Subject: Music, Essay
Topic: Silent Film music
BOOK : SILENT FILM SOUND BY RICK ALTMAN
BOOK : THE SOUNDS OF EARLY CINEMA EDITED BY PICHARD ABEL AND RICK ALTMAN
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An academic essay on a subject agreed with the tutor which must be related to issues discussed in the module. The essay should be about 2000 words in length. It must include scored musical examples, full referencing and bibliography.
So i have done the introduction and it is 500 words so they left only 1500 that is why i'm paying for 1500 words and i could send it to you if u like so u know the point i'm writing. i want to include nickelodeon.
It must be finish about 12 o'clock because i'm hand it in at 1 on Monday 16th of January.
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Language Style: English (U.K.)
Music is the art that people can express their feelings from the combination of the instrument’s notes. The word “music” originates from the Greek word '' μουσική '' which means “The art of the Muses”. “Muses” were the Greek goddesses who create the inspiration of literature and arts in the ancient culture with poetic lyrics and myths. In theory, to create music, or maybe it would be more accurate to say to create sound, some special things such as notes, tempo, rhythm, scales, chords, harmony, melody and especially instruments to take out the sound are needed. As many composers say, composing music is like using all your skills to bring out what you are thinking, feeling and have in mind, to expose your bare soul the moment of the situation you are composing for. So, music creates emotions that we are already capable of feeling, it is enjoyable and makes us feel good and sometimes makes us want to dance and that is based on a biology theory. Also, music can relate with mathematics as many philosophers said. Music is everywhere, in radios, CDs, films/movies. As people know, films without sound are not understandable. This is the reason why back in the early years of films, the producers soon decided to connect their pictures, movements and ideas with sound. Silent films began to have more meaning through them. The 1920's, stands out of the history because of the radical changes that America underwent. In that decade, America, while being one of the wealthiest countries, had the resources to evolve in almost every field and therefore many effective changes in fashion, hairstyles, entertainment and music are recognised. Therefore, all films during that period were acknowledged from the wide public as one of the most powerful factors of the contemporary life. At the beginning of that time it was found from the industry that the popularity could help with propagate to itself the relative for arts of music. During the influential years of the Silent Films, the musical accompaniment was reinforced by a pianist striking a tuneless mechanical instrument, with the same loud tunes and melodies in the ears of someone, whether the screen showed a romantic scene of two lovers kissing or a villain threatening an innocent civilian. But during the 1920's all this had been changed when large images began to circulate with a specially prepared effective score. Major film industries presented the known deluxe shows with symphony orchestras to accompany films but also involved short presentations on stage in the context of full scale recreational programs which often included actors, singers or a variety of show acts. In the early 1920's, Jazz ruled the background music on films, but regularly films with variety in their music gave the opportunity for popular jazz mitigated by the classical music, both accompanied by the film as par