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Medienwissenschaft / Hamburg: Berichte und Papiere

108 / 2010: Science-Fiction-Film.

 

ISSN 1613-7477.

Redaktion und Copyright dieser Ausgabe: Katja Bruns.

Letzte Änderung: 23. April  2010.

Inhalt:

1. Artikel und Bücher

2. Kurze Notizen / Rezensionen zu den einzelnen Filmen, Serien und Komponisten



Musik in Science-Fiction-Film und -Fernsehen
Komp. von Katja Bruns.


Artikel und Bücher:

Allen, Dave: Science-Fiction. How High the Moon? Science Fiction and Popular Music. In: Harper, Graeme (ed.): Sound and Music in Film and Visual Media: A Critical Overview. London/New York: Continuum 2009, pp. 231-249.

Barham, Jeremy: Scoring incredible futures. Science-fiction screen music, and "Postmodernism" as romantic epiphany. In: The Musical Quarterly 91,3-4, 2008, pp. 240-274.

Bond, Jeff: The music of Star Trek. New York: Lone Eagle 1999, 219 pp.

Buhler, James: Star Wars, Music, and Myth. In: Buhler, James / Flinn, Caryl / Neumeyer, David (eds.): Music and cinema. Hanover, NH: Wesleyan University Press, distrib. by University Press of New England 2000, pp. 33-57.

Bush, Richard: The Music of Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers. In: Film music. 1. Ed. by Clifford McCarty. New York: Garland 1989.

Collins, Karen: "I'll be back": Recurrent sonic motifs in James Cameron's Terminator films. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 165-175.

Coyle, Rebecca: Sound and Music in the Mad Max trilogy. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 109-128.

Cranny-Francis, Anne: Mapping cultural auracy: The sonic politics of The Day the Earth Stood Still. In: Social Semiotics 17,1 (Mar 2007), pp. 87-110.

¬ Examines the sound of a particular Hollywood film - the B-Grade 1950 science fiction "classic" The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) - in order to perform a semiotic kind of analysis but also to argue that the analysis needs to encompass not only music, but all sonic elements of the film. Furthermore, the paper argues for development of a cultural auracy that will complement studies of verbal and visual literacies in multimodal and multimedia texts.


Dath, Dietmar: Das Jahrhundert der Jugend als Echokammer. Zukunft in Popmusik und Science-fiction. In: Mainstream der Minderheiten. Pop in der Kontrollgesellschaft. Hrsg. v. Holert, Tom / Terkessedis, Mark. Berlin: Edition ID-Archiv 1996, pp. 139-152.

Donnelly, Kevin J.: Constructing the Future Through Music of the Past: the Software in Hardware. In: Inglis, Ian (ed.): Popular Music in Film. London: Wallflower 2003, pp. 131-147.

Donnelly, Kevin: The Classical Film Score Forever? Batman, Batman Returns and Postclassical Film Music. In: Neale, Steve / Smith, Murray (eds.): Contemporary Hollywood Cinema. London/New York: Routledge 1998, pp. 142-155.

Engel, Charlene: Language and the Music of the Spheres: Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind. In: Silet, Charles L.P. (ed.): The Films of Steven Spielberg. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press 2002, pp. 47-56 ( Filmmakers. 94.).

Eshun, Kodwo: Further Considerations on Afrofuturism. In: CR: The New Centennial Review 3,2, Summer 2003, pp. 287-302.

Evans, Mark: Mapping The Matrix. Virtual Spatiality and the realm of the perceptual. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 188-198.

Gabbard, Glen O. / Gabbard, Krin: The science fiction film and psychoanalysis. Alien and Melanie Klein's night music. In: Psychoanalytic approaches to literature and film. Ed. by Maurice Charney and Joseph Reppen. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press 1987, pp. 171-179.

Gabbard, Krin: Redeemed by Ludwig van: Stanley Kubrick's Musical strategy in A Clockwork Orange. In: Brophy, Philip (ed.): Experiencing the Soundtrack. Sydney: Australian Film Television and Radio School 2001.

Greenwald, T.: The Self-destructing Modules Behind the Revolutionary 1956 Soundtrack of Forbidden Planet. In: Keyboard 12,2, Febr. 1986, pp. 54-65.

Haga, Thor J.: Film Music Ex Narratio. Does Film Music Exist Outside the narrative? Part 3 of 3. In: Film Score Monthly, 28.8.2002,URL: http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/articles/2002/28_Aug---Film_Music_Ex_Narratio_Conclusion.asp.

¬ = Case-in-Point: Alien.


Hannan, Michael / Carey, Melissa: Ambient Soundscapes in Blade Runner. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 149-164.

Hanoch-Roe, Galia: Beethoven's Ninth: An Ode to Choice as Presented in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. In: International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 33,2, 2002, pp. 171-179.

Harley, R.: Creating a Sonic Character: Non-Diegetic Sound in the Mad Max Trilogy. In: Coyle, Rebecca (ed.): Screen Scores: Studies in Contemporary Australian Film Music. Sydney: Allen and Unwin / AFTRS 1998, pp. 16-29.

Hayward, Philip: Danger Retro-Affectivity! The Cultural Career of the Theremin. In: Convergence 3,4, Winter 1997, pp. 28-53.

Hayward, Philip: Music, Technology and Territorialisation in Mars Attacks! In: Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 5,1, 1999, pp. 47-58.

¬ Textual and thematic cluster analysis on the affectivity and significance of musical sounds (and sound technologies). With reference to the work of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari and the application of aspects of their work to uses of music in contemporary cinema.


Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, 214 pp.

¬ Zugl.: London [...]: Libbey 2004, 214 S.

¬ Following a detailed historical introduction to the development of sound and music in the genre, individual chapters analyze key films, film series, composers, and directors in the postwar era. The first part of the anthology profiles seminal 1950s productions such as The Day the Earth Stood Still, the first Godzilla film, and Forbidden Planet. Later chapters analyze the work of composer John Williams, the career of director David Cronenberg, the Mad Max series, James Cameron's Terminators, and other notable SF films such as Space Is the Place, Blade Runner, Mars Attacks!, and The Matrix.

¬ Includes: Introduction: Sci-Fidelity – Music, Sound and Genre History, pp. 1-29.

¬ Inter-Planetary Soundclash: Music, Technology and Territorialisation in Mars Attacks!, pp. 176-187.

¬ Rev. (Kendra Preston Leonard) in: The Journal of Film Music 2,2-4, Winter 2009, pp. 271-273.


Heuger, Markus / Reuter, Christoph: Zukunftsmusik? Science Fiction-Soundtracks und die Vorstellungen vom zukünftigen Musikleben: Das Beispiel Star Trek. In: Musik im virtuellen Raum. Hrsg. v. Bernd Enders u. Joachim Stange-Elge. Osnabrück: Rasch 2000, S. 207-225 (Musik und Neue Technologie. 3.).

¬ Online: http://www.markusheuger.de/theory/zukunft.html.


Hosokawa, Shuhei: Atomic Overtones and Primitive Undertones: Akira Ifukube's Sound Design for Godzilla. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 42-60.

Jakubowski, M.: Music. In: Clute, John / Nicholls, Peter / Stableford, Brian M. (eds): The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, London: Orbit 1995, pp. 840-846.

¬ Other editions: 1995, 1999.


Kärjä, A.-V.: Diegetic music in Star Wars: the case of the Max Rebo Band. In: Richardson, John / Hawkins, Stan (eds): Essays on Sound and Vision. Helsinki: University of Helsinki Press (Yliopistopaino) 2007, pp. 299-324 (Finnish Society for Ethnomusicology Publications. 15.).

Kassabian, Anahid: The Sound of a New Film Form. In: Inglis, Ian (ed.): Popular music and film. London/New York: Wallflower Press 2003, pp 91-101.

Kassabian, Anahid: Rethinking Point of Audition in The Cell. In: Grajeda, T. / Beck, Jay (eds): Lowering the Boom: Critical Studies in Film Sound. Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press 2008, pp. 299-306.

Larson, Randall D.: Musique Fantastique: A Survey of Music in the Fantastic Cinema. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press 1985, viii, 592 pp.

¬ Study of music for sci-fi, horror and fantasy genres . The book provides a historical survey of this particular brand of score throughout the decades, spotlighting the Universal Pictures monster movies of the 1930's and 40's, the 'alien scare' science-fiction films of the 1950's, Japanese monster movies, low-budget horror films of the 1960's by Roger Corman and the like, and the resurgence of & 'fantastic cinema' in the late 1970's and beyond.


Laudadio, Nicholas Christian: Singing Machines. Musical Intelligences and Human Instruments in Science Fiction and Film. Ph.D. Thesis, State University of New York, Buffalo, 2005.
¬ Abstracted in: Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 65,12, June 2005, DA3156959.

¬ The texts under investigation here - Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, Richard Powers's Galatea 2.2, Lloyd Biggle, Jr.'s The Tunesmith, and Fred Wilcox's Forbidden Planet (particularly its accompanying electronic musical score by Bebe and Louis Barron) - all present a mechanical entity that makes possible (through musicality) a profound connection with its "users." This connection tends to manifest itself as an empathic reaction, linking the mechanical and the organic and bridging larger evolutionary rifts in imagined futures.


Laudadio, Nicholas: What Dreams Sound Like: Forbidden Planet and the Electronic Musical Instrument. In: Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 17,4 (=68), Winter 2007, pp. 334-349.

Lerner, Neil: Nostalgia, Masculinist Discourse, and Authoritarianism in John Williams' Scores for Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 96-108.

Lerner, Neil: Music, race, and paradoxes of representation. Jubal Early's musical motif of barbarism in Objects in Space. In: Investigating Firefly and Serenity: Science fiction on the frontier. Ed. by Tanya R. Cochran and Rhonda V. Wilcox. London; New York: I. B. Tauris 2008, pp. 183-190 (Investigating Cult TV.)

Leydon, Rebecca: Forbidden Planet: Effects and Affects in the Electro Avant Garde. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 61-76.

Leydon, Rebecca: Hooked on Aetherophonics: The Day The Earth Stood Still. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 30-41.

McLeod, Ken: Space Oddities: Aliens, Futurism and Meaning in Popular Music. In: Popular Music 22,3, Oct. 2003, pp. 337-355

Murphy, Scott: The Major Tritone Progression in Recent Hollywood Science Fiction Films. In: Music Theory Online, 12,2, 2006. URL: http://mto.societymusictheory.org/index.html.

Neal, Christopher: Marching out of step: Music and otherness in the Firefly/Serenity saga. In: Investigating Firefly and Serenity: Science fiction on the frontier. Ed. by Tanya R. Cochran and Rhonda V. Wilcox. London; New York: I. B. Tauris 2008, pp. 191-200 (Investigating Cult TV.).

¬ On music in the TV-series Firefly.


Papanikolaou, Eftychia: Of Duduks and Dylan: Negotiating the Aural Space. In: Potter, Tiffany / Marshall, C.W (eds.): Cylons in America: Critical Studies in "Battlestar Galactica". New York/London: Continuum 2007, pp. 224-236.

Purohit, Vinayak: Mythology, science fiction, music and Marxist aesthetics. In: Journal of the Indian Musicological Society 18,2, 1987, pp.93-104.

Rosar, William H.: Music for Martians: Schillinger's Two Tonics and Harmony of Fourths in Leith Stevens' Score for War of the Worlds (1953). In: Journal of Film Music 1,4, 2005.
¬ After seeing Steven Spielberg's remake of War of the Worlds on the 4th of July weekend 2005, an old friend who sat with me duringthe screening commented on how effective John Williams' score for it was, and that it reminded her of film noir scores. An interesting coincidence, I thought, as many years earlier I had been struck by how passages in Leith Stevens' score for Paramount's War of the Worlds (1953) reminded me of "crime drama music", music for gangster or detective movies. Why should Stevens and Williams write music for a science fiction film in a style evocative of another film genre?


Rosar, William H.: The penumbra of Wagner's Ombra in two science fiction films from 1951: The Thing from Another World and The Day the Earth Stood Still. In: Joe, Jeongwon / Gilman, Sander L. (eds.): Wagner and Cinema. Foreword by Tony Palmer. Interview with Bill Viola. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press 2010, pp. 152-164.

Scheurer, Timothy E.: Kubrick vs. North: The Score for 2001: A Space Odyssey. In: Journal of Popular Film and Television 25,4, Winter 1998, pp. 172-182.

Scheurer, Timothy E.: Music and mythmaking in film. Genre and the role of the composer. Jefferson, NC: McFarland 2008, 265 pp.

¬ This work studies the conventions of music scoring in major film genres (i.e., science fiction, historical romance, western), focusing on the artistic and technical methods that modern composers employ to underscore and accompany the visual events. Each chapter begins with an analysis of the major narrative and scoring conventions of a particular genre and concludes with an in-depth analysis of two film examples.

¬ Includes a chaptor on "Alien harmonies: the science fiction film".


Scrivani, Richard: Sci-fi serenade. In: Scarlet Street, 22, 1996, pp. 34-39.

¬ On music for American science fiction and monster films of the 1950s.


Smith, Jeff: Sound and Performance in Stephen Sayadian's Night Dreams and Café Flesh. In: The Velvet Light Trap, 59, Spring 2007, pp. 15-29.

Sobchack, Vivian Carol: The music of the spheres. In ihrem: Screening space. The American science fiction film. 2nd, enl. ed. New Brunswick, NJ [...] : Rutgers University Press 2004, pp. 207-215.

¬ 1st ed. 1980.


Théberge, Paul: These are my nightmares: Music and Sound in the films of David Cronenberg. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 129-148.

Thiel, Wolfgang: Musik im Science Fiction Film. In: Musik und Gesellschaft 27,10, Okt. 1977, pp. 585-591.

Whittington, William [Brian]: Sound design & science fiction. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2007, vi, 280 pp.

¬ Considers the evolution of sound design not only through cultural and technological developments during the last four decades, but also through the attitudes and expectations of filmgoers. Fans of recent blockbuster films, in particular science fiction films, have come to expect a more advanced and refined degree of film sound use, which has changed the way they experience and understand spectacle and storytelling in contemporary cinema. -- The book covers recent science fiction cinema in rich and compelling detail, providing a new sounding of familiar films, while offering insights into the constructed nature of cinematic sound design. This is accomplished by examining the formal elements and historical context of sound production in movies to better appreciate how a film sound track is conceived and presented. Whittington focuses on seminal science fiction films that have made specific advances in film sound, including 2001: A Space Odyssey, THX 1138, Star Wars, Alien, Blade Runner (original version and director's cut), Terminator 2: Judgment Day and The Matrix trilogy and games - milestones of the entertainment industry's technological and aesthetic advancements with sound.


Wierzbicki, James: Weird vibrations: how the theremin gave musical voice to Hollywood's extraterrestrial "others" - electronic music from 1950s science fiction films. In: Journal of Popular Film and Television 30,3, Fall 2003, pp. 125-135.

Wierzbicki, James Eugene: Louis and Bebe Barron's "Forbidden planet". A film score guide. Lanham, Md. [...]: Scarecrow Press 2005, xii, 185 S. (Scarecrow Film Score Guides. 4.).

Zuberi, Nabeel: The Transmolecularisation of [Black] Folk: Space is the Place, Sun Ra and Afrofuturism. In: Hayward, Philip: Off the planet: Music, sound, and science fiction cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2004, pp. 77-95.

 


 

Kurze Notizen / Rezensionen zu einzelnen Filmen, Serien und Komponisten

 

Anonymous.: John Williams - Scoring The Phantom Menace. In: Soundtrack! 18,70, Summer 1999, pp. 10-13.

Berger, Ivan: Soundtrack of the Lost Ark. In: Audio 68,11, Nov. 1984, p. 130.

Berkwits, J.: Graeme Revell Journeys to Dune. In: Soundtrack! 19,46, Winter 2000, pp. 4-6.

Biordrowski, Steve / Szebin, Frederick C.: Martian musician: Composer Danny Elfman: On Burtonizing the golden sci-fi scores of the past. In: Cinefantastique 28,7, Jan. 1997, pp. 28-29.

¬ On the score for Tim Burton's Mars Attacks.


Blumenthal, P.: An Interview with Robert Folk. In: Soundtrack! 13,50, June 1994, pp. 11-16.

Brophy, Philip: Clone Tones: Philip Brophy Sounds off on Star Wars. In: Film Comment 38,4, July-Aug. 2002, p. 28.

Brunas, Michael: Attack of the 50 ft. soundtracks. In: Scarlet Street, 20, 1995, pp. 34-36.

¬ On composer Ronald Stein and his work for the science fiction film.


Buchsbaum, T.: A Conversation with David Arnold. In: Soundtrack! 15,59, Sept. 1996, pp. 25-27.

Buchsbaum, T: Restoring Close Encounters. In: Soundtrack! 17,66, June 1998, p. 29.

Burlingame, J.: Lalo Schifrin on Earth-Star Voyager. In: Soundtrack! 8,31, Sept. 1989, p. 20.

Cohen, Richard: A Practical Guide to Re-Hearing 2001. In: New York Review of Science Fiction 12,7 (=139), March 2000, pp. 10-14.

Conway, Ronald: The gurus of sound and light: Science fiction films. In: Quadrant 30,4 (=221), April 1986, p. 38.

de Klerk, T.: Barry Gray: Music with Strings. In: Soundtrack! 12,47, Sept. 1993, pp. 10-13.

Deutsch, Didier C.: Monstrous movie music. In: Soundtrack: The Collector's Quarterly 15,61, March 1997, p. 18.

¬ On music for horror and science fiction films of the 1950s.


Everschor, Franz: Ein Chamäleon der Filmmusik: Flexibilität und Pragmatismus: Der Komponist Jerry Goldsmith. In: Film-Dienst 52,20, Sept. 1999, pp. 45-47.

¬ On the composer who worked for many action, fantasy and science fiction films.


Gallo, Phil: Sun Ra brews blend of jazz and soul sci-fi. In: Variety 393,6, 22.12. 2003, p. 53.

¬ On a DVD edition of John Coney's Space Is the Place.


Gillam, B.: Lack of Progress Report: Fantasy and Science Fiction Films 1973. In: Metro 1,3, 1975, pp. 20-24.

Henderson, K.: Alex North's 2001 and Beyond. In: Soundtrack! 13,49, March 1994, pp. 30-31.

Johnson, Victoria: The politics of morphing: Michael Jackson as science fiction border text. In: The Velvet Light Trap, 32, 1993, Pp. 58-65.

¬ Discusses, among others, Michael Jackson's music video Thriller, directed by John Landis.


Jones, A.: Scoring Invasion Earth The Aliens Are Here! In: Soundtrack! 8,31, Sept. 1989, pp. 45-47.

Koppl, R.: Christopher Franke: The New Babylon 5... Messages from Earth. In: Soundtrack! 16,62, June 1997, pp. 41-43.

Koppl, R.: Trevor Rabin: Armageddon & Enemy of State. In: Soundtrack! 17,68, Winter 1998, pp. 56-59.

Koppl, R.: Tuning in the Past to Change the Future. In: Soundtrack! 19,73, Spring 2000, pp. 28-29, 33-36.

Koppl, R.: Inside The Cell with Composer Howard Shore and Director Tarsem Dhandwar. In: Soundtrack! 19,75, Fall 2000, pp. 24-27.

Kraft, D.: The Sound of 2010. In: CinemaScore, 13/14, Winter/Summer 1985, pp. 41-44.

Landry, C.: Revisiting Nineteen Eighty-Four - An Interview with Dominic Muldowney. In: Soundtrack! 18,70, Summer 1999, pp. 40-41.

Larson, Randall D.: Giorgio Moroder Metropolis. In: CinemaScore, 13/14, Winter/Summer 1985, p. 5.

Larson, Randall D.: Music for Ghostbusters - A Conversation with Elmer Bernstein. In: CinemaScore, 13/14, Winter/Summer 1985, pp. 9-11.

Larson, Randall D.: The Film Music of Ronald Stein. In: CinemaScore, 13/14 Winter/Summer 1985, pp. 52-57.

Larson, Randall D.: The Universal Film Music of Herman Stein. In: CinemaScore, 13/14, Winter/Summer 1985, pp. 24-33.

Larson, Randall D.: Henry Mancini on Scoring Lifeforce and Santa Claus The Movie. In: CinemaScore,
15, Winter/Summer 1987, pp. 25-26.


Larson, Randall D.: Scoring Session New Scores Star Trek IV. In: CinemaScore, 15 Winter/Summer 1987, pp. 3-4.

Larson, Randall D.: Star Trek: and the Fantastic Film Music of Gerald Fried. In: Soundtrack! 9,35, Sept. 1990, pp. 46-47.

Larson, Randall D.: Star Trek: George Duning. In: Soundtrack! 9,35, Sept. 1990, p. 49.

Larson, Randall D.: Star Trek The Next Generation: Ron Jones. In: Soundtrack! 9,35, Sept. 1990, pp. 50-53.

Larson, Randall D.: Hyper Reality: Alan Howarth's synthesized scores & specialized sound effects. In: Soundtrack! 10,38, June 1991, pp. 8-11.

Larson, Randall D.: Barry Gray. In: Soundtrack! 12,47, Sept. 1993, pp. 14-16.

Larson, Randall D.: Music in the Key of Nemo - Mark Snow and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. In: Soundtrack! 16,62, June 1997, pp. 48-52.

Larson, Randall D.: Basil Poledouris on Starship Troopers. In: Soundtrack! 16,63, Sept. 1997, pp. 16-17.

Larson, Randall D.: Making Contact with Alan Silvestri. In: Soundtrack! 16,63, Sept. 1997, pp. 18-21.

Larson, Randall D.: Folk Music - Film Scoring with Robert Folk. In: Soundtrack! 17,65, March 1998, pp. 14-15.

Larson, Randall D.: From Alien Civilizations to Giant Lizards (Bypassing the Killer Robots): David Arnold Saves the World. In: Soundtrack! 17,65, March 1998, pp. 30-31.

Larson, Randall D.: Mark Snow: Scoring the X-Files Movie. In: Soundtrack! 17,66, June 1998, pp. 24-25.

Larson, Randall D.: Lost in Space with Bruce Broughton. In: Soundtrack! 17,66, June 1998, pp. 34-36.

Larson, Randall D.: John Frizzell - From Slimy Aliens to Comic Gangsters: Scoring Alien Resurrection and working with Jim Abrahams on MAFIA. In: Soundtrack! 17,67, Sept. 1998, pp. 32-34.

Larson, Randall D.: Alien Tonalities and Sephardic Traditions – Edward Shearmur: Scoring Species II and The Governess. In: Soundtrack! 17,67, Sept. 1998, pp. 34-36.

Larson, Randall D.: Don Davis in The Matrix. In: Soundtrack! 18,69, Spring 1999, pp. 4-6.

Larson, Randall D.: Joel McNeely's Infectious Music for Virus. In: Soundtrack! 18,69, Spring 999, p. 55.

Larson, Randall D.: X-Files Season VIII Music by Mark Snow. In: Soundtrack! 19,76, Winter 2000, pp. 54-56.

Larson, Randall D.: John Ottoman: Eight Legged Freaks. In: Soundtrack! 21,82, Summer 2002, pp. 4-7.

Larson, Randall D.: A New Enterprise for Dennis McCarthy. In: Soundtrack! 21,82, Summer 2002, pp. 42-44.

Larson, Randall D.: Christopher Young's Journey to the Center of The Core. In: Soundtrack! 21,84, Winter 2002, pp. 5-7.

McCartney, Andra: Alien intimacies - hearing science fiction narratives in Hildegard Westerkamp's Cricket Voice (or 'I don't like the country, the crickets make me nervous'). In: Organised Sound. An International Journal of Music Technology 7,1, 2002, pp.. 45-49.

Neckebroeck, K.: Christopher Young's Species. In: Soundtrack! 14,56, Dec. 1995, pp. 8-11.

Rhodes, C.: Review of Forbidden Planet soundtrack. In: Computer Music Journal 7,1, Spring 1983, pp??

Rosar, William H.: Lost Horizon. An account of the composition of the score. In: Filmusic Notebook 4,2, 1978, p. 42.

Rose, T.: On The Edge of Madness: Marco Beltrami scores the Sci-Fi Cinematic Blood Fest Blade II. In: Soundtrack! 21,81, Spring 2002, pp. 4-8.

Schweiger, D.: Heavy Metal: An Interview with Brad Fiedel. In: Soundtrack! 10,40, Dec. 1991, pp. 19-21.

Schwind, Elisabeth: Im Lichttunnel. Ligetis Musik in Stanley Kubricks 2001. A Space Odyssey. In: Neue Zeitschrift für Musik 164,3, 2003, S. 32-35.

Scrivani, Richard: The Gertzenstein monsters! In: Scarlet Street, 22, 1996, pp. 37-41, 96.

¬ Interviews with composers Irving Gertz and Herman Stein on her work for various horror and science fiction films.


Simak, S.: Craig Safan's music for The Last Starfighter. In: CinemaScore, 13/14, Winter/Summer 1985, pp. 20-21.

Simak, S.: James Horner on Scoring Star Trek III The Search for Spock. In: CinemaScore, 13/14, Winter/Summer 1985, pp. 16-17.

Simak, S.: Star Trek: Alexander Courage. In: Soundtrack! 9,35, Sept. 1990, pp. 44-45.

Sinclair, D.: E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - A Brief Guide to Its Musical Themes and Some Suggestions as to Their Origins. In: Soundtrack! 8,32, Dec. pp. 6-7.

Stoner, D.: Maurice Jarre Scoring Session for Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. In: CinemaScore, 15, Winter/Summer 1987, pp. 10-11.

Szebin, F.: Interview with Danny Elfman. In: Soundtrack! 16,61, 1997, pp. 4-7.

Thaxton, F.: Amazing Music for Amazing Stories. In: CinemaScore, 13/14, Winter/Summer 1985, p. 6.

Thaxton, F.: What Happened to the REAL Score for Invaders from Mars. In: CinemaScore, 15, Winter/Summer 1987, pp. 8-9, 33.

Thaxton, F.: Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace Music Editor Ken Wannberg. In: Soundtrack! 18,70, Summer 1999, pp. 8-10.

Thaxton, F.: David Newman Galaxy Quest. In: Soundtrack! 19,73, Spring 2000, pp. 18-19.

Thaxton, F.: Elia Cmiral's Battlefield Earth. In: Soundtrack! 19,74, Summer 2000, p. 51.

Thaxton, F.: Danny Elfman Revisits the Planet of the Apes. In: Soundtrack 20,79, Fall 2001, pp. 4-6.

 

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