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July 12, 2006

Theology and Film – Music

OK, I need some help. Can any readers point me in the direction of a paper or books that has an extended discussion on film music, from a theological or religious perspective. If you can please drop me an email or leave a comment. In the draft version of the theology and film book that […]

OK, I need some help. Can any readers point me in the direction of a paper or books that has an extended discussion on film music, from a theological or religious perspective. If you can please drop me an email or leave a comment.

In the draft version of the theology and film book that never-was, I had some space for discussing film music, but after three weeks of this current Berklee course on Film Scoring, I can see that really needs to be elaborated upon.

Thanks.

[tags] Film Music [/tags]

Responses
Mary Hess 16 years ago

I wish I had a good answer for you! I’ve heard Jeremy Begbie, who teaches at Cambridge I think, give a wonderful address on this topic at the Edinburgh meeting of the media, religion and culture groups, but I don’t know if he’s written anything on it. I hope YOU will write about it, because soundscapes are crucial, and someone trained as a musician and a theologian would have much to offer.

Fernando Gros 16 years ago

Thanks for the comment Mary. In the absence of any work on the subject, I will go ahead and do some writing (well intially some blogging). I’m sure someone would be interested in publishing it (he says with insane naivete!).

Josh 16 years ago

good work…

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