MUSIC 004 Lesson 9 Quiz Answers (Penn State University)
MUSIC 004 Lesson 9 Quiz (Penn State University)
- In the opening of the film Goldfinger, when Jill Masterson and James Bond kiss, the romantic music cues in, and then almost immediately turns jazzy and sultry, as the dissolve between shots overlays their kiss with a sumptuous buffet. What theme do we hear, and what does it mean?
- The motive in the James Bond theme that has the most distinctive melodic outline, and is played by brass, has how many notes in its complete form?
- In the film Goldfinger, which part of the James Bond theme do we hear most often?
- What memorable sound do we hear in the Odd Job theme the first time we see his shadow, and which is repeated when we, along with Bond, see Jill Masterson dead and covered in gold paint?
- What is so diabolical about Goldfinger's scheme?
- Who wrote the score for Goldfinger?
- In The Graduate , the use of pre-existing pop songs did present some problems: They imposed their own structures on the film, and their length could not easily be altered. What was principally the filmmakers' solution to these problems?
- In the opening 20 minutes of The Graduate, what Simon and Garfunkel song do we hear?
- In Easy Rider, what song makes reference to “smoke and lightning” and “heavy metal thunder”?
- In Easy Rider, where do Wyatt and Billy stash the money they made on the cocaine deal?
- In the film Goldfinger, what memorable sound do we hear in the Odd Job theme the first time we see his shadow, and which is repeated when we, along with Bond, see Jill Masterson dead and covered in gold paint?
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