Cultural memory on film soundtracks
This article addresses issues of cultural memory arising from the use of classical music on film soundtracks. The phenomenon is considered in three forms: (1) historical layering, as in Jane Campion's Portrait of a Lady and Kieslowski's Three Colours: Blue; (2) memory and nostalgia, especially in Benigni's Life is Beautiful, and in the possibilities available to classical music in European compared with US films; (3) musical memory in a given culture, from It Happened Here (Brownlow/Mollo)...[Show more]
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