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Loose Ends and Last Words

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... Both prosecutions failed outright. However, despite the seeming hysteria,Cf. John R. Vokey and J. Don Read, ‘Subliminal Messages: Between the Devil and the Media’, American Psychologist, vol. 40, no. 11, 1985, pp. 1231—9. back-masking exists....

The Anti-Matter of Film Music: The Shining

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... Rosar, ‘The Dies Irae in Citizen Kane: Musical Hermeneutics Applied to Film Music’ in K. J. Donnelly, ed., Film Music: Critical Approaches (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2001), pp. 110—11. Indeed, used repeatedly in horror films,...

Music on Television 1: Music for Television Drama

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... while faux-documentary Walking with Dinosaurs (1999, BBC) was scored by Ben Bartlett.Cf. K. J. Donnelly, ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’ in Glen Creeber, ed., 100 Television Programmes (London: Arnold, 2003). However, the undersea natural history epic...

Soundtracks without Films

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... Performance, For an analysis of Performances remarkable music, see K. J. Donnelly, ‘Performance and the Composite Film Score’ in K. J. Donnelly, ed., Film Music: Critical Approaches (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2001), pp. 152-66....

Demonic Possession: Horror Film Music

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... visual input; putting our hands over our ears rarely shuts out the sound completely.Robynn Stilwell, ‘Sound and Empathy: Subjectivity, Gender and the Cinematic Soundscape’ in K. J. Donnelly, ed., Film Music: Critical Approaches (Edinburgh:...

The Demon of Film Music

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... and the Composite Film Score’ in K. J. Donnelly, ed., Film Music: Critical Approaches (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2001), p. 160. bearing in mind Altman’s description of the audio dissolve as a bridge from the prosaic everyday...

The Accented Voice: Ethnic Signposts of English, Irish and American Film Music

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... the 1990s, using the sort of musical idiom that at least partially looked back to the styles of the classical film score of the 1930s and 1940s.K. J. Donnelly, ‘The Hidden Heritage of Film Music: History and Scholarship’ in K. J. Donnelly, ed.,...

Music on Television 2: Pop Music’s Colonisation of Television

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... resemblance to film aesthetics than the traditions of television drama, particularly as pop songs were starting to be used as non-diegetic music accompanying action in films at the time.K. J. Donnelly, Pop Music in British Cinema: A Chronicle...

Overview – ‘Birdie Sings, Music Sings’

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... J. Corsini and A. J. Auerbach, eds., Concise Encyclopedia of Psychology (London: John Wiley, 1996), p. 557. Yet the vast majority of both film and music theory tends to downgrade desire, thus failing to address film music’s essential...

Golden Years: 1980s and 1990s Hip Song Compilation Films

K.J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Magical Musical Tour : Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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... in the introduction to K. J. Donnelly, Pop Music in British Cinema: A Chronicle (London: BFI, 2001). As both an aesthetic strategy and an industrial procedure, pop and rock music increasingly marked a norm in Hollywood and mainstream films from many...