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Module code: MU226
Credits: 5
Semester: 2
Quota: 70
Department: MUSIC
International: No
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An exploration of some of the critical issues raised by the role of music in film. The course will offer an introduction to the rapidly emerging field of film music studies, providing students with the critical tools to address a number of key questions: what functions does music perform in film? How does it relate to image and dialogue? Do we actually notice music in the cinema? Students will apply these questions to case studies representative of a range of historical and cultural practices, from so-called silent film to the contemporary pop soundtrack

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