English intonation in the British Isles
References: English Intonation in the British Isles
We would like to add more references to this page. Suggestions are gratefully
received. We're planning to add a second section on prosody in varieties
of English spoken outside the British Isles. Again, we'd be grateful for
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Cruttenden, A. (1997). Intonation. Cambridge: CUP.
Cruttenden, A. (2000). Mancunian intonation and intonational
representation. Phonetica 58: 53-80.
Foulkes, P. and Gerard J. Docherty (1999). Urban voices: accent studies
in the British Isles. London: Arnold.
Grabe, E., Post, B., Nolan, F., and Farrar, K. (2000).
Pitch accent realisation in four varieties of British English.
Journal of Phonetics 28, 161-186.
Grabe, E., Nolan, F. and Farrar, K. (1998). IViE - a comparative
transcription system for intonational variation in English.
Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP),
Grabe, E., Post, B. and Nolan, F.
(to appear, preprint in .doc format). Modelling intonational Variation in English.
The IViE System. In Proceedings
of Prosody 2000, 2-5 October, Krakow, Poland.
Hughes, Arthur & Trudgill, Peter. (1996). English accents and dialects: An
introduction to social and regional varieties of English in the British
Isles (3rd edition). London: Arnold.
Jarman, E. and Alan Cruttenden (1976). Belfast intonation and the myth of
the fall. JIPA 6: 4-12.
Lowry, Orla. (1997). Intonation patterns in Northern Irish English. MPhil
Thesis University of Cambridge.
Knowles, G.O. (1978). The nature of phonological variables in Scouse. In
P. Trudgill (ed.) Sociolinguistic patterns in British English. London:
Nolan, F. and Grabe, E. (1997).
Can ToBI transcribe intonational variation in the British Isles?
In A. Botinis, G. Kouroupetroglou and G. Carayannis (eds.)
Proceedings of the ESCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Intonation: Theory, Models
and Applications. Athens, Greece.
Nolan, F. and Farrar, K. (1999). Timing of f0 Peaks and Peak Lag.
Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 961-967.
Rahilly, Joan (1991). Intonation patterns in normal hearing and
postlingually deafened adults in Belfast. PhD thesis, The Queen's
University of Belfast.
Sebba, Mark (1993). London Jamaican: language systems in interaction.
London. New York: Longman.
Tench, P. (1996). The intonation systems of English. London: Cassell.
Trudgill, P. (1998). The dialects of English. Oxford, Blackwell.
Wells, B. and Sue Peppe (1996). Ending up in Ulster: prosody and
turn-taking in English dialects. In Couper-Kuhlen, E. and M. Selting
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Wells, J.C. (1982). Accents of English: The British Isles (Vol. 2).
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