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Issue 33-34

(Spring 2019)











Anastasia Siopsi

Stage action in Richard Wagner’s work in relation to his late theories


Iakovos Steinhauer

The concept of mimesis in T. W. Adorno


Alexandros Baltzis

Critical theory in the new conditions of cultural production


Irmgard Lerch-Kalavrytinos

Humour, irony and satire in medieval music


George Fitsioris

14th century: Ars Nova, the birth of a new art


Katy Romanou

Guillaume Du Fay’s “Byzantine motets”


Ioannis Fulias

Anton Reicha and the first systematisation of music forms in the 19th century


Nikolaos Maliaras

Theophrastos Sakellaridis, Perouzé. The revival of an opera


Theodore Karathodoros

Exploring the structural qualities of Legetos in Dimitri Terzakis’ Legetos for two violins



Conference contributions


Genuinely Greek, inherently orientalist or a longing cosmopolitan? Exploring Emilios Riadis’ identities through the song cycle for voice and piano Neuf petites mélodies roumies

by Sofia Kontossi


Some privileged ratio by itself, some privileged perception, and some a combination of the two. The depiction of music intervals as a timeless search in the theory of Greek music

by Antonis I. Konstantinidis



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