Nowadays, several films are released in a day. Music does attach in that movie. Sometimes, music inserted in the scene is more popular than the movie. Movies and music are inseparable. If music is not in movie, it will be monotonous. After the movie finished, people said. “What comes to mind now, music has just been inserted into the climactic scene!” In general,music is effectively used to reveal overall atmosphere of the film or emotions of characters. Despitemusic has very different roles in the film, it is only a means to convey what manufactures want to show the audience. Furthermore, music will exert its power with the movie, not alone. The limitation of music in film is that music should not undermine the intrinsic value of the music.
First of all, music in movie is a means. Music does not express the mood, but maximize it. For example, in the endof ‘The Godfather part Ⅲ’, these scenes reveal feelings of main character. The audience who watch the movie, sympathize with him already. Music can make the scene more sadly. 'Immortal beloved' is another example. Masterpieces of Beethoven reveal his love effectively, but it might be enough to express his sincere heart by using facial expressions or showing behavior without his music. Music is not evoke era of time period. What makes aware the era is set of movie such as items, clothes, and character's accent. Music does not have the phases of the time. Music is not support leitmotif of the movie. Leitmotif is a motif or theme associated throughout a drama with a particular scene. When music is played specific scene, people can remind the previous scene easily. However, without movie, it can be possible to stick in the memory of audience. The contributory factor is repeated action of main characters. This
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is not the function of music.
Secondly, film music as independent genre does not exist together with the movie. There are plenty of dispute between music market and film industry. Dispute about copyrighted fee has still continued. Furthermore, some...