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Complete guide to film scoring : the art and business of writing music for movies and TV / Richard Davis.

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  • 7 of 8 copies available at Berklee College of Music.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780876391099
  • ISBN: 0876391099
  • Physical Description: xi, 410 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Edition: 2nd ed.
  • Publisher: Boston, MA : Berklee Press ; c2010.

Content descriptions

General Note: Faculty reserve.
Material for FS-221 (Reasoner, Ragazzi).
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: pt. 1. The history of film music. Early films and music : the silent movies ; The first talkies : the beginning of synchronized music ; The studio system and the studio music department ; Musical styles~1930 to 1950 : the golden age of Hollywood ; Musical styles 1950 to 1975 ; 1975 to today ; Film-scoring technology -- pt. 2. Production ; The film-making process ; The composer's time frame ; Spotting ; The music editor ; The music team : orchestrators and music preparation ; The recording session and mix -- pt. 3. The music ; Creating the music ; Technical requirements of the score ; Syncing the music to picture ; Television ; Ethnic and period music ; Animation ; Songs, soundtracks, and source music -- pt. 4. The business of film scoring ; Making the deal : agents, attorneys, and contracts ; Publishing and copyrights ; Royalties ; Demos and marketing Finding work -- pt. 5. Interviews ; Elmer Bernstein ; Terence Blanchard ; Alf Clausen ; Cliff Eidelman ; Danny Elfman ; Richard Gibbs ; Elliot Goldenthal ; Michael Gorfaine & Sam Schwartz ; Harry Gregson-Williams ; Mark Isham ; Michael Kamen ; Mark Mancina ; David Newman ; David Raksin ; Lolita Ritmanis ; William Ross ; Marc Shaiman ; Alan Silvestri ; Mark Snow ; Richard Stone ; Shirley Walker.
Summary, etc.: A guide to the business, process, and procedures for writing music for film or television. Includes interviews with film scoring professionals.
Subject: Motion pictures > Production and direction
Motion picture music > History and criticism
Motion pictures and television

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