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Complete guide to film scoring : the art and business of writing music for movies and TV

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2nd ed.

A guide to the business, process, and procedures for writing music for film or television. Includes interviews with film scoring professionals.

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1001 . ‡aDavis, Richard, ‡d1952-
24510. ‡aComplete guide to film scoring : ‡bthe art and business of writing music for movies and TV / ‡cRichard Davis.
24630. ‡aFilm scoring
24630. ‡aArt and business of writing music for movies and TV
24630. ‡aWriting music for movies and TV
250 . ‡a2nd ed.
260 . ‡aBoston, MA : ‡bBerklee Press ; ‡aMilwaukee, Wis. : ‡bDistributed by Hal Leonard, ‡cc2010.
300 . ‡axi, 410 p. : ‡bill. ; ‡c23 cm.
4901 . ‡aBerklee guide
520 . ‡aA guide to the business, process, and procedures for writing music for film or television. Includes interviews with film scoring professionals.
504 . ‡aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
5050 . ‡aThe history of film music: Early films and music : the silent movies ; The first talkies : the beginning of synchronized music ; The studio system and the studio music department ; Musical styles 1930 to 1950 : the golden age of Hollywood ; Musical styles 1950 to 1975 ; 1975 to today ; Film-scoring technology -- Production: The film-making process ; The composer's time frame ; Spotting ; The music editor ; The music team : orchestrators and music preparation ; The recording session and mix -- The music: Creating the music ; Technical requirements of the score ; Syncing the music to picture ; Television ; Ethnic and period music ; Animation ; Songs, soundtracks, and source music -- The business of film scoring: Making the deal : agents, attorneys, and contracts ; Publishing and copyrights ; Royalties ; Demos and marketing ; Finding work -- Interviews: Elmer Bernstein ; Terence Blanchard ; Alf Clausen ; Cliff Eidelman ; Danny Elfman ; Richard Gibbs ; Elliot Goldenthal ; Michael Gorfaine & Sam Schwartz ; Harry Gregson-Williams ; Mark Isham ; Michael Kamen ; Mark Mancina ; David Newman ; David Raksin ; Lolita Ritmanis ; William Ross ; Marc Shaiman ; Alan Silvestri ; Mark Snow ; Richard Stone ; Shirley Walker.
650 0. ‡aMotion picture music ‡xInstruction and study.
650 0. ‡aTelevision music ‡xInstruction and study.
650 0. ‡aMotion pictures ‡xProduction and direction.
650 0. ‡aMotion picture music ‡xHistory and criticism.
650 0. ‡aMotion pictures and television.
830 0. ‡aBerklee guide.
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