The Music of James Bond. ByJon Burlingame.New York:Oxford University Press,2012.

@article{Bushard2014TheMO,
  title={The Music of James Bond. ByJon Burlingame.New York:Oxford University Press,2012.},
  author={Anthony J. Bushard},
  journal={Journal of the Society for American Music},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={412 - 415}
}
“Moross regarded each scene as though it were part of an opera to which he supplied appropriate music to enhance the emotional and dramatic content. The music needed to tell the story as much as (if not more than) the dialogue” (100). Whitmer also highlights Moross’s use of rhythm. In the standard western, the rhythmic aspect of the film score is usually straightforward, maintaining a consistent beat with little syncopation. However, in The Big Country, “few of the metric constructions… 

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