As you’ve just seen, one of Maurice Jarre’s most interesting and controversial scores is for the film Witness (1985), much of which takes place in a rural Pennsylvania Amish community that has rejected modern technology. The entire score is synthesized, although for the most part Jarre does take a very traditional compositional approach. Even if you have not seen the entire film, do you think this type of score is suitable for this setting and story? Why or why not?

Post your thoughts in 3–4 sentences

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Short discussion of the relationship between the score of the 1985 film Witness (composed by Maurice Jarre) and the setting of the film. ...

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