The third volume of film music information (the first two being Film Music: From Violins to Video and Keeping Score), this compilation of film and television productions and the composers of their musical scores has become the handiest reference source in the film field. The reader and researcher can find the musical score by checking the composer's name, the title of the film, or the year of the film's release. Additions and corrections from the previous editions are included, and all three volumes are the same size and format. The three volumes cover the film and television music field from 1986 to 1988 and include a discography of scores by H. Steven Wright, music librarian at Northern Illinois University.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.76(w) x 8.70(h) x 2.06(d)|
About the Author
James L. Limbacher is the author of 14 books, including Using Films (1967),Four Aspects of the Film (1968), A Reference Guide to Audiovisual Information (1972, Feature Films on 8mm, 16mm and Videotape (biennially), and Haven't I Seen You Somewhere Before? (1991). He has hosted a radio program on film music and five TV series and written many articles, radio and TV programs, and films, including The Man Called Edison, which won a gold Medallion at the Atlanta Film Festival. He received the Leo Award at the 1990 American Film and Video Festival "in recognition of faithful and caring service to the film/video community." H. Stephen Wright is a music librarian at Northern Illinois University.