128 страниц. 2011 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Film music scholarship is an area of research that will hopefully continue to grow and find relevance in college level music courses. As technology and special effects become more advanced, so do the techniques for incorporating soundtracks into films. Film soundtracks are now a genre all their own, with C.D.s often available for purchase separate from the sale of the movie itself. This book focuses on the techniques used in the film "Secret Window" (David Koepp, 2004) and how the author hears them reflecting the plot. The score to this film was written by Philip Glass and Geoff Zanelli. The soundtrack of this film is not one sold separately from the film itself, nor is it a soundtrack that contains tunes that the audience will remember. However, as the author explains, specific sounds within the score work with scenes and images of the film to not just support the scene, but actively tell the story.