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Question 11 / 1 ptsThis composer can well be regarded as the master of the leitmotif for his attention to detail and the way in which he creates a marvelously nuanced, psychological rendering of the narrative. We observe these qualities notably in his score for King's Row:Gustav MahlerMax SteinerFranz WaxmanErich Korngold
Question 21 / 1 ptsIn this genre of film, the narrative is a crime drama that plays up elements of suspense, violence, and sexuality:
Question 31 / 1 ptsAn early shot in Sunset Blvd.is innovative and startling. What makes this shot unusual?
Question 41 / 1 ptsWhich of the following is NOT accomplished by the title music and prologue in Casablanca?
Question 51 / 1 ptsWhich of the following is NOT a compositional highlight of nondiegetic music in Casablanca?LeitmotifsInaudibility of cue-ins/cue-outsRepetition and variation of themes
Emotional restraint
Question 61 / 1 ptsInSunset Blvd., once Joe stashes his car in the garage and walks up to the house, we hear a new musical sound with a trill in the strings. Whatdoes this trill come to represent?
Question 71 / 1 ptsIn which film do we hear the diegetic wheezing of organ pipes, which isoccasionally combined with nondiegetic music?
Question 81 / 1 ptsWhich friendship theme is best-remembered from King’s Row?
Question 91 / 1 ptsWho composed the film score for Gone with the Wind?Erich KorngoldMax SteinerFranz WaxmanJohn Williams
Question 101 / 1 ptsThe first time we hear "As Time Goes By" in Casablanca, how do we hear it?
Question 111 / 1 ptsMusic playing at cross purposes with the emotion of the narrative is referred to as:
Question 121 / 1 ptsAs the showdown between Marshall Cain and the Miller gang looms,

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