Analysing Film Through Music: How Musicology Can Aid in the Analysis of Film Sound and Narrative

By E. Anna Claydon.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Soundtracks incorporate many factors: sound on screen, sound off, diegetic non-diegetic sound, extra-diegetic sound. Film theorists, then, need to be accurate in desciption: this is where musicology enters the frame.

Keywords: Music, Film, Sound, Image

The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 7, pp.99-106. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.819MB).

Dr. E. Anna Claydon

My work is diverse but is essentially concerned with ideas of identity, perspective and subjectivity. I am currently completing my book, Imagination and Memory: The Cinema's Theory of Mind (due out 2007) and my first book The Representation of Masculinity in Sixties British Cinema came out in December 2005. The work presented here is the development of thinking and teaching I have done over the past five years concerning sound, film and music and is part of a project I plan to develop in the future on musicology and film analysis.


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