Reel tracks : Australian feature film music and cultural identities / edited by Rebecca Coyle.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Eastleigh, UK : John Libbey Pub. ; Bloomington, IN : Distributed in North America by Indiana University Press, c2005.
Description
vii, 257 p. : ill., music ; 23 cm.

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Motion picture musicAustraliaHistory and criticism [Browse]
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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-252) and index.
Contents
Soundscapes of surf and steel : "Blackrock" and "Bootmen" / Shane Homan -- New-Age Ned : Scoring Irishness and masculinity in "Ned Kelly" / Helen O'Shea -- Hauntings : Soundtrack representations of Papua New Guinea in "To have and to hold" and "In a savage land" / Philip Hayward -- "Hei-fen" and musical subtexts in two Australian films by Clara Law / Tony Mitchell -- Lost in music : popular music, multiculturalism and Australian film / Jon Stratton -- Scoring : sexuality and Australian film music, 1990-2003 / Bruce Johnson and Gaye Poole -- "Christ kid, you're a weirdo" : aural construction of subjectivity in "Bad boy bubby" / Melissa Iocco and Anna Hickey-Moody -- The sound of redemption in "Chopper" : rediscovering ambience as affect / Mark Evans -- Sounds of Australia in "Rabbit-proof fence" / Marjorie D. Kibby -- Untangling "Lantana" : a study of film sound production / Rebecca Coyle -- Moon music : musical meanings in "One night the moon" / Kate Winchester -- Transcendent voices : choral music in "Paradise road" / Jude Magee -- Musical intertextuality in "The bank" / Michael Hannan -- Carl Vine's score in "beDevil" / Catherine Summerhayes and Roger Hillman -- The composer as alchemist : an overview of Australian feature film scores 1994-2004 / Michael Atherton.
ISBN
0861966589
LCCN
2006279959
OCLC
65195881
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