Monday, 16 January 2012

Bernstein on Musical Phonology (ties in with Josephine the Mouse Singer?)

Just check out the wonderful examples of Ma, Mother and at 27:00 his example of Nur Nuh Nuh Nurr Nuh - thought it may tie in with Kafka's Josephine the Mouse Singer (or Diva!) - there's also a nice food angle in the Kafka's Voices Chapter in the Dolar/Josephine the Singer/Berstein lecture.... and it connects nicely with Plato and Aristotle fretting over musical modes and the shackling of sound and music to strict language... to logos etc

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