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10.       caliptrix
3055 posts
 02 Aug 2012 Thu 04:53 pm

 

Quoting Abla

 One rule that is quite clear is that of the negative marker –mA-. It is unstressable (except in most combinations with the aorist suffix) and as a rule it causes the syllable before it to receive stress. Listen to

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIWx3g5eyUU

 

and you will hear it in practice.

 

I personally think that the reader reads some weird, some (or very) unstressable  

11.       Abla
3648 posts
 02 Aug 2012 Thu 04:59 pm

If you say so, caliptrix. I don´t think anything, I am yabancı. I just paid attention to the stress thing while I listened to Nazım Hikmet reading his own poem here.

12.       caliptrix
3055 posts
 02 Aug 2012 Thu 05:08 pm

 

Quoting Abla

If you say so, caliptrix. I don´t think anything, I am yabancı. I just paid attention to the stress thing while I listened to Nazım Hikmet reading his own poem here.

 

I heard many poem readers read weird indeed. The reader may be the poet as well. I remember that Necip Fazıl heard that someone read his poem and he said: "you have just devastated my poem". But I heard some of poems read by his own voice, I thought the same think: "he devastated the poem"

As a result; poem reading is a different thing. Everyone has his own feelings on the stress of the poem reading. Don´t get me wrong, but I personally think not everyone can read poem well, just like singing; not everyone can sing well.

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