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György Kurtág selected fragments from Franz Kafka's Tagebücher, Octavhefte, Kafka's letters and other writings for his Kafka-Fragmente, op. 24. The 40 fragments in György Kurtág's, op. 24 use 38 texts. 12 are taken from the Tagebücher, 12 from the Octavhefte, 11 from other fragments and aphorisms, and 1 each from Kafka's letters to Oskar Pollock, Felice Bauer, and Milena Jesenská. The texts contain 1103 syllables, unequally distributed. The fragments selected by Kurtág cover a broad range of rhythmic situations, some of wich echo one another across the work. One of the major variables is the extent to which, in a given fragment, the sequence of accents approaches the predictability of conventional verse meters. A second major variable is the extent to which the singer's rhythmic figures are announced, supported, or echoed by the violin. A third is the presence, or absence of brief melismas or extended vocalises. A forth is the correlation, or lack of correlation between shifts in text rhythm and shifts from one group of tones to another.

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37 201 242 Crystal, Thomas H. — Arthur S. House 1990. Articulation rate and the duration of syllables and stress groups in connected speech. In

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OPs. 2 A brief introduction to GP 2 An onset head (xO) may project up to twice, each time merging with a nonhead skeletal point (the complement). The number of projections determines the manner of articulation, (1). Terminal nodes may be annotated by

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2011 86 52 68 Dart, Sarah N. 1991. Articulatory and acoustic properties of apical and laminal articulations. UCLA

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195 207 Laczkó, Mária 1991. The interrelation of articulation rate and pauses in children's speech. In: Gósy (1991b, 139-53). The

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. Changes in articulation accompanying functional changes in word usage. In: Journal of the International Phonetic Association. Hokkanen, Tapio 2001. Slips of the tongue. Errors, repairs and a model. Finnish Literature

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. Heidelberg: Kriminalistik Verlag. Levelt, W. J. M. (1989). Speaking: From intention to articulation . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Maylor, E. A., & Rabbitt, P. M. A (1987). Effect of alcohol on rate of

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1994 14 143 162 Bernthal, John E. — Nicholas W. Bankson 1998. Articulation and phonological disorders (4th ed

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perceptually grounded approach 171 95 Kiss, Zoltán in preparation. The phonotactics of consonant clusters: A perception and articulation-based approach. Doctoral dissertation, Eötvös

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focal point of the community’s self-representation. At the same time, the cyclically growing interest in the staged custom and the repeated re-articulation of the wedding in new ways were closely linked with the social changes of the given period and the

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