MH7 Fall 2013 Midterm Study Guide
Terms and Concepts
Diegetic music- Can be heard by people on screen i.e. music in a night club
Non-diegetic music- Cannot be heard by people on screen i.e. film music
Onscreen sound- Sound that takes place and you can
Music History 7: Film and Music Midterm Study Guide
Midterm Exam Information:
Bring a bluebook to the exam, but DO NOT WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE FRONT,
because you will turn in your bluebook when you arrive. All bluebooks will be checked
Music History 7 Short Exam 1 Study Group! :)
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Terms and Concepts- Listed to make it easier to refer t
"Whatever Happened to Great Movie Music?": Cinma Vrit and Hollywood Film Music of the
Author(s): Julie Hubbert
Source: American Music, Vol. 21, No. 2 (Summer, 2003), pp. 180-213
Published by: University of Illinois Press
Stable URL: http:/www.
. Cylons in America : Critical Studies in Battlestar Galactica.
London, GBR: Continuum International Publishing, 2007. p 235
Copyright 2007. Continuum International Publishing. All rights Reserved
Writing an Academic Paper on Music
Developing a topic
-Okay, Ive chosen a show. Now what?
-Find something that intrigues or unsettles you (or other people) about the show.
Ask yourself questions about what is interesting or disturbing you.
-Or, try thin
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Regarding The Merry Widow, see The Merry Widow and Her Rivals,
in Traubners Operetta: A Theatrical History (pp. 24273) and pp. 3540
of Krasners Birth Pangs, Growing Pains and Sibling Rivalry. _
Regarding Naughty Mariette, see Frederick S. R
Essay Question 1
1. How can music provide a portal into a characters interior state when those
feelings are not necessarily made explicit through dialogue or action? Choose three
scenes from three different films we studied in
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SEARS Mill SUTURES Contemporary Western culture resolutely claims
to be monistic, ercely rejecting the dualistic idea of man split down
the middle. The liberal, emancipated idea} becomes to reconcile '
the fragments of th
Benjamin Britten Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra
0-:26 Full Orchestra
:26-:46 Woodwind Family (oboes, clarinets, bassoons, flutes and piccolo)
:47-1:06 - Brass Family (French horns, trumpets, trombones, tuba)
1:07-1:22 String Family (violins, violas,
o Knapp: MERM (musically enhanced reality mode)
Naturalistic setup before song which takes us into hyper
o Integrated Musicals- stage
All musical aspects are contributing to the