Whichever romantic scene seems to be incomplete without a tender violin tune. A menacing presence of Indianscannot be labeled as hazardous with no fast bass drumming. The brass section might sound like a heroic sentiment and a sax perhaps brings to mind lusciousness. It is not easy to recreate a set based on music. Only the skilled ones can direct images to a magical point in which making the spectators laugh, cry or even tremble in their seats is what music is brought for. This meticulous and enjoyable proposal clears the way to readers who would be pleased to value soundtracks much more phrasing their thoughts wisely.
There are movies that could be seen with closed eyes, something not exaggerated, considering the extraordinary music of some films. This book offers an informative and entertaining proposal through ten great masterpieces of cinema that will allow the reader to acquire judgment.
Lamberto del Álamo has a degree in Musicology from the Complutense University of Madrid, Music Teacher, Saxophonist and Clarinetist and author of Educational Materials of a Musical Nature for the main Spanish publishers.Expert in the study and dissemination of Film Music, he is also the author of "The psychopath who loved Beethoven", an introduction for those who seek to know the art of the composition of soundtracks.
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