Features: * Detailed sample analyses with timings describe the function of sound and music in individual scenes * Extended exercises suggest tools for basic analysis of the soundtrack * Interludes at the ends of Parts I and II offer guidelines for writing about films in terms of their sound and music * Historical coverage extends from the silent film era to the advent of digital technology and beyond * Provides a broad range of examples from Hollywood, independent, and foreign films, as well as focused analysis * Features sidebar commentary from industry professionals and more than 300 illustrations, including screen stills, photos, tables, diagrams, and musical excerpts * Incorporates the broadest range of scholarship on film music currently available, spanning the disciplines of music and film/media studies * Includes glossary of terms for easy reference.We have reworked those texts as a paper that responds to the question, aquot;How does music work in the sound track of Catch Me If You Can1. Answer in a paper of 500 to 750 words.aquot; (response paper example, paragraph 1) The sound track of anbsp;...
|Title||:||Hearing the Movies|
|Author||:||James Buhler, David Neumeyer, Rob Deemer|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2010|