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; Karpiński, Maciej; Kleśta, Janusz & Szalkowska, Emilia 2004. Nuclear Melody in Polish Semi-spontaneous and Read Speech. Evidence from the Polish Intonational Database PoInt. Studia Phonetica Posnaniensia, 97-128. Fujisaki, Hiroya 1983. Dynamic characteristics of voice fundamental frequency in speech and singing. The Production of Speech (pp. 39-55). Ed. P.F. MacNeilage: New York, NY: Springer. Goldsmith, John A. 1981. English as a Tone Language. In D. Goyvaerts, ed. Phonology in the 1980’s. Ghent: Story-Scientia. Circulated in 1974. Grabe, Esther & Post, Brechtje 2002