Conférence « Musical Terminology, Digital Corpus Management and Translation », par Sanja Kiš Žuvela, en ligne, 9 février 2023.
« Computational corpus analysis has been transferred from cognitive linguistics to music research for some time, mainly for the analysis of sheet music, recordings and other digital or digitised data, but corpora of verbal texts are relatively rarely analysed. In my lecture I shall present some possibilities of applying digital corpus management tools to verbal texts in the field of music theory, especially the ones that can enhance teaching and learning in higher music education.
The first part of the lecture will introduce the audience to the common features of contemporary terminology databases, their restrictions and shortcomings that are particularly evident when it comes to music theory terms. It will also deal with issues such as the multi-layered structure of musical metalanguage, its contextually conditioned discourse levels (registers) and variety. The above will serve as an introduction to the semantic aspects of music theory terminology, which often resists the standardisation and normalisation rules that are prerequisites of the work with terminological databases. The second part of the lecture will include translational aspects of multilingual musical terminology that are often self-understood in higher education and research, but practice shows that they deserve much more attention. »
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