Intensive Introduction to Film Scoring

Course Number
FS-221
Description

This intensive introduction to the field of film scoring is intended for current and prospective film scoring majors, as well as other students looking for a more in-depth exploration of the field of film scoring. In addition to the investigation of the aesthetic relationship between film and music, discussion of the many functions of film music with analysis of its most effective application to dramatic situations, and exploration of career opportunities in film and television music, this course will present early opportunities for a student to start scoring simple film cues.

Credits
2
Prerequisites
LENG-106 or LENG-111, PW-111, ET-111, and MTEC-111
Required Of
FILM majors
Electable By
All B.M. and P.D. students
Major Elective for
Contemporary Writing and Production
Songwriting
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring, Summer
Location
Boston
Valencia
Department
FILM
Course Chair
Sean McMahon
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