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Performance and the Composite Film Score

Donnelly, Kevin (2001) Performance and the Composite Film Score In, Donnelly, Kevin (eds.) Film Music: Critical Approaches. Edinburgh, UK; New York, USA, Edinburgh University Press; Continuum pp. 152-166.

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Introduction Chapter One: The Hidden Heritage of Film Music: History and Scholarship K. J. Donnelly
Chapter Two: Analytical and Interpretive Approaches to Film Music (I): Analysing the Music David Neumeyer and James Buhler
Chapter Three: Analytical and Interpretive Approaches to Film Music (II): Analysing Interactions of Music and Film James Buhler
Chapter Four: ‘In the Mix’: How Electrical Producers Facilitated the Transition to Sound in British Cinemas Michael Allen
Chapter Five: King Kong and Film on Music (Out of the Fog) Peter Franklin
Chapter Six: The Dies Irae in Citizen Kane: Musical Hermeneutics Applied to Film Music William H. Rosar
Chapter Seven: The Documentary Film Scores of Gail Kubik Alfred W. Cochran
Chapter Eight: Embracing Kitsch: Werner Schroeter, Music and The Bomber Pilot Caryl Flinn
Chapter Nine: Performance and the Composite Film Score K.J. Donnelly
Chapter Ten: Sound and Empathy: Subjectivity, Gender and the Cinematic Soundscape Robynn J. Stilwell
Chapter Eleven: ‘Would You like to Hear Some Music?’ Music in-and-out-of-control in the Films of Quentin Tarantino Ken Garner

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Published date: 2001
Additional Information: I also wrote the chapter "Performance and the Composite Film Score". This book was one of the first edit collections on film music.


Local EPrints ID: 47516
ISBN: 0748612882
PURE UUID: f460e850-5911-4345-a021-528f75887413

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Date deposited: 31 Jul 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:03

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Author: Kevin Donnelly
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