Musical film

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  • Robert Louis Fosse

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    went back to dancing. One of Fosse’s first parts was when he briefly appeared in the MGM movie musical Kiss Me Kate (1953). This caught the attention of George Abbott, Broadway director, and Jerome Robbins, choreographer. In 1954, Fosse choreographed Pajama Game, and it was directed by George Abbott. Fosse earned his first Tony Award for Best Choreography because of Pajama Game. Another popular musical of his was

  • Chicago The Musical Analysis

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    As a dancer, Fosse performed in two very successful musicals, Call Me Mister and Make Mine Manhattan. ("Chicago The Musical"). During the mid 1950’s, Fosse went back to New York and decided that he needed to make a name for himself as a choreographer (“Maslon, Laurence, and Michael Kantor”). Fosse’s first successful hit as a choreographer was “Steam Heat” from the Pajama Game ("Chicago The Musical"). In 1959, with the production of Redhead, Fosse earned the ultimate award

  • Analysis Of The Film ' The Wild Country '

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    The Wild Country is an action Western film set to be released in March 2018. I will be the director of the film, and will mainly take care of the visual aspect of the film. The first scene I will direct in the film is Scene IV. The spotting for the film will occur on November 24th, 2016. The first spotting session will consist of the type of content that will go along with the music in Scene IV. The meeting will be attended by the film composer Richard Marley along with our three music editors Cindy

  • Essay about Depth Analysis of a Movie – "Chicago"

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    Analyzing The Entire Film – "Chicago" (2002) Understanding movies comes from describing and analyzing the cinematic, theatrical, and literary elements that combine to create meaning. These steps create a basic understanding of the artistic and technical elements found in moviemaking. In addition, the major characteristics of different film genres and classic movies will be analyzed. The purpose of this paper is analyzing the Academy Award winning film Chicago. This paper will describe the six

  • Musical Music Vs Musical Movies

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    Musical films are those that involve singing and dancing as the main elements by combining performances of songs and dances. They are usually performed by the main characters, but they can also bring multiples characters into one musical scene. Movies that bring occasional musical scenes, such as Dooley Wilson’s rendition of “As Time Goes By” in Casablanca (1943) movie, are most likely not to be considered a musical film. Musical movies are known for combine movement and sound as the two basic but

  • Aaron Copland Music Analysis

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    contributions to American culture including film. His works includes songs, chamber music, ballets, theater, symphony orchestra, solos, and chorus. Copland’s approach to composing included twelve-tone, a basic exhibition of serialism. Crawford & Hamberlin (2013), describe this style as organizing twelve pitches of the chromatic scale into a unique pattern. This method expressed a way of organizing notes freely, without focusing on a key center. To non-musical ears, the atonality heard is interpreted

  • Chicago the Musical

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    Chicago Launched in 1975, the musical Chicago, created by a talented pair of composers and producers that included both John Kander and Fred Ebb later known as Kander and Ebb. Kander was born on March 18, 1927 in Kansas City, Missouri. His exposure to music began at an early age as a result of having had tuberculosis as a baby. During this time, Kander was cut off and not allowed to be around other people, that separation developed his ability for sound. Kander started piano lessons at the

  • Lion King Paper FInal

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    Nick Moyer  Music 324  November 16th, 2013    Lion King Musical Outline    What musical theatre does best is to be abstract, not literal reality. Julie Taymor director  of The Lion King, did exactly this when she directed the musical The Lion King. The Lion King  Broadway show in 1997 won six Tony awards, eight Drama Desk awards and the Theatrical  World Award. Everything in this show including lighting, choreography, orchestration, scenery,  costume design, and performance all came together to make an unforgettable masterpiece

  • Synchresis In Glas

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    Bert Haanstra’s ‘Glas’ is a short film made in 1958. The film focussed on the process of glass making where two different methods of the process have been screened. Firstly it showed how human beings are individually blowing the glasses and making artistic pieces out of it like decorative materials, bottles, and cups etc., followed by the mechanical large scale mass production of bottles which is mainly done by machines. It is found that the film is divided into three clearly defined chapters. In

  • Penguin Ballet Analysis

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    A composer depends entirely upon the nature of the film for all the clues needed to write a suitable score for a film. Brought into the production after a certain amount of film has been shot, the films concept will dictate how the composer will write the music. Whether based on the story line, or providing information by setting an atmospheric state, film music will always have different purposes between different films. Penguin Ballet by Nigel Westlake was composed to focuses upon the graceful