Sonic Histospheres: Sound Design and History
Author(s): Greiner, Rasmus
This article explores the role played by film sound in the audio-visual construction of historical dimensions of experience. This exploration does not treat the auditory level in isolation but considers how it interacts with moving images, montages, aesthetic and narrative concepts within the audio-visual histosphere.
Greiner, Rasmus: Sonic Histospheres: Sound Design and History. In: Research in Film and History. New Approaches (2018), S. 1–34. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26092/elib/101.
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