CFP: Television/Media Sound & Music (1/15/07; collection)

full name / name of organization: 
Graeme Harper
contact email: 
graeme.harper@bangor.ac.uk

The Continuum Companion to Sound in Film and the Visual Media
http://www.continuumbooks.com/

Opportunities for Chapters on Television/Media Sound and/or Music

Deadline: January 15th 2007

The "Continuum Companion to Sound in Film and the Visual Media", aims to be the
most comprehensive companion available to sound and music in film, media and
new media. It will eventually consist of around 300,000 words by expert
contributors from around the world.

Chapters to date include those on such topics as: key TV/Film/New Media
composer studies (John Williams, Randy Newman, Aaron Copland, Danny Elfman,
Hitchcock & Hermann, Philip Glass, Murch and Burtt . . .); TV news music; TV
musicals; MTV; Reality television; Talent shows; Advertising music; the click
track; Early Film Sound; the Synthesizer; BBC Sound History; Voice;
African-American Film Music; Sound Design; the Evolving Soundtrack; Videogame
Music; The History of Sound Technology; ‘Silence’ in Film; Sound in Indian
Cinema.

This *final* call is for Chapters relating to Television sound and/or music.

Other topics might be considered; but television topics (Eg. historical or
technological or contextual topics. Eg. specific period or show based. Eg.
specific network based, technology based) are currently considered the most
likely (ie. the aim is to fill final gaps in the Companion's coverage).

Please send proposed Title and 100 Abstract to creative_at_bangor.ac.uk asap.

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film_and_television