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BOOK III.

" But truly nothing is more unbecoming in the guardians of the State than drunkenness, effeminacy and idleness."
" That cannot be denied."
" Which, then, are the soft or convivial harmonies? "
" The Ionian," he replied, "and the Lydian '(42)which are called 'relaxed."'
" Well, my friend, will you make any use of thesein the training of soldiers?"
" By no means," he replied; " and in that case youwill probably have nothing left but the Dorian (43)'and the Phrygian."
" I do not know the harmonies," I said, "but leave me that harmony which will imitate suitably the tones and accents of a brave man when he is engaged in the deeds of war or in any violent enterprise, who, if he fails of success, or is exposed to

42. On the character of the Lydian mode a recent English editor of the Republic (Warren) quotes here from Milton, L'Allegro, i3$ ff.
" And ever against eating cares
Lap me in soft Lydian airs Married to immortal verse;
Such as the melting soul may pierce In notes with many a winding bout
Of linked sweetness long drawn out," etc.
43. Milton's famous lines accord well with Plato's use of the Dorian Harmony:
" Anon they move
In perfect phalanx to the Dorian Mood Of flutes and soft recorders."
-Paradise Lost, i, 551 ff.

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