1. Primitives
José Roberto do Carmo Jr. & Thiago Corrêa de Freitas, Melodic Primitives and Semiosis
Lucas Takeo Shimoda, Semiotic Description of Timbre and Usage-Related Variants: An Exploratory Analysis of Orchestration Handbooks

2. The Audible
Andrea Valle, Towards a Semiotics of the Audible
Lucia Santaella, Sound and Music in the Domain of Rhematic Iconic Qualisign

3. Music, Song, Language
Luiz Tatit & Ivã Carlos Lopes, Ce que « chanter » veut dire dans l’énonciation musicale
Martine Groccia, La chanson. Essai de sémiotique théorique appliquée
Lawrence M. Zbikowski, Words, Music, and Meaning
Colwyn Trevarthen, Communicative Musicality or Stories of Truth and Beauty in the Sound of Moving
Bjorn Merker, Seven theses on the Biology of Music and Language

4. Metaphor
Frederico Macedo, Space as Metaphor: The Use of Spatial Metaphors in Music and Music Writing
Line Brandt, Dance as Dialogue: Metaphorical Conceptualization and Semantic Domains

5. Tonality, Harmony, Philosophy
Per Aage Brandt, On Tonal Dynamics and Musical Meaning
William L. Benzon, “Rhythm Changes”. Notes on Some Genetic Elements in Musical Culture
John Halle, From Linguistics to Musicology. Notes on Structuralism, Musical Generativism, Cognitive Science, and Philosophy
Peter Bruun, Silence the Silence. Making Sense of Music beyond Consumption and Contemplation

6. Emotion, Body and Performance
David Huron, Cues and Signals: An Ethological Approach to Music-Related Emotion
William Westney, et al., Musical Embodiment and Perception: Performances, Avatars and Audiences
Morten Schuldt-Jensen, What Is Conducting? Signs, Principles, and Problems

Alain Rabatel, Le substrat énonciatif de la connaissance narrative empathique et ses enjeux philosophiques
Pierluigi Basso Fossali, Le rythme étranger et la catalyse ponctuelle de la culture.
Dialogues possibles entre Barthes et Lotman