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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?
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?
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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. In the film Goldfinger, what memorable sound do we hear in the Odd Job theme the first time we see his shadow, and which is repeated when we, along with Bond, see Jill Masterson dead and covered in gold paint?
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 27. In the opening of the film Goldfinger , when Jill Masterson and James Bond kiss, the romantic music cues in, and then almost immediately turns jazzy and sultry, as the dissolve between shots overlays their kiss with a sumptuous buffet. What theme do we hear, and what does it mean? A) The Goldfinger theme, suggesting that Bond and Goldfinger are inverted images of one another B) The Bond theme, suggesting that another Bond romantic conquest is underway C) The Odd Job theme, suggesting that neither Jill nor Bond realizes that Odd Job is coming to exact Goldfinger's revenge
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Unformatted text preview: In the film Goldfinger, what memorable sound do we hear in the Odd Job theme the first time we see his shadow, and which is repeated when we, along with Bond, see Jill Masterson dead and covered in gold paint? A) Wind instruments creating the whooshing effect of Odd Job's hat flying through the air B) The sound of a Dombra, a type of two-stringed, long-necked Asian lute C) The ominous sound of a bass trombone D) The repeated sound of a hammer striking steel Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 27. In the opening of the film Goldfinger , when Jill Masterson and James Bond kiss, the romantic music cues in, and then almost immediately turns jazzy and sultry, as the dissolve between shots overlays their kiss with a sumptuous buffet. What theme do we hear, and what does it mean? A) The Goldfinger theme, suggesting that Bond and Goldfinger are inverted images of one another B) The Bond theme, suggesting that another Bond romantic conquest is underway C) The Odd Job theme, suggesting that neither Jill nor Bond realizes that Odd Job is coming to exact Goldfinger's revenge Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 28. In the film Goldfinger, the motive in the James Bond theme that has the most distinctive melodic outline, and is played by brass, has how many notes in its complete form? A) 3 B) 4 C) 7 D) 9 Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 29. In The Graduate , the use of pre-existing pop songs did present some problems: They imposed their own structures on the film, and their length could not easily be altered. What was principally the filmmakers' solution to these problems? A) Include additional music scored for the film, and allow many of the scenes to play without any music at all B) Rewrite the pop songs in a way that retained their popularity while becoming shorter and more malleable C) Pronounced use of the "up-and-downer" to allow song-length music to continue under the dialog D) Opt for "snatches" of easily-recognizable songs rather than the complete songs themselves Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 30. In the film Goldfinger , which part of the James Bond theme do we hear most often? A) A shortened motive of either 3 or 4 notes B) A string counter-motive that returns frequently, particularly in association with the Goldfinger theme C) A full motive in brass without counter-motive D) A string counter-motive that returns frequently, particularly in association with the Odd Job theme Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 31. In this clip, the principal function of the underscore is best described by which of the following? A) Bridging a temporal ellipsis B) "Following" the action C) Conveying the boss's displeasure D) Conveying the psychological state of the protagonist Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 32. In this clip from Casablanca, after a dissolve carries us back out to the streets of Casablanca, for the first time in the film we encounter cuts between shots (rather than dissolves and fades). For the next minute, diegetic sounds of police whistles, sirens, and vehicles combine with the underscore to convey what?...
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