The Professional Career and Output of Trevor Jones

Labyrinth Lecture

The project team is running a free lecture session on music in film, focused on Trevor Jones’s score for the cult movie Labyrinth (1986), aimed at sixth form students for whom film/screen music, film studies, media studies and/or the interaction of music with moving images is either a part of their curriculum or an area of interest.

The lecture session will be held at the Cubby Broccoli Cinema at the National Media Museum in Bradford on Monday 18 April, 10.30am-12.30pm, and will include discussion of the origins of the film from a musical perspective, the formulation and use of Jones’s musical materials, and, of course, how Jones’s underscore links and works with the David Bowie songs that appear within the picture. There will also be a question and answer opportunity with members of the Trevor Jones Project Team at the end of the session.

Space in the Cubby Broccoli Cinema is limited to 100 people, and teachers should email trevorjonesfilm@leeds.ac.uk with their name, school and attendance numbers no later than Wednesday 13 April to reserve the necessary spaces.

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