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Musik Yunani kuno nyaris secara keseluruhan hadir dalam masyarakat Yunani kuno, dari perkawinan, pemakaman, dan upacara-upacara keagamaan sanpai teater, musik foklor dan pengutipan puisi epik mirip ballad. Sehingga, musik tersebut memainkan bagian integral dalam kehidupan bangsa Yunani kuno.

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