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1(speech/music/shorthand) transcribirto transcribe sth phonetically — transcribir algo fonéticamente
- The interviews were audiotaped and then transcribed for analysis.
- Liszt developed a physical virtuosity for the instrument and transcribed for it, sacrificing musical subtlety to an astonishing mechanical technique.
- The real question is whether they accurately transcribe actual government documents.
- Speech can be transcribed phonetically at different levels of detail and accuracy.
- She decides to transcribe his notes on the typewriter in case anyone should ever have to read it.
- Massaging her temples, she sat back down at the desk and began to transcribe her notes.
- Audiotapes from the focus groups were transcribed by the researchers.
- Later, some people will return to their offices or hotels and transcribe the words onto their computers if they can read them, others may just file away their notes.
- As I scanned the pile of little DayGlo yellow notes I realized that there was enough notations to keep me busy transcribing my notes for days to come.
- The outcome would be a book transcribing exactly what the anthropologists were told, no less and no more.
- The only thing missing is my secretary to transcribe the following notes.
- The sound, I am all too familiar with; my ability to accurately transcribe it is in doubt.
- That transcript was part of the minutes were provided to Professor Arnold in shorthand, and she paid to have them transcribed.
- The writing system Romoaji is used to transcribe Japanese into the Roman alphabet.
- Transcription can be a dodgy game: the instrument being transcribed for must bear some harmonic relationship to the original.
- In adapting the work, Beethoven does not simply transcribe it note for note.
- There are four popular Chopin items, the first set of the Schubert Impromptus, and Ravel's La Valse as transcribed by the composer for piano solo.
- I was very tired when I went to see it, which probably didn't help, but I scribbled down some notes during the screening, which I transcribe for you here.
- I made my own money, transcribing notes for Jeremy's growing translation business, and I paid for my tickets, so what was the big deal?
- Each group session was audiotaped, and the tapes were transcribed verbatim.
- The interviews were transcribed for qualitative data analysis and analyzed using grounded theory methodologies.
- All interviews were then transcribed verbatim (with the exception of minor phrases such as ‘uh-huh’).
- In those early years he would frequently transcribe orchestral music for the organ.
- The only change is that Orff transcribed the orchestral parts for two pianos.
- From his notes, which have been transcribed, and are not just obscure scribbles, it is clear that he considered painting a science, on an equal par with mechanics, biology or mathematics.
- Barshai transcribed the Eighth Quartet for chamber orchestra under the composer's supervision.
- A smaller portion of their literature was written in chu nom, a writing system that uses a combination of Chinese characters to transcribe Vietnamese sounds.
- Bach's most famous organ work, the Toccata and Fugue in D minor, was transcribed for violin by Bruce Fox-Lefriche (who changed the key to A minor in the process).
- Milhaud originally scored it for a small orchestra, then, due to its great success, transcribed it for duet.
- Interviews were transcribed by the researcher who carried out the interview.
- Should I, perhaps, apply more editorial distance when transcribing my notes to your page?
- That manuscript note is accurately transcribed in the typed version.
- When the sun was three-fourths of the way down, I began to write, scribbling furiously to finish transcribing my thoughts before the light was lost altogether and we met as a group.
- Sérgio observes that there is now a lot of music being composed for guitar, unlike the fairly recent past when most music had to be transcribed.
- The interviews were recorded on audiotape and transcribed by the researcher.
- The interview transcripts were then fully transcribed and coded to uncover analytic themes.
- Indeed, the Sonata in G essentially transcribes an earlier work for two flutes and continuo.
- Finally one day Jeanne got tired of trying to transcribe my notes that were scribbled on numerous bits of paper in longhand.
- In the seminary classroom I taught relative clauses by transcribing examples of Kiswahili sentences on the blackboard with their English equivalents.
- Sometimes subjects or their representatives will ask to see quotes, ostensibly to check that they have been accurately transcribed.
- And furthermore, those tapes are then transcribed.
- From about 1564 he began to collect and transcribe manuscripts and to compose historical works, the first to be based on systematic study of public records.
- Stein transcribed the work from Husserl's shorthand in 1916.
- The interview tapes were transcribed verbatim and assigned a unique identifier for each participant.
- She sat quietly at the table, drinking tea and transcribing her notes on the interview with Jerry.
- Liszt transcribed Beethoven's symphonies, as well as a myriad other vocal and instrumental works, for piano.
- Originally written for organ in 1945, McKay transcribed it for two string orchestras in 1962.
- In 1930, the composer transcribed the score for two pianos.
- The handwritten notes were then transcribed into typewritten interview transcripts to be used for data analysis.
- Surely we can't take him seriously, given the G major Concerto he did complete, and the D major Concerto he transcribed for flute?
- The Five Songs Without Words that follow were later transcribed for violin and piano and in that guise they have been heard far more often than in vocal form.
- Shorthand is eventually transcribed to longhand, and buzzwords lose their sting.
- The interviews were transcribed verbatim, and the interviewer verified the accuracy.
- Focus groups were audiotaped and videotaped and later transcribed using the audiotaped versions of the meetings.
- Her speeches were never transcribed - at least during her stay abroad - and were never distributed adequately to the public.
- There is also a C.P.E. Bach Sonata here, transcribed and sounding delightful with its switch of instrument.
- They also transcribed music for the instrument from many sources, most notably the harpsichord, violin and piano.
- Interviews and focus group discussions were audio taped and later transcribed for analysis.
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