Song and Significance: Virtues and Vices of Vocal Translation Dinda L. Gorlee

ISBN: 9789042016873

Published: January 1st 2005

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311 pages


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Song and Significance: Virtues and Vices of Vocal Translation  by  Dinda L. Gorlee

Song and Significance: Virtues and Vices of Vocal Translation by Dinda L. Gorlee
January 1st 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 311 pages | ISBN: 9789042016873 | 4.21 Mb

Gorlee (translation studies, U. of Helsinki) brings together seven essays (plus one added to the volume) from a seminar called Song and Significance: Intralingual and Intersemiotic Vocal Translation held at the International Summer Institute forMoreGorlee (translation studies, U. of Helsinki) brings together seven essays (plus one added to the volume) from a seminar called Song and Significance: Intralingual and Intersemiotic Vocal Translation held at the International Summer Institute for Semiotic and Structural Studies at the U. of Helsinki in 2003.

The international group of scholars tackle signs and meaning in translations, specifically semiotics in church hymns in the English language, libretti translations of operas by Mozart and Donizetti, folksongs, the Saami yoik (Laplandish songs), the sociocultural impact of popular music, and the Scandinavian translation of My Fair Lady.

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