Changing tunes : the use of pre-existing music in film / edited by Phil Powrie, Robynn Stilwell
Contributor(s): Powrie, Phil [edt] | Stilwell, Robynn [edt].Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Publisher: Aldershot : Ashgate, 2005Description: xix, 205 s. : ill., musiknoter.ISBN: 0-7546-5137-1; 978-0-7546-5137-6 (pr. 2007).Subject(s): FilmmusikDDC classification: 781.5/42 Other classification: Ijrea | F751.1
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -198) and index.
Part I Pre-existing Classical Film Scores: Ears wide open: Kubrick's music, Claudia Gorbman; Classical music, ambiguity and film, Mike Cormack; The Godfather; Part III: film, opera and the generation of meaning, Lars Franke; High and low culture: Bizet's Carmen and the cinema, Ann Davies; Reconsidering Amadeus: Mozart as film music, Jeongwon Joe; The troll amongst us, Kristi A. Brown; Part II Popular Music and Film: Queer pleasures: the bolero, camp and Almodovar, Vanessa Knights; Music, electricity, and the 'sweet mystery of life' in Young Frankenstein, Raymond Knapp; Popular song as leitmotiv in Pulp Fiction and Trainspotting, Ronald Rodman; The fabulous destiny of the accordion in French cinema, Phil Powrie; Vinyl communion: the record as ritual object in girls' rites-of-passage films, Robynn Stilwell; Narrating sound: the pop video in the age of the sampler, Timothy Warner
Bringing together in twelve focused case studies, this book explores both instrumental and operatic art music in the first section and devotes the second section to popular music in film, showing how very similar the functions of popular music in film are to the supposedly more 'elite' classical music and opera
Bibliografi, filmografi, index