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Author Meyer, Stephen C., 1963-
Title Epic sound : music in postwar Hollywood biblical films / Stephen C. Meyer.
Publisher Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [2015]
Copyright date ©2015


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Descript x, 272 pages : illustrations, music ; 23 cm
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Contents A biblical story for the post-World War II generation? : Victor Young's music for DeMille's Samson and Delilah -- Turning away from "concocted spectacle" : Alfred Newman's score for David and Bathsheba -- Spectacle and authenticity in Miklós Rózsa's Quo vadis score -- Novel and film, music and miracle : Alfred Newman's score to The robe -- Spirit and empire : Elmer Bernstein's score to The Ten Commandments -- The law of genre and the music for Ben-Hur -- King of kings and the problem of repetition -- Suoni nuovi, suoni antichi : the soundscapes of Barabbas -- Universality, transcendence, and collapse : music and the greatest story ever told.
ISBN 9780253014511 (paperback)
9780253014436 (hardcover)
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Author Meyer, Stephen C., 1963-
Subject Motion picture music -- History and criticism.
Bible films -- United States.
Film composers.
Descript x, 272 pages : illustrations, music ; 23 cm
Content text
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Contents A biblical story for the post-World War II generation? : Victor Young's music for DeMille's Samson and Delilah -- Turning away from "concocted spectacle" : Alfred Newman's score for David and Bathsheba -- Spectacle and authenticity in Miklós Rózsa's Quo vadis score -- Novel and film, music and miracle : Alfred Newman's score to The robe -- Spirit and empire : Elmer Bernstein's score to The Ten Commandments -- The law of genre and the music for Ben-Hur -- King of kings and the problem of repetition -- Suoni nuovi, suoni antichi : the soundscapes of Barabbas -- Universality, transcendence, and collapse : music and the greatest story ever told.
ISBN 9780253014511 (paperback)
9780253014436 (hardcover)
Author Meyer, Stephen C., 1963-
Subject Motion picture music -- History and criticism.
Bible films -- United States.
Film composers.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL 6th Floor  ML 2075 M6  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Motion picture music -- History and criticism.
Bible films -- United States.
Film composers.
Descript x, 272 pages : illustrations, music ; 23 cm
Content text
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Contents A biblical story for the post-World War II generation? : Victor Young's music for DeMille's Samson and Delilah -- Turning away from "concocted spectacle" : Alfred Newman's score for David and Bathsheba -- Spectacle and authenticity in Miklós Rózsa's Quo vadis score -- Novel and film, music and miracle : Alfred Newman's score to The robe -- Spirit and empire : Elmer Bernstein's score to The Ten Commandments -- The law of genre and the music for Ben-Hur -- King of kings and the problem of repetition -- Suoni nuovi, suoni antichi : the soundscapes of Barabbas -- Universality, transcendence, and collapse : music and the greatest story ever told.
ISBN 9780253014511 (paperback)
9780253014436 (hardcover)

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