Listening to Movies: The Film Lover's Guide to Film Music Hardcover – 1 May 1994
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This text is a lay person's guide to the world of film music, from the silent era to the present day. Oscar-winning film composer Fred Karlin describes how music is written and recorded for the movies; who the composers are and how they work with film makers; and the music itself - what to listen for in a film score, and what makes one score better than another.
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Fred Karlin teaches film music at the University of Southern California.
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