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|German to English translations [PRO]|
Music / Music
|German term or phrase: two terms|
|"Dreieck Hören": Kursprogramm im Dreieck Hören - Musik - Kommunikation.|
And "spritzig-behend" - term used to describe musical style.
Literally 'within the triangle of music, listening and communication' ... but you knew that!
'Listening as an art' - course focussing on listening, music and communication
'The art of listening'
I think anything that brings in the 'three' aspect sounds a little stilted. Or at least I can't think of an option which doesn't! (-:
'Spritzig-behend' - spritely and sparkling, bold and bubbly ... very difficult without more context.
Hope this helped ...
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A course linking...
For the first term, \"Dreieck Hören...\", could it be that rather than being a strange form of listening technique, the text is referring to three affiliated points, listening, music and communication? You could then talk about a \"course linking listening - music - communication\", for example. OK, this is not exactly a polished translation, but it sounds very much like the stuff my professors at music college used to waffle on about...
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For the first phrase, I'd suggest a different but equally geometrical metaphor: "at the intersection of listening, music and communication," or perhaps, "at the point where listening, music and communication intersect."
For the second, depending on context, you might use "sparkling," "lively," "brisk," "sprightly," etc. If it's a direction for how a particular piece of music is to be performed, a near equivalent might be "vivace."
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