Periodically I return to Samuel Clarke's editions of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Alas, my Greek is nowhere near so fluent as my Latin, and Clarke has been an enormous help in getting me through large chunks of the texts.
I note many differences between the Greek hexameter and the Latin, and of course I have some questions regarding the versification.
1) In the opinion of the Textkit scholars, where's my best starting point for understanding Greek prosody, particularly the Homeric hexameter ? Free materials are best, but I can spend some money on highly recommended books.
2) What is the modern interpretation of the pitch accents ? I'm a musician by training and trade, so an explanation in terms of musical pitches would not be lost on me.
3) Are any audio recordings recommended ?
As a little more background I should mention that my Greek studies have included a little Plato, a little Xenophon, a little koine, and a lot of Homeric and other non-Attic verse. I am (in Greek at least) a most desultory and dilatory student, though I did make it through Pharr once.
Similis sum folio de quo ludunt venti.