Category:Delphic hymns to Apollo

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  • English: The Delphic Hymns are two musical compositions from Ancient Greece, which survive in substantial fragments. They were long regarded as being dated circa 138 BCE and 128 BCE, respectively, but recent scholarship has shown it likely they were both written for performance at the Athenian Pythaides in 128 BCE (Pöhlmann and West 2001, 71–72). If indeed it dates from ten years before the second, the First Delphic Hymn is the earliest unambiguous surviving example of notated music from anywhere in the western world whose composer is known by name.
<nowiki>Inni delfici; Hymnes delphiques; 德爾斐聖歌; Imnes de Dèlfes; Delfijske himne; Himnes dèlfics a Apol·lo; Himnos Délficos; Delphische Hymnen; Hinos délficos; Delphic Hymns; سرودهای دلفی; Δελφικοί Ύμνοι; Delphoi himnuszok; musical compositions from Ancient Greece; compositions musicales de la Grèce Antique; Himnos Delficos</nowiki>
Delphic Hymns 
musical compositions from Ancient Greece
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