The Idyllic Sublime
A Dialog on the Pastoral Style in Westerns
Keywords:western pastoral tradition in film, music and the sublime
Michael Beckerman and William H. Rosar explore, in dialogue fashion, the role of music in the Western pastoral tradition in film.
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