Romanticism and Film

Franz Liszt and Audio-Visual Explanation
 
 
Bloomsbury Academic USA (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 26. November 2020
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  • 264 Seiten
 
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The relationship between Romanticism and film remains one of the most neglected topics in film theory and history, with analysis often focusing on the proto-cinematic significance of Richard Wagner's music-dramas. One new and interesting way of examining this relationship is by looking beyond Wagner, and developing a concept of audio-visual explanation rooted in Romantic philosophical aesthetics, and employing it in the analysis of film discourse and representation.

Using this concept of audio-visual explanation, the cultural image of the Hungarian pianist and composer Franz Liszt, a contemporary of Wagner and another significant practitioner of Romantic audio-visual aesthetics, is examined in reference to specific case studies, including the rarely-explored films Song Without End (1960) and Lisztomania (1975).
This multifaceted study of film discourse and representation employs Liszt as a guiding-thread, structuring a general exploration of the concept of Romanticism and its relationship with film more generally. This exploration is supported by new theories of representation based on schematic cognition, the philosophy of explanation, and the recently-developed film theory of Jacques Rancière.

Individual chapters address the historical background of audio-visual explanation in Romantic philosophical aesthetics, Liszt's role in the historical discourses of film and film music, and various filmic representations of Liszt and his compositions. Throughout these investigations, Will Kitchen explores the various ways that films explain, or 'make sense' of things, through a 'Romantic' aesthetic combination of sound and vision.
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Will Kitchen is completing his PhD at the University of Southampton, UK. He sits on the editorial board of the journal Romance, Revolution and Reform and has been published in the journal Emergence. In 2015 he was awarded the University of Southampton Vice-Chancellors Award for Film Studies.
Introduction

1.Culture and Transcendence: Three Explanations of Romanticism
2.The Archaeology of Film Music: Wagner, Liszt and the Symphonic Poem
3.Audio-Visual Explanations of Franz Liszt and His Music: Cultural Image and Schematic Types
4.'Nothing untrue, simply convenient': Song Without End (1960) and the Hollywood Composer Biopic
5.'Piss off, Brahms!': Lisztomania (1975) and Ken Russell in 1975


Conclusion

Appendix A. Music and Language
Appendix B. Wagnerian Terminology and Film
Bibliography
Index
With topics ranging from the archaeology of film music to the representational politics of musicians' biopics, Romanticism and Film is an expansive and theoretically savvy addition to the study of the relationship between film and musical aesthetics. * Carlo Cenciarelli, Lecturer, School of Music, Cardiff University, UK *

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