Date: Sun, 11 Feb 1996 19:53:13 -0800
From: "Thomas L. Clark" tlc[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]NEVADA.EDU
Subject: Re: January ADS Newsletter aka "16 pages of news"
Welcome aboard, Professor Jones. Noting that you are involved in both
music and phonetics, I have a question I've been saving for some time.
We all know that G.B.Shaw wrote PIGMALION with Professor Henry Sweet in
mind, thinly disguised as Professor Henry Higgins.
I would like to get your opinion on the film, directed by and starring
Trevor Howard, in which he uses a xylophone to get Eliza's
suprasegmentals, in the phrase, "How NICE of you to Let me Come."
Does the xylophone work as a teaching tool for phonic study of dialect,
and could any other musical instrument be used.
Thomas L. Clark 702/895-3473
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (89154-5011)
tlc[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]nevada.edu
On Sun, 11 Feb 1996, Samuel Jones wrote:
Dear Mr. Metcalf!
May I request a copy of the January issue of the ADS Newsletter be sent to:
Dr. Samuel M. Jones
Professor of Music and Latin American Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
122 Shepard Terrace
Madison, WI 53705-3614
along with your mentioned invitation to membership?
I also teach phonetics.
DR. SAMUEL M. JONES INTERNET: smjones1[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]facstaff.wisc.edu
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