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USE OF MUSIC IN THEATRE AND FILM 1 Use of Music in Theatre and Film Name Institution Author Note
USE OF MUSIC IN THEATRE AND FILM 2 Use of Music in Theatre and Film Films and theatrical performances are not singularly visual experiences. While people experience film and theatrical performance through their eyes, they just as certainly experience it through their ears. Films and theatrical performances usually are fantasies, and they defy realism. They collude with people’s imagination. Music plays upon the unconscious mind. Thus, music works perfectly with film and theatrical performance as it is a collaborator of delusion. Music works upon people’s emotions and is usually a non-intelligent communication ( Sadie, 2016). The meaning of the music is not essential to the audience but how it makes them feel. The audience, then, discover the musical experience in film or theatrical performance, more feeling, and less knowing. The televised action or stage performance, of course, offers clues and prompts as to how the associated music is supposed to make the audience feel. This paper, therefore, will focus upon the use of music in film and theatrical performance as amplifiers. Music in the Film ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ If one remembers the events happening at the end of The Dark Knight Rises: The school bus is stuck on the bridge, the children and John Blake cannot cross the bridge to safety under risk of death. Suddenly Blake hears a scream and looks up and watches the Bat fly over, heading

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