Music from ancient Rome

Very creepy.   And very beautiful.


9 thoughts on “Music from ancient Rome

  1. Thanks for posting these. I love hearing the roots of music. I really think it has been the purest form of communication of human history.

    1. These were an awesome find! The beats of ancient poetry are astonishingly modern, but every time you see a professor with a long gray hair performing them in a quivering voice, you may not even notice it. Are you a musician? Can I send you a description of the beat so that you can turn it into music, say a hymn denouncing the Donkeys?

        1. Whoa! No they don’t. I’ll take a closer look at the explanation later and I’ll probably be able to get it.

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