Dramatic Notes: Foregrounding Music in the Dramatic Experience

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University of Luton Press, 1998 - Art - 148 pages
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A layman's guide to the way composers create music to support drama, Dramatic Notes encompasses drama in the form of film, theater, opera, radio, and television. Central to the book is a series of interviews with distinguished composers and directors such as Judith Weir, Barrington Pheloung, George Fenton, John Schlesinger, and Richard Rodney Bennett.

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Neil Brand is a composer and performer whose music includes the BBC Radio 4's new adaptation of War and Peace. He is known internationally as one of the world's leading improvising and silent film pianists.

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