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A music video is a video that accompanies a complete piece of music most a song. In present world music videos are primarily made and used as a marketing device to promote the sale of music recordings. The popularity of music videos started only in 1980’s due to MTv (Music Television) Channel. music video, videotaped performance of a recorded popular song, usually accompanied by dance or a fragmentary story and sometimes employing concert footage. Download Music Video, Video Tapes, TV Shows, MTV Shows and Funny Music Videos
The concept of music video start in 1920s when Oskar Fischinger made short animated films to advertise Electrola Records' new releases, making these films possibly the first music videos.
While experimenting on filming real, actual events in 1929 Dziga Vertov the Russian film revolutionary made a 40 minutes film called Man with the Movie Camera. The film totally was backed by live orchestra music without any vocal. The film was highly regarded for setting principles of the documentary. Download Music Video, Video Tapes, TV Shows, MTV Shows and Funny Music Videos
In 1938 Alexander Nevsky film by Sergei Eisenstein's (extended scenes of battle choreographed) has set new standards for the use of music in film . This film was also described as first music video.
Max Fleischer introduced Screen Songs which invited audiences to sing along to popular songs by "following the bouncing ball". Early 1930s entries in the series featured popular musicians performing their hit songs on-camera in live-action segments during the cartoons.
The early animated efforts of Walt Disney, his Silly Symphonies, were built around music. The Warner Brothers cartoons, even today billed as Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, were initially fashioned around specific songs from upcoming Warner Brothers musical films. Live action musical shorts, featuring such popular performers as Cab Calloway, were also distributed to theatres.
In 1940, for Panoram visual jukebox "Soundies " were made which were another early form of music video (one-song films). Soundie made the music the star and virtually all the name jazz performers appeared in Soundie shorts. The Panoram jukebox with eight three-minute Soundies were popular in taverns and night spots, but the fad faded during World War II. In 1940, Walt Disney released Fantasia, an animated film based around famous pieces of classical music.
The Serpentine in Hyde Park, London and "Stranger in Paradise " featured by Tony Bennett in 1956 which were distributed and played in US & UK television stations were claimed by Bennett to be the first music video.
In 1961 Ozzie Nelson filmed and edited the video of "Travelin' Man" by his son Ricky Nelson. It featured images of various parts of the world mentioned in the Jerry Fuller song and Ricky singing. It is believed to be the very first rock video. The Exciters “Tell Him” the pioneer of full-colour music video in 1962 greatly influenced the music viedo generation.
Modern music Video 'The Beatles' was first major motion picture, A Hard Day's Night in 1964, directed by Richard Lester. This video set the basic visual vocabulary in today’s music videos influcing musicans, pop and rock group music videos. Following this Beatles filmed a short promotional films for their songs which were distributed for broadcast on television variety shows in U.S & other countries. Download Music Video, Video Tapes, TV Shows, MTV Shows and Funny Music Videos.
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