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dc.contributor.advisorDupas, François-Xavier
dc.contributor.authorMurillo Flores, Rodrigo Daniel
dc.subjectFilm Musicfr
dc.subjectMusical Ambiancesfr
dc.subjectThomas Newmanfr
dc.subjectSam Mendesfr
dc.subjectMusique de filmfr
dc.subjectAmbiances musicalesfr
dc.subject.otherMusic / Musique (UMI : 0413)fr
dc.titlePost-minimalist techniques in the writing of modern film scores through the collaboration between Thomas Newman and Sam Mendes = Techniques post-minimalistes dans l'écriture de musiques de films modernes à travers la collaboration entre Thomas Newman et Sam Mendesfr
dc.typeThèse ou mémoire / Thesis or Dissertation (Composition)fré de Montréalfrîtrise / Master'sfr
dcterms.abstractCe projet de recherche se concentre sur la musique de Thomas Newman dans les films de Sam Mendes, il se focalise spécifiquement sur trois films qui représentent particulièrement bien la trajectoire de leur collaboration au cours des deux dernières décennies. Ces trois films sont : Road to Perdition (2002), Revolutionary Road (2008) et 1917 (2019). En analysant les dispositifs musicaux, les techniques post-minimalistes dans l’écriture et la forme structurelle de la musique, ce mémoire étudie les rôles des ambiances musicales en lien avec les thèmes musicaux dans ces films et théorise comment ces ambiances contribuent à la forme du film en fonction de leur structure
dcterms.abstractThis research project is dedicated to analyzing the music of Thomas Newman in the films of Sam Mendes, specifically focusing on three films that represent particularly well the trajectory of their collaboration over the past two decades. These three films are: Road to Perdition (2002), Revolutionary Road (2008) and 1917 (2019). By analyzing musical devices, post-minimalist techniques in writing and the structural form of music, this thesis studies the roles of musical atmospheres in relation to the musical themes in these films and theorizes how these atmospheres contribute to the form of the film according to their narrative

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