From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jan 29 2008 - 02:41:46 CST
David Weinberg wrote,
> tranSCRIPtion on the other hand is used for writing the SOUND of music or of
> spoken words.
The Sound of Music was actually written without benefit of transcription.
Although, in fairness, Rogers and Hammerstein probably used some
form of musical notation when writing the score.
> Maybe, you have enough brains to understand, why I say: there is ONE
> transLITEration by script pair,
> but one tanSCRIPtion for EACH language pair. Maybe not.
Some fairly brainy list members have suggested that the proper
place for this thread is on the CLDR discussion list. Get it?
Meanwhile, if The Sound of Music gets remade and Julie Andrews
is unavailable for the lead, how about Britney Spears?
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