From: Jorge Amaro (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Sep 01 2006 - 04:53:31 PDT
How about Michael Snow's Rameau Nephew?
On 01/09/06, gyoungblood <email suppressed> wrote:
> Thanks all, once again, for your kind responses. My query was indeed for the
> sound unit of the intro course I've taught for the last ten years. I'm tired
> of the examples I've been using, many of which are on the lists you posted.
> But I'm so distracted with other projects that I can't even think about
> this, so I thought I'd avail myself of the wonderful resource that
> Frameworks is. There is nothing more valuable than a community of similar
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Sam Wells" <email suppressed>
> To: <email suppressed>
> Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2006 6:41 PM
> Subject: Re: [FRAMEWORKS] sound in films
> >> With regard to Eraserhead, I have come to wonder if it
> >> wasn't somewhat influenced by the beginning of "The
> >> Silence". Nobody else seems to understand what I mean
> >> tho, but I feel there is the same audiable presence in
> >> both works.
> > Oh I think I know what you mean.
> > Actually Bergman's "Dreams" from the time of the great "Monika" and
> > "Sawdust & Tinsel" has moments that are David Lynch 20 years before
> > "Eraserhead"
> > Big credit for sound design on early David Lynch films should go to Alan
> > Splet and Ann Kroeber.
> > (I'd love to have a DVD edition of "Dune" with the score removed ;-)
> > -Sam
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