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Seller: the_nile_stores (59,946) 99.1%, Location: Ohio, Ships to: GB, Item: 263699358222 FREE SHIPPING UK WIDE The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound provides a detailed and comprehensive overview of screen music and sound studies, addressing the ways in which music and sound interact with forms of narrative media such as television, videogames, and film. The inclusive framework of "screen music and sound" allows readers to explore the intersections and connections between various types of media and music and sound, reflecting the current state of scholarship and the future of the field.A diverse range of international scholars have contributed an impressive set of forty-six chapters that move from foundational knowledge to cutting edge topics that highlight new key areas. The companion is thematically organized into five cohesive areas of study:Issues in the Study of Screen Music and Sound-discusses the essential topics of the disciplineHistorical Approaches-examines periods of historical change or transitionProduction and Process-focuses on issues of collaboration, institutional politics, and the impact of technology and industrial practicesCultural and Aesthetic Perspectives-contextualizes an aesthetic approach within a wider framework of cultural knowledgeAnalyses and Methodologies-explores potential methodologies for interrogating screen music and sound Covering a wide range of topic areas drawn from musicology, sound studies, and media studies, The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound provides researchers and students with an effective overview of musics role in narrative media, as well as new methodological and aesthetic insights. FORMAT Hardcover LANGUAGE English CONDITION Brand New Author Biography Miguel Mera is Reader in the Department of Music and Associate Dean (Research and Enterprise) at City, University of London. Ronald Sadoff is Associate Professor and Director of the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions in the Steinhardt School at New York University. Ben Winters is Lecturer in Music at The Open University, UK. Table of Contents Introduction: Framing Screen Music and Sound (MIGUEL MERA, RONALD SADOFF, AND BEN WINTERS)Part 1: Issues in the Study of Screen Music and Sound1 The Ghostly Effect Revisited (K.J. DONNELLY)2 Mystical Intimations, the Scenic Sublime, and the Opening of the Vault: De-classicizing the Late-romantic Revival in the Scoring of `New Hollywood Blockbusters c. 1977-1993 (PETER FRANKLIN)3 Screen Music and the Question of Originality (MIGUEL MERA)4 Affect, Intensities, and Empathy: Sound and Contemporary Screen Violence (LISA COULTHARD) 5 Balinese Music, an Italian Film, and an Ethnomusicological Approach to Screen Music and Sound (MICHAEL B. BAKAN)6 Emphatic and Ecological Sounds in Gameworld Interfaces (KRISTINE JoRGENSEN)7 "You Have to Feel a Sound for It to Be Effective": Sonic Surfaces in Film and Television (LUCY FIFE DONALDSON)8 Screen Music, Narrative, and/or Affect: Kieslowskis Musical Bodies (NICHOLAS REYLAND)9 Roundtable: Current Perspectives on Music, Sound, and Narrative in Screen Media (ANAHID KASSABIAN - convenor) with ELENA BOSCHI, JAMES BUHLER, CLAUDIA GORBMAN, MIGUEL MERA, ROGER MOSELEY, RONALD SADOFF, and BEN WINTERS Part 2: Historical Approaches10 Sound Design and Its Interactions with Music: Changing Historical Perspectives (DANIJELA KULEZIC-WILSON)11 Dimensions of Game Music History (TIM SUMMERS)12 The Changing Audio, Visual, and Narrative Parameters of Hindi Film Songs (ANNA MORCOM)13 From Radio to Television: Sound Style and Audio Technique in Early TV Anthology Dramas (SHAWN VANCOUR)14 Manifest Destiny, The Space Race, and 1960s Television (ROBYNN J. STILWELL)15 The Early Cinema Soundscape (RICK ALTMAN)16 The Shock of the Old: The Restoration, Reconstruction, or Creation of `Mute-Film Accompaniments (GILLIAN B. ANDERSON)17 Music That Works: Listening to Prestige British Industrial Films (ANNETTE DAVISON)18 The Fine Art of Repurposing: A Look at Scores for Hollywood `B Films in the 1930s (JEFF SMITH)19 Trailer or Leader? The Role of Music and Sound in Cinematic Previews (JAMES DEAVILLE)Part 3: Production and Process20 A Star is Born: Max Steiner in the Studios, 1929-1939 (NATHAN PLATTE)21 Sound Standings: A Brief History of the Impact of Labor and Professional Representation on the Place of Early Sound Workers in the Industry (1927-1937) (GIANLUCA SERGI)22 In Sync? Music Supervisors, Music Placement Practices, and Industrial Change (BETHANY KLEIN AND LESLIE M. MEIER)23 Shaping the Soundtrack? Hollywood Preview Audiences (RONALD SADOFF AND MIGUEL MERA)24 Craft, Art, or Process: The Question of Creativity in Orchestration for Screen (IAN SAPIRO)25 Post-Apartheid Cinema (CHRISTOPHER LETCHER)26 Simulation: Squaring the Immersion, Realism, and Gameplay Circle (STEPHEN BAYSTED)27 The Voice Delivers the Threats, Foley Delivers the Punch: Embodied Knowledge in Foley Artistry (SANDRA PAULETTO)28 Direct Sounds, Language Swaps, and Directors Cuts: The Quest for Fidelity in the Film Soundtrack (EMILE WENNEKES)Part 4: Cultural and Aesthetic Perspectives29 From Disney to Dystopia: Transforming "Brazil" for a US Audience (KARIANN GOLDSCHMITT)30 Birth and Death of the Cool: The Glorious Afflictions of Jazz on Screen (JEREMY BARHAM)31 Home Theater(s): Technology, Culture, and Style (MARK KERINS)32 Drive, Speed, and Narrative in the Soundscapes of Racing Games (KAREN COLLINS AND RUTH DOCKWRAY)33 Music, Genre, and Nationality in the Postmillenial Fantasy Role-Playing Game (WILLIAM GIBBONS)34 `Sounding Japanese: Traditions of Music in Japanese Cinema (ALEXANDER BINNS)35 Sounding Transculturation: Western Opera in Korea during the Japanese Occupation (1910-1945) (JEONGWON JOE)36 Christopher Plummer Learns to Sing: The Torn Masculinities of Mid-Century US Musicals (CARYL FLINN)37 Music, Whiteness, and Masculinity in Michael Manns The Last of the Mohicans (REBECCA FuLoeP)38 Some Assembly Required: Hybrid Scores in Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel (KATE MCQUISTON)Part 5: Analyses and Methodologies39 Methods and Challenges of Analyzing Screen Media (FRANK LEHMAN)40 From Intuition to Evidence: The Experimental Psychology of Film Music (SIU-LAN TAN)41 Idolizing the Synchronized Score: Studying Indiana Jones Hypertexts (BEN WINTERS)42 Fearful Symmetries: Music as Metaphor in Doppelganger Films (TOM SCHNELLER)43 Musical Dreams and Nightmares: An Analysis of Flower (ELIZABETH MEDINA-GRAY)44 Reverb, Acousmata, and the Backstage Musical (PETER DOYLE)45 Unsettling the Soundtrack: Acoustic Profiling and the Documentation of Community and Place (RANDOLPH JORDAN)46 The Sound of Slime-ness: Telling Childrens Stories on the Nickelodeon Network (JENNIFER FLEEGER) Details ISBN1138855340 Short Title ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO SCREEN Pages 640 Publisher Routledge Language English ISBN-10 1138855340 ISBN-13 9781138855342 Media Book Format Hardcover Imprint Routledge Place of Publication London Country of Publication United Kingdom Edited by Ben Winters Affiliation The Open University, UK Year 2017 DEWEY 781.542 Publication Date 2017-06-01 Illustrations 52 Line drawings, black and white; 17 Tables, black and white; 42 Illustrations, black and white Series Routledge Music Companions Dimensions178mm x 254mm We've got this At The Nile, if you're looking for it, we've got it. 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