The Sound of Suspense:an analysis of music in Alfred Hitchcock films by Nathan Fink

Posted: May 9, 2012 in Unit 4: Award Specific Taught Unit

http://www.marcocosta.it/icmpc2006/pdfs/299.pdf

In the analysis of Nathan Fink 2006, it explains the work of Alfred Hitchcock and how he evokes a feeling of suspense in his films.

‘Music is often used in film to help set the “mood” and to
intensify the viewer’s emotional response to the film.’

 

International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, 2006. The Sound of Suspense: an analysis of music in Alfred Hitchcock films [pdf] Available at: <http://www.marcocosta.it/icmpc2006/pdfs/299.pdf> [Accessed 9 May 2012]

 

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