examples do a good job of describing what Is heard in the music.

These examples do a good job of describing what Is heard in the music.

All viewers can hear is the sound of his footsteps as he runs. This silence is broken at (6:45) when the first of several extremely low-pitched, ominous sounds plays. It sounds almost similar to the sound of a gong, and continues one after another in a pattern as Mark continues to run through campus. This is the only non-diegetic sound playing, as the piano tune has ceased. These dark tones are significant because they foreshadow events to soon come in the film.

The music heard during this part of the movie is a stark contrast to one another. When Bond was on the attack the music contained sharp, short and accented notes that lead to an overall dramatic tone and the sense that something was going to happen. Unfortunately for Bond that something was him getting shot. The music here contained long and drawn out notes that differed completely from the sharp, distinct previous notes. These connected notes reinforces the audience’s disbelief that Bond was actually shot.

Also, low pitch sound and humming voice create solemn and sad atmosphere.

The clip opens up with trumpets and horns playing in a triumphant manner as Aragorn prepares and dresses himself for battle.

The clip begins with dramatic music with heavy percussion and a stringed instrument playing very stinger like note sequences.

The mystery theme returns (1:45:40), very slowly and pizzicato, with the strings plucking at the (B-C-C#) melody. It picks up tempo, briefly, as the camera zooms in on Q’s large computer screen with a map labeled “Scotland.”

These examples do not describe what exactly is heard in the music to make it “mysterious”, “triumphant”, “ominous”.  There is no description of instrumentation, tempo, dynamics  etc.

Since the Hogwarts is school for sorcerers, the music sounds like very mysterious and strange but it also conveys the majesty of school.

The segment begins by simultaneously introducing mood music, often renowned as non-diegetic sound, along with the title of the film. The tone of this music immediately establishes somewhat of a calm, laidback vibe.

The ominous music provides a long buildup to the eventual event that is being foreshadowed. This creates a dark mood that carries through the scene

At that moment the music switches from eerie to a triumphant type of music.

All viewers can hear is the sound of his footsteps as he runs. This silence is broken at (6:45) when the first of several extremely low-pitched, ominous sounds plays. It sounds almost similar to the sound of a gong, and continues one after another in a pattern as Mark continues to run through campus. This is the only non-diegetic sound playing, as the piano tune has ceased. These dark tones are significant because they foreshadow events to soon come in the film.

The music heard during this part of the movie is a stark contrast to one another. When Bond was on the attack the music contained sharp, short and accented notes that lead to an overall dramatic tone and the sense that something was going to happen. Unfortunately for Bond that something was him getting shot. The music here contained long and drawn out notes that differed completely from the sharp, distinct previous notes. These connected notes reinforces the audience’s disbelief that Bond was actually shot.

Also, low pitch sound and humming voice create solemn and sad atmosphere.

The clip opens up with trumpets and horns playing in a triumphant manner as Aragorn prepares and dresses himself for battle.

The clip begins with dramatic music with heavy percussion and a stringed instrument playing very stinger like note sequences.

The mystery theme returns (1:45:40), very slowly and pizzicato, with the strings plucking at the (B-C-C#) melody. It picks up tempo, briefly, as the camera zooms in on Q’s large computer screen with a map labeled “Scotland.”

These examples do not describe what exactly is heard in the music to make it “mysterious”, “triumphant”, “ominous”.  There is no description of instrumentation, tempo, dynamics  etc.

Since the Hogwarts is school for sorcerers, the music sounds like very mysterious and strange but it also conveys the majesty of school.

The segment begins by simultaneously introducing mood music, often renowned as non-diegetic sound, along with the title of the film. The tone of this music immediately establishes somewhat of a calm, laidback vibe.

The ominous music provides a long buildup to the eventual event that is being foreshadowed. This creates a dark mood that carries through the scene

At that moment the music switches from eerie to a triumphant type of music.

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