• Leimotifs

    From ggggg9271@gmail.com@21:1/5 to jillia...@adm.monash.edu.au on Tue Sep 10 22:04:17 2019
    On Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at 10:03:39 PM UTC-10, jillia...@adm.monash.edu.au wrote:
    Thanks to everyone for your recent response to my question regarding
    the 1st act of Siegfried, however I now have a different question,
    regarding leitmotifs.

    I have a copy of the Stewart Spencer/Barry Millington book, which I
    use whilst listening/watching The Ring. Although I can read music, I
    am hopeless at singing printed music (or "hearing" it in my head), and
    many of the 67 leitmotifs in the book are not named. I have searched
    the chat room for past posts on the subject (and many thanks to
    Derrick Everitt for a great summary in 2002, which I found very
    informative), however I am wondering if there is any way of finding
    whether the remaining leitmotifs have been named subsequently - or by some-one else? Also does anyone know of a website that allows you to
    listen to the leitmotifs?

    Thanks,

    Jill

    Concerning leitmotifs, have you seen the recent movie MONOS?:

    - We also were giving musical notes to certain characters, like the messenger when he appears on screen, he has a very shrill whistle that allows you lord over the kids.

    http://moveablefest.com/alejandro-landes-monos/

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  • From RANDY WOLFGANG@21:1/5 to gggg...@gmail.com on Wed Sep 11 05:57:13 2019
    On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 1:04:18 AM UTC-4, gggg...@gmail.com wrote:
    On Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at 10:03:39 PM UTC-10, jillia...@adm.monash.edu.au wrote:
    Thanks to everyone for your recent response to my question regarding
    the 1st act of Siegfried, however I now have a different question, regarding leitmotifs.

    I have a copy of the Stewart Spencer/Barry Millington book, which I
    use whilst listening/watching The Ring. Although I can read music, I
    am hopeless at singing printed music (or "hearing" it in my head), and
    many of the 67 leitmotifs in the book are not named. I have searched
    the chat room for past posts on the subject (and many thanks to
    Derrick Everitt for a great summary in 2002, which I found very informative), however I am wondering if there is any way of finding
    whether the remaining leitmotifs have been named subsequently - or by some-one else? Also does anyone know of a website that allows you to listen to the leitmotifs?

    Thanks,

    Jill

    Concerning leitmotifs, have you seen the recent movie MONOS?:

    - We also were giving musical notes to certain characters, like the messenger when he appears on screen, he has a very shrill whistle that allows you lord over the kids.

    http://moveablefest.com/alejandro-landes-monos/

    Hardly the first movie to give motives to characters or events - you should get out more

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  • From REP@21:1/5 to All on Fri Sep 13 15:42:12 2019
    Ahh... so many familiar names in this thread, most of them gone from this Earth. I'm glad you're being more communicative, gggg, but I wish you wouldn't bump these old threads. They're a painful reminder of all the friends we've lost over the years.

    REP

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  • From gggg gggg@21:1/5 to jillian...@adm.monash.edu.au on Sun Mar 7 13:09:36 2021
    On Wednesday, April 2, 2008 at 1:03:39 AM UTC-7, jillian...@adm.monash.edu.au wrote:
    Thanks to everyone for your recent response to my question regarding
    the 1st act of Siegfried, however I now have a different question,
    regarding leitmotifs.
    I have a copy of the Stewart Spencer/Barry Millington book, which I
    use whilst listening/watching The Ring. Although I can read music, I
    am hopeless at singing printed music (or "hearing" it in my head), and
    many of the 67 leitmotifs in the book are not named. I have searched
    the chat room for past posts on the subject (and many thanks to
    Derrick Everitt for a great summary in 2002, which I found very
    informative), however I am wondering if there is any way of finding
    whether the remaining leitmotifs have been named subsequently - or by some-one else? Also does anyone know of a website that allows you to
    listen to the leitmotifs?
    Thanks,
    Jill

    https://groups.google.com/g/rec.music.classical.recordings/c/4igNsAOLuEo

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  • From gggg gggg@21:1/5 to All on Wed Mar 31 14:25:59 2021
    On Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 10:04:18 PM UTC-7,wrote:
    On Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at 10:03:39 PM UTC-10, jillia...@adm.monash.edu.au wrote:
    Thanks to everyone for your recent response to my question regarding
    the 1st act of Siegfried, however I now have a different question, regarding leitmotifs.

    I have a copy of the Stewart Spencer/Barry Millington book, which I
    use whilst listening/watching The Ring. Although I can read music, I
    am hopeless at singing printed music (or "hearing" it in my head), and
    many of the 67 leitmotifs in the book are not named. I have searched
    the chat room for past posts on the subject (and many thanks to
    Derrick Everitt for a great summary in 2002, which I found very informative), however I am wondering if there is any way of finding
    whether the remaining leitmotifs have been named subsequently - or by some-one else? Also does anyone know of a website that allows you to
    listen to the leitmotifs?

    Thanks,

    Jill

    Concerning leitmotifs, have you seen the recent movie MONOS?:

    - We also were giving musical notes to certain characters, like the messenger when he appears on screen, he has a very shrill whistle that allows you lord over the kids.

    http://moveablefest.com/alejandro-landes-monos/

    Concerning the movie "King Kong"(1933):

    - Steiner used a number of new film scoring techniques, such as drawing upon opera conventions for his use of leitmotifs.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Kong_(1933_film)#Post-production

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