The third and fourth lines of Hopkins' "Spring and Fall" (here shown for the sake of clarity without Hopkins' own accent marks
) are an example of rove-over:
There is also the possibility that Latin after the Carolingian reforms was spoken with a new, bookish scrupulosity that may have involved the use of a pitch accent, explicitly described by the Latin grammarians; in a recent survey of the origins of Western music writing, Leo Treitler rejects the idea that there was a pitch accent for Carolingian Latin--with all the implications that has for a possible link between Latin accent marks
and neumes--but he gives no evidence of having considered Wright's views.
Though marred by distracting editorial slips in areas like French accent marks
and capitalization, her work represents a significant contribution to our understanding of the role of religion in the conflict between regional and national values.
A few forms are transcribed with colons after long vowels and accent marks
over stressed vowels, e.g., i:talwa (p.
The GramR (that's 'gramair') package incorporates a 300,000-word French dictionary, 800 algorithms for text checking, and a French-to-English keyboard converter that includes all French accent marks
. Schuller and Associates, San Francisco, is the sole U.S.
Of more obvious relevance are the three remaining facsimile pages, which offer examples of Verdi's ambiguous accent marks
, diminuendos, and slurs.