Table of contents for Unsettling scores : German film, music, and ideology / Roger Hillman.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Establishing a Tonal Center
2. Music as Cultural Marker in German Film
3. History on the Soundtrack: The Example of Beethoven's Ninth
4. A Wagnerian German Requiem: Syberberg's Hitler (1977)
5. Alexander Kluge's Songs without Words: Die Patriotin (1979)
6. Fassbinder's Compromised Request Concert: Lili Marleen (1980)
7. The Great Eclecticism of the Filmmaker Werner Herzog
8. Pivot Chords: Austrian Music and Visconti's Senso (1954)
Conclusion: Film Music and Cultural Memory
Notes
Select Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures and music -- Germany.
Motion picture music -- Germany -- History and criticism.
National socialism and motion pictures.