Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 50
2002-02-28 発行

声明譜に見られる「半音」の源流について

About the origin of "半音" in the scores of Shomyo
Asada, Kentaro
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abstract
This article intends to consider the origin of the notes, "半音"(Han-on; it means half sound) in the scores of Shōmyō. Also, it clarifies via what course it led for " 半音" to be used for the scores of Shōmyō. "半音 ", which was devised as the note to the closed syllable in Sanskrit language in the Ancient Chinese time was inherited to the research of Sanskrit in Japan and it was diverted to the scores of Shōmyō after that. It is estimated in the late Heian era.
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半音
声明譜
日本悉曇学
閉音節
怛達点
Han-on
the scores of Shōmyō
the research of Sanskrit in Japan
closed syllable
stroke of tadatsu
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