Stasimon

Stasimon (στάσιμον) in Greek tragedy is a stationary song, composed of strophes and antistrophes and performed by the chorus in the orchestra. The Greek word ὀρχήστρα means `place where the chorus dances`. Aristotle states in the Poetics (1452b23) that each choral song (or melos) of a tragedy is divided into two parts, first the.....
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Stasimon

• (n.) In the Greek tragedy, a song of the chorus, continued without the interruption of dialogue or anapaestics.
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Stasimon

(plural staisima) in ancient Greek an adjective meaning 'standing,' 'stationary'; in drama, the stasimon was used for odes after the parodos and before the exodus; the songs are not in a marching rhythm, as the parodos is, but are in a standing rhythm; the chorus, however, is not standing still, but is dancing.
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Stasimon

Stas'i·mon noun ; plural Stasmia . [ New Latin , from Greek sta`simon , neut. of sta`simos stationary, steadfast.] In the Greek tragedy, a song of the chorus, continued without the interruption of dialogue or anapæstics. Liddell & Scott.
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Stasimon

From Greek 'stationary song,' a stasimon is an ode sung by the chorus in a Greek play after the chor
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