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  1. Von den Toten auferstehen: aktiv oder passiv? : Oder zur Übersetzung eines religiösen Liedtextes Resurrection: active or passive? : On the translation of a religious poetic text

    This study deals with the translation of Gustav Mahler's "Resurrection Symphony". The first two stanzas of the text were written by the German poet Klopstock; the next two were added by Mahler himself. In the lyrics of this song two different... more

     

    This study deals with the translation of Gustav Mahler's "Resurrection Symphony". The first two stanzas of the text were written by the German poet Klopstock; the next two were added by Mahler himself. In the lyrics of this song two different world-views are confronted with each other – the view of a Lutheran Christian (Klopstock) and the view of an philosophically educated Jew (Mahler). The translation is based on a translation project used for teaching purposes. We evaluated the eight best student translations according to theoretical maxims, and also focused on relevant issues which arose during the translation. These included e.g. the translation of religious texts and lexis (bearing in mind that the lyrics are written by authors with different attitudes), the problem of archaization versus modernization in the lyrics, and also the issue of losses and shifts.

     

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    Source: CompaRe
    Language: German
    Media type: Article
    Format: Online
    DDC Categories: 830
    Rights: Veröffentlichungsvertrag für Publikationen
  2. Schlachtet der Priester am Sonntag das Lamm?! : Zu ausgewählten deutschen Übersetzungen der ostkirchlichen Chrysostomos-Liturgie Does the priest slaughter the lamb on a Sunday? : On selected German translations of the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom

    The article examines issues connected with the translation of certain specific concepts and aspects of reality in the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, i.e. the liturgy of the Eastern Churches. The author focuses on modern Orthodox German translations... more

     

    The article examines issues connected with the translation of certain specific concepts and aspects of reality in the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, i.e. the liturgy of the Eastern Churches. The author focuses on modern Orthodox German translations of this liturgy in the context of issues related to the translation of selected specific concepts and aspects of reality from the Greek and Old Church Slavonic original texts into modern German. The article also examines the translation of theological terminology. The analysis applies the theory of text filters, which is currently a widely used approach in translation criticism.

     

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    Source: CompaRe
    Language: German
    Media type: Article
    Format: Online
    DDC Categories: 830
    Rights: Veröffentlichungsvertrag für Publikationen
  3. [Rezension zu:] Bartoszewicz, Iwona / Małgorzewicz, Anna (Hrsg.) (2013): Studia Translatorica 4. Kompetenzen des Translators. Theorie – Praxis – Didaktik 4
    Published: 13.05.2015

    Rezension zu Bartoszewicz, Iwona / Małgorzewicz, Anna (Hrsg.) (2013): Studia Translatorica 4. Kompetenzen des Translators. Theorie – Praxis – Didaktik 4. Wrocław; Dresden: Neisse Verlag. 358 S. ISBN 978-83-7997-004-5, ISBN 978-3-86276-115-9, ISSN... more

     

    Rezension zu Bartoszewicz, Iwona / Małgorzewicz, Anna (Hrsg.) (2013): Studia Translatorica 4. Kompetenzen des Translators. Theorie – Praxis – Didaktik 4. Wrocław; Dresden: Neisse Verlag. 358 S. ISBN 978-83-7997-004-5, ISBN 978-3-86276-115-9, ISSN 2084-3321.

     

    Content notes: free
    Source: CompaRe
    Language: German
    Media type: Review
    Format: Online
    DDC Categories: 800
    Rights: Veröffentlichungsvertrag für Publikationen