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15. Which of the westerns we have studied features an underscore composed and performed by blues singer and guitarist John Paul Hammond? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon
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C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 16. Which film in its final sixteen minutes contains four dramatic climaxes that can be identified by the underscore?
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 17. In which western is the opening scene notable for its diegetic sounds, leading to a gun battle, only at the conclusion of which does nondiegetic music finally enter?
F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 18. In which western does the underscore contain high woodwind figures sounding over sustained dissonant tones to convey the extreme heat of the desert, as well as the mystery of the body lying on the ground?
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 19. Which western features an Oscar-winning score by the Englishman John Barry? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven
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Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 20. Recall the B theme from the song in High Noon ("Oh, to be torn ‘twixt love and duty"). When this theme is used in the underscore, what principal meaning is associated with it?
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 21. Which of the following is NOT a technique Herrmann used in Psycho ?
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 22. Which of the following factors does NOT account for the riveting nature of Marion's drive following the theft of the $40,000?
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Unformatted text preview: In which western does the underscore contain high woodwind figures sounding over sustained dissonant tones to convey the extreme heat of the desert, as well as the mystery of the body lying on the ground? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 19. Which western features an Oscar-winning score by the Englishman John Barry? A) Dances with Wolves B) High Noon C) Little Big Man D) Silverado E) Stagecoach F) The Searchers G) Unforgiven Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 20. Recall the B theme from the song in High Noon ("Oh, to be torn ‘twixt love and duty"). When this theme is used in the underscore, what principal meaning is associated with it? A) The love between Will and Amy B) The Miller gang C) Will's decision whether to stay or leave D) The unwillingness of the townspeople to help Will Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 21. Which of the following is NOT a technique Herrmann used in Psycho ? A) Used long musical phrases and rarely repeated them B) Scored the film using only strings C) Used thirds in exact parallel motion to avoid resolution and rest D) Revolutionized the relationship of the music to the visual image Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 22. Which of the following factors does NOT account for the riveting nature of Marion's drive following the theft of the $40,000? A) The creative use of the Psycho theme to express and intensify Marion's anxiety B) The traditional use of the 180-degree system C) Eyeline match followed by subjective point-of-view D) A montage sequence that carries us through a whole night of driving into the next day Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 23. So masterfully filmed is the shower scene that we can scarcely imagine it differently. Yet, if Hitchcock had had his way, there would have been something strikingly different about it. What was it? A) Norman would have strangled Marion rather than stabbed her B) The film would have been produced in color rather than in black and white C) This would have been the one scene with diegetic as well as non-diegetic music in it D) There would have been no music in the scene whatsoever Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 24. In the setup in Psycho, what do we learn about Marion and Sam? A) Marion wants to marry Sam, but he is heavily in debt and must regularly pay his ex-wife alimony B) Sam wants the secret trysts to stop in favor of a more respectable relationship C) Marion and Sam are lovers, but have agreed to end their relationship D) Marion's boss is the only real barrier to their relationship working smoothly Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 25. The “Psycho” theme, for all its startling originality, owes a debt to the great Russian composer, Igor Stravinsky, whose 1913 ballet, The Rite of Spring , radically transformed the world of classical music. What made Stravinsky's music so different? A) His music is propelled by functional harmonic progression B) His music is propelled by sheer force of rhythm C) His music displays an absence of repeated motivic figures D) His music displays a striking absence of ostinatos Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 26....
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