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De la relation entre musique et images, en prenant comme témoin le cinéma du réalisateur-compositeur Tom Tykwer

Abstract : The perennial search of comprehension by the visual, of emotions generated by music, opens an horizon of paradoxes in cinema that merits further consideration. Filmmaker-composer Tom Tykwer's aesthetics that allows him to direct movies as Wagner composes his operas by writing scores and libretto, and whose inflexibility of his double function is probably unique in cinema, serve us as model to strengthen our revision of some commonly admitted thoughts about the relationship between music and images. We reassess the definition of music as sound material of films, the question of its concordance with the image, of its indépendence even though it integrates an unified whole, as well as its connection with the senses and their transcendence. Images as material substrate and music as element of consciousness in this director-composer's work retain their autonomy of sense while the score is closely connected to the film'structure. They are consistent with a complementary relation that questions an entire paradigm based on the idea of analogy or convergence, in short, of a duality between images and music in cinema.
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Yohann Guglielmetti. De la relation entre musique et images, en prenant comme témoin le cinéma du réalisateur-compositeur Tom Tykwer. Art et histoire de l'art. Université Panthéon-Sorbonne - Paris I, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017PA01H317⟩. ⟨tel-01768424⟩

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