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December 18, 2012


Category: General – Tags: – Joan – 4:10 pm

It will be with this concept that this will artigotrabalhar concerning the language through music. For Chomsky (1998) not only the lexicon and agramtica exert influence on the linguistic language, but signs tmforte representation in the mental structures and the vision of world of the individual. The language is constituted of two components queSaussure apud Penna (2003 nominated) them of ' image acstica' of significant and a' structure conceitual' of meaning. These are constituent of all aspalavras that arriving at an individual plan they start to compose a sign. In music one observes three important aspects for alinguagem. The physical aspects, that are the musical structure, the physiological one receive dequem it, that they are the agencies of the direction, and the psychological one.

Penna (2003) presents two types of language: adenotativa and the conotativa. Being the first one characterized for the ideal character cientficoe and second for the emotional impregnation. Ahead of this podemoscaracterizar music as a predominantly conotativa language. For Chalhub (1995) we can still infer that amsica it is a referencial function, therefore has predominance of imbricados factors deemoes. Being that any communication to occur is necessary that it has umaprimeira person who emits to feel, souvenirs, expressions and confessions umasegunda person which will be the pointed person as receiving.

Chalhub (1995) detaches that the songs popularesprovocam emotion for the fact to express through the subjectivity of the individual, through the way as if it speaks. Therefore, in the novel contexts to podemosobservar the nucleus of on action to the dramatical expression of feelings and affection, using itself of music co-to move the viewer. Vygotsky apud Fields (2001) affirms that the man seconstitui in its relation, and that its psychological functioning is shaped pelacultura, in this way, it becomes natural of the human being in elapsing of the development, therefore he is inserted in a historical context.

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