Published January 11, 2001
by Routledge .
Written in English
James Buhler is Associate Professor of Music Theory at the University of Texas, Austin, and has written extensively on film sound. David P. Neumeyer is the Marlene and Morton Meyerson Professor of Music and Professor of Music Theory at the University of Texas, Austin. He is the editor of The Oxford Handbook of Film Music Studies (), and co-editor, with James Buhler, of Music and Cinema Cited by: Books shelved as hearing: El Deafo by Cece Bell, Anatomy & Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing by J. Anthony Seikel, Polar Bear, Polar Bear, Wha. The text explores film sound in three parts. Through engaging, accessible sample analyses and exercises, Part I illustrates Films achieve their effects with sound as well as images. An ideal text for introductory film music courses, Hearing the Movies: Music and Sound in Film History brings music into the context of sound, and sound into the /5. Music is central to any film, creating a tone for the movie that is just as vital as the visual and narrative components. In recent years, racial and gender diversity in film has exploded, and the making of musical scores has changed drastically. Hearing Film offers the first critical examination of music in the films of the s and s and looks at the burgeoning role of compiled scores 5/5(1).
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