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Great topic :)

My favourite film music is from Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds', when the school children are singing and you see crows slowly gathering on a climbngclimbing frame in the background.

The images you see make you feel pretty tense but the music is completely childlike & carefree. The childrenschildren's voices are source music (i.e. within the diegesis) which I think increases the tension because they are unaware of the danger.

Its a childrenschildren's roundelay song, and every time they reach the end of a verse and start the next one it sends shivers down my spine!

  

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Great topic :)

My favourite film music is from Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds', when the school children are singing and you see crows slowly gathering on a climbng frame in the background.

The images you see make you feel pretty tense but the music is completely childlike & carefree. The childrens voices are source music (i.e. within the diegesis) which I think increases the tension because they are unaware of the danger.

Its a childrens roundelay song, and every time they reach the end of a verse and start the next one it sends shivers down my spine!

 

[youtube]FVDT4bWPypk[/youtube]

Great topic :)

My favourite film music is from Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds', when the school children are singing and you see crows slowly gathering on a climbing frame in the background.

The images you see make you feel pretty tense but the music is completely childlike & carefree. The children's voices are source music (i.e. within the diegesis) which I think increases the tension because they are unaware of the danger.

Its a children's roundelay song, and every time they reach the end of a verse and start the next one it sends shivers down my spine!

 

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Great topic :)

My favourite film music is from Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds', when the school children are singing and you see crows slowly gathering on a climbng frame in the background.

The images you see make you feel pretty tense but the music is completely childlike & carefree. The childrens voices are source music (i.e. within the diegesis) which I think increases the tension because they are unaware of the danger.

Its a childrens roundelay song, and every time they reach the end of a verse and start the next one it sends shivers down my spine!

[youtube]FVDT4bWPypk[/youtube]

Great topic :)

My favourite film music is from Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds', when the school children are singing and you see crows slowly gathering on a climbng frame in the background.

The images you see make you feel pretty tense but the music is completely childlike & carefree. The childrens voices are source music (i.e. within the diegesis) which I think increases the tension because they are unaware of the danger.

Its a childrens roundelay song, and every time they reach the end of a verse and start the next one it sends shivers down my spine!

Great topic :)

My favourite film music is from Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds', when the school children are singing and you see crows slowly gathering on a climbng frame in the background.

The images you see make you feel pretty tense but the music is completely childlike & carefree. The childrens voices are source music (i.e. within the diegesis) which I think increases the tension because they are unaware of the danger.

Its a childrens roundelay song, and every time they reach the end of a verse and start the next one it sends shivers down my spine!

[youtube]FVDT4bWPypk[/youtube]

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Great topic :)

My favourite film music is from Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds', when the school children are singing and you see crows slowly gathering on a climbng frame in the background.

The images you see make you feel pretty tense but the music is completely childlike & carefree. The childrens voices are source music (i.e. within the diegesis) which I think increases the tension because they are unaware of the danger.

Its a childrens roundelay song, and every time they reach the end of a verse and start the next one it sends shivers down my spine!