Assignment # 14 Inspiring Movie Soundtracks
Select ONE song from the video below. Use the time stamps to navigate through the video. Once you have selected the song you wish to use for this assignment listen to it numerous times and then answer the questions below.
0:00:00 EAGLE EYE: Loss of a Twin (Brian Tyler)
0:04:25 TRANSFORMERS: There is No Plan (Steve Jablonsky)
0:08:02 THE TAKING OF PELHAM 123: You A Yankees Fan? (Harry Gregson-Williams)
0:10:03 LORD OF THE RINGS: The Breaking of The Fellowship (Howard Shore)
0:18:10 TRANSFORMERS: There is No Plan (Steve Jablonsky)
0:24:18 PASSENGERS: End Titles (Edward Shearmur)
0:28:45 THE LAST SAMURAI: A Small Measure of Peace (Hans Zimmer)
0:36:44 LONE SURVIVOR: Lone Survivor (Steve Jablonsky)
0:40:23 THOR: Into Eternity (Brian Tyler)
0:44:01 GLADIATOR: Now We Are Free (Hans Zimmer)
0:52:10 TEARS OF THE SUN: Theme (Hans Zimmer)
1:00:52 JURRASIC PARK: Opening Titles (John Williams)
1:04:50 A BEAUTIFUL MIND: Looking for the Next Great Idea (James Horner)
1:07:52 MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: Injection (Hans Zimmer)
1:12:42 AVATAR: Becoming One Of ‘The People’ (James Horner)
1:20:25 INCEPTION: Time (Hans Zimmer)
Inspiring Movie Soundtracks
Select your class
Mr. S Period 2
Ms. Rondeau Period 4
Mr. S Period 6
Mr. S Period 7
What movie did you select ? Please list movie name and composer.
Why did you select this movie?
What instruments do you predominately hear in your movie?
What is your first impression of music in your movie?
What is the music telling you in the song you selected?
Did you like the music in the song you selected? Justify your answer.
What elements of tension did you hear in the scene you selected?
Extreme Register of Instruments
What elements of relaxation did you hear in the scene you selected?
Notes of longer duration
Smoothness in articulation
Rest or Space
Emphasis on chord tones
What function(s) of film music are being used in your selected scene?
Intensify or Relax the pace of the film.
To reflect emotion
Parallel or underscore the action
To create an atmosphere of time or place
To create comedy
To provide unity or coherence to a story by using a leitmotif.
To play against the action
Justify your answers on why you selected the function(s) in the previous question.
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