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date: 07 August 2020

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This chapterexamines issues related to the potential of “vivid listening” for music’s temporal figurations in and of material contexts. It considers how listening in film becomes a problem for analysis, and analyzes how recontextualizing music in cinematic settings interacts with experiences of their temporal unfolding. It discusses the different aspects or components of listening in film and in music, and suggests that listening in/to music and listening to/in film differ from processing and figuring a score or scenario.

Keywords: vivid listening, film music, temporal figurations, temporal unfolding, material contexts, cinematic settings

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