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Tfs 202 presentation by Robiul

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Music in the early age films

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Tfs 202 presentation by Robiul

  1. 1. Md. Robiul IslamMd. Robiul Islam Roll: AA-048-07Roll: AA-048-07
  2. 2. My TopicsMy Topics  Sound MontageSound Montage Expressing time and rhythmExpressing time and rhythm  Sound used in the early days documentarySound used in the early days documentary & Avant garde film& Avant garde film
  3. 3. Sound MontageSound Montage • In the early 1930s, there were someIn the early 1930s, there were some interesting experiments attempted in ‘Soundinteresting experiments attempted in ‘Sound Montage’. Sound Montage is essentiallyMontage’. Sound Montage is essentially constructing films according to the rules ofconstructing films according to the rules of musicmusic • Sound montage could be totally successful ifSound montage could be totally successful if the music could be perfectly synchronized sothe music could be perfectly synchronized so that the time of the cutting and time of musicthat the time of the cutting and time of music would correspond exactly.would correspond exactly.
  4. 4. Citizen kane ( 1941)Citizen kane ( 1941) Director: Orson WellesDirector: Orson Welles Music by Bernard HerrmannMusic by Bernard Herrmann
  5. 5. Expressing time andExpressing time and rhythmrhythm An idea used to express time and rhythm with film was theAn idea used to express time and rhythm with film was the moving of the camera itself. They used panning,moving of the camera itself. They used panning, traveling and flying camera shots to show things not onlytraveling and flying camera shots to show things not only from unusual angles but, Bornemanfrom unusual angles but, Borneman claims :-claims :- • time and rhythm, for example, could now be expressedtime and rhythm, for example, could now be expressed by horizontal and vertical to-and-fro movements.by horizontal and vertical to-and-fro movements.
  6. 6. • Crescendo and decrescendo by approaching andCrescendo and decrescendo by approaching and retreating the camera.retreating the camera. • The melodic curve by corresponding curve-movementThe melodic curve by corresponding curve-movement of the camera.of the camera. • Slow motion, Ultra rapid motion were used toSlow motion, Ultra rapid motion were used to represent musical time variationsrepresent musical time variations • Fade in and fade out for musical increase andFade in and fade out for musical increase and decrease.decrease. • One turn for one-picture for syncopation.One turn for one-picture for syncopation.
  7. 7. Without A WordWithout A Word DirectedDirected by Yoness Benaliby Yoness Benali
  8. 8. Sound used in the early daysSound used in the early days documentary & Avant garde filmdocumentary & Avant garde film There were some significant scores written during thisThere were some significant scores written during this period belong to the documentary and Avant Garde film.period belong to the documentary and Avant Garde film.  A fine example of a documentary film from thisA fine example of a documentary film from this period is the Joris Ivens documentary ‘Newperiod is the Joris Ivens documentary ‘New Earth’.Earth’. • Mechinery in the film is represented by natural soundsMechinery in the film is represented by natural sounds and men by music.and men by music. • The score by Hanns Eisler is based on what is by today’sThe score by Hanns Eisler is based on what is by today’s film music standards.film music standards. • New Earth was highly notable because of its success inNew Earth was highly notable because of its success in putting Eisler’s individualistic compositional style into theputting Eisler’s individualistic compositional style into the documentary.documentary.
  9. 9.  The animated film L’Idee is an avant garde filmThe animated film L’Idee is an avant garde film of the times with an imaginative score by theof the times with an imaginative score by the French composer Aurther HoneggerFrench composer Aurther Honegger • He uses an electronic instrument called the ondesHe uses an electronic instrument called the ondes martenot.martenot. • This instrument is combined with the principle of theThis instrument is combined with the principle of the theremin with a keyboard.theremin with a keyboard. • This political film has high degree of synchronization ofThis political film has high degree of synchronization of music to action at that early date.music to action at that early date.
  10. 10.  Other significant avant garde documentary films of this era were:- 1) Le sang d’un poete (Jean Cocteau, 1931: score by Georges Auric) 2) Zero de Conduite (Jean Vigo, 1933: score by Maurice Jaubret) 3) Rising tide and contact (Paul Rotha, 1933: score by Clarence Raybould).

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