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Master Class: Elicitation and Documentation of Tone
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|Title:||Master Class: Elicitation and Documentation of Tone|
|Contributors:||Remijsen, Bert (speaker)|
|Date Issued:||12 Mar 2015|
|Description:||Ear-based methods and quantitative analysis are both very useful in the study of tone. In order to combine them, we need to understand how the auditory perception of pitch relates to the fundamental frequency pattern that gives rise to it. Crucial to this relation is the notion of tonal alignment. In this master class, I will explore this notion from phonetic and phonological angles, point out key findings in the experimental and typological literature, and illustrate the issues with many sound examples.|
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4th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)|
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