Parodos

Parodos (also parode and parodus; πάροδος, `entrance,` plural parodoi) is a term used in the theater of ancient Greece, referring either to a side-entrance, or to the first song sung by the chorus after its entrance from the side wings. ==Side-entrance to the theater== The parodos is an entrance affording access either to the stage (for a.....
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parodos

(from the article `Old Comedy`) ...were first performed in Athens for the religious festival of Dionysus. They gradually took on a six-part structure: an introduction, in which the ... ...dressed in the skn (from which the word `scene` is derived), which was then a small tent, and the chorus and actors entered together from th...
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Parodos

In Greek tragedy, the ceremonial entrance of the chorus. Usually the chorus at this time chants a ly
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Parodos

side entrance to the theater); also, the entrance song of the chorus in tragedy and comedy.
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