Semiography


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Se`mi`og´ra`phy


1.Same as Semeiography, Semeiology, Semeiological.
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It will feature the main technical and historical facts besides its semiotic analysis, which in turn includes several aspects; for example the sign's syntactic organization, in an executive and mixed score, where an specific code is used, that establishes a correlation between signs and musical language in a synthetic semiography. The analysis will conclude with the application of Roland Barthe's dichotomies based on the classical structuralism proposed by Ferdinand de Saussure: language-speech, signified-signifier, system-syntagm, denotation-connotation, besides those suggested by Louis Trolle Hjelmslev, between substance-form or content-expression.