Trevor Alfred Charles Jones 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 like John Boorman, Andrei Konchalovsky, Jim Henson, and Michael Mann. Although not especially well known outside the film worYearTitleDirectorStudio (s)2018To TokyoCaspar Seale JonesMannequin Films2011Charlie VundlaIndigenous Film2011War PaintMarcus Carlos LiberskiN/A2010My Hunter's HeartCraig Foster Damon FosterFoster Brothers Productions Videovision ...
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; Sir Trevor Jones (politician) (1926–2016), Liverpool Liberal Party politician; Trevor Jones (priest) (born 1948), first Archdeacon of Hertford
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Tracks 1–9 are composed by Trevor Jones except for the main theme which is composed by Dougie MacLean; tracks 10–15 are by Randy Edelman. "Main Title" – 1:44 "Elk Hunt" – 1:49 "The Kiss" – 2:47 "The Glade Part II" – 2:34 "Fort Battle" – 4:22 "Promentory" – 6:15 "Munro's Office/Stockade" – 2:30 "Massacre/Canoes" – 6:52
Apr 24, 2021 · Labyrinth is a soundtrack album by English musician David Bowie and South African composer Trevor Jones, released in 1986 for the film Labyrinth. It was the second of three soundtrack releases in which Bowie had a major role, following Christiane F. and preceding The Buddha of Suburbia. The soundtrack album features Jones' score, which is split into six tracks for the soundtrack: "Into the Labyrinth", "Sarah", "Hallucination", "The Goblin Battle", "Thirteen O'Clock", and "Home at Last".
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At the age of five, Jones already had decided to become a film composer. In 1967 he attended the Royal Academy of Music in London with a scholarship and afterwards worked for five years for the BBC on reviews of radio and television music. In 1974 Jones attended the University of York from which he graduated with a Masters Degree in Film and Media Music. At the National Film and Television School Jones studied for three years on general film-making and film and sound techniques. During this time he wrote the music for twenty-two student projects. In 1981 Jones wrote the score for the Academy award-winning short movie "The Dollar Bottom" and for the short "The Black Angel". Jones was soon after brought to the attention of John Boorman, who was in the midst of making his Arthurian epic, Excalibur (1981). Although mostly tracked with classical music by Richard Wagner and Carl Orff, Boorman also needed original dramatic cues (as well as period music) for certain scenes. Given Excalibur'...Time Bandits(1981)Excalibur(1981)The Dark Crystal(1982)Runaway Train(1985)Cooper, David, Christopher Fox & Ian Sapiro (eds.), CineMusic? Constructing the Film Score, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. Book page on publisher's websiteSapiro, Ian & David Cooper, "Spotting, Scoring, Soundtrack: The Evolution of Trevor Jones's Score for Sea of Love", 17-32 in CineMusic? Constructing the Film Score, edited by David Cooper, Christop...
Trevor Alfred Charles Jones 23 mars 1949   (72 år) Kapstaden: Medborgarskap: Sydafrika: Utbildad vid: University of York Royal Academy of Music National Film and Television School : Sysselsättning: Kompositör, filmmusikkompositör: Webbplats: trevorjonesfilmmusic.com: Redigera Wikidata