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Fall 2010 VAB 132 GOSHORN
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Since the movies were pioneered at the turn of the 20 th century, sound and music have been elements of the cinematic experience. Since 1927, theatrical narrative features have incorporated synchronized sound.
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The expressive use of sound in the cinema can be broken down into music , “natural” sound , and dialogue . To which of Aristotle’s elements of drama might these be analogous?
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Diegetic sounds and music originate from the narrative sphere of the film (i.e. radios, musical instruments, etc.). Non-diegetic sounds and music have no basis in the story world. This scene from the musical Love Me Tonight (1932) illustrates the command with which skilled filmmakers can shift between the two modes even within the same scene.
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“Source music” indicates that the source of the music is within a particular scene or sequence – a stereo, a live band, etc. A “score” is a musical accompaniment which underlies the film’s
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course FIL 1000 taught by Professor Goshorn during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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