This paper investigates the interactions between film and music. Its focus is a project in which I created two short films: one, an original story with music added, and another based on an original composition.
In order to see the ways in which film and music affect each other, a project has been generated and performed live for a M.M. recital. For the project, we implemented two processes that are the reverse of each other. This project is a two-movement piece of music for solo horn and film. We approached the first movement, Three Scenes at a Park Bench, in the tradition of most modern day films: I shot the movie first and then Mr. Ninmer composed a score to follow the story. We created the second movement, Paperboy, in the opposite manner: Ninmer composed original music first and then I created a film to follow this composition. Upon completion of the project, I performed it and then examined any difficulties that may have transpired during the process.
|School:||California State University, Long Beach|
|School Location:||United States -- California|
|Source:||MAI 50/03M, Masters Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Music, Film studies|
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