Table of contents for Changing tunes : the use of pre-existing music in film / edited by Phil Powrie and Robynn Stilwell.

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Contents
List of Contributors	vii
Introduction	ix
PART I: PRE-EXISTING CLASSICAL FILM SCORES
1 Ears wide open: Kubrick's Music
Claudia Gorbman	1
2 Classical Music, Ambiguity and Film
Mike Cormack	19
3 The Godfather Part III: Film, Opera and the Generation of Meaning
Lars Franke	31
4 High and Low Culture: Bizet's Carmen and the Cinema
Ann Davies	46
5 Reconsidering Amadeus: Mozart as Film Music 
Jeongwon Joe	57
6 The Troll Amongst Us
Kristi A. Brown	74
PART II: POPULAR MUSIC AND FILM
7 Queer Pleasures: The Bolero, Camp and Almodóvar
Vanessa Knights	91
8 Music, Electricity, and the 'Sweet Mystery of Life' in 
	Young Frankenstein
Raymond Knapp	105
9 Popular Song as Leitmotiv in Pulp Fiction and Trainspotting
Ronald Rodman	120
10 The Fabulous Destiny of the Accordion in French Cinema
Phil Powrie	138
11 Vinyl Communion: The Record as Ritual Object in Girls'
	Rites-of-Passage Films
Robynn Stilwell	153
12 Narrating Sound: The Pop Video in the Age of the Sampler
Timothy Warner	168
Filmography	181
Bibliography	189
Index	200

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion picture music -- History and criticism.
Motion picture music -- Analysis, appreciation.