Accent and intonation in the Musnad of Imam al-Baqir (peace be upon him) Stylistic study
Keywords:Holy Quran, accent, intonation, voice, Musnad of Imam al-Baqir (PBUH)
Emphasis is the pronouncement of a sound or syllable with relative clarity that is clearer than the sounds around it when compared to it. The accent has its functional importance that serves the morphological and semantic aspect. When we stand on a stressed, disturbed, or vocalized letter, it may help us either to explain a morphological phenomenon or to differentiate between two meanings. As for intonation, it is a term that indicates the highness and lowness of the voice in speech, and it is also called the music of speech, and it is a result of the degree of tension of the two vocal cords, which leads to a difference in the auditory impact. The phonetic level is one of the most important compositional levels in the text. Because of its function of revealing the semantic meanings contained in the text, in addition to the rhythm that works on the recipient’s pleasure and excitement to read the text and decode and dismantle it in order to contribute to the mechanism of interpreting the text. We notice that the alliteration rhythm consisting of two or more words in the number of letters, their structure and movements, generates a distinctive vocal rhythm in the text. This is not devoid of a declarative function in the text, and the functions of alliteration in the Musnad of Imam al-Baqir were numerous, sometimes emphasizing gentleness, gentleness, and rejection of violence, and sometimes warning, and it may indicate psychological meanings, expressing everything that is deep and hidden in the soul, which the soul cannot. To express it.