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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing Limited
Most film-goers are unaware of the fact that, in the background, there is usually music to be heard, though specific themes and other compositions may stress the actions that are seen, usually in a most attractive and exciting way. This quality is best perceived when the composer has exceptional talent. Too little is known about the good composers who usually come from a background of classical training and experience The film-goer may be quite unaware of the fact that the music has in many cases enhanced the quality of the film. It has been exhilarating to explore this aspect and to identify the ways in which the relatively lesser known composers have also provided this quality; but the titans deserve the greatest attention and highest praise..Krikler, Anne is the author of 'Magic of Music in Film', published 2007 under ISBN 9781906210205 and ISBN 1906210209.