Banquet of the Ten Virgins continues. In its penultimate segment, Arete decides who wins the banquet. St. Thecla then leads the whole company in a musical number… er, hymn… apparently written in the style of a typical Greek wedding song — to be sung in a call and response style by a chorus leader and an answering chorus of women.
(It’s pretty long, so I put it at the end of this segment for those who want to skip it. Especially since I couldn’t resist making up a tune and singing it. You can’t just read off a long processional hymn, especially one designed as call and response with a chorus! So a musical number it is.)