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Adaptations de la mélodie aux variations de longueur du vers aux XIIe et XIIIe siècles

Abstract : This study aims to describe and analyze mechanisms that allow a tune to be sung with lines of different length. Our corpus is comprised of French songs from the 12th and 13th centuries, which are among the earliest French vernacular songs that have been preserved with their tune. We dedicate our study to the way these songs can adjust the tune to the line length variation, without breaking the equivalence relation between the different versions of the tune.
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Timothée Premat, Sophie Chouvion. Adaptations de la mélodie aux variations de longueur du vers aux XIIe et XIIIe siècles. Anejos de Rythmica, revista espaõla de métrica comparada, Padilla Libros, 2021, Del ritmo en los refranes, cantinelas y fórmulas, VI, pp.243-270. ⟨10.5944/rhythmica.32387⟩. ⟨halshs-03317673⟩



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