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A historical research from the standard pronunciation in the Middle Ages to Ya Yan in the Shang-Zhou Dynasty
The real meaning of “standard pronunciation” appeared in the middle ages is to standardize the pronunciation of the literacy language by choosing out an authority dialect. The reason that YAN Zhitui choose two dialects, the Jin Ling dialect and the Luo Yang dialect, as the standard phonologies, is that the two phonologies are almost the same, so that they can be deemed as one phonology. Although there exists the received authority dialect, the real “standard pronunciation” at that time is a kind of “complex pronunciation” mixed with the speakers’ native dialects. The famous word “Luo Sheng Yong” does not mean any standard pronunciation of the literacy language in fact, but a special reciting note. Ya Yan, the common literacy language during the Shang and Zhou dynasty was very similar with the authority dialect in the middle ages. The leaders of the Zhou people made a serious of revolution in the fields of politics and religion after they overthrew the rule of the Shang people. One of those revolutions was the standard of Ya Yue, the classical music, which was also one of the most important means of governance then. The idea of the standard language pronunciation was a part of the theory of music, so that the change of the standard of classical music means the change of the authority dialect correspondingly. Based on the close relationship between them, we can infer the authority dialect during the beginning of the West Zhou dynasty had been changed from the An Yang or Qi dialect to the Luo Yang dialect.
雅言, 標準音, 顔之推, 洛生詠, 樂律, 土中, Ya Yan, standard pronunciation, Yan Zhitui, Luo Sheng Yong, rule of music, the central of the earth
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徐剛 (2021)。從史實論六朝標準音與商周雅言。《嶺南學報》，第十五輯，頁293-325。檢自 https://commons.ln.edu.hk/ljcs_new/vol15/iss1/13
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