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This monograph is a semiotic reflection on nature embeds in the music of Ayinde Barrister and Haruna Ishola.
Using illustrations from the selected albums of these old-school musicians,the author boldly points to some significant aspects of the affinity between man and Nature.
The monograph shows that Nature is the source of the artists' musical idioms.
By extension, the monograph indicates that musical discourse in Nigeria is enriched by nature's phenomena.
These nature's phenomena are explored by the musical artists as sign vehicles to promote their brands of music, to assert power and domination and to communicate social and moral messages.
Dr.Olaosun Ibrahim Esan is a lecturer in the Department of English, Obafemi awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
His research interest is in the areas of Stylistics and Semiotics.
He has published in reputable referred journals in and outside Nigeria.
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