Cinema e musica
|Published in||Musica domani. 2017, vol. 176, p. 19-26|
|Abstract||Music and film are both perceived in temporal sequence; there are peaks of emotion and also the accumulation of emotion during the performance’s time (in concert-hall or theaters or home supports). Melancholia by Lars van Trier is presented as a wonderful example of the intimate relation between musical score and images. The eight minutes long beginning blends music, film and painting and sets off the melancholic mood of the whole film.|
|Keywords||Music — Film — Melancholia|
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|LOMBARDO, Patrizia. Cinema e musica. In: Musica domani, 2017, vol. 176, p. 19-26. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:96921|