“Who asked the first question” Joseph Jordania. Origins of Human Choral Singing, Intelligence, Language and Speech The title of the book Who Asked the First Question? highlights this topic – the defining moment of the evolution of human intelligence and language. Title, Who Asked the First Question: The Origins of Human Choral Singing, Intelligence, Language and Speech. Author, Joseph Jordania. Publisher, Logos.
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Numerous resources are cited from various academic domains, and the limits of evidence or the author’s expertise are admitted. Courtesy of Theodore Levin. You can find here 15 maps of distribution of various styles of traditional polyphony in Europe and the world, a map of distribution of stuttering in the world, and also 49 musical examples from various world cultures.
The Origins of Human Choral Singing, Intelligence, Language and Speech is a book on human evolution and the origins of human choral singing. Distribution of drone-dissonant polyphony in Europe.
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Combined map of distribution of polyphonic styles in Europe. Patrick Mccarthy marked it as to-read Apr 13, Hamm added it Jun 24, Arvind rated it really liked it Jun 22, Koch head of the Berlin Phonogramm-Archivand Dr.
Phil marked it as to-read Jun 14, Distribution of variant-heterophony throughout the world. The book discusses the origins of choral singing, and more broadly, the origins of music and many related issues, including origins of human intelligence, language, speech, etiology and cross-cultural prevalence of questiln and dyslexia.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jordania was born in Georgia former Soviet Union. Canishka De silva marked it as to-read Apr 06, Nadia marked it as to-read Apr 16, Nicole Brewin rated it liked it May 12, Courtesy of Eduard Alexeev.
Joseph Jordania – International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony
It was written by Joseph Jordania, ethnomusicologist and evolutionary musicologist, Honorary Fellow of the University of Melbourne. As a continuation of his book, in Jordania published another book, Why do People Sing? Courtesy of Lu Yuhsiu and Paul Knight. Retrieved from ” https: Russell Martin marked it as to-read May 14, Irina marked it as to-read Jul 31, Yaz marked it as to-read Apr 06, Ather rated it it was amazing Sep 03, Steven Lafollette marked it as to-read Jul 09, Crystal marked it as to-read Jun 29, The idea came to me at the end ofvery soon after my arrival to Australia, during intensive research at multiple university libraries in Melbourne.
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Mus from Kiev Conservatory. Articulated speech is a very different and much later phenomenon. Oct 04, Paula rated it really liked it Shelves: Layan marked it as to-read Jun 22, Courtesy of the Vienna Phonogram-Archive Tuva overtone singing.
International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony
Anna rated it it was amazing Sep 20, The original model of the origins of choral singing in the context of human evolution; Notion of the ” Battle trance “; Aposematic model of human evolution. Distribution of monophony and polyphony throughout the world. Osman Benavides gonzales marked it as to-read Apr 03, Central Jpseph Pygmy polyphony. Distribution of chordal-triadic polyphony in Europe. The title of the book Who Asked the First Question? No trivia or quizzes yet. This conference became the beginning of the series of biannual international conferences, and symposia,, on traditional polyphony, jlseph led to establishing the International Research Centre for Traditional Questkon at Tbilisi State Conservatory in Distribution of melismatic-rubato polyphony in Europe.