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  • In Persian, Taxim is the ramp where musicians would play (taquasim). In Turkish, it means crossroad (taksim). Traditional Greek musicians, in place of the word key or mode, use the word road. The same word in Latin is used as the title of the present work. Traditional musicians use this word to mean improvisation; hence, the derivation of this...

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  • Oenanthe is a femine name that belonged to a drum player and a courtesan from the Saamos island. She had a son named Agathocles, and a daughter named Agathoclea who was a drum player and a courtesan like her mother. Agathoclea was furnished by her mother to Ptolemy the fourth the Philopater (221-204 B. C.) who loved her deeply. So Oenanthe through her...

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  • In Persian, Taxim is the ramp where musicians would play (taquasim). In Turkish it means crossroad (taksim). Traditional Greek musicians, in place of the word key or mode, use the word road. The same word described in Latin is used as the title of the present work. Traditional musicians use this word to mean improvisation; hence, the derivation of this...

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  •  In Persian, Taxim is the ramp where musicians would play (taquasim). In Turkish, it means crossroad (taksim). Traditional Greek musicians, in place of the word key or mode, use the word road. The same word in Latin is used as the title of the present work. Traditional musicians use this word to mean improvisation; hence, the derivation of this...

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