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Film Music Lesson Four

Film Music Lesson Four

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Film music lesson from a sequence on film music for key stage 3.
Film music lesson from a sequence on film music for key stage 3.

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Published by: profalexander on Jun 15, 2013
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•Be aware of several film composers and their famous works. Write down the title: “Film Music Lesson Four”. •To understand the impact different music has upon the same images. the date and these learning objectives. your name. . •To understand the concepts of diegetic and non-diegetic music.

3. 5. 1. 4. .Listen to the extracts and state which poster belongs with each music extract. 6. 2.

1. 3. 5. 2. 6. 4. .Listen to the extracts and state which poster belongs with each music extract.

6. 5. 3. DANNY ELFMAN 4. 2. .Listen to the extracts and state which poster belongs with each music extract. 1.

. He reportedly earns around $12 every time the Simpsons theme is played on television anywhere in the world. Learning Objective One: Be aware of several film composers and their famous works.Danny Elfman An American composer born in 1953. It is easily played over 100 times a day. Influenced by classical composers like Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev. who is famous for composing the music for the films of Tim Burton and composing the theme from The Simpsons.

There are two ways in which music is present in a film: KEY WORDS: DIEGETIC AND NON-DIEGETIC Learning Objective Two: To understand the concepts of diegetic and non-diegetic music. .

Extension . • Non-diegetic .Remember: • Diegetic . .The definitions can be ambiguous in certain films.the characters can hear it.the characters cannot hear it.

So. and vice versa.The meaning of the same images and footage can be changed by the music that accompanies it. Learning Objective Three: To understand the impact different music has upon the same images. . a sad image could be made to seem funny if put to a humorous score.

•To understand the concepts of diegetic and non-diegetic music. •To understand the impact different music has upon the same images.•Be aware of several film composers and their famous works. .

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