Contents of issue 22 (2015)

ÌUSIC AND LANGUAGECover of issue 22




Charalampos Ch. Spyridis

Elements of Language Theory in the study of rhythmic languages [Abstract]

Markos Lekkas

Music as topographical depiction of a metaphor [Abstract]

Georgia Maria Tserpe

Symbolic elements in music: Facets and forms [Abstract]

Iakovos Steinhauer

An aesthetic approach to the musicality of language, image and body [Abstract]

Costas Tsougras

Language and Music: An interdisciplinary overview of a multi-faceted relationship [Abstract]

Markos Tsetsos

Music and Language. Retracing the German-speaking philosophical discussion [Abstract]

Christina Anagnostopoulou

Music as language: Methods of cohesion in musical and linguistic discourse [Abstract]

Irmgard Lerch-Kalavrytinos

Some remarks on rhythm in the compositions with poetic texts in the Liber Sancti Jacobi [Abstract]

Theodoros Kitsos

The use of Greek language in Western art music during the 16th and the 17th century: the case of Henry Lawes [Abstract]

George Zervos

Form, musical meaning and content in the aria “Erbarme dich” from the St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244, of J. S. Bach [Abstract]

Marianna Sideri

“Prima la musica e poi le parole”: A serious discussion on opera’s nature or an operatic Capriccio? [Abstract]

Stelios Psaroudakēs

Mesomedes’ Hymn to the Sun (2nd c. AD): the precipitation of logos in the melos [Abstract]

Thomas Apostolopoulos

Tonos and melos (stress and melody) in Damaskenos’s prosodic Canons [Abstract]

Achilleas G. Chaldaeakes

Byzantine Music as “Ôabula Rasa” or Which should be the “language” of Byzantine music? [Abstract]

Athanasios Trikoupis

Dynamic and melodic accent usage in the Modern Greek poetry set to music [Abstract]

Kostas Chardas

Seeking the perpetual, claiming the new: Greek modernism and ancient Greek logos [Abstract]

Gerasimoula (Mema) Papandrikou

The wedding song “Today the sky is shining” in Greek area [Abstract]

Maria Ntourou

The contextual significance of words and phrases as a composition parameter of the melodic lines of Cavafy’s poetry which has been set to music [Abstract]

Beata Iwona Glinka

The relation between music and language in the works for solo flute by Greek composers [Abstract]

Dora Psaltopoulou-Kamini

The lingual relationship in Music Therapy [Abstract]

Stylianos Tsakalidis

Mental auditory image and music, thought and speech, complementary cognitive processes in the service of music performance [Abstract]

George Ï. Kosteletos

The Musical Turing Test: Music instead of Language as a medium for the cognitive evaluation of computing systems [Abstract]

Athanasios Soultatis

Elements of musicality in phonology [Abstract]

Stella Voskaridou-Economou

Musicality or the unknown: Utilising ideas from the field of phonology in an approach of musicality in poetic texts [Abstract]

Athanasios Zervas

Probing musical meaning in sets of pitches in relation to sets of letters: experiment and melodic invention [Abstract]

Nick Poulakis

Music, language and post-colonial cinematic discourse: A critical ethnomusicological approach of the film Avatar [Abstract]

George Fitsioris

Exciting narratives: Letting the music cultivate our imagination [Abstract]

Anna-Maria Rentzeperi-Tsonou

Ôhe relation between music and logos (text) in the songs of Dimitris Themelis in poetry by Odysseas Elytis [Abstract]

Anastasia Georgaki

Language and cybernetics in A. Logothetis’ Hörspiel Kybernetikon (1971) [Abstract]

Konstantinos Kardamis

“That music is only an artistic combination of sonorous waves may be true, but there is no reason why these waves should be let loose in deafening tempests”. Music in Jules Verne’s works [Abstract]

Ioannis Fulias

The interrelation of speech and music in Dittersdorf’s programmatic symphonies on Ovid’s Metamorphoses (1781-1783) [Abstract]

Ioannis Fulias

A brief addendum to Konstantin D. Economo [Abstract]