[Menvi-discuss] Greek music?

Debra Baxley debrabaxley at att.net
Tue Apr 24 16:51:40 EDT 2012

It's entitled, The Music at the End of the Ancient World; I guess this is
what it would be, such as fragments of Euripides; Orestos.





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If you're interested in Greek Orthodox chant, there's a man in the Greek
Orthodox church who prepared a web site on the braille code for chant.  I
could look that up, if that's what you're looking for.




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Can anyone explain how Greek music is brailled?




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