31.
  • Ucciardello, Giuseppe (2007) 'A single scribe in P.Oxy. IV 660 + P.Oxy. XXIII 2623 + PSI inv. 1907 (Choral Lyric: Simonides?)', ZPE 160: 4-14.
  • Ucciardello, Giuseppe (2011) 'Poesia lirica adespota: rilettura di P.Oxy. 2621 (Pindaro?)' in Tra panellenismo e

tradizioni locali. Nuovi contributi, eds. A. Aloni and M. Ornaghi. Messina: 221-277.

Dramatic Chorus

  • Adrados, Francisco R. (1975) Festival, Comedy and Tragedy: The Greek Origins of Theatre. Leiden. Translation from the Spanish by Christopher Holme. (1972) Fiesta, Comedia y Tragedia. Barcelona.
  • Bierl, Anton (2001) Der Chor in der Alten Komödie. Ritual und Performativität (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Aristophanes' Thesmophoriazusen und der Phalloslieder fr. 851 PMG). München and Leipzig. (BzA 126). It has been translated by Alex Hollmann into English as:
    • Bierl, Anton (2009) Ritual and Performativity. The Chorus of Old Comedy (transl. by Alex Hollmann), Center for Hellenic Studies. Washington, DC: Harvard Press. (Hellenic Studies 20). New and revised edition.
  • D'Angour, Armand (2007) 'The Sound of Music: modulations and innovations in drama and dithyramb' in Debating the Athenian Cultural Revolution, ed. R. Osborne Cambridge: 288-300.
  • Martin, Richard (2007) 'Ancient Theatre and Performance Culture' in The Cambridge Companion to Greek and Roman Theatre, eds. M. McDonald and J.M. Walton. Cambridge 36-54.
  • Wilson, Peter (2000) The Athenian Institution of the Khoregia: The Chorus, the City, and the Stage. Cambridge.
  • Wilson, Peter (2002) ‘The musicians among the actors’, in Greek and Roman Actors: Aspects of an Ancient Profession, ed. P. Easterling and E. Hall. Cambridge: 41–70.


Tragic Chorus

Tragic Chorus General

  • Arion 3.1 (1994/1995): The Chorus in Greek Tragedy and Culture. I.
  • Arion 4.1 (1996/1997): The Chorus in Greek Tragedy and Culture. II.
  • Bacon, H.H. (1996/7) 'The Chorus in Greek Life and Drama', Arion 4.1: 6-24.
  • Bagordo, A. (2003) Reminiszenzen früher Lyrik bei den attischen Tragikern: Beiträge zur Anspielungstechnik und poetischen Tradition. Munich.
  • Battezzato, Luigi (2005) 'Lyric' in A Companion to Greek Tragedy, ed. Justina Gregory. Oxford: Blackwell: 149-66. Presents an overview of the tragic chorus. Reviewed by Wright, Matthew (2006) BMCR 2006.06.39.
  • Bieber, M. (1954) 'The Entrances and Exits of Actors and Chorus in Greek Plays', American Journal of Achaeology 58: 277-281.
  • Bierl, Anton (1991) Dionysos und die griechische Tragödie. Politische und 'metatheatralische' Aspekte im Text. Classica Monacensia 1. Tübingen. Dissertation, with many interpretations of tragic songs where Dionysus plays a role.
  • Bierl, Anton (2006) 'Tragödie als Spiel und das Satyrspiel. Die Geburt des griechischen Theaters aus dem Geiste des Chortanzes und seines Gottes Dionysos', in Aufgang. Jahrbuch für Denken, Dichten, Musik. Bd. 3: Kind und Spiel, eds. J. Sánchez de Murillo and M. Thurner. Stuttgart: 111–138. Wth a new interpretation of the Hyporcheme of Pratinas.
  • Brown, A.D. Fitton (1957) 'The Size of the Greek Tragic Chorus', Classical Review 7.1: 1-4.
  • Brown, S. G. (1977) 'A Contextual Analysis of Tragic Meter: The Anapest', in Ancient and Modern: Essays in Honor of Gerald Else, eds. John H. D'Arms and John W. Eadie. Ann Arbor: 45-78.
  • Calame, Claude (1994) 'From Choral Poetry to Tragic Stasimon: The Enactment of Women's Song', Arion 3: 135-152. Contains a comparison of Pindar's Partheneion 2 and the parodoi in Aeschylus' Seven against Thebes and in Euripides' Phoenician Women.
  • Calame, Claude (1999) 'Performative aspects of the choral voice in Greek tragedy: civic identity in performance', in Performance culture and Athenian democracy, eds. S. Goldhill and R. Osborne. Cambridge: 125-153.
  • Calame, Claude (2005) 'The Tragic Choral Group: Dramatic Roles and Social Functions' in A Companion to Tragedy, ed. R. Bushnell. Oxford: 215-233.
  • Calder, W. M. (1982) ‘The size of Thespis' chorus’, AJPh 103: 319-320.
  • Castellani, V. (1989) 'The Value of a Kindly Chorus: Female Choruses in Attic Tragedy' in Women in Theatre, ed. Redmond, J. Cambridge and New York. Themes in Drama 11: 1-18.
  • Cerbo, E. (1993) 'Gli inni ad Eros in tragedia: struttura e funzione' in Tradizione e innovazione nella cultura greca da Omero all' età ellenistica. Scritti in onore di Bruno Gentili, ed. Pretagostini, R. Vol. 2. Roma: 645-656.
  • Conacher, D.J. (1975) 'Some Dramatic Uses of the Chorus in Greek Tragedy', The University of Toronto Quarterly 44: 81-.
  • Csapo, E. and Slater, W.J. (1995) The Context of Ancient Drama. Ann Arbor.
  • Dale, A.M. (1950) 'Stasimon and Hyporchema', Eranos 48: 14-20.
  • Dale, A.M. (1969) 'The Chorus in the Action of Greek Tragedy', in Collected Papers, Dale, A.M. Cambridge.
  • Davidson, J.F. (1986) 'The Circle and the Tragic Chorus', G&R 3: 38-46.
  • Dorsch, K.-D. (1983) Götterhymnsen in den Chorliedern der griechischen Tragiker: Form, Inhalt und Funktion. PhD Diss. Münster.
  • Fleming, T. J. and E. C. Kopff (1992) ‘Colometry of Greek lyric verses in tragic texts’,SIFC 3rd series 10: 758–70.
  • Foley, H. (2003) 'Choral Identity in Greek Tragedy', Classical Philology 98: 1-30.
  • Foley, H. (2007) 'Envisioning the Tragic Chorus on the Modern Stage' in Visualizing the Tragic, eds. C. Kraus, S. Goldhill, H. Foley and J. Elsner. Festschrift for F. Zeitlin. New York, Oxford: 353-78.
  • Forbes, G.B. (1967) 'The Actor, the Chorus, and Music in Greek Drama', The Southern Speech Journal 33: *.
  • Gentili, B. (1984) Poesia e pubblico nella Grecia antica da Omero al V secolo. Roma-Bari. Revised and updated version translated, with an introduction, by Cole, A.T. (1988) Poetry and Its Public in Ancient Greece from Homer to the Fifth Century. Baltimore.
  • Gianvittorio, L. (2012) La narrazione melica nella tragedia. modi del racconto ed etopea del narratore ; (Aesch. Ag. 1072-1294; Eur. Or. 1369-1502) in: Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica.
  • Golder, Herbert A. (1996-1997) ’Making a scene: gesture, tableau, and the tragic chorus’, Arion 4.1: 1-19.
  • Goldhill, S. (1996) 'Collectivity and Otherness - The Authority of the Tragic Chorus: Response to Gould' in Tragedy and the Tragic, ed. Silk, M.S. Oxford: 244-256.
  • Gould, J. (2001) 'Tragedy and Collective Experience' in Myth, Ritual Memory, and Exchange, ed. Gould, John. Oxford: 378-404. Originally published in Silk, M.S. (ed.) (1996) Tragedy and the Tragic. Oxford: 217-243.
  • Gould, J. (2001) 'Myth, Memory, and the Chorus: 'Tragic Rationality' ' in Myth, Ritual Memory, and Exchange, ed. Gould, J. Oxford: 405-414. Originally published in Buxton, Richard (ed.) (1999) From Myth to Reason? Studies in the Development of Greek Thought. Oxford: 107-16.
  • Henrichs, A. (1994/5) ' 'Why should I dance?': Choral Self-referentiality in Greek Tragedy', Arion 3.1: 56-111.
  • Henrichs, A. (1996) 'Warum soll ich denn tanzen?' Dionysisches im Chor der griechischen Tragödie. Stuttgard-Leipzig. Lectio Teubneriana 4.
  • Herington, J. (1985) Poetry into Drama. Early Tragedy and the Greek Poetic Tradition. Berkeley-London.
  • Hutchinson, G. O. (2001) Greek Lyric Poetry: A Commentary on Selected Larger Pieces. Oxford.
    • Contains new texts of, and detailed commentaries on, Alcman 1 and 3 Davies, Stesichorus 222 (b) Davies, Sappho 1, 16, 31, 96 Voigt, Alcaeus 129, 130b, 298 Voigt, Ibycus S151 Davies, Anacreon 347 fr. 1, 358, 417 Page, Simonides 542, 543 Page, Bacchylides 3, Pindar Olympian 6, Sophocles Ajax 1185-1222, Euripides Medea 627-662; introductions on individual poets and on tragic lyric.
  • Kaimio, M. (1970) The Chorus of Greek Drama within the Light of the Person and Number Used. Helsinki. Societas scientarum Fennica commentationes humanarum litterarum 46.
  • Kranz, W. (1933) Stasimon. Untersuchungen zu Form und Gehalt der griechischen Tragödie. Berlin.
  • Kurke, Leslie (2007) ‘Visualizing the choral: epichoric poetry, ritual, and elite negotiation in fifth-century Thebes’, in Visualizing the Tragic: Drama, Myth, and Ritual in Greek Art and Literature, ed. C. Kraus et al. Oxford: 63–101.
  • Lattimore, R. (1965) The Poetry of Greek Tragedy Baltimore.
  • Ley, Graham (2007) The Theatricality of Greek Tragedy: Playing Space and Chorus. Chicago. Reviewed by Gamel, Mary-Kay (2008) BMCR 2008.10.11.
  • MacClure, L. (1999) Spoken like a Woman: Speech and Gender in Athenian Drama. Princeton.
  • Martin, Richard (2007) 'Outer Limits, Choral Space' in Visualizing the Tragic, eds. C. Kraus, S. Goldhill, H. Foley and J. Elsner. Festschrift for F. Zeitlin. New York, Oxford: 35-62.
  • Meijering, R. (1985) ’Aristophanes of Byzantium and scholia on the composition of the dramatic chorus’ in SCHOLIA. Studia ad criticam interpretationemque textuum Graecorum et ad historiam juris Graeco-Romani pertinentia D. Holwerda oblata, eds. W.J. Aerts, J.H.A. Lokin, S.L. Radt and N.v.d. Wal. Groningen: 91-102
  • Montgomery, H.C. (1942) 'Some Later Uses of the Greek Tragic Chorus', Classical Journal 38: 148-60.
  • Parry, H. (1978) The Lyric Poems of Greek Tragedy. Toronto-Sarasota.
  • Pickard-Cambrindge, A.W. (1927) Dithyramb, Tragedy and Comedy. Oxford.
  • Pöhlmann, E. (1997) 'The Tragic Chorus and the Limits of Dramatic Convention in the Fifth Century B.C.' in Scaenica Saravi-Varsoviensia: Beiträge zum antiken Theater und zu seinem Nachleben, eds. J. Axer and W. Görle. Warschau: 1-10.
  • Riemer, P. and Zimmermann, B. (eds.) (1998) Der Chor im antiken und modernen Drama. Stuttgart. Drama 7.
  • Roberts, Deborah H. (1987) ’Parting words. Final lines in Sophocles and Euripides’, CQ 37: 51-64.
  • Rode, J. (1971) 'Das Chorlied' in Die Bauformen der griechischen Tragödie, ed. W. Jens. München: 85-115.
  • Rutherford, I. (1994/5) 'Apollo in Ivy: The Tragic Paean', Arion 3.1: 112-135.
  • Segal, C. (1989) 'Song, Ritual, and Commemoration in Early Greek Poetry and Tragedy', Oral Tradition 4: 330-359.
  • Sifakis, G.M. (2001) 'The Function and Significance of Music in Greek Tragedy', BICS 45: 21-35.
  • Silk, M.S. (1998) 'Style, Voice, and Authority in the Choruses of Greek Drama' in Der Chor im antiken und modernen Drama, eds. Riemer, P. and Zimmermann, B. Stuttgart. Drama 7: 1-26.
  • Stehle, Eva (2004) ‘Choral Prayer in Greek Tragedy: Euphemia or Aischrologia?’ in Music and the Muses: The Culture of Mousike in the Classical Athenian City, eds. Murray, Penelope and Peter Wilson. Oxford: 121-155.
  • Stössel, F. (1987) Die Vorgeschichte des griechischen Theaters. Darmstadt.
  • Suter, Ann (2008) 'Male Lament in Greek Tragedy' in Lament: Studies in the Ancient Mediterranean and Beyond, ed. Ann Suter. Oxford, New York: 245-88. Reviewed by Alden, Maureen (2008) BMCR 2008.10.26.
  • Swift, L. (2013) ‘Conflicting Identities in the Euripidean Chorus’, in Choral Mediations in Greek Tragedy, eds R. Gagné and M. Hopman. Cambridge: 130-54.
  • Swift, L. A. (2010) The Hidden Chorus: Echoes of Genre in Tragic Lyric. Oxford.
  • Trieschnigg, C.P. (2009) Dances with Girls: The Identity of the Chorus in Aeschylus' Seven against Thebes. Ph.D. Diss. Radboud University Nijmegen (Netherlands). With summary in Dutch.
    • This dissertation sheds new light on the role of the tragic chorus by providing a detailed analysis of the role of the chorus of young Theban women in Aeschylus’ Seven against Thebes. It contends that the special voice of the tragic chorus ought to be explained as being a result of the tragic chorus’ resemblance (or lack of it) to a non-dramatic chorus. In archaic and classical Greece, non-dramatic choruses of young unmarried women perform at special occasions in the life of a community, such as religious festivals and weddings. They reflect traditional views and stories and provide their audience with a model of how to view the present situation. This dissertation shows how the chorus in the Seven develops from a group of panic-stricken girls to a self-contained group of young women voicing feelings and ideas like a non-dramatic chorus representing the community at large. The chorus’ dynamic role gives it a special voice enabling it to stand up against king Eteocles and to offer the audience a perspective on war that is irreconcilable with his but equally worth considering.
  • Webster, T.B.L. The Greek Chorus. London 1970.
  • Weiner, A. (1980) 'The Function of the Greek Tragic Chorus', Theatre Journal 32: 205-12.
  • Wilson, P. (1997) 'Leading the Tragic Khoros: Tragic Prestige in the Democratic City', in Greek Tragedy and the Historian, C.B.R. Pelling (ed.). Oxford: 81-108.
  • Wilson, Peter (2005) 'Music' in A Companion to Greek Tragedy, ed. Justina Gregory. Oxford: Blackwell: 183-93. On music in Greek tragedy. Reviewed by Wright, Matthew (2006) BMCR 2006.06.39.
  • Winkler, J.J. (1990) 'The Ephebe's Song: Tragoidia and Polis' in Before Sexuality: The Context of Erotic Experience in the Ancient Greek World, eds. D. Halperin, J.J. Winkler, F.I. Zeitlin. Princeton: 20-62.

Aeschylus

Aeschylus: General
  • Finley, J.H. (1966) Pindar and Aeschylus. Cambridge Mass.
  • Gruber, Markus A. (2009) Der Chor in den Tragödien des Aischylos. Affekt und Reaktion. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag (PhD Dissertation, University of Regenburg (Germany), 2008). The first monograph discussing the chorus in all six tragedies of Aeschylus. Reviewed by Billings, Joshua (2009) BMCR 2009.08.47.
  • Moritz, H.E. (1979) 'Refrain in Aeschylus: Literary Adaptation of Traditional Form', CP 74: 187-213.
  • Podlecki, A. J. (1972) 'The Aeschylean Chorus as Dramatic Persona', in Studi classici in onore di Q. Cataudella. Catania. 1: 187-204.
  • Schenker, David J. (1989) The character of the Aeschylean chorus. Berkeley.
  • Schmidt, E.G. (ed.) (1981) Aischylos und Pindar. Studien zu Werk und Nachwirkung. Berlin. Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur der Antike 19.
  • Scott, William C. (1984) Musical design in Aeschylean theater. Hanover and London.
Aeschylus: Oresteia
  • Conacher D. J. (1974) ‘Interaction between chorus and characters in the Oresteia ’, AJPh 95: 323-343.
  • Käppel, Lutz (1998) 'Die Rolle des Chores in de Orestie des Aischylos: Vom epischen Erzähler über das lyrische Ich zur dramatis persona' in Der Chor im antiken und modernen Drama, eds. Riemer, P. and B. Zimmermann. Stuttgart. Drama 7: 61-88.
  • Scott, W. (1984) 'The Splitting of Choral Lyric in Aeschylus' Oresteia ', AJPh 105: 150-165.
Aeschylus: Agamemnon
  • Adrados, F.R. (1989) 'La divination dans les choeurs de l' Agamemnon d' Eschyle', Revue des Etudes Grecques 102: 295-307.
  • Athanassaki, L. (1994) 'Choral and Prophetic Discourse in the First Stasimon of the Agamemnon ', CJ 89: 149-62.
  • Fletcher, Judith (1999) ’Choral voice and narrative in the first stasimon of Aeschylus Agamemnon ’, Phoenix 53: 29-49.
    • Abstract: This article examines represented speech in the first stasimon of Agamemnon. I argue that the speech of the domwn profhtai at 410 ff. is deliberately open-ended and thus double-voiced. It functions to change the perspective of the chorus from the vantage point of the Atreidae to the more critical perspective of the Argive citizens.
  • Gantz, G. (1983) ‘The chorus of Aischylos' Agamemnon ’, HSPh 87: 65-86.
  • Harriot, R.M. (1982) 'The Argive Elders, the Discerning Shepherd and the Fawning Dog: Misleading Communication in the Agamemnon ', Classical Quarterly 32: 9-17.
  • Lynn-George, M. (1993) 'A reflection on Homeric dawn in the parodos of Aeschylus, Agamemnon ', Classical Quarterly 43: 1-9.
  • Schenker, David J. (1991) ‘A study in choral character: Aeschylus, Agamemnon 489-502’, TAPhA 121: 63-73.
  • Sienkewicz, T. J. (1980) 'Circles, Confusion, and the Chorus of Agamemnon ', Eranos 78: 133-142.
  • Smethurst, M. J. (1972) ‘The authority of the elders. The Agamemnon of Aeschylus’, CPh 67: 89-93.
  • Thiel, R. (1993) Chor und tragische Handlung im Agamemnon des Aischylos Stuttgart. Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 35.
Aeschylus: Choephori
  • Stinton, T.C.W. (1979) ‘The First Stasimon of Aeschylus’ Choephori ’, CQ ns 29: 252-62. Reprinted in his (1990) Collected Papers on Greek Tragedy. Oxford: 384-96.
Aeschylus: Eumenides
  • Faraone, Christopher A. (1985) 'Aeschylus' Hymnos Desmios (Eum. 306) and Attic Judicial Curse Tablets', Journal of Hellenic Studies 105: 150-54.
  • Maxwell-Stuart, P.G. (1973) 'The Appearance of Aeschylus' Erinyes', Greece & Rome 20: 81-84.
  • Prins, Y. (1991) 'The power of the speech act: Aeschylus' furies and their binding song', Arethusa 24: 177-195.
  • Roisman, H.M. (1989) 'The opening of the second stasimon in Aeschylus' Eumenides ', Eranos 87: 7-11.
Aeschylus: Persae
  • Bednarczyk-Kedziorek, Ewa (1988) ’The chorus as a narrator in the Persae of Aeschylus’, SPhP 7: 23-35.
  • Michelini, A.N. (1982) Tradition and Dramatic Form in The Persians of Aeschylus. Leiden.
  • Schenker, David J. (1994) 'The Queen and the chorus in Aeschylus' Persae ', Phoenix 48: 283-293.
Aeschylus: Prometheus
  • Flintoff, E. (1984) ‘Athetos at Prometheus vinctus 150’, Hermes 112: 367-372.
  • Golden, L. (1966) In Praise of Prometheus. Chapel Hill.
  • Inoue, E. (1977) ‘Prometheus as teacher and the chorus's descent, P. V. 278 ff.’, CQ 27: 256-260.
  • Karsai, G. (2001) ’The structure of Prometheus Bound ’, AAntHung 41 (3-4): 293-302.
  • Ruffell, I. (2012) Aeschylus. Prometheus Bound. Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy. Bristol.
  • Scott, W.C. (1987) ’The development of the chorus in Prometheus bound ’, TAPhA 117: 85-96.
  • Sienkewicz, T. (1984) ’The chorus of Prometheus bound. Harmony of suffering’, Ramus 13: 60-73.
Aeschylus: Septem contra Thebas
  • Bagordo, A. (2003) 'L'omaggio letterario di un ateniese a un tebano (Aesch. Sept. 774; Pind. fr. [dith.] 75.3 ss. Sn.-M.)' in RHYSMOS. Studi di poesia, metrica e musica greca offerti dagli allievi a Luigi Enrico Rossi per i suoi settant' anni, ed. R. Nicolai. Roma: 205-9.
  • Brown, A.L. (1977) 'Eteocles and the Chorus in the Seven Against Thebes ', Phoenix 31: 300-318.
  • Bruit-Zidman, L. (1991) 'La voix des femmes: Les femmes et la guerre dans Les Sept Contre Thèbes ' in Mélanges Étienne Bernand, eds. Nicole Fick and Jean-Claude Carrière. Paris: Annales Littéraires de l’Université de Besançon: 43-54.
  • Delcourt, Marie (1932) 'Le rôle du choeur dans Les Sept devant Thèbes ', l’Antiquité Classique 1: 25-33.
  • Goff, B. (1995) 'The Women of Thebes', CJ 90: 353-365.
  • Lech, Marcel Lysgaard (2008) 'A Possible Date of the Revival of Aeschylus´ The Seven Against Thebes' CQ 59, 2.
  • Manton, G. R. (1961) 'The Second Stasimon of the Seven Against Thebes ', Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 8: 77-84.
  • Stehle, Eva (2005) 'Prayer and curse in Aeschylus’ Seven agaisnt Thebes ', Classical Philology 100: 101-22.
  • Trieschnigg, C.P. (2009) Dances with Girls: The Identity of the Chorus in Aeschylus' Seven against Thebes. Ph.D. Diss. Radboud University Nijmegen (Netherlands). With summary in Dutch.
    • This dissertation sheds new light on the role of the tragic chorus by providing a detailed analysis of the role of the chorus of young Theban women in Aeschylus’ Seven against Thebes. It contends that the special voice of the tragic chorus ought to be explained as being a result of the tragic chorus’ resemblance (or lack of it) to a non-dramatic chorus. In archaic and classical Greece, non-dramatic choruses of young unmarried women perform at special occasions in the life of a community, such as religious festivals and weddings. They reflect traditional views and stories and provide their audience with a model of how to view the present situation. This dissertation shows how the chorus in the Seven develops from a group of panic-stricken girls to a self-contained group of young women voicing feelings and ideas like a non-dramatic chorus representing the community at large. The chorus’ dynamic role gives it a special voice enabling it to stand up against king Eteocles and to offer the audience a perspective on war that is irreconcilable with his but equally worth considering.
  • Valakas, K. (1993) 'The First Stasimon and the Chorus in Aeschylus' Seven Against Thebes ', Studi Italiani di filologia classica (SDFC), 11.1-2: 55-86.
  • Zimmermann, Bernhard (2002) ‘Coro e azione drammatica nei Sette contro Tebe di Eschilo’ in I Sette a Tebe. Dal mito alla letteratura. Atti del Seminario Internazionale, Torino 21-22 Febbraio 2001, eds. Antonio Aloni, Elisabetta Berardi, Giuliana Besso, Sergio Cecchin. Bologna: 117-124. Review by Neil W. Bernstein, BMCR 2003.12.05.
Aeschylus: Supplices
  • Hester, D. A. (1987) ’A chorus of one Danaid’, Antichthon 21: 9-18.
  • Kavoulaki, Athena (2011) 'Choral self-awareness: on the introductory anapaests of Aeschylus’ Supplices' in: Athanassaki, Lucia & Bowie, Ewen (2011) (ed.), Archaic and Classical Choral Song. Performance, Politics and Dissemination. Berlin/New York: 365-90.
  • Murnaghan, Sheila (2005) 'Women in Groups: Aeschylus' Suppliants and the Female Choruses of Greek Tragedy' in The Soul of Tragedy: Essays on Athenian Drama, eds. Victoria Pedrick and Steven M. Oberhelman. Chicago: 183-198.

Sophocles

Sophocles: General
  • Bagordo, A. (2003) 'Sofocle e i lirici: tradizione e allusione' in Il dramma sofocleo: testo, lingua, interpretazione (Atti del Simposio Verona 24–26.1.2002), G. Avezzù (a c. di). Stuttgart/Weimar: 5-15.
  • Burton, R.W.B. (1980) The Chorus in Sophocles' Tragedies. Oxford.
  • Davidson, J.F. (1986) ’Chorus, theatre, text, and Sophocles’ in Studies in honour of T. B. L. Webster, eds. J.H. Betts, J.T. Hooker and J.R. Green. Bristol: 69-78.
  • Davidson, J.F. (1991) 'Starting a Choral Ode: Some Sophoclean Techniques', Prudentia 23.1: 31-44.
  • Esposito, S.J. (1984) The chorus in Sophocles. The tension of foreground and background in Philoctetes and Trachiniae. Baltimore.
  • Esposito, S. (1996) 'The Changing Role of the Sophoclean Chorus', Arion 4: 85-114.
  • Gardiner, C.P. (1974) The dramatic character and function of the Sophoclean chorus. Princeton.
  • Gardiner, C.P. (1987) The Sophoclean Chorus: A Study of Charakter and Function. Iowa City.
  • Heikkilä, Kai (1991) ’Now I have the mind to dance: the references of the chorus to their own dancing in Sophocles' tragedies’, Arctos 25: 51-68.
  • * Hutchinson, G. O. (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • Kurtz, J.G. (1984) Some observations about the dianoia of the chorus in Sophocles' Theban plays. Boston.
  • Nooter, S. (2012). When Heroes Sing: Sophocles and the Shifting Soundscape of Tragedy. Cambridge.
  • Paulsen, T. (1989) Die Rolle des Chors in den späten Sophokles-Tragödien: Untersuchungen zu Elektra, Philoktet und Oidipus auf Kolonos. Bari.
  • Power, T. (2012). 'Sophocles and Music'. Brill's Companion to Sophocles. A. Markantonatos, Brill: 281-304.
  • Riemer, P. (1998) 'Chor und Handlung in den Tragödien des Sophokles' in Der Chor im antiken und modernen Drama, eds. Riemer, P. and B. Zimmermann. Stuttgart. Drama 7: 89-111. With emphasis on the Trachiniae.
  • Rodighier, A. (2012) Generi lirico-corali nella produzione drammatica di Sofocle, Tübingen, Narr.
  • Rosenmeyer, T.G. (1993) 'Elusory Voices: Thoughts about the Sophoclean Chorus' in Nomodeiktes: Greek Studies in Honor of Martin Oswald, eds. R.M. Rosen and J. Farrell. Ann Arbor: 557-571.
  • Scott, William C. (1996) Muscial design in Sophoclean theater. Hanover and London.
  • Shucard, S.C. (1973) ‘Some developments in Sophocles' late plays of intrigue’, CJ 69: 133-138. (Philoctetes and Electra)
Sophocles: Ajax
Sophocles: Antigone
  • Coleman, R. (1972) ‘The rôle of the chorus in Sophocles' Antigone’, PCPhS 18: 4-27.
  • Crane, G. (1989) 'Creon and the Ode to Man in Sophocles' Antigone ', Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 92: 103-116.
  • Ditmars, E. v. N. (1992) Sophocles' Antigone: Lyric Shape and Meaning. Biblioteca di Studi Antichi, 69. Pisa.
  • Harder, M.A. (1995) 'Lips sealed by Fear?: Het koor in Sophokles' Antigone ', Lampas 28: 217-235. (in Dutch)
  • Hester, D. (1986) ’The central character(s) of the Antigone and their relationship to the chorus’, Ramus 15: 74-81.
  • Kitzinger, Rachel (2008) The choruses of Sophokles' Antigone and Philoktetes: a dance of words. Mnemosyne Supplementa 292. Leiden, Boston: Brill.
  • McDevitt, A.S. (1972) ‘Sophocles' praise of man in the Antigone’, Ramus 1: 152-164.
  • McDevitt, A.S. (1982) ‘The first kommos of Sophocles' Antigone’, Ramus 11: 134-144.
  • McDevitt, A.S. (1991) ‘Wrong again, or who'd be a chorus (Sophocles' Antigone), LCM 16: 71.
  • Petrovic, Andrej (2002) 'Der simonideische makros logos und die sophokleische Antigone. Zur Identifizierung einer alten dramatischen Gestaltungsweise', Phaos Revista de Estudos Classicos 2: 121-131.
  • Psaroudakēs, Stelios (1990) 'Antigone and the nine ugly Muses', Classical Association News 2: 6-7. This is a critique of a performance of Antigone in London in 1990. It argues that, although there is a lot we can do musicwise with the information we have about music in tragedy, people choose to ignore this information, and as a result avoid its application, producing "musicless" versions of the plays, totally detached from ancient intentions and styles.
  • Rösler, W. (1983) 'Der Chor als Mitspieler. Beobachtungen zur Antigone ', A&A 29: 107-124.
  • Schwinge, E.R. (1971) 'Die Rolle des Chors in der sophokleischen Antigone ', Gymnasium 78: 294-321.
  • Sourvinou-Inwood, C. (1989) 'The fourth stasimon of Sophocles' Antigone ', Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 36: 141-165.
Sophocles: Electra
  • Ierulli, Molly (1993) ’A community of women? The protagonist and the chorus in Sophocles' Electra’, Métis 8 (1-2): 217-229.
  • Paulsen, T. (1989) Die Rolle des Chors in den späten Sophokles-Tragödien: Untersuchungen zu Elektra, Philoktet und Oidipus auf Kolonos. Bari.
  • Shucard, S.C. (1973) ‘Some developments in Sophocles' late plays of intrigue’, CJ 69: 133-138. (Philoctetes and Electra)
Sophocles: Oedipus Coloneus
  • Carey, C. (2009) ‘The third stasimon of Oedipus at Colonus ’ in Sophocles and the Greek Tragic Tradition, S. Goldhill and E. Hall (eds.). Cambridge: 119-34.
  • Dhuga, U.S. (2005) ‘Choral Identity in Sophocles' Oedipus Coloneus’, American Journal of Philology 126.3: 333-62. PDF.
  • Falkner, Thomas M. (1987) ’Strengthless, Friendless, Loveless: the Chorus and the Cultural Construction of Old Age in Sophocles' Oedipus at Colonus’ in From the Bard to Broadway, ed. K. Hartigan. Lanham: 51-59.
  • Paulsen, T. (1989) Die Rolle des Chors in den späten Sophokles-Tragödien: Untersuchungen zu Elektra, Philoktet und Oidipus auf Kolonos. Bari.
  • Travis, Roger Matthew (1996) Allegorical fantasy and the chorus in Sophocles' Oedipus Coloneus. PhD dissertation Berkeley.
  • Travis, Roger Matthew (1999) Allegory and the tragic chorus in Sophocles' Oedipus at Colonus. Lanham. Reviewed by Edmunds, Lowell (2001) CR 51.2: 379.
Sophocles: Oedipus Tyrannus
  • Ax, W. (1932) 'Die Parodos des Oedipus Tyrannos ', Hermes 67: 413-437.
  • Carey, C. (1986) ’The second stasimon of Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus’, JHS 106: 175-179.
  • Conacher, Desmond J. (1999) ’Oedipus without footnotes’, EMC 18.1: 35-44.
  • Erp Taalman Kip, A.M. van (1976) ‘Some reflections on the chorus in Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus’, in Miscellanea tragica in honorem J. C. Kamerbeek, eds. J.M. Bremer, S.L. Radt and C.J. Ruijgh. Amsterdam: 71-83.
  • Machin, A. (1989) 'Sur le troisième stasimon d' Oedipe-Roi ', Revue des études grecques 102: 192-201.
  • Martin, Richard (2007) 'Stesichorus and the Voice of Jocasta. Theatre and Performance Culture' in Proceedings of the 11th International Meeting on Ancient Greek Drama, (2002: The Theban Cycle). Delphi.
  • McDevitt, A.S. (1969) ‘The dramatic integration of the chorus in Oedipus Tyrannus’, Classica et mediaevalia 30: 78-101.
  • Sansone, D. (1975) ‘The third stasimon of the Oedipus Tyrannos’, CPh 70: 110-117.
  • Segal, C. (1997) 'The Chorus and the Gods in Oedipus Tyrannus ', Arion 4: 20-32.
  • Sidwell, K. (1992) 'The argument of the second stasimon of Oedipus Tyrannus ', Journal of Hellenic Studies 112: 106-122.
  • Vellacott, P.H. (1967) ‘The chorus in Oedipus tyrannus’, G&R 14: 109-125.
  • Winnington-Ingram, R.P. (1971) ‘The second stasimon of the Oedipus Tyrannus’, JHS 91: 119-135.
Sophocles: Philoctetes
  • Bers, V. (1981) ‘The perjured chorus in Sophocles' Philoctetes’, Hermes 109: 500-504.
  • Davidson, John (1991) ’The Philoctetes stasimon’, LCM 16: 125-128.
  • Esposito, S.J. (1984) The chorus in Sophocles. The tension of foreground and background in Philoctetes and Trachiniae. Baltimore.
  • Haldane, J.A. (1963) 'A Paean in the Philoctetes ', CQ 13: 53-56.
  • Kitzinger, Rachel (2008) The choruses of Sophokles' Antigone and Philoktetes: a dance of words. Mnemosyne Supplementa 292. Leiden, Boston: Brill.
  • Paulsen, T. (1989) Die Rolle des Chors in den späten Sophokles-Tragödien: Untersuchungen zu Elektra, Philoktet und Oidipus auf Kolonos. Bari.
  • Schein, Seth L. (1988) ’The chorus in Sophocles' Philoctetes’, SIFC 6: 196-204.
  • Shucard, S.C. (1973) ‘Some developments in Sophocles' late plays of intrigue’, CJ 69: 133-138. (Philoctetes and Electra)
Sophocles: Trachiniae
  • Easterling, P.E. (1981) ‘The end of the Trachiniae’, ICS 6.1: 56-75.
  • Esposito, S.J. (1984) The chorus in Sophocles. The tension of foreground and background in Philoctetes and Trachiniae. Baltimore.
  • Esposito, S.J. (1997) 'The Third Stasimon of Sophocles' Trachiniae ', Classical World 91.1: 21-38.
  • Parry, H. (1986) 'Aphrodite and the Furies in Sophocles' Trachiniae ', in Greek Tragedy and its Legacy: Essays Presented to D.J. Conacher, M. Cropp et al. (eds.). Calgary: 103-114.
  • Riemer, P. (1998) 'Chor und Handlung in den Tragödien des Sophokles' in Der Chor im antiken und modernen Drama, eds. Riemer, P. and B. Zimmermann. Stuttgart. Drama 7: 89-111. With emphasis on the Trachiniae.
  • Segal, C. (1975) 'Mariage et sacrifice dans les Trachiniennes de Sophocle', Acta Classicorum 44: 30-53.
  • Solmsen, F. (1985) ‘ἀλλ’ εἰδέναι χρὴ δρῶσαν: The meaning of Sophocles' Trachiniai 588-93’, AJPh 106: 490-496.
  • Swift, L. (2011), 'Epinician and tragic worlds: the case of Sophocles' Trachiniae', in: Athanassaki, Lucia & Bowie, Ewen (2011) (ed.), Archaic and Classical Choral Song. Performance, Politics and Dissemination. Berlin/New York: 391-414.

Euripides (tragedy)

Euripides: General
  • Arnson Svarlien, D. (2016) Euripides: Ion, Helen, Orestes, a verse translation by Arnson Svarlien, with an Introduction and notes by M. Wright (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing).

Notes: 'These translations are faithful to the metrical variety of the originals. While I do not reproduce the original meters, I distinguish spoken, sung, and anapestic verse with analogous English meters, I observe strophic responsion, and I do reproduce the original meter syllable-for-syllable in the section of the first stasimon of Orestes that is represented by The Vienna Papyrus G 2315. Therefore, any reconstruction of the music that could be fit to the Greek text would also work with my English translation for the portion of the strophe/antistrophe that is covered.'

  • Arnson Svarlien, Diane (2012) Euripides: Andromache, Hecuba, Trojan Women. Indianapolis and Cambridge, MA.
  • Arnson Svarlien, Diane (2008) Euripides: Medea. Indianapolis and Cambridge, MA. Reviewed by Schaps, David M. :[1]
  • Arnson Svarlien, Diane (2007) Euripides: Alcestis, Medea, Hippolytus. Indianapolis and Cambridge, MA.
  • Csapo, E. (2000) ‘Euripidean New Music’, ICS 24–5: 399–426.
  • Furley, W.D. (2000) 'Hymns in Euripidean Tragedy' in Euripides and Tragic Theater in the Late Fifth Century, M. Cropp, K. Lee, D. Sansone (eds.). Champaign.
  • Henrichs, A. (1996) 'Dancing in Athens, Dancing on Delos: Some Patterns of Choral Projection in Euripides', Philologus 140: 48-62.
  • Hose, M. (1990) Studien zum Chor bei Euripides. Teil 1: Einführung, Chor im Eingang, Chor in Handlung. Stuttgart (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde. 10).
  • Hose, M. (1991) Studien zum Chor bei Euripides. Teil 2: Das Chorlied, die Chortragödien, die Rolle des Chores in den Tragödien des Euripides. Stuttgart (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde. 20).
  • Hutchinson, G. O. (2001) Greek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, Euripides Oxford.
  • MacClure, L. (1995) 'Female Speech and Characterization in Euripides' in Lo spettacolo delle voci, F. de Martino and A.H. Sommerstein (eds.). Bari: 35-60.
  • Mantziou, M. (1981) Hymns and Hymnal Prayers in fifth-century Greek Tragedy with special Reference to Euripides. PhD thesis London.
  • Mastronarde, Donald J. (1998) 'Il coro euripideo: autorità e integrazione', Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 60: 55-80.
  • Mastronarde, Donald J. (1999) ‘Knowledge and Authority in the Choral Voice of Euripidean Tragedy’, Syllecta Classica 10: 87-104. Countervailing factors encourage and discourage identification of the audience watching a Greek tragedy with the chorus and its reliance on the chorus' interpretations. Euripides goes further than Aeschylus and Sophocles in underminding this identification.
  • Möller, C. (1933) Vom Chorlied bei Euripides. Göttingen.
  • Panagl, O. (1971) Die "dithyrambischen Stasima" des Euripides: Untersuchungen zur Komposition und Erzähltechnik. Wien.
  • Phoutrides, A.E. (1916) 'The Chorus of Euripides', HSCP 27: 77-170.
  • Rehm, R. (1996/7) 'Performing the Chorus: Choral Action, Interaction, and Absence in Euripides', Arion 4: 45-60.
Euripides: Alcestis
  • Swift, L. (2012) ‘Paeanic and Epinician Healing in Euripides’ Alcestis, in Greek Drama IV: Texts, Contexts, Performance, eds. D. Rosenbloom and J. Davidson. Oxford: 149-68
Euripides: Andromache
Euripides: Bacchae
  • Arthur, M. (1972) ‘The choral odes of the Bacchae of Euripides’, YClS 22: 145-179.
  • Bierl, Anton (2011) ‘Prozessionen auf der griechischen Bühne: Performativität des einziehenden Chors als Manifestation des Dionysos in der Parodos der Euripideischen Bakchen’, in: K. Gvozdeva, H. R. Velten (ed.), Medialität der Prozession. Performanz ritueller Bewegung in Texten und Bildern der Vormoderne. Médialité de la procession. Performance du mouvement rituel en textes et en images à l'époque pré-moderne, Heidelberg: Winter Universitätsverlag 2011, 35–61.
  • Murnaghan, Sheila (2006) 'The Daughters of Cadmus: Chorus and Characters in Euripides' Bacchae and Ion ' in Greek Drama III: Essays in Honour of Kevin Lee, eds. John Davidson, Frances Muecke, and Peter Wilson. BICS Supplement 87. London: 99-112.
  • Segal, Charles (1997) 'Chorus and community in Euripides' Bacchae ' in Poet, public, and performance in ancient Greece, Lowell Edmunds and Robert W. Wallace (eds.) (with a preface by Maurizio Bettini). Baltimore (Md.): 65-86. Reviewed by Goldhill, Simon (1998) BMCR 98.2.05 and Ferrando, Serena (2000) Maia 52.2: 402-404.
Euripides: Electra
  • Baur, D. (1997) 'Chor und Tragödie unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Euripides' Elektra ', Poetica 29: 26-47.
  • Rosivach, Vincent J. (1978) 'The “Golden Lamb” Ode in Euripides’ Electra ', CP 73: 189-99.
  • Zeitlin, Froma I. (1970) 'The Argive Festival of Hera and Euripides’ Electra ', TAPA 101: 645-669.
Euripides: Helen
  • Arnson Svarlien, Diane (2016) 'Three Songs from Euripides’ Helen', Delos: A Journal of Translation and World Literature 31: 7-19.
  • Ford, A. L. (2010) "“A Song to Match my Song”: Lyric Doubling in Euripides’ Helen." Allusion, Authority, and Truth: Critical Perspectives on Greek Poetic and Rhetorical Praxis 7 (2010): 283.
  • Swift, L. A. (2009) 'How to Make a Goddess Angry: Making Sense of the Demeter Ode in Euripides' Helen', Classical Philology 418-38.
Euripides: Heracles
  • Kyriakou, Poulcheria (1999) ’The chorus in the Heracles and the Iphigeneia in Tauris of Euripides’, Hellenica 49.1: 7-27.
  • Parry, H. (1965) 'The Second Stasimon of Euripides, Heracles (637-700)', AJP 86: 363-374.
  • Yossi, Mary J. (Μ. Ι. Γιόση) (2009), Ευριπίδης ΗΡΑΚΛΗΣ, εισαγωγή - μετάφραση -σχόλια [Euripides. Heracles, introd., transl., notes], ed. Smili. Athens.
Euripides: Hippolytus
  • Bond, G.W. (1980) 'A chorus in Hippolytus. Manuscript text versus dramatic realism’, Hermathena 129: 59-63.
  • Swift, L.A. (2006) 'Mixed Choruses and Marriage Songs: a New Interpretation of the Third Stasimon of the Hippolytos ', Journal of Hellenic Studies 126: 125-140.
    • Abstract: This article uses evidence drawn from hymenaios and wedding ritual to reach a new interpretation of the third stasimon of the Hippolytos, and its rôle in the play. There is longstanding contention about whether a second (male) chorus participates in the ode, singing in antiphony with the existing tragic chorus. Even scholars who accept that a second chorus is present have tended to regard it as an aberration which needs to be explained away, rather than a deliberate choice with poetic significance. I discuss the cultural implications of such a chorus, examining our evidence for real-life mixed choruses, and then applying this to the ode itself. The evidence for mixed choruses suggests they are strongly associated with marriage. Looking more closely at the language and imagery of the ode, there are allusions to the topoi of wedding songs and ritual running through it. The ode can use these as a device to trigger deep-rooted responses and associations from the audience, as these motifs are drawn from the cultural tradition which the audience shares. The topoi tie in with the theme of marriage and sexuality within the Hippolytos as a whole. But while their usual purpose is to set up conventional models and ways of thinking, the way they are deployed in the ode in fact serves to undermine these models, and to put a darker spin on the norms of sexual behaviour. This strand of imagery therefore also provides a filter for interpreting Hippolytos’ own attitude towards sexuality, and a guide to how we are meant to respond to it.
Euripides: Ion
  • Murnaghan, Sheila (2006) 'The Daughters of Cadmus: Chorus and Characters in Euripides' Bacchae and Ion ' in Greek Drama III: Essays in Honour of Kevin Lee, eds. John Davidson, Frances Muecke, and Peter Wilson. BICS Supplement 87. London: 99-112.
  • Willetts, R.F. (1973) ‘Action and character in the Ion of Euripides’, JHS 93: 201-209.
Euripides: Ιphigenia Taurica
  • Firinu, Elena (2009), 'Il primo stasimo dell'Ifigenia Taurica euripidea ei Persiani di Timoteo di Mileto: un terminus post quem per il nomos?,' Eikasmós 20: 109-131.
  • Kyriakou, Poulcheria (1999) ’The chorus in the Heracles and the Iphigeneia in Tauris of Euripides’, Hellenica 49.1: 7-27.
Euripides: Medea
  • Segal, C. (1997) 'On the Fifth Stasimon of Euripides' Medea ', American Journal of Philology 118: 167-184.
Euripides: Orestes
  • Damen, Mark (1990) ’Electra's monody and the role of the chorus in Euripides' Orestes 960-1012’, TAPhA 120: 133-145.
  • Psaroudakēs, Stelios (2004) 'The Orestes Papyrus: some thoughts on the dubious musical signs', in Studien zur Musikarchäologie IV. Musical archaeological sources: finds, oral transmission, written evidence. Papers from the 3rd Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology at Monastery Michaelstein, 9-16 June, 2002, and other contributions. (Orient-Archäologie, 15), Ellen Hickmann & Ingo Laufs & Ricardo Eichmann (eds.). Rahden, Westf: Marie Leidorf GmbH: 471-92.
Euripides: Phoenissae
  • Arthur, M. (1977) 'The Curse of Civilization: The Choral Odes of the Phoenissae ', HSCP 81: 163-184.
  • Hartigan, Karelisa V. (2000) 'Why 'Phoenician' women?', Eranos 98: 25-31.
  • Swift, L.A. (2009) 'Sexual and Familial Distortion in Euripides' Phoenissae ', Transactions of the American Philological Association 139.1: 53-87.
    • Summary: This article offers a new interpretation of Euripides' Phoenissae, and argues for a new source of unity in the play, by focusing on the theme of mismanaged sexuality. The curse on the Labdacid house is caused by, and takes the form of, abnormalities in sexual and familial roles, and it is these abnormalities which lie behind Antigone's behavior and Menoeceus's suicide: these episodes should therefore be understood not as disjointed but as connected to central concerns. The play also engages with this theme on an imagistic level, and explores it through the imagery of civilization in the choral odes and through the figure of the Sphinx. Finally, it is argued that the Chorus of Phoenician maidens offers a corrective to the destructive cycle in Thebes, and hints at the positive role that well-governed sexuality can play in human societies.
Euripides: Supplices
  • Scully, Stephen P. (1996-1997) 'Orchestra and stage in Euripides' Suppliant women ', Arion 4.1: 61-84.
Euripides: Troades
  • Battezzato, L (2005) ‘The New Music of the Trojan Women’, Lexis 23: 73-104.
  • Sienkewicz T.J. (1975) Euripides' Trojan Women. An interpretative study based upon the role of the chorus and ironic development. PhD Dissertation, Stanford University.
  • Sienkewicz T.J. (1978) 'Euripides' Trojan Women. An interpretation', Helios 6: 81-95.
  • Werner, C. (2002) ‘As performances de Cassandra em Troianas de Eurípides’, Letras Clássicas 6: 117-34

Comic Chorus

  • Bierl, A. (1999) 'Doppeltanz oder doppelte Freude? – Gedanken zum umstrittenen διπλῆν (Ar. Thesm. 982) aus einer performativen Perspektive' in Der Chor im antiken und modernen Drama, eds. P. Riemer and B. Zimmermann. Drama 7. Stuttgart and Weimar: 27–47.
  • Bierl, A. (2001) Der Chor in der Alten Komödie. Ritual und Performativität (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Aristophanes' Thesmophoriazusen und der Phalloslieder fr. 851 PMG). München and Leipzig. (BzA 126). It has been translated by Alex Hollmann into English as:
    • Bierl, A. (2009) Ritual and Performativity. The Chorus of Old Comedy (transl. by Alex Hollmann), Center for Hellenic Studies. Washington, DC: Harvard Press. (Hellenic Studies 20). New and revised edition.
  • Bierl, A. (2007) 'L'uso intertestuale di Alcmane nel finale della Lisistrata di Aristofane. Coro e rito nel contesto performativo' in Dalla lirica corale alla poesia drammatica. Forme e funzioni del canto corale nella tragedia e nella commedia greca, eds. F. Perusino and M. Colantonio. Pisa: 259–290. With a comparison between Alcman and the last songs in Ar. Lysistrata.
  • Calame, C. (2004) 'Choral Forms in Aristophanic Comedy: Musical Mimesis and Dramatic Performance in Classical Athens' in Music and the Muses. The Culture of Mousike in the Classical Athenian City, eds. P. Murray and P. Wilson. Oxford: 157-184.
  • Cavallini, E. (1983) 'Echi della lirica arcaica nella Lisistrata di Aristofane', MCr 18: 70-15.
  • Faraone, Ch.A. (1997) 'Salvation and Female Heroics in the Parodos of Aristophanes' Lysistrata ', Journal of Hellenic Studies 117: 38-59.
  • Karanika, A. (2008) 'Greek Comedy's Parody of Lament' in Lament: Studies in the Ancient Mediterranean and Beyond, ed. Ann Suter. Oxford, New York: 289-323. Reviewed by Alden, Maureen (2008) BMCR 2008.10.26.
  • Kugelmeier, C. (1996) Reflexe früher und zeitgenössischer Lyrik in der Alten attischen Komödie. Stuttgart (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde. 80).
  • Lech, M. Lysgaard (2005) 'A note on Aristophanes' Clouds 76', Classica et Mediaevalia 56: 49-55.
  • Lech, M. Lysgaard (2008)'Tired of What? A note on Aristophanes, Birds 787' C&M 59.
  • Lech, M. Lysgaard (2009) 'The Knights’ Eleven Oars: In Praise of Phormio? (Ar.Eq.546-7)' CJ 105, 1.
  • Lech, M. Lysgaard (2012) 'EUPOLIS AND THE λῆρος OF THE POETS: A NOTE ON EUPOLIS 205 K-A' CJ 107.3: 283-289.
  • Parker, L. P. E. (1997) The Songs of Aristophanes. Oxford.
  • Puetz, B. (2007) The Symposium and Komos in Aristophanes. Warminster: Aris & Phillips. Reviewed by Beta, Simone BMCR 2008.07.05.
  • Riu, X. (2011) 'La storia del teatro secondo Aristotele e la questione del coro in Epicarmo' in: Ritmo, parola, immagine. Il teatro classico e la sua tradizione, ed. A. Andrisano. Ferrara: 115-38.
  • Riu, X. (2011) 'Animal choruses in Comedy' in: Ta zôia. L'espai a Grècia II: els animals i l'espai, eds. M. Reig and M. Jufresa. Tarragona:
  • Saetta Cottone, R. (2001) 'Aristophane: injures et comique. A propos de Cavaliers 1274ss.', Methodos 1: 187-206.
  • Saetta Cottone, R. (2003) 'Agathon, Euripide et le thème de la mimesis poétique dans les Thesmophories d'Aristophane', Revue des Études Grecques 116.2: 445-469.
  • Willi, A. (2003) The Languages of Aristophanes. Aspects of Linguistic Variation in Classical Attic Greek. Oxford. Reviewed by Blomqvist, Jerker BMCR 2004.06.04.

Satyr Chorus

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  • D’Alessio, G. B. (2007) ‘ἢν ἰδού: ecce satyri (Pratina, PMG 708= TrGF 4 F 3). Alcune considerazioni sull’uso della deissi nei testi lirici e teatrali’, in Dalla lirica corale alla poesia drammatica, ed. F. Perusino. Rome: 95–128.
  • Laemmle, Rebecca (2007) 'Der eingeschlossene Dritte. Zur Funktion des Dionysos im Satyrspiel', in: Literatur und Religion I, eds. A.Bierl/R.Laemmle/K.Wesselmann. Berlin/New York: 335-386.
  • Slenders, W.L.G.M. (2007) Τραγῳδία παίζουσα. Taaleigen en stijl van het Klassiekgriekse satyrspel. PhD Dissertation Radboud University Nijmegen. (in Dutch with an English summary)

Varia

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  • Slings, S.R. (2000) Symposium: Speech and Ideology. Two hermeneutical issues in early Greek lyric, with special reference to Mimnermus. Amsterdam (KNAW), Mededelingen KNAW afd. Letterkunde, 63, 1. Concerns the performance of lyric poetry in the archaic period. Review by Bremer, Jan Maarten (2003) Mnemosyne 56: 614-15.
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  • Van Wees, Hans (2000) 'The development of the hoplite phalanx. Iconography and reality in the seventh century', in War and Violence in Ancient Greece, ed. Hans van Wees. London: 125-66. Includes discussion of fragments of Tyrtaios, Callinus, Alcaeus.
  • Van Wees, Hans (2005) 'Trailing tunics and sheepskin coats: dress and status in early Greece', in The Clothed Body in the Ancient World, eds. L. Clelland, M. Harlow and L. Llewellyn-Jones. Oxbow Books, Oxford: 44-51. Includes discussion of fragments of Sappho, Alcaeus, and Alcman.
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