To be able to develop leitmotifs further to reflect changes in a character's mood or situation

In this lesson, we will develop our leitmotifs as our character's mood and emotions change throughout the film.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is a leitmotif?

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Q2.How would you describe the tonality of a villain theme?

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Q3.How would you describe the tonality of a hero theme?

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Q4.Which family of the orchestra was used to play the Luke Skywalker leitmotif?

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Q5.How would you describe the rhythm in the Luke Skywalker leitmotif?

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Q6.How would you describe the tempo of the Luke Skywalker leitmotif?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is a leitmotif?

1/6

Q2.How would you describe the tonality of a villain theme?

2/6

Q3.How would you describe the tonality of a hero theme?

3/6

Q4.Which family of the orchestra was used to play the Luke Skywalker leitmotif?

4/6

Q5.How would you describe the rhythm in the Luke Skywalker leitmotif?

5/6

Q6.How would you describe the tempo of the Luke Skywalker leitmotif?

6/6

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To be able to develop leitmotifs further to reflect changes in a character’s mood or situation

Here is your opportunity to show everything you have learned about how you can develop a leitmotif to mirror the changing mood of a film character. Make sure you read the questions carefully.

Q1.What do some psychologists believe music can do?

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Q2.Which of the films below did this composer write?

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Q3.Name one way we developed this melodic theme.

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Q4.What does diminution mean?

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Q5.Name one way Michael Giacchino developed 'Ellie's theme' using rhythmic ideas.

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Q6.What are chord extension?

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To be able to develop leitmotifs further to reflect changes in a character’s mood or situation

Here is your opportunity to show everything you have learned about how you can develop a leitmotif to mirror the changing mood of a film character. Make sure you read the questions carefully.

Q1.What do some psychologists believe music can do?

1/6

Q2.Which of the films below did this composer write?

2/6

Q3.Name one way we developed this melodic theme.

3/6

Q4.What does diminution mean?

4/6

Q5.Name one way Michael Giacchino developed 'Ellie's theme' using rhythmic ideas.

5/6

Q6.What are chord extension?

6/6

Lesson summary: To be able to develop leitmotifs further to reflect changes in a character's mood or situation

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This was the final lesson in the unit Using technology musically: Film Music.

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