- This is a fun movie. You will really enjoy watching this movie. (If not, you are in the wrong class!)
- A satire on both Star Wars and Shakespeare in Love.
Watch a movie with a narrative music
- George Lucas In Love
- Watch this wonderful movie. The movie uses music to narrate the story.
- Click HERE to download this short movie from Google and take a look.
Music narrates the story
- As you can see, it is the music which tells the story. All of the mood for this movie comes from the music. Amazing.
Read about this famous movie at Wikipedia.
- Watch the movie and listen to the music. Almost all of the music narrates the story therefore, this music is narrative music.
- Typing music (Traveling music)
- This music introduces the movie, not just the fact that George Lucas is busy typing but the fact that this movie will be entertaining. This is like the opening paragraph of a book. It grabs the imagination of the audience and draws them into the story.
- Arron's Introduction (Darth Vader)
- In just five seconds, everyone knows clearly who Arron is and what the audience should feel about Arron. This music gives Arron the audience's full attention.
- Arron's Script
- In three seconds, we learn that Arron's script is powerful, almost magical.
- Background music for Chibaka and Hal.
- The music for the night club and the Dark Side
- There is no music for the professor.
- Notice how awkward the silence is after all that great music. That is the mood that is needed. Silence created it.
- Mariam's Love Theme
- The love theme starts when Miriam says, "Your George Lucas, right?". The music tells us all about Miriam in just a few short seconds.
- Good Advise Music - "Write what you know."
- Note that this music is turned down when Miriam says, "Just like bulls-eyeing Warmrats". Narrative music and dialog do not mix.
- "You are my inspiration."
- This is background music since it plays whey they are talking and the music does not interfere with the dialog.
- This music says that the movie had a message and that you have just learned that message.
- Note how the credit music is turned down for the dialog about Howard the Duck.