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Meter, Rhythm and Performance – Metrum, Rhythmus, Performanz

Proceedings of the International Conference on Meter, Rhythm and Performance, held in May 1999 at Vechta

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Christoph Küper

Contents: Christoph Küper: Introduction – Reuven Tsur: A Perception-Oriented Theory of Meter and the Rhythmical Performance of Poetry – Marina Tarlinskaja: Verse Text: Its Meter and Its Oral Rendition – Christian Wagenknecht: Zum Begriff der Tonbeugung – Eske Bockelmann: Der Rhythmus nach betont und unbetont: Antwort auf eine kopernikanische Frage – Michael Redford: English, Dutch and German Meter: The Role of Linguistic Givens – Jan G. Kooij: When Is a Peak a Peak? Metrical Structure in Modern Poetry – Johann Nikolaus Schneider: Klopstock at Vechta: An Obstinate Conference Participant – Jörgen Larsson: Cognitive Rhythm - A Part of Performance – Hans Lösener: Rhythmus und Sinn - Anmerkungen zu einem Problem der Metrik – Marianne Nordman: Investigating Prose Rhythm: A Model for Systematic Analysis – Isabel Zollna: Formelbildung und Improvisation: Rhythmisierung zwischen Wiederholung und Expressivität. Spanische, französische, englische und deutsche Verkaufsrufe als oral poetry – Augustin Mannerheim: Rhythmic Patterns: Critical Points in Poetic Performance – Alaric Sumner: Dominating Performance, Regulating Text. The Academic’s Fear of the Moment: Verse Isn’t Free but Neither is It In Chains – Peter L. Groves: «Knocking a Verse on the Head»: Towards a Performance Grammar of English Verse – Beatrix Hesse: Speaking Shakespeare’s Verse on Stage – Beth Bjorklund: On the Integrity of the Line in Free Verse – Eva Lilja: Meter, Rhythm and Free Verse – Frank J. Kearful: What to Do with Free Verse? Three Twentieth-Century American Poems – Hildegard L. C. Tristram: European Versification: The Effect of Literacy – Graham R. Isaac: Meter and Performance in Early Welsh Poetry – Jürgen Blänsdorf: Witz - Würde - Wucht: Wirkungsqualitäten antiker, spätantiker und mittelalterlicher lateinischer Versarten – John R. Cooper: Iambic Pentameter in the Lyrics of Surrey and Sidney – Isabel Martin: The Rich Repertoire of Metrics in Contemporary British Poetry: Peter Reading – Nila Friedberg: ‘Foreign Flavor’ in Brodsky’s Verse – David Chisholm: Metrical Structures as Stylistic Features in German Literary Prose – Emily Klenin: Meter, Rhythm, and the Stanza: A Russian Poet, Two German Models – Evgenij V. Kasartsev: Die Anwendung linguistischer Statistik bei der Analyse des deutschen Verses – Marina Krasnoperova: Evolution of the Rhythmics of Russian Verse and a Semiotic Model: On the Material of Russian Iambic Tetrameter – Aleksander Bjelčevič: The Caesura in Slovene and Serbo-Croatian Verse – Volker M. Tschannerl: Metrum, Ritual und Melodie im alten Indien – Heike Moser-Achuthath: Versrezitation im Sanskrit-Theater Kūṭiyāṭṭam (Kerala/Südindien).