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Andy Hill: Scoring the Screen

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PUBLISHER: Hal Leonard
PRODUCT FORMAT: Book
Today, musical composition for films is more popular than ever. In professional and academic spheres, media music study and practice are growing; undergraduate and postgraduate programs in media scoring are offered by dozens of major colleges anduniversities. And increasingly, pop and contemporary
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Publisher Hal Leonard
Product Format Book
Genre Tv / Film / Musical / Show
Year of Publication 2017
Style Film or TV
ISBN 9781495073731
UPC 888680641528
No. HL00194637
Number of pages 424
Series Music Pro Guide Books and DVDs
Author Andy Hill
Description
Today, musical composition for films is more popular than ever. In professional and academic spheres, media music study and practice are growing; undergraduate and postgraduate programs in media scoring are offered by dozens of major colleges anduniversities. And increasingly, pop and contemporary classical composers are expanding their reach into cinema and other forms of screen entertainment. Yet a search on Amazon reveals at least 50 titles under the category of film music, and,remarkably, only a meager few actually allow readers to see the music itself, while none of them examine landmark scores like Vertigo, To Kill a Mockingbird, Patton, The Untouchables, or The Matrix in the detail provided by Scoring the Screen: TheSecret Language of Film Music.
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