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Ch.11: Intonation by Carlos Gussenhoven


"Intonation refers to the structured variation in pitch which is not deter­mined by lexical distinctions. As will become clear, there is no particular theoretical motivation for this division from a phonological perspective, and the two domains often overlap (see Yip Ch.10). In this chapter, I concentrate on the representation of the melodic aspects of intonation."

Gussenhoven, Carlos (2007). Intonation. In Paul de Lacy (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology. Cambridge University Press, pp.253-280.


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