choral ode


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ode sung by the chorus in classical Greek drama

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The passage is the choral ode, 959-80, from Phaedra (called Hippolytus) by Studley whose translation of the play is included in the Tenne Tragedies.
subject or occasion of a choral ode to the timeless realm of general,
antistrophe (the second stanza) of the third choral ode in Oidipous
Even in ancient times, choral odes from the plays might be sung
developed out of the performance of choral odes, so tragedy in
called stichomythia, to the special poetic diction of the choral odes.
The tragedians wrote not only the choral odes that are sung and danced
None of the choral odes is lyric poetry in our sense of that