We have been already talking about translation and music several times. Do you remember our proposal about translating and listening music at the same time? And what about translating DNA into music? Today, we want to introduce you to a new interesting subject: the violinist Nicola Benedetti proposes us to translate emojis into music. What do you think about it?
You know that emojis are a term with Japanese origin. They are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and on the web. You can use them in your personal messages in any one of your favourite applications as well as you can insert them in your e-mails. Emojis are used much like emoticons and exist in various genres, including facial expressions, common objects, places, flags, types of weather, animals and some more e-drawns.
In case you want to check if you could translate more emojis into music you can always check the new Emojipedia and the Emoji’s Online Dictionary where we can contribute with our own translation in case we are using one of them in a particular way which needs an extra explanation.
So, let’s enjoy some good music translated into emojis!