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Word, Sound and Music in Radio Drama

Word, Sound and Music in Radio Drama
Author: Pim Verhulst
Publisher: Word and Music Studies
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2023
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9789004549593

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This collection offers an in-depth study of the storytelling functions that music can assume in radio drama alongside words and sounds, featuring a wide range of historical perspectives as well as case studies from Australia, Europe and North America.


Word, Sound and Music in Radio Drama

Word, Sound and Music in Radio Drama
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Publisher: BRILL
Total Pages: 377
Release: 2023-11-27
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9004549609

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This collection offers an in-depth study of music’s narrative functions in radio drama, whether original or adapted, alongside speech and sound. It features a range of historical perspectives as well as case studies from Australia, Europe and North America, highlighting broadcasting institutions such as the BBC, RAI, ABC, WDR and SWR, from early radio to the medium’s postwar golden age and contemporary productions. Not limited to classical or popular music, the chapters also pay attention to electronic varieties and musical uses of language, in addition to intermedial exchanges with other art forms such as theatre, opera and film. In doing so, the present volume sits at the crossroads of various disciplines: musicology, narratology, history, literary, media, sound and radio studies.


Radio-Kultur und Hör-Kunst

Radio-Kultur und Hör-Kunst
Author: Andreas Stuhlmann
Publisher: Königshausen & Neumann
Total Pages: 354
Release: 2001
Genre: Radio audiences
ISBN: 9783826020971

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Mediations

Mediations
Author: Martin Esslin
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 289
Release: 2022-09-01
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 100064572X

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First published in 1980, Mediations supplements, extends, and deepens Martin Esslin’s earlier writings on Samuel Beckett and Bertolt Brecht. In the third section of this collection of essays, Esslin discusses the mass media as dramatic art and their effects – radio as a medium for drama; television’s insatiable appetite for artistic skills, its commercials, and its series, which he labels modern folk epics. Intimately acquainted with the cultural implications of several languages and ideologies and with the possibility for distortion inherent in translating them, Esslin’s Mediations gathers together decades of his rich experience and reflections on cross linguistic and artistic boundaries, as well as theatre. This book will be of interest to students of literature, drama, and media studies.


Writing Audio Drama

Writing Audio Drama
Author: Tim Crook
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 290
Release: 2023-03-31
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 1136875840

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Writing Audio Drama is a comprehensive and intelligent guide to writing sound drama for broadcasting and online production. The book uses new and original research on the history of writing radio plays in the UK and USA to explore how this has informed and developed the art form for more than 100 years. Audio drama in the context of podcasting is now experiencing a global and exponential expansion. Through analysis of examples of past and present writing, the author explains how to originate and craft drama which can explore deeply psychological and intimate themes and achieve emotional, truthful, entertaining, and thought-provoking impact. Practical analysis of the key factors required to write successful audio drama is covered in chapters focusing on audio play beginnings and openings, sound story dialogue, sustaining the sound story, plotting for sound drama and the best ways of ending audio plays. Each chapter is supported by extensive companion online resources expanding and supporting the writers and subjects discussed and explored, and extensive information on how to access online many exemplar and model sound dramas referenced in the chapters. This textbook will be an important resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students taking modules and courses on radio drama, theatre and media drama, audio theatre, audio drama, scriptwriting, media writing.


Franz Liszt’s Songs for Voice and Piano

Franz Liszt’s Songs for Voice and Piano
Author: Małgorzata Gamrat
Publisher: BRILL
Total Pages: 404
Release: 2023-11-27
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9004548866

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How does a Romantic composer approach the poetry he sets: as raw material to be remade, a pretext for self-expression, a sanctified artefact, or a message to be illustrated with music? In my book, I examine Franz Liszt’s songs for voice and piano, which remain little known to scholars, artists, and music lovers alike. The objective is to present Liszt’s songs in all their complexity and diversity as well as identifying the key elements of the composer’s broadly understood song-writing technique – both those that make him unique and those that relate him to the European tradition. This approach also makes it possible to shed light on a major though previously neglected aspect of the composer’s workshop, namely, his work with the poetic text, which to Liszt was just as important as the musical setting.


Radio Art and Music

Radio Art and Music
Author: Jarmila Mildorf
Publisher: Lexington Books
Total Pages: 277
Release: 2020-07-08
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 149859980X

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This book explores the cultural, aesthetic, and political relevance of music in radio art from its beginnings to present day. Contributors include musicologists, literary studies, and cultural studies scholars and cover radio plays, radio shows, and other programs in North American, English, Spanish, Greek, Italian, and German radio.


British Radio Drama

British Radio Drama
Author: John Drakakis
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 300
Release: 1981
Genre: Drama
ISBN: 9780521293839

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Critical and historical essays on plays for British radio.


Theatre of the Mind

Theatre of the Mind
Author: Don Kisner
Publisher: Balance Publishing Company
Total Pages: 167
Release: 2007
Genre: Radio plays
ISBN: 1878298305

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Audio Drama Modernism

Audio Drama Modernism
Author: Tim Crook
Publisher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 342
Release: 2020-11-19
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9811582416

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Audio Drama and Modernism traces the development of political and modernist sound drama during the first 40 years of the 20th Century. It demonstrates how pioneers in the phonograph age made significant, innovative contributions to sound fiction before, during, and after the Great War. In stunning detail, Tim Crook examines prominent British modernist radio writers and auteurs, revealing how they negotiated their agitational contemporaneity against the forces of Institutional containment and dramatic censorship. The book tells the story of key figures such as Russell Hunting, who after being jailed for making ‘sound pornography’ in the USA, travelled to Britain to pioneer sound comedy and montage in the pre-Radio age; Reginald Berkeley who wrote the first full-length anti-war play for the BBC in 1925; and D.G. Bridson, Olive Shapley and Joan Littlewood who all struggled to give a Marxist voice to the working classes on British radio.