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The Association of Tune and Text
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abstract anaphoric anaphoric reference apply argued argument basic beat boundary tones bracketing Children's Chant cliticization complex congruence constituent structure corresponds cycle defined derivation designated terminal element discussion distinction English example existence fact free syllables given grid alignment hypothesis ideophonic systems intonational phrasing intuition Ivan Sag L H M lexical linguistic low-mid main stress meaning melisma metrical constituent metrical grid metrical pattern metrical structure metrical theory metrical tree minor third morphemes nature node labels normal notation noun nuclear tone O'Connor and Arnold optional phonetic phonological phrasal pitch contour position possible pre-head principle properties reason rebracketing represented result rhythm segments semantic sequence simple specification speech stress pattern stress rules stressed syllable strong syntactic temporal intervals tessitura tetratonic text and tune tonal word Tone Group tune and text tune-text association underlying underlying representation unstressed vocative chant vocative tune w s w word stress