The profound influence of the Hollywood musical across geographical and cultural boundaries has long been neglected. This original collection of essays seeks to initiate a new critical debate by approaching classic Hollywood films from perspectives such as 'musicology'. Broadening the scope of previous studies, this volume also examines the manner in which European cinema appropriated the musical to create new meanings. It provides an innovative reading of the influence of the musical on youth culture, and its endorsement in modern dance movies and the music video. The volume covers the themes of: ac Music and Structure ac Classical Hollywood Musical Cinematic Practice ac Star Texts ac European Musical Forms ac Minority Identities ac Youth Cultures This is an entertaining and valuable text for students on degree courses in Film and Music. Thought-provoking and authoritative, it will also be a welcome resource for those researching and teaching in the area.Since the script contained references to the modela#39;s a#39;funny facea#39;, producer Roger Edens decided to use the title and ... Both films were romantic comedies combining contemporary settings with a fairy-tale atmosphere and Cinderella-like anbsp;...
|Author||:||Bill Marshall, Robynn Jeananne Stilwell|
|Publisher||:||Intellect Books - 2000-01-01|