The study of pre-existing film music is a well-established part of Film Studies, covering 'classical' music and popular music. Generally, these broad musical types are studied in isolation. This anthology brings them together in twelve focused case studies. The first section explores art music; it revolves around the debate on the relation between the aural and visual tracks, and whether pre-existing music has an integrative function or not. The second section is devoted to popular music in film, and shows how very similar the functions of popular music in film are to the supposedly more 'elite' classical music and opera.spooky, a#39;classical-popa#39; favourite via symphony Halloween concerts, beginner piano books and online guitar tabs, and ... Ibsen contributed influentially to Scandinavian folklore tradition by adding a tail to his trolls, though a#39;in genuine folk, theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Phil Powrie, Robynn Jeananne Stilwell|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2006|