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Music 80 M Film Music
Enrollment • 385 students allowed according to room size • All students not officially enrolled must leave • The Fire Marshal will be visiting class and will force you to leave if still here • Before you go, write down arts. ucsc. edu/faculty/cope/music 80 m. html The class website - this is where you will be notified if openings arise and you are wait listed. All students who have written me are waitlisted.
Enrollment • If you decide to drop the class during class today, leave your name with one of the TAs and simply go. No hard feelings. We’ll fill your spot as soon as we can. • If you decide to drop sometime outside of class, please tell me know so at [email protected] edu
Spring 2010 • • • T/Th 12 -1: 45 Office Hours: T/Th 2: 00 -4: 00 Office: DARC 337 email: [email protected] edu Tas: Giacomo Fiore - [email protected] com Aaron Reed - [email protected] com Daniel Munoz - fungus [email protected] com
Website • arts. ucsc. edu/faculty/cope/music 80 m. html • Where I will place everything you need to know about this course • Class syllabus is here • All Powerpoints will be here • Film choosing link will be here • Reviews will be here • Sample tests will be here • Memorize the above address!!!!!
Teacher • David Cope, Professor Emeritus • Background – Uncle: sound for Sunset Blvd. sound for Rear Window – Uncle: Universal Studios Art – Cousin: continuity for sitcoms – Cousin: actress in Frasier – Degree in film from USC • Spielberg • Lucas – Many students in film music
Textbook • Listening to Movies, Fred Karlin. Shirmer Books, • I know, it’s expensive, but it’s all you’ll need, and we will be using it a great deal. • Do not try to take this class without it.
Two Tests • Mid-term of 100 questions • Final of 200 questions • All multiple choice and machine graded
Two Papers • Mid-term (spotting session) • Final (spotting session and analysis five pages double-spaced minimum) • Hardcopy or online preferred (Word format).
Films • Each student will be required to have two different films for your papers. • No student can have the same film as another student • Films will be chosen from those listed on a special website that I will post on the class website this afternoon. • Sign in. • Only films with check boxes are possible choices.
Films • I have seen all of these films and know their soundtracks • Films not appearing here are omitted because – I have not seen them – Soundtracks are not that interesting – Composer too heavily represented already – Am covering in class – Etc.
Films • Do not try to switch films with someone else • Do not try to convince me to add a film • Let me know if you cannot find the film you’ve chosen • Films are available on a first-come firstserve basis, sorry. . . • Films that you never heard of, or don’t like, are actually better choices!
Films • Don’t give the website out to other people • Don’t try to select more than two films by creating a new connection with your room mate’s name • Remember - messing this up will hurt your fellow class members. Let’s play fair.
Films • Rent your films. • Buy your films online. • Rent your films from Netflix or other source. • Download your films. • See them in the library Media Center. • Borrow your films from someone. • Buy your films used at Streetlight.
Attendance • Mandatory • Each class will have a quiz where I will play a film score. You will write down the film name and/or the composer’s name along with your own name on a sheet of paper. • No harm, no foul. All correct answers receive extra credit. Incorrect answers, get no extra credit. We take roll from these sheets of paper. One sheet per customer - no handing in sheets for friends.
Grading • • Test 1 (mid-term): 20% Test 2 (final): 33% Paper 1 (mid-term): 15% Paper 2 (final): 32% • Attendance - miss more than three classes and risk failure. • Extra credit - three or more correct answers and increase grade by half a step.
Grading • I do grade on percentage • I do not grade on the curve • If you learn what I ask you to learn, attend class, do the reading, do well on the tests, write great papers, then you get an A, no matter how many others get an A. • And so on.
EMAIL • For excused absences please email Giacomo Fiore - [email protected] com • For legitimate questions or suggestions email David Cope - [email protected] edu • We receive literally hundreds of emails a day, so we’ll answer questions in class and probably not answer directly. Sorry in advance. . • Also, check the website, Cope runs it directly and may answer some questions there.
Class overview in a nutshell
Week 1 • Basics • silent film • Historic film Alexander Nevsky (1938 Prokofiev) • Eisenstein and Prokofiev collaborated rather than working separately; impossible today because of the large number of people required to make today’s films.
Week 2 • Detail: The Adventures of R Hood Erich Korngold • also • Wuthering Heights (1939) Alfred Newman • Laura (1944) David Raksin
Week 3 • • Detail: Dark Victory Max Steiner (1939) also Maltese Falcon (1941) Adolf Deutsch Bambi (1942) Frank Churchill
Week 4 • • Detail: Spellbound Miklós Rózsa (1945) also On the Waterfront (1954) Leonard Bernstein High Noon (1952) Dimitri Tiomkin
Week 5 • Detail: North by Northwest (1959) Bernard Herrmann • also • Vertigo/Psycho (1958/1960) Bernard Herrmann • La Dolce Vita (1960) Nino Rota mid-term exam, first paper due (February 14 at class time)
Week 6 • Detail: The Spirit of Saint Louis (1957) Franz Waxman • also review/midterm • East of Eden (1954) Leonard Rosenman • A Hard Day's Night (1964) Beatles
Week 7 • Detail: The Untouchables (1987) Ennio Morricone • also • West Side Story (1961) Leonard Bernstein • The Color Purple (1985) Quincy Jones • Amadeus (1984) W. A. Mozart
Week 8 • Detail: The Magnificent Seven (1960) Elmer Bernstein • also • 2001 (1968) Strauss, Ligeti • Planet of the Apes (1968) Jerry Goldsmith • Edward Sissorhands (1990) Danny Elfman
Week 9 • Detail: Close Encounters 3 rd Kind (1977) John Williams • also • Koyaanisqatsi (1983) Philip Glass • Blade Runner (1982) Vangelis • Never Cry Wolf (1983) Mark Isham
Week 10 • Detail: Mo' Better Blues (1990) Branford Marsalis • Dreams (1990) Shinichiro Ikebe • Milagro Beanfield War (1988) Dave Grusin • Review
We will also cover • • Video game music Music for television Music for commercials One day for your favorite films and the music in them • A couple of surprise guests • Reviews for all tests • Sample previous papers online
Final Exam • Wednesday, June 9, 8: 00 -11: 00 AM • Final papers due at this time.
Questions • Will we get a break each class? Yes. • Can we play Tetris on our computers during class? No. TAs will roam and check, and so will I. • Can we be late to class? No. • Will you end class on time? Yes. • Is food or drink allowed in class? No. • Can we bring bicycles or skateboards to class? No.