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Errmann North Bernstein and Rosenman analyzing the scores of many well known or remarkable films almost scene by scene Each chapter is written in clear non technical language for the general reader as well as film and music enthusiasts..

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  • Dave Williams

    FREE DOWNLOAD É The Composer in Hollywood The Composer in HollywoodAn interesting insight into the world and lives of Hollywood composers in the golden era and its aftermath My attention flagged a little in the Miklos Rozsa chapter which felt like it went on a little too long with just descriptions of how the music worked for specific scenes of specific films and there are a few typos in later chapters There's a degree of music tech talk but not too much for general non musicologist readers like me Palmer's personal opinions on the state of “current” film music the book was published in 1990 are clear enough – especially in the epilogue – and reminded me somewhat of those espoused by poster artist Drew Struzan in his book viz “fings ain't what they used to be”