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Author: kevin245
Posted: Apr 23 2021 - 07:49 PM
Subject: Classical Composers that Contributed to/Influenced Film Scoring Techniques. Music
Now I’m not asking for a list of film composers that are/were also Classical composers. I’m looking for more strictly Classical Composers who inspired musical techniques used in films. I was listening to Strauss’s Eine Alpensinfonie, and when I began to thinking about it I realized how many of his techniques, not just harmonically, but instrumentally are frequently encountered in film music (particularly parts for Bass and Percussion). Now obviously a large part of this is due to it being programmatic music, so composers such as Holst and Liszt are bound to come to mind as well, but still, who are some other Classical Composers whose techniques are still frequently encountered in film music, and what particular Techniques? I’m just curious. Thanks.
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