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Volume :32 Issue : 126 2014      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Consonants of Intonational Extension in Arabic (in Arabic)

Auther : Mounir Alshatnawi

Arabic vowels are the main motive for the real discourse through which extension can be achieved and where the flow of the speech gets easier. Consonants have no extension, by nature, but by the virtue of the Arabic Vowels, they are considered consonants.
This study investigates the study of consonants where extension acts
properly, thus leading to the musicality. This happens because of some phonological characteristics such as the width of its manner of articulation, the flow of the voice with the harmonic intonations, the interrelatedness of voice that feature assimilation, substitution, and deletion (Idgham, Ibdal, Idhar, and Ikhfaa,) in addition to what to some might be vocally ornamented, musically varied, such as dilution and magnification. Additionally, these are characterized as mediocre, neither plosives nor fricatives when functioning as consonants. They are also characterized by their inclusion in the tongue, the muscular effort exerted during the process of production, the choice in additive letters, and its vocal clarity like the vowel, therefore making it among the resonant voices, being light, most explicable, and the most capable to mix with other sounds.
The researcher has found that the consonants (l, m, n) Lam, Meem, and
Noon, are the most prominent consonants in Arabic linguistic use, the thing that characterizes Arabic language, therefore making it musical- in terms of its performance. And this was confirmed by the Arabs musicians and demonstrated the application on lattice models lyrical.

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