Hi

I’m working in the spanish subtitles of a documentary on the Bauhaus (an art school) to post them on the the Internet, but I don’t understand some words. Could someone help me to decipher those words, please?

I uploaded the audio files of the parts that I don’t understand in a rar file here:

[Link deleted. See below. ]

And here are my transcriptions:

1. Johannes Itten was there for three years and he was the one who invent this method of teaching where he would start off with breathing exercises with intense introspection, with a kind of Buddhist like ----- which he learnt actually from Buddhism.

2. So, you know, long-haired radical art student begins with the Bauhaus, so ---------- locals very uneasy I think.

3. He was almost childlike in his interest in everything new which came up in techniques and so on,

electrified him, he ---- after that. He was an experimental fellow, he tried everything out himself.

4. The Haus am Horn was a experimental house built with the purpose to be so economic in price that a skilled worker in Germany would be able to afforded. ------ included like central heating and bathroom.

5. For the man in the street and, let say, available to be bought in shops like Woolworth's. Then of course, we would succeed in changing their ----- and that we felt would be also changing man towards a better be.

6. People said all these objects in themselves that are radical and modernist they scared the ----- Nazi aesthetic.

Thanks in advance!
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My goodness, these are difficult to understand! I have corrected some of your transcript (note that natives do not always speak in correct grammar or complete sentences). #4, 5, 6 still have gaps in them in which I simply cannot hear any meaningful words, sorry. Perhaps another member will have a better ear.

1. Johannes Itten was there for three years and he was the one to invent this method of teaching where he would start off with breathing exercises, with intense introspection, with a kind of Buddhist-like calm which he learnt actually from Buddhism.

2. So, you know, your long-haired radical art student begins with the Bauhaus, so that's one aspect of it that made the locals very uneasy, I think.

3. He was almost childlike in his interest in everything new which came up in techniques and so on, electrified him, he went right after that. He was an experimental fellow, he tried everything out himself.

4. The Haus am Horn was experimental house built with the purpose to be so economic in, in price that a skilled worker in Germany would be able to afford it, with all [...] included, like central heating and bathroom.-- Notice that this is not a native speaker, and he has some errors, e.g. no article before 'experimental'.

5. For the man in the street and, let's say, available to be bought in shops like Woolworth's. Then of course, we will succeed in changing the environment, and that, we felt, would be also changing man towards a better be. -- The underlined makes no sense, and I suspect he is saying something else, but I cannot make it out.

6. Um, people said, "Oh, these objects in themselves, they, they're radical, they're modernist, they scare [...] Nazi aesthetic."
Thanks. It was a great help!