Around the world, music and sound play an essential role in the experience of cinema and other screen media, yet research on music in screen media has been largely centered on the United States. Music and Sound on the International Screen expands the horizons of film music scholarship by publishing cutting-edge monographs and edited collections on topics in music, sound, and screen media beyond Hollywood. Written by established and emerging international scholars, the books in this series encourage vigorous and sustained discourse around the historical, social, cultural, and aesthetic aspects of music in the context of the moving image.
By Tobias Pontara
December 02, 2019
Andrei Tarkovsky's Sounding Cinema adds a new dimension to our understanding and appreciation of the work of Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky (1932–1986) through an exploration of the presence of music and sound in his films. The first comprehensive study in English concentrating on the ...
Edited By Michael Baumgartner, Ewelina Boczkowska
October 01, 2019
In the wake of World War II, the arts and culture of Europe became a site where the devastating events of the 20th century were remembered and understood. Exploring one of the most integral elements of the cinematic experience—music—the essays in this volume consider the numerous ways ...