Abstract

Through his prolific writings, including Focus On Godard; Film Musings: A Selected Anthology from Fanfare Magazine; the seminal Overtones and Undertones: Reading Film Music; and his forty-eight year career teaching at The City University of New York, Royal S. Brown has had a formative influence on modern film music scholarship. In an interview with Ron Sadoff, Brown reveals critical tenets of his pedagogy: his background, philosophy, influences, and salient points that undergird his approach to analyses and the teaching of film music.

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