T. Riad, The origin of Scandinavian tone accents, Diachronica, vol.15, issue.1, pp.63-98, 1998.

J. Rivierre, Tonogenesis in New Caledonia, Tonality in Austronesian Languages, pp.155-173, 1993.

J. Rivierre, Tonogenesis and evolution of the tonal systems in New Caledonia, the example of Cèmuhî, Proceedings of the symposium "Cross-linguistic studies of tonal phenomena: Tonogenesis, Japanese accentology, and other topics, pp.23-42, 2001.

M. Sobrino-gómez, Génesis de los tonos en el idioma maya yucateco, Amerindia, vol.37, issue.2, pp.1-30, 2015.

E. Ternes, Tone reversal in Franconian and elsewhere, vol.48, pp.91-109, 2006.

M. Yang, Cue integration and contrast shifts: Experimental and typological studies, 2019.

T. Andersen, Tone splitting and vowel quality: Evidence from Lugbara, Studies in African Linguistics, vol.17, pp.55-68, 1986.

L. Arnold, Highs and lows: A previously unattested tone split from vowel height in Metnyo Ambel, Transactions of the Philological Society, vol.18, pp.141-158, 2020.

M. M. Bradshaw, Consonant-tone interaction in African languages, Advances in African Linguistics, pp.151-164, 2000.

M. Brunelle, Tone perception in Northern and Southern Vietnamese, Journal of Phonetics, vol.37, pp.79-96, 2009.

M. Brunelle, K. H. Nguy?n, and D. D. Nguy?n, A laryngographic and laryngoscopic study of Northern Vietnamese tones, Phonetica, vol.67, issue.3, pp.147-169, 2010.

M. Brunelle, T. T. T?, J. Kirby, and L. G. ?inh, Obstruent devoicing and tonogenesis in Chru, Proceedings of ICPhS XIX (19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences). Melbourne: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association, 2019.

M. Cahill, Perception of Yoruba word-initial, 2006.

, Selected Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference on African Linguistics: Shifting the Center of Africanism in Language Politics and Economic Globalization, pp.37-41

Y. Chen and L. J. Downing, Prosodic categories: Production, perception and comprehension, pp.243-265, 2011.

E. Cibelli, The phonetic basis of a phonological pattern: Depressor effects of prenasalized consonants, The phonetics-phonology interface: Representations and methodologies, pp.171-192, 2015.

A. W. Coetzee, P. S. Beddor, K. Shedden, W. Styler, and D. Wissing, Plosive voicing in Afrikaans: Differential cue weighting and tonogenesis, Journal of Phonetics, vol.66, pp.185-216, 2018.

C. Collins, A preliminary analysis of the tonal system of ?Hoã, 2012.

D. Creissels and C. Grégoire, La notion de ton marqué dans l'analyse d'une opposition tonale binaire: Le cas du mandingue, Journal of African Languages and Linguistics, vol.14, pp.107-154, 1993.

D. Demolin, The phonetics and phonology of glottalized consonants in Lendu, 1995.

, Phonology and phonetic evidence, Papers in Laboratory Phonology IV, pp.368-385

D. Demolin, Tone in Central Sudanic languages, Proceedings of the symposium "Cross-linguistic studies of tonal phenomena: Tonogenesis, Japanese, 1999.

O. Accentology and . Topics, Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, pp.313-333

G. Diffloth, Proto-Austroasiatic creaky voice. Mon-Khmer Studies, vol.15, pp.139-154, 1989.

L. J. Downing, On pitch lowering not linked to voicing: Nguni and Shona group depressors, Language Sciences, vol.31, pp.179-198, 2009.

E. D. Elderkin, The starred tones of Central Khoisan, Afrika Und Übersee, vol.87, pp.3-77, 2004.

E. D. Elderkin, Some residual problems of ProtoKhoe lexical tone, Khoisan Languages and Linguistics (Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium, pp.139-161, 2008.

E. D. Elderkin, Lone Tree scholarship in the service of the Koon: Essays in memory of, 2016.

A. T. Traill, Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, pp.119-141

A. Fehn, Phonological and lexical variation in the Khwe dialect cluster, Zeitschrift Der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, vol.169, issue.1, pp.9-38, 2019.

M. Ferlus, Formation des registres et mutations consonantiques dans les langues monkhmer, Mon-Khmer Studies, vol.8, pp.1-76, 1979.

M. Ferlus, The origin of tones in Viet-Muong, Papers from the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, pp.297-313, 2001.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00927222

M. Ferlus, What were the four divisions of Middle Chinese?, Diachronica, vol.26, issue.2, pp.184-213, 2009.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01581138

L. Gerlach, N?aqriaxe-The phonology of an endangered language of Botswana, 2016.

W. H. Haacke, Tonogenesis in flagrante -Tonal depression in Khoekhoegowab, Hai||om, ?Akhoe and Naro, Khoisan Languages and Linguistics: Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium, pp.153-183, 2008.

M. P. Haggard, S. Ambler, and M. Callow, Pitch as a voicing cue, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.47, pp.613-617, 1970.

A. Haudricourt, De l'origine des tons en vietnamien, Journal Asiatique, vol.242, pp.69-82, 1954.

A. Haudricourt, Les mutations consonantiques des occlusives initiales en mônkhmer, vol.60, pp.160-172, 1965.

A. Haudricourt, Two-way and three-way splitting of tonal systems in some Far Eastern languages (Translated by Christopher Court), Tai phonetics and phonology, pp.58-86, 1972.

B. Heine and H. Honken, The Kx'a family: A new Khoisan genealogy, Journal of Asian and African Studies, vol.79, pp.5-36, 2010.

E. J. Henderson, The main features of Cambodian pronunciation, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol.14, issue.1, pp.149-174, 1952.

J. Hombert, J. Ohala, and W. G. Ewan, Phonetic explanation for the development of tones, Language, vol.55, pp.37-58, 1979.

L. M. Hyman, Origins of sound change: Approaches to phonologization, pp.3-28, 2013.

G. Hyslop, Kurtöp tone: a tonogenetic case study, Lingua, vol.119, pp.827-845, 2009.

J. Kingston, Cross-linguistic studies of tonal phenomena: Historical development, phonetics of tone, and descriptive studies, Proceedings of the symposium, pp.57-116, 2003.

J. Kingston, The phonetics of Athabaskan tonogenesis, pp.137-184, 2005.

J. Kingston, Tonogenesis, The Blackwell companion to phonology, pp.2304-2333, 2011.

J. Kirby, Dialect experience in Vietnamese tone perception, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.127, issue.6, pp.3749-3757, 2010.

J. Kirby, Vietnamese (Hanoi Vietnamese), Journal of the International Phonetic Association, vol.41, issue.3, pp.381-392, 2011.

J. Kirby, Onset pitch perturbations and the cross-linguistic implementation of voicing: Evidence from tonal and non-tonal languages, Journal of Phonetics, vol.71, pp.326-354, 2018.

H. Kockaert and D. Goodwin, Voicing status of syllable-initial plosives in siSwati, South African Journal of African Languages, vol.17, issue.3, pp.100-104, 1997.

T. L-thongkum, Implications of the retention of proto-voiced plosives and fricatives in the Dai Tho language of Yunnan Province for a theory of tonal development and Tai language classification, pp.191-220, 1997.

S. J. Lee, Cumulative effects in Xitsonga: High-tone spreading and depressor consonants, Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, vol.33, issue.3, pp.273-290, 2015.

S. Lotven and K. Berkson, The phonetics and phonology of depressor consonants in Gengbe, Theory and Description in African Linguistics: Selected Papers from the 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, pp.249-268, 2019.

I. Maddieson and B. Sands, The sounds of the Bantu languages, The Bantu Languages, pp.79-127, 2019.

K. A. Manyah, Relation between tone and vowel quality in Twi, Second International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages (TAL 2006), pp.30-34, 2006.

H. Maspero, Etude sur la phonétique historique de la langue annamite: Les initiales, Bulletin de l'Ecole Française d'Extrême-Orient, vol.12, pp.1-127, 1912.

J. T. Mathangwane, Aspirates: Their development and depression in Ikalanga, Journal of African Languages and Linguistics, vol.19, issue.2, pp.113-135, 1998.

T. K. Mathes, Consonant-tone interaction in the Khoisan language Tsua, 2015.

J. A. Matisoff, Historical development of tone: Appreciating the diversity of prosodic systems, and of linguists' approaches to them, Proceedings of the symposium, pp.3-11, 2003.

L. F. Meyers, Ganii Yaa Fi Jii": Aspects of Hausa tone. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, vol.32, pp.1-145, 1976.

A. Michaud, Final consonants and glottalization: New perspectives from Hanoi Vietnamese, Phonetica, vol.61, issue.2-3, pp.119-146, 2004.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00130119

A. Michaud, Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology, 2017.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01094049

A. Miller-ockhuizen, The phonetics and phonology of gutturals: A case study from Ju|'hoansi, 2003.

S. R. Moisik, J. H. Esling, L. Crevier-buchman, and P. Halimi, Putting the larynx in the vowel space: Studying larynx state across vowel quality using MRI, Proceedings of ICPhS XIX (19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences). Melbourne: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association, 2019.

H. Nakagawa, Aspects of the phonetic and phonological structure of the G|ui language, 2006.

M. A. Otero, A historical reconstruction of the Koman language family, 2019.

M. Pearce, The interaction of tone with voicing and foot structure, Center for the Study of Language and Information, 2013.

P. Pittayaporn and J. Kirby, Laryngeal contrasts in the Tai dialect of Cao B?ng, Journal of the International Phonetic Association, vol.47, issue.1, pp.65-85, 2017.


K. Pozdniakov, The numeral system of Proto-Niger-Congo: A step-by-step reconstruction, 2018.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02019192

H. Reetz, S. Mikuteit, and A. Lahiri, Multiple functions of F0 in specifying the voicing, quantity and aspiration of East Bengali stops and affricates, Proceedings of ICPhS XIX (19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences). Melbourne: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association, 2019.

A. Rialland, Anticipatory raising in downstep realization: Evidence for preplanning in tone production, Proceedings of the symposium "Cross-linguistic studies of tonal phenomena: Tonogenesis, Japanese accentology, and other topics, pp.301-322, 2001.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00184963

A. M. Shryock, Investigating laryngeal contrasts: An acoustic study of the consonants of Musey. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, vol.89, pp.1-117, 1995.

J. Siddins, The relationship between intrinsic f0, intrinsic pitch and lexical tone in Hong Kong Cantonese, Dissertation, LMU München: Faculty for Languages and Literatures, 2017.

G. Starostin, Lexicostatistical studies in Khoisan I: The Ju- ?Hoan relationship, Journal of Language Relationship, vol.16, issue.1, pp.19-61, 2018.

J. Svantesson, Tonogenetic mechanisms in northern Mon-Khmer, Phonetica, vol.46, issue.1-3, pp.60-79, 1989.

A. Tesfaye and K. Wedekind, Aspects of Omotic tonogenesis: Shinasha, Journal of Ethiopian Studies, vol.27, issue.2, pp.1-19, 1994.

G. Thurgood, Vietnamese and tonogenesis: Revising the model and the analysis, Diachronica, vol.19, issue.2, pp.333-363, 2002.

G. Thurgood, Tonogenesis revisited: Revising the model and the analysis, Studies in Tai and Southeast Asian Linguistics, pp.263-291, 2007.

A. Traill, Depression without depressors, South African Journal of African Languages, vol.10, issue.4, pp.166-172, 1990.

A. Traill, J. S. Khumalo, and P. Fridjhon, Depressing facts about Zulu, African Studies, vol.46, issue.2, pp.255-274, 1987.

H. Uchihara, Tone and registrogenesis in Quiaviní Zapotec, Diachronica, vol.33, issue.2, pp.220-254, 2016.

D. H. Whalen and A. G. Levitt, The universality of intrinsic F0 of vowels, Journal of Phonetics, vol.23, pp.349-366, 1995.

E. Wolff, Consonant-tone interference in Chadic and its implications for a theory of tonogenesis, Langues et cultures dans le bassin du lac Tchad, Journées d'études les 4 et 5 septembre 1984, pp.193-216, 1987.

R. Wright and A. M. Shryock, The effects of implosives on pitch in SiSwati, Journal of the International Phonetic Association, vol.23, issue.1, pp.16-23, 1993.

Y. Zhou and J. P. Kirby, An acoustic study of Zhajin Gan tone, Proceedings of ICPhS XIX (19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences). Melbourne: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association. Notes i Some authors, p.146, 1989.

. Thurgood, 265) conflate tonal categories B and D, listing together their respective etymological sources, glottal stop and oral stop final. From there it is only a short step to attribute to Haudricourt the opinion that stop finals are the direct ancestor of the B tone. Such a misrepresentation of Haudricourt's model tends to find its way into textbooks, such as the "Tonogenesis" chapter of The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, p.2311, 2002.

. Michaud, , 2004.