Vowels and musical languages ~ The Linguistics Zone

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Vowels and musical languages

Even though we only write 5 vowels, English has as many as 15 vowel sounds! (this can vary depending on dialect)

What's useful about the consonants and vowels of a language?

Although French has nasalized vowels, making them difficult to pronounce for many English speakers, French is a very musical language. This is because words tend to flow from one word to the next with no pause in between them. In situations where there would be a pause, French requires that sounds be added or words changed. This is known as liaison.

Spanish has a lot of vowels and could be considered a musical language.

Even more so, Italian is considered the traditional musical language. This is due to the fact that most words end in a vowel. Not only does this make it a very suitable language for opera, it also means that once you are familiar with its rhythms, it is a comparatively easy language to pronounce. Unlike English, Italian has predictable pronunciation. Every letter has a specific sound, and there is not much difference between Italian spelling and pronunciation.

On the other hand, German does not really sound musical. Long word lengths, hard sounds for the consonants, plus many consonant clusters make the language difficult.

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What about Hebrew? Is it also a musical language? I always thought Hebrew sounds a bit like French.

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Thai has as many as 32 vowels, but have you heard many songs in Thai? Especially compared to thousands songs in english language :)

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I studied French and Spanish in High School and always thought of French as the more beautiful of the two. Never thought of it in terms of music. Interesting perspective.

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I always found German a much easier language than French, since my accent was just not right for nasal romance languages. However, then I got sinitus and now I can do nasal pretty well.

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I thought English has only 5 vowels and 2 semi-vowel. But 15??
There are many languages which are musical.I read in a book that Bangla(The language of Bangladesh) has 11 vowel. and it is very melodious.

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I took French for years and years. However, I was never able to speak very well. Apparently, this is because I am unable (genetically apparently) to curl my tongue. Now, here is my question. I know being unable to curl/roll your tongue is a recessive trait, but what happens to the French people with this trait!!!!

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Interesting point: I often train people who are making presentations in English but who have that as a second language. It's certainly my experience that native Italian speakers and French sound much more lyrical than native German speakers.

The worst case, of course, is when they have to think in their native tongue and translate it inside their heads: they seem to speak with a stronger accent than those who can 'think' in English.

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As far as I know that the south asian languages are one of the most musical languages. I am not too much sure about this.

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This language is very difficult to pronounce as compared to other musical languages. Thai has as many as 32 vowels, but have you heard many songs in Thai?

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Thanks for bringing such a nice post to the fore. Well I like Spanish, its sounds really good, I would love to learn it :)

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TV Bracket have some good points there.. All language can be musical.. But real challenge is due to the consistency between basic pronounciation and sentence spelling.. German sure has multiple consonants, but the spellings are generally consistent as Italian..

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Being a vocalist, it easy to tell which language is musical. Like the blog said, Italian is the most musical language. It is easier to pronounce and flows better of the tongue. French is alright, but I would much rather sing in Italian; even though one of my favorite pieces I have done has been in French.

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German has a lot of vowels a,e,i,o,u, ä, ö, ü and also diaerisis au, eu, äu, ei, ie

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