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|Bridgett, R. (1999) The aesthetics of film music: From romanticism to modernism. . Retrieved March 8—UnknownMonth , 2004, http://www3.sympatico.ca/qualish/music.htm|
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| Hollywood of the '30s and '40s depended on romanticism of the Wagner variety (leitmotif etc.) while others (particularly European cinema) used the Brechtian alienation model.
Former engaged emotion, latter engaged mind.