Since you asked: How to Find Translations on This Site
Finding translations here is super easy. This is what you do:
1. Go to the Song List.
2. On the Song List page, use this box:
3. Type the language you want to find into that box.
4. The list will shrink to contain only those songs having a translation in that language. (If there’s nothing left on the list, it means I currently don’t have any translations into, oh, say… Njerep.)
5. Click the song title of your choice, and find the tab that looks like this:
6: Click the tab, and it will look something like this:
That’s all folks!
- Translations are provided by site users (bless them!) because I don’t speak these languages. Study the translation thoroughly to be sure it says exactly what you want it to say.
- If you have a translation you would like to submit, contact me using the link at the bottom of the page.
- If you’re looking for Spanish translations, typing Español or Espanol into the “refine this list” box works. Currently, all other languages are listed only under the English equivalent–so “German,” not “Deutsch,” etc. Eventually this will be fixed, but hey… this stuff takes awhile!
- When you enter a term in the “refine this list” box, the list shrinks. If there are more than a single screen’s worth of results left, it may look like nothing has happened. Fear not, only believe. 🙂
- Translations are usually at the bottom of the “Sheet Music Download” tab. They usually begin with the word “Translation,” and end with the language name. Usually. I do tend to be a bit inconsistent.
- One helpful hint: If you open your song choice in a new tab (right click, choose open in new tab, or just middle click on some browsers), you can return to your refined list more easily.