I bade him write, down that o nous estin aulos
. He said that he would do so, and went home, while I stepped over to the pyramids.
As a youth, he is said to have rejected learning to play the aulos
, an oboe-like instrument, because blowing on it distorted his face.
Conforme a regiao, a epoca ou a funcao, alternavam-se o aulos
e a salpinx (trombeta) no apoio a atividades fisicas.
Para ello, se centra en tres puntos principales: el desarrollo de la educacion musical, los educadores musicales y la disputa del aulos
en el programa educativo.
Gomez Cardo, P.; Leao, D. F.; Oliveira, M. A. de, eds. (2014). Plutarco entre mundos. Visoes de Esparta, Atenas e Roma, Humanitas Supplementum, Estudos Monograficos, Coimbra, Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra University Press, Annablume Editora
Perseus escaped with Medusa's head and according to Pindar Athena invented the music of the aulos
from the sounds of the lament of her sisters (Pindar, Pythian 12.6-27).
Modern musicological reconstructions of the twanging of the lyre and the bleating of the aulos
attest to this somewhat more limited range.
It is named after the Greek word "Aulos
flute" recognized as one of the strongest weight bearing bone of the body.