Music, Sound, and the Moving Image

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Music, Sound, and the Moving Image (2010), 4, (1), 109–129.

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Cooper, David (2005) Bernard Herrmann's The Ghost and Mrs Muir: A Film Score Guide, Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press Google Scholar

Long, Michael (2008) Beautiful Monsters: Imagining the Classic in Musical Media, Berkeley: University of California Press Beautiful Monsters: Imagining the Classic in Musical Media Google Scholar

Neumeyer, David (2009) 'Diegetic/Nondiegetic: A Theoretical Model', Music and the Moving Image Vol. 2/1 Google Scholar

Smith, Jeff (2009) 'Bridging the Gap: Reconsidering the Border between Diegetic and Nondiegetic Music', Music and the Moving Image Vol. 2/1 Google Scholar

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Cooper, David (2001) Bernard Herrmann's Vertigo: A Film Score Handbook, Westport, Connecticut and London: Greenwood Press Google Scholar

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Truffaut, François (with Helen G. Scott) (1985) Hitchcock, New York: Simon & Schuster Hitchcock Google Scholar

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