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Author Topic: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
T'Prion
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Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: July 19, 2014, 05:54

Nam-tor rom - vesht ken-tor nash-veh ra vesht tvai odu.
It's ok, I understood what you meant anyway.

Iphones, tablets and ipads are terrible with the auto-correct!
When I tried to type a text in Vuhlkansu for the first time, it modified each and every word- as a result I disactivated the auto-correct!

Dif-tor heh smusma

T'Prion
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Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: August 24, 2014, 14:35

Nash-gad uralal nash-veh >Nam-tor i'wak tuhs yut t'on< na' kali-fi t'UK Open Mic. Vesht nam-tor n'navun. Ek'klem n'Briht'uhn heh ek'vel vi vesht gol-tor n'nash-veh tor nash-rarav.
Today I sang >Nam-tor i'wak tuhs yut t'on< for UK Open Mic pageant. It was a success. All my gratitude to Briht'uhn and all those who helped me to make this song.

Dif-tor heh smusma

T-Mihn
Tsuri-Kisu
Posts: 73
Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: August 24, 2014, 16:45

Oh my.very cool. Did you have fun?

T'Prion
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Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: August 25, 2014, 05:39

Definitely! I enjoyed very much bringing Vulcan music in this contest, I also liked walking in Manchester' s streets wearing the Vulcan inspired clothing I was wearing for the occasion!

Dif-tor heh smusma

Masu
Palikausu
Posts: 40
Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: August 25, 2014, 15:25

Ooh, exciting! ^^ It's pretty awesome that you were in Vulcan garb as well! Were there any trekkies listening?

T'Prion
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Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: August 25, 2014, 15:37

Not sure they were really trekkies but I got compliments from several persons and also some questions of course.

Dif-tor heh smusma

T-Mihn
Tsuri-Kisu
Posts: 73
Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: August 30, 2014, 20:18

:-) That sounds interesting. What were they asking?

What did your garments look like?

T'Prion
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Posts: 511
Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: August 31, 2014, 03:52

I had presented pretty much the song to the judges, and gave them the translation too but other musicians taking part of the talent show asked me about the language.

Part of what I was wearing is in the picture posted in the "Calligraphy attempts" topic-
I had thought of several options for the dress, among which this one:

Image

But then I found a dress in Manchester, shorter but with a planet represented on it and I chose to wear the new dress. I'll take some pictures on it at some point too (all the rest was the same as the picture above)

Dif-tor heh smusma

Stakhiv
Palikausu
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Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: January 7, 2015, 07:30

Man. The British date system on the forum throws me off so badly. Why, oh why, do the progenitors of the English language do things so backwards?

On to the Vulcan side. The emotion in this song runs deep. I wonder if a Vulcan would appreciate it or scorn it. As a historian, the destruction of T'Khasi is an abomination. All that undiscovered history hidden in the sands is no longer there to shed light on the ancient.

The diaspora that go to New T'Khasi will be a people who are psychologically depressed, which will show forth in their poetry and lyrics, as well as their prose for some time to come. I imagine this loss will create at least one Vulcan (if not more) whose sole mission in life would be to push for the Federation to invade Romulan space. His drive would come from a deep seeded hatred of all things Romulan, though on the surface he would suppress it. Such a Vulcan would be incapable of achieving Kholinar.

Perhaps this is the seed of a good fan-fic.

T'Prion
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Post Re: Nadordatoran naoTKhasi
on: January 8, 2015, 03:45

I think Terrans and some Vulcans might see much emotion in my song- but it was built in a very logical way: the first and last phrase is part of a Surak's quote- talking of present as crossway between past and future. The first part of the song is a statement of what happened (very much kaiidth) the middle part is an invitation for Vulcan people to keep a logical behaviour- even because since the home world is destroyed, the only rest of it lives in her people- traditions- way of life- philosophy, the last part is about the possibility of building a future elsewhere.
Of course, the loss of the home world carries much emotion in itself- so the song expresses it too- yet it was meant to be an actual call to logic.

I am currently writing a fanfic and I describe different types of reactions, extreme clinging to traditions, anger, attempt to see the new world as an opportunity for a new start- so a reform of the ancient traditions...I had a starting idea, but I cannot make this fanfic ends, because more ideas are contineously coming up!

Dif-tor heh smusma

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