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  1. Trevor Alfred Charles Jones (born 23 March 1949) is a South African composer of film and television scores. Having spent much of his career in the United Kingdom, Jones has worked on numerous well-known and acclaimed films including Excalibur, Runaway Train, The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, Mississippi Burning, The Last of the Mohicans, and In the Name of the Father; collaborating with filmmakers ...

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  2. › wiki › Trevor_JonesTrevor Jones - Wikipedia

    Trevor Jones, the birth name of musician and composer John Du Prez (born 1946) Trevor Jones (composer) (born 1949), South African orchestral film score composer Trevor Jones (cricketer) (1920–2005), English cricketer for Somerset

  3. Cached. Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax, KCVO (8 November 1883 – 3 October 1953) was an English composer, poet, and author. His prolific output includes songs, choral music, chamber pieces, and solo piano works, but he is best known for his orchestral music.

  4. › name › nm0002303Trevor Jones - IMDb

    Trevor Jones, Composer: Cliffhanger. As a child in Cape Town, Trevor Jones lived opposite the Gem Cinema. The theater was so old and worn out that there was often a loss of the soundtrack, which caused him to realize its power. The fact that everyone in his family worked in film or the theater made it easy to get support in his career choice, but it was the cinema across the street ...

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    • March 23, 1949
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  5. Aug 28, 2020 · #MusicExchange: Q&A with Trevor Jones in search of the ‘perfect score’ Born and raised in District Six, world-renowned composer Dr Trevor Jones has set the perfect score for numerous cinema ...

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  6. › artist › 961f31f2-31bf-4469-bc66-fTrevor Jones - MusicBrainz

    1991. Arachnophobia. Trevor Jones. 2. 1992. The Last of the Mohicans (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ( Original 1992 version) Trevor Jones & Randy Edelman. 6. 1992.

  7. Dominick and Eugene is a 1988 American drama film directed by Robert M. Young about twin brothers, Dominick and Eugene. Dominick has an intellectual disability due to an accident in his youth. The film stars Ray Liotta, Tom Hulce and Jamie Lee Curtis. The story was written by Danny Porfirio.