Turkish Folk Music Phonetic Notation System/TFMPNS Characteristics of Psycholect-Musicolect: Urfa Region Sample)

Demir G.

International Conference on Advances in Education and Social Sciences (ADVED), İstanbul, Turkey, 12 - 14 October 2015, pp.440-452 identifier

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • City: İstanbul
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.440-452


Turkish Folk Music Phonetic Notation System/ TFMPNS is a notation system example which aims to initiate a parallel application to the national/ international linguistic/ musicological application foundations of which were laid under the scope of Istanbul Technical University Institute of Social Science Turkish Music Program post graduation thesis, which will be developed under the scope of Istanbul Technical University Institute of Social Science Musicology and Music Theory Program doctorate thesis, which is configured in phonetics/ morphology/ vocabulary axis of together with traditional/ international attachments based on Standard Turkey Turkish/ STT (the standard language/ standard variant which is recognized and adopted in a community as a means of agreements among the regions, gains dominant position by becoming widespread spoken dialects and has a large function among language types and usage areas is in a position of means of communication among speakers of different dialects)-Turkish Linguistic Institution Transcription Signs/ TLITS (transcription marks used to transcribe local oral features existing on the axis of phonetics/ morphology/ lexicon criteria and theoretical/ performance infrastructure of local oral texts, which is collected through the comprehensive compilation work on Anatolian dialectology)-International Phonetic Alphabet/ IPA (standard alphabet type consisting of symbols which is developed with the aim of redacting sound values in international standards, encoding speech sounds of all languages in an exemplary manner, preventing confusion engendered with numerous transcription system by providing correct pronunciation of languages and developing a separate symbol for each sound) sounds.