University of Toronto
for the Shakespeare Association of America
San Francisco 1999
Chorus, the company of players or dauncers. also a quyar.
CHORUS: Chorus (Lat.) a Company of Singers or Dancers, a Quire. The singing or musick between every Act in a Tragedy or Comedy. In a Comedy there are four Accessory parts. |viz. | I The Argument. 2 Prologue. 3 Chorus. 4 Mimick. Of all which the Tragedy hath onely the Chorus. Of these see more in |Mr. | Godwins Anthology. ch. de Ludis.
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