Re: vocal transformation in early film


Subject: Re: vocal transformation in early film
From: Ian Chuprun (ian@7circles.ca)
Date: Sun Nov 20 2005 - 10:21:34 EST


Maybe I should rephrase...

I am looking for works in both film and ea that demonstrate more than
just a passing interest in vocal transformation through studio
techniques _from_before_1950_.

Symphonie pour un homme seul - Pierre Schaeffer - 1950 and Cinderella -
Disney - 1950 seem to be the only two so far. I am sure there are
others, but they seem to be well hidden.

Thanks.

Ian

Kevin Austin wrote:
> Charles Dodge: Any resemblance ...
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> http://www.newalbion.com/NA043/
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> And there is Herbert Eimert's Epitaph für Aikichi Kuboyama (1958 - 62).
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> Best
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> Kevin
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> At 17:38 -0800 2005/11/19, kathy kennedy wrote:
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>> Ian, Have you looked much into Charles Dodge? He did alot of stuff and
>> fairly early.
>> kk
>> On Nov 18, 2005, at 3:14 PM, Ian Chuprun wrote:
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