Celluloid symphonies : texts and contexts in film music history

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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction ML2075.C455 2011
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Celluloid Symphonies is a unique sourcebook of writings on music for film, bringing together fifty-three critical documents, many previously inaccessible. It includes essays by those who created the music-Max Steiner, Erich Korngold, Jerry Goldsmith, Elmer Bernstein and Howard Shore-and outlines the major trends, aesthetic choices, technological innovations, and commercial pressures that have shaped the relationship between music and film from 1896 to the present. Julie Hubbert's introductory essays offer a stimulating overview of film history as well as critical context for the close study of these primary documents. In identifying documents that form a written and aesthetic history for film music, Celluloid Symphonies provides an astonishing resource for both film and music scholars and for students.
Plain talk to theater managers and operators (1909) / F.H. Richardson
Incidental music for Edison Pictures (1909)
Jackass music (1911) / Louis Reeves Harrison
From what and how to play for pictures (1913) / Eugene A. Ahern
Music for the picture (1911) / Clarence E. Sinn
The art of exhibition : Rothapfel on motion picture music (1914) / W. Stephen Bush
From Musical accompaniment of moving pictures (1920) / Edith Lang and George West
From musical presentation of motion pictures (1921) / George Beynon
From encyclopaedia of music for pictures (1925) / Erno Rapee
Two thematic music cue sheets : The thief of Bagdad (1924) and Dame chance (1926)
Music and motion pictures (1926) / Hugo Riesenfeld
Publishers win movie music suit (1924)
New musical marvels in the movies (1926)
Musicians to fight sound-film devices (1928)
The truth about voice doubling (1929) / Mark Larkin
Westward the course of Tin-Pan Alley (1929) / Jerry Hoffman
What's wrong with musical pictures? (1930) / Sigmund Romberg
Present day musical films and how they are made possible (1931) / Verna Arvey
Alfred Hitchcock on music in films (1934) / Stephen Watts
Composers in movieland (1935) / George Antheil
The aesthetics of the sound film (1935) / Leonid Sabaneev
Scoring the film (1937) / Max Steiner
Some experiences in film music (1940) / Erich Wolfgang Korngold
What Is a filmusical? (1937) / Denis Morrison
Music in the films (1941) / Aaron Copland
Music or sound effects? (1947) / Harold C. Schonberg
The new musical resources (1947) / Theodor Adorno and Hanns Eisler
Movie music goes on record (1952) / Arthur Knight
The man with the golden arm (1956) / Elmer Bernstein
Forbidden planet (1956) / Louis and Bebe Barron
Interview with Stanley Donen (1977) / Jim Hillier
One thing's for sure, R 'n' R is boffo B.O. (1958) / Alan Freed
Film themes link movie, disk trades (1960) / June Bundy
Mancini debunks album values (1961) / Eddie Kalish
Herrmann says Hollywood tone deaf as to film scores (1964)
The new sound on the soundtracks (1967) / Gene Lees
Movies : tuning in to the sound of new music (1968) / Renata Adler
Towards an interior music (1997) / Ennio Morricone
Keeping score on Schifrin : Lalo Schifrin and the art of film music (1969) / Harvey Siders
BBC interview with Jerry Goldsmith (1969)
The jazz composers in Hollywood : a symposium (1972) / Harvey Siders
George Lucas : stinky kid hits the bigtime (1974) / Steven Farber
The annotated Friedkin (1974) / Elmer Bernstein
Whatever became of movie music? (1974) / David Raksin
Selling a hit soundtrack (1979) / Susan Peterson
Interview with John Williams (1997) / Craig L. Byrd
Scoring with synthesizers (1982) / Terry Atkinson
Rock movideo (1985) / Marianne Meyer
How rock is changing Hollywood's tune (1989) / Stephen Holden
Danny Elfman : from boingo to Batman (1990) / Randall D. Larson
Interviews from The celluloid jukebox (1995) / Jonathan Romney and Adrian Wootton
Composing with a very wide palette : Howard Shore in conversation (1999) / Philip Brophy
Hollywood sound (2005) / Rob Bridgett.

Additional Information
Subjects Motion picture music -- History and criticism.
Publisher Berkeley :University of California Press,2011
Other Titles Texts and contexts in film music history
Contributors Hubbert, Julia Bess.
Language English
Description xiv, 507 pages : music ; 23 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9780520241022 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0520241029 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9780520241015 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0520241010 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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