Article published in:Segmental and prosodic issues in Romance phonology
Edited by Pilar Prieto, Joan Mascaró and Maria-Josep Solé
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 282] 2007
► pp. 67–82
Pre- and postaspirated stops in Andalusian Spanish
In this paper, we provide instrumental evidence from an experiment and a spontaneous speech study that, in Andalusian Spanish, /s/ aspiration consistently implies postaspiration in following voiceless stops. In order to explain the occurrence of this sound pattern, we offer a gestural analysis based on the notion of the syllable as a unit of articulatory coordination. Finally, we briefly contrast the Andalusian pattern with parallel sound sequences in other languages and Spanish dialects, and raise the question of an ongoing sound change.
Published online: 06 April 2007
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