A study of Aegean (prehistoric Greek) music, the evidence for the phorminx (concert lyre), singing, theory and scores, and the possibility of lyric meter in Linear B and of the Phaistos Disc recording a song/hymn.
"The Aegean Bard: Evidence for Sound and Song." In: EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology (Aegaeum 28), edited by S. Morris and R. Laffineur, 71-78. Liège & Austin: Université de Liège, University of Texas-Austin.
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