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A tone language is a language in which differences in pitch are used to distinguish lexical or grammatical meaning. While most modern Western European languages do not make use of pitch in this way, by some estimates up to 70% of the world’s languages may be tonal, including many of the world’s most widely spoken languages such as Mandarin Chinese, Punjabi, and Yoruba.
|Title of host publication||Transcultural Music History|
|Subtitle of host publication||Global Participation and Regional Diversity in the Modern Age|
|Place of Publication||Berlin|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Jan 2021|
|Name||Intercultural Music Studies|
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Balzan Workshop-Conference "Places of Interaction: Histories of Music and Dance in India, Africa, and South-East Asia"
James Kirby (Invited speaker)16 Jun 2016
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