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(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1922., 1922)
Sam, the old accordion man.
(New York : Leo Feist Limited, 1955., 1955)
Everybody rag with me.
(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914, 1914)
The Hottentot Trot.
(New York : Stark & Cowan Inc., 1924, 1924)
(New York : Mills Music inc, 1928., 1928)
'In My Mind's Ear': Misconstruing Sounds as Sights – a Philosophical and Cinematical Caution
The notion of 'imaging' music ought to perplex us philosophically, for 'to imagine' is a verb of visualisation. Hearing musical events may cause us to imagine things, and seeing things may cause us to think of hearing ...
Science, Fine Arts, Education convocation
My croony melody.
(New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1914, 1914)
The Coming of Synchronous Sound to Filmmaking: an Introduction
An introduction to the causes and effects of the 'revolution' that occurred between 1927 and 1930 within the American filmmaking industry when the making of movies with synchronous sound became possible.
The Exemplary Practices of David Griffith, Part 1: Establishing Events Historically
With the release of THE BIRTH OF A NATION in 1915, David Griffith established by common consent and emulation of his peers the prototype of international feature filmmaking – an exemplar of the possibilities of practice ...