ภาษาศาสตร์ในดนตรี – ดนตรี คีต วาทิต ดุริยางค์

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Musicology is one of the sub-disciplines of human sciences which deals with human being’s behaviour, social structures, lifestyles and cultures from a
perspective of music. However, musicology as a single discipline could not alone maximise the performance of researches without applying interdisciplinary methods in connection to other relevant human sciences.
To demonstrate the methodology mentioned, this article will present the historical comparative linguistic analyses on semantics and contexts of four musical terms borrowed from a classical Indo-Aryan language, Sanskrit, to Thai language: 1) ดนตรี /dontrii/ 2) คีต /khiità/ 3) วาทิต /waathít/ and 4) ดุริยางค์
/dùríyaang/. In this investigation the methodology applied is based on the
evidence from word roots and usage of corresponding lexemes found in the corpus of other Indo-European cognate languages of Sanskrit around the
Eurasian Plate. Besides, the analyses will take advantage also from neighbouring languages in the Indo-China linguistic area – above all Burmese, Lao and Khmer – whose speakers have been living in a similar cultural context to Thais.
By applying this method the development and borrowing direction of the
vocabularies will be portrayed, which would facilitate music historians in
interpreting and reconstructing Thai music and musical instruments of earlier
periods in the history.
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LehtiWarasan Dontri Silpakor
Vuosikerta1
NumeroJanuary-June 2013
Sivut45-63
Sivumäärä19
ISSN2286-9441
TilaJulkaistu - maaliskuuta 2013
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ภาษาศาสตร์ในดนตรี – ดนตรี คีต วาทิต ดุริยางค์. / Yurayong, Chingduang.

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