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How does music affect our language
Transcript of How does music affect our language
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Arts and Language
What is the relationship
between the Arts and
Isn't It Funny?
What is the relationship between
the Arts and language?
LISZTOMANIA: A NEED TO
LISTEN TO MUSIC ALL THE TIME
In some cultures, music and language are very closely related.
For example, the talking drum of the Lokele people of central Africa is actually made to mimic the tones and rhythms of utterances in their language.
Tone languages such as this (another example is Mandarin), where changing the pitch of the word can change its meaning, are of particular interest when comparing language to music.
Is music itself
Talking about Music
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