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1 Subtitling the Holy M*ss Carlo Eugeni, University of Macerata

2 Respeaking the Holy M*ss The Mass as text genre (moves and steps); How the respeaker sees it; LAYOUT: how the (deaf) Assembly seizes it; Conclusions

3 The Mass as text genre: moves Entrance Procession Penitential Act The Gloria Liturgy of the Word Liturgy of the Eucharist Rite of Communion Concluding Rite

4 The Mass as text genre: steps The Liturgy of the Word (All sat down) FIRST AND SECOND READINGS – First reading (read) – Thanks be to God (by heart) – Second reading (read) – Thanks be to God (by heart) (All stand) GOSPEL ACCLAMATION (read/sung) (All seated) HOMILY (impromptu) (All stand, then bow and stand again) PROFESSION OF FAITH – We believe in one God… (by heart) – Amen (by heart) (All seat) GENERAL INTERCESSIONS – Intercession (read) – Lord, hear our prayer (by heart)

5 The Mass as text genre: subgenres written texts which are read written texts which are sung or said (not read) – songs/hymns – prayers silences impromptu/pre-prepared speech perlocutionary acts

6 How the respeaker sees it Production – Pre-recorded (readings, prayers, hymns…) – Semi-live (silences) – Live (introductory+closing words, homily) Layout – Text – Words Projection – Leading (readings, perlocutionary acts) – In synch (hymns/songs, prayers) – Lagging (homily, silences…)

7 LAYOUT How the (deaf) audience seizes the text Full text (readings – no editing) Karaoke (hymns/songs, prayers – no editing) Sentence by sentence/chunk by chunk (homily… - edited)

8 LAYOUT How the (deaf) assembly seizes the words Readings/acclamation/intecessions In a Word file format scrolling bottom up, without any editing by the person projecting the text, they look like the text the priest or the faithful read. They are black on white. Prayers/hymns/Assembly’s answers They are dark red on white (preceded or not by #) projected chunk by chunk, with sufficient interlinea Perlocutionary acts BLACK ON WHITE IN CAPITAL LETTERS Live text Black on white appearing depending on the software

9 Conclusions Know the genre text to subtitle Prepare the event beforehands – Differentiating between different speech acts – Preparing a flexible file – Be prepared to (not so) improvised events Make the subtitle users behave as the hearing In God to trust

10 AMEN. THE SPEECH IS OVER


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