• #Speech is the source for reflection through sound

  • Reflection through words, when and how?

  • Sound as a medium for reflection?

  • Speech as a stage for setting up an every day life drama

  • Speech style

  • Translation into sound

  • Quotations

  • What has to happen before we feel the need to reflect?

  • What are we doing when reflecting through words?

  • How do we know when we have succeeded?

  • How do we store it?

  • (analogy to words as a medium: speech is sammensat of sound and words, -words can be extracted out and used as a medium = text; is it similar when we extract sound and use it as a medium (and movement))

  • Sound and words= 2 linked but independent media for reflection; brought together in speech

  • In what kind of situation is it relevant to use words as a medium for reflection?

  • In what situations is it relevant to use sound as a medium?

  • Restaging sound, abstracting movements in sound from speech

  • Examples from each side of sahara

  • Instruments ?

  • Great minds discuss ideas; Average minds discuss events; Small minds discuss people. Eleanor Roosevelt.

  • Broadly speaking, the small words are the best, and the old words best of all Winston Churchill

  • By three ways we might learn wisdom: First by reflection, which is the noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest. Confucius

  • When something occurs that doesn’t fit in with our world

  • Reflecting is a process of “bending back” something with your thoughts..

  • Words are the tools, so we are basically simply taking existing words and combine them in a number of ways until we get a satisfactory result

  • Tools: Narratives, scripts, ….

  • Metaphors, from agriculture, war, sports

  • The success of our reflection depends on the extent to which it can help us integrate the new into the known

  • Condensed little ready mades, easily tradable : proverbs

  • Words are binary

  • Imitating movement

  • Sound is gradient

  • In speech, we stage what we want to share, by imitating the temporal characteristics of events, in sound

  • When reflecting through words we are using words that we already use in speech, and play around with their meaning, in another medium, trying to make this new combination fit with what is going on around us.

  • This other medium is simply what we call text, - though we need to understand it in a broad sense.

  • We can see reflection through sound in a similar way

  • The prosodic or musical elements of speech can be seen as small significative phrases build in sound.

  • We can extract these phrases, by imitation and play with them in a medium which is different from the medium in which they were made.

  • early 15c., “to divert, to turn aside, deflect,” from O.Fr. reflecter (14c.), from L. reflectere (see reflection). Of mirrors or polished

  • We are playing with words, combining them in new ways, - words are all we have, to do it!

  • Can name things, and set up categories

  • Have a hard time showing relations between elements that unfold in time and space

  • “I’m moved

  • Acceleration, velocity, density of events in time

  • Examples of acceleration, crescendo, etc in space and in sound

  • Analogy between refl through words and through sound. The stem from the same source, speech, though with different modalities.

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