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Reel Music provides a thorough introduction to the basic terms and concepts students need to explore the significance of music in combination with film and dramatic performance. Covering both popular and symphonic film scores from the late nineteenth century to 2004, Reel Music avoids overwhelming students with an unmanageable number of films and composers, focusing instead on only the most significant works. Organized chronologically by era, the text examines film history in relation to trends in other artistic mediums, such as the development of rock and roll, and in the context of world and national events such as the Cold War, space exploration, and Vietnam [Publisher description]

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Genre Book : Music
Author Book : Roger Hickman
Publisher : W. W. Norton
Release Book : 2006
Download Book : 526 Pages
ISBN-10 : 0393925749


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Genre Book : Copyright
Author Book : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Release Book : 1975
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ISBN-10 : STANFORD:36105113736701


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Author Book : Roger Hickman
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Release Book : 2017
Download Book : 656 Pages
ISBN-10 : 0393622908


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Over the last decade popular cinema has employed a variety of music forms, including traditional composed screen music, pre-recorded music tracks, mixes of music and sound effects, and various combinations of these elements. Film music scholars have developed new ways of understanding and analyzing the role of film music in relation to genre, narrative, and creative roles and inter-relations in film music scoring. Reel Tracks provides insightful analyses of recent mainstream Australian cinema.

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Genre Book : Performing Arts
Author Book : Rebecca Coyle
Publisher : Georgetown University Press
Release Book : 2005
Download Book : 257 Pages
ISBN-10 : 0861966589


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Music listeners today can effortlessly flip from K-pop to Ravi Shankar to Amadou & Mariam with a few quick clicks of a mouse. While contemporary globalized musical culture has become ubiquitous and unremarkable, its fascinating origins long predate the internet era. In Music and the New Global Culture, Harry Liebersohn traces the origins of global music to a handful of critical transformations that took place between the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth century. In Britain, the arts and crafts movement inspired a fascination with non-Western music; Germany fostered a scholarly approach to global musical comparison, creating the field we now call ethnomusicology; and the United States provided the technological foundation for the dissemination of a diverse spectrum of musical cultures by launching the phonograph industry. This is not just a story of Western innovation, however: Liebersohn shows musical responses to globalization in diverse areas that include the major metropolises of India and China and remote settlements in South America and the Arctic. By tracing this long history of world music, Liebersohn shows how global movement has forever changed how we hear music--and indeed, how we feel about the world around us.

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Genre Book : Ethnomusicology
Author Book : Harry Liebersohn
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Release Book : 2019
Download Book : 336 Pages
ISBN-10 : 9780226649276


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Release Book : 1919
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ISBN-10 : PRNC:32101078729801


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Genre Book : English fiction
Author Book : George Stewart
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Release Book : 1877
Download Book : 239 Pages
ISBN-10 : NYPL:33433068187339


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Latinx representation in the popular imagination has infuriated and befuddled the Latinx community for decades. These misrepresentations and stereotypes soon became as American as apple pie. But these cardboard cutouts and examples of lazy storytelling could never embody the rich traditions and histories of Latinx peoples. Not seeing real Latinxs on TV and film reels as kids inspired the authors to dive deep into the world of mainstream television and film to uncover examples of representation, good and bad. The result: a riveting ride through televisual and celluloid reels that make up mainstream culture. As pop culture experts Frederick Luis Aldama and Christopher González show, the way Latinx peoples have appeared and are still represented in mainstream TV and film narratives is as frustrating as it is illuminating. Stereotypes such as drug lords, petty criminals, buffoons, and sexed-up lovers have filled both small and silver screens—and the minds of the public. Aldama and González blaze new paths through Latinx cultural phenomena that disrupt stereotypes, breathing complexity into real Latinx subjectivities and experiences. In this grand sleuthing sweep of Latinx representation in mainstream TV and film that continues to shape the imagination of U.S. society, these two Latinx pop culture authorities call us all to scholarly action.

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Genre Book : Social Science
Author Book : Frederick Luis Aldama
Publisher : University of Arizona Press
Release Book : 2019-09-24
Download Book : 192 Pages
ISBN-10 : 9780816539581


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Genre Book : Agriculture
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Release Book : 1894
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ISBN-10 : UVA:X001724466


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Genre Book : Popular music
Author Book : BMI Canada Limited
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Release Book : 1968
Download Book : 103 Pages
ISBN-10 : STANFORD:36105028695117