Worlds of Film Music
Contributors include: ABDALLA UBA ADAMU, B. BALASUBRAHMANIYAN, BRENDA BERRIAN, GREG BOOTH, ERIC A. GALM, JOSEPH GETTER, MARILYN MILLER, MARTIN STOKES, SUMARSAM, and SUE M.C. TUOHY.
Hardcover is un-jacketed.
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"Global Soundtracks provides a wide range of interesting and scholarly material. It is a welcome addition to a growing body of scholarship focused on traditionally marginalized and less well-known cinemas."—Wendy Everett, reader, University of Bath
"We are in good hands with Slobin and his collaborators. Readers will delight in the journey of Global Soundtracks, which gives sound insights into scores ranging from Angelitos negros to Donald Duck."—Caryl Flinn, author of Brass Diva: The Life and Legends of Ethel Merman
"The essays in Global Soundtracks are without exception rewarding for their grounded knowledge of the musical traditions, historical context, cultural complexities and political and economic forces within and among world film industries. This collection would also serve as an excellent background to the close analysis that scholars and students in the fields of cinema and popular music studies might pursue."—Helen O'Shea, Popular Music
"Providing a broad survey of film music practices around the world, by emphasizing the cultural, historical and creative specificities of musical practices in varied cinema contexts, Global Soundtracks makes for a much required intervention into the broader rubric of studying world cinema."—Aparna Sharma, Film-Philosophy
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