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22 p, 153.5 KB The manifestation of intonational focus in Castilian Spanish / Cabrera Abreu, Mercedes (Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Departamento de Filología Moderna) ; García Lecumberri, María Luisa (Universidad del País Vasco. Departamento de Filología Inglesa)
In this paper we study the phonological manifestation of various intonational focus domains in Castilian Spanish. We propose that downstep is one of the intonational signallers of focus in this language. [...]
L'article presenta una anàlisi fonològica del focus entonatiu en castellà peninsular. Hom defensa que l'esglaonament descendent és un dels indicis acústics que marquen el focus en aquesta llengua. [...]

2003 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.42
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 2 (2003) , p. 33-54  
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20 p, 283.1 KB The phonological status of initial peaks in European Portuguese* / Frota, Sonia (Universidade de Lisboa. DLGR & Laboratório de Fonética)
This paper investigates the phonology of initial peaks in European Portuguese intonation. Evidence is presented for two types of peaks: an accentual peak, that is consistently aligned relative to the first stressed syllable; and a phrasal peak, that is aligned relative to the left-edge of the intonational phrase and within the limits of the first prosodic word. [...]
2003 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.47
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 2 (2003) , p. 133-152  
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12 p, 106.5 KB Patrons d'associació de l'estructura tonal en català / Prieto Vives, Pilar, 1965- (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana)
Com és sabut, la realització dels contorns entonatius en seqüències curtes (o contextos de xoc accentual) desencadenen tota mena de processos de reorganització gestual per tal d'«adaptar» la corba melòdica a la manca d'espai. [...]
It is widely accepted that the phonetic realization of intonation contours over short utterances triggers a gestural reorganization of the tones involved. According to the way intonation contours are realized in these sequences, Grønnum (1991) and Ladd (1996) have observed two strategies, compression(or complete realization of the melodic form) and truncation (or elision of the initial/final part of the contour). [...]

1999
Catalan Working Papers in Linguistics, V. 7 (1999) , p. 207-218  

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