Greek chorus

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A chorus in a classical Greek play typically serving to formulate, express, and comment on the moral issue that is raised by the dramatic action or to express an emotion appropriate to each stage of the dramatic conflict.

Aeschylus, who was the seventh servant of Dionysus, was told to be the one who directed these chorus' to perfection.

The Greek theatre at Delphi: in the most dramatic natural setting.

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