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Title: Sprache(n) und Musik
Written By: Matthias Heinz
Edited By: Anja Overbeck
URL: http://www.lincom-shop.eu
Series Title: LINCOM Studies in Romance Linguistics 72
Description:

Sprache und Musik fordern als Zeichensysteme mit vielfachen Bezügen aufeinander einen pluri- und interdisziplinären Forschungszugang geradezu heraus. Die Akten zur Sektion «Musik und Sprache(n)» des XXXI. Romanistentages in Bonn entsprechen dem – ganz im Sinne der von Anfang an «transversalen» Ausrichtung des Tagungsprogramms. In insgesamt 18 Beiträgen zeigt sich eine breite thematische Auffächerung, die wichtige aktuelle Forschungsfragen spiegelt: Mehrere primär linguistisch und teils empirisch orientierte Beiträge rezipieren etwa die besonders in (Musik-) Semiotik und Kognitionswissenschaft rege Forschung zum Interagieren beider Ausdrucksformen. In weiteren Beiträgen werden einerseits übergreifende Themen der europäischen Sprach-, Musik- und Kulturgeschichte mit Anwendungsbeispielen kombiniert, andererseits Parallelen literarischer und musikalischer Ausdrucksformen in Autoren-, Werk- und Gattungsperspektive diskutiert. Dadurch werden Schnittstellen und Schnittmengen zwischen den Einzeldisziplinen sichtbar gemacht und transdisziplinäre Erschließungsmechanismen für die Phänomenbereiche Sprache und Musik herausgearbeitet.

Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
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Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Sociolinguistics
Cognitive Science
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Format: Hardback
ISBN-13: 9783862884094
Pages: 306
Prices: Europe EURO 158.00