The Journal of film music. Anahid Kassabian: Hearing Film: Tracking. Identifications in Contemporary Hollywood Film Music. New York and London: Routledge. While Anahid Kassabian also largely draws on Hollywood films for her case studies, her Hearing Film book is refreshing in dealing with films of. Kassabian, Anahid. Hearing Film: Tracking Identifications in Contemporary Hollywood Film Music. New York: Routledge, Roberston.
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Philip marked it as to-read Jul 19, It must be heard, and to be heard, it necessarily will adhere to any number of aesthetic and historical requirements and engagements with music both in and outside of cinematic contexts.
And finally, in “Opening Scores,” she considers how films such as Dangerous Minds, The Substitute, Mississippi Masala and Corrina, Corrina bring together several different entry points of identification through their scores. Jeff Lee rated it really liked it Oct 26, Vartan Balassanian marked it as to-read Feb 26, Reviews The essays are cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural, international, and range in focus from the in-depth case study to work that is broadly theoretical.
Click here to order this book directly from. Matthew rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Help Center Find new research papers in: Rock Over the Edge. This primordial pattern is so powerful that it provides a frame of reference for all the more elaborate types hearinng melody and harmony, whether heptatonic, chromatic, or, for that matter, atonal.
Hearing Film by Anahid Kassabian
She coedited the book Keeping Score: For example, in the swing era, Jimmy Dorsey famously said he could always tell a hit by how the floor filled up with people in response to the opening riff of a song; i. Along the way, we get an interesting view of America in the s. Dancers are often not looking at the musicians but hearing them through ears and bodies and responding in kind.
It is incidental that there happen to be five notes in the scale.
Natasha fikm it as to-read Sep 16, While demonstrating the various ways in which popular musics work within different recent film scores, Kassabian highlights how such applications of international Anglophone musical items in film are culturally informed and identity informing.
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The range of music the author makes use of in this book is remarkable: Oxford University Press, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
And finally, in “Opening Scores,” she considers how films such as Dangerous Minds, The Substitute, Mississippi Masala and Corrina, Corrina bring together several different entry points of identification through their scores.
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