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Author Topic: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
T'Prion
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Post Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: December 15, 2014, 15:23

Nam-tor zhinaup s'oSidzhan pa'uzh-rarav t'nash-veh ik nam-tor krus t'weh-suk ar'tu pa'vesht-var t'ralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu.
http://kirshara.wordpress.com/2014/12/

Nam-tor weh-wu kitaun na'danau n'kuhzlar t'ralash-tanaf ik puis-tor svi'rarav -
http://korsaya.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Pa%E2%80%99vesht-var_t%E2%80%99ralash-tanaf.pdf

Here is oSidzhan's article about my new song, which is part of a bigger project about History of Vulcan music:
http://kirshara.wordpress.com/2014/12/

Here is a long text to explain the musical styles used in the song:
http://korsaya.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/History-of-Vulcan-Music-by-TPrion.pdf

Dif-tor heh smusma

sya
Trensu
Posts: 137
Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: December 15, 2014, 18:01

You have an amazing voice, maut rom! I also liked the scenes from the slideshow as well as the lyrics, you and oSidzhan keep up the good work. :)

T'Prion
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Posts: 502
Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: December 16, 2014, 02:25

Wa'itaren
I have started writing down ideas for the second song, but of course it will require time. A longer text about the first song will soon come too!

Dif-tor heh smusma

T'Avri
Trensu
Posts: 182
Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: December 16, 2014, 10:53

I LOVE IT! Your voice is amazing and I am so excited to hear more in the future!

Tonk'peh!

T'Prion
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Posts: 502
Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: December 17, 2014, 04:14

This project is definitely inspiring for me too!

Dif-tor heh smusma

T'Avri
Trensu
Posts: 182
Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: December 29, 2014, 09:28

Do you have any ideas īn the works for more songs in the future? :)

I know it took a lot of work and planning for the last song, but it was certainly worth it!!

Tonk'peh!

T'Prion
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Posts: 502
Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: December 30, 2014, 04:31

I will soon share the longer text though it will be even more updated at a later time.

I have started writing about the musical style of the next song.Now I have to review the lyrics and make the music, for the voice and ka'athaira.
I will keep you updated!

Dif-tor heh smusma

Stakhiv
Palikausu
Posts: 43
Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: January 3, 2015, 08:08

How hard is it to shape poetry when there aren't a lot of synonyms to work with? I realize logic has to play a part in putting the lyrics together, however, there is also a meter and rhyme to lyrics no matter what language you use. As a poet, I would find it very challenging to write in a constructed language which typically only has one, or at most two words with the same meaning. You would have to create and use many figures of speach that mean what you are trying to convey.

T'Prion
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Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: January 3, 2015, 11:07

Indeed, this is the challenge. I am currently working on that. Until now, I mostly used the natural music of the language and adapted the music to it (which gave birth to the >zhit-ralash-tanaf< style "music of words".
The next style I am thinking of relies more on a metric though, which makes it definitely challenging.

Dif-tor heh smusma

Stakhiv
Palikausu
Posts: 43
Post Re: Pavesht-var tralash-tanaf Vuhlkansu
on: January 3, 2015, 12:28

But does Golic have a metric that can be extracted from it? English synonyms can be used to find an alternative word, provided one has been created for it. I don't envy you the challenge of coming up with the metrics.

I've thought about the 23rd Psalm, and the metrics of it in the Elizabethan English of the Authorized Bible. Then I've thought about the Anglo-Saxon version of the Lord's Prayer, which could possibly be directly transliterated into Golic. And that's just using poetry that is already existent. To create something totally new is a monster of a challenge above that, though I am just a beginner when it comes to Golic.

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