The Professional Career and Output of Trevor Jones

Conference Papers

All papers are jointly authored by the project team unless otherwise stated.

For the Music and Moving Image conferences in New York:

  1. ‘Simple, Medium and Shebang’: Trevor Jones and the Development of the Toolkit. MAMI IX. New York University (May/June 2014). Presented by Ian Sapiro. [Paper] [Powerpoint]
  2. ‘A very smooth transition into the industry: Trevor Jones’s score for The Black Angel (1980). MAMI X. New York University (May 2015). Presented by Laura Anderson and Sarah Hall. [Paper] [PowerPoint]
  3. Spotting the Differences: The Role of the Music Editor in Thirteen Days (2001) and Crossroads (2002). MAMI XI. New York University (2016). Presented by David Cooper. [Paper] [Powerpoint to follow]
  4. The Guzintos and Guzoutos of Television Advertising Breaks. MAMI XI. New York University (2016). Authored and presented by Sarah Hall. [Paper to follow] [Powerpoint to follow]

For the Music and Screen Media conference in Liverpool:

Sharing Sonic Space: The Relationship between Pre-Existing and Original Music in Brassed Off and Notting Hill. Music and Screen Media conference. University of Liverpool (June 2014). Presented by Laura Anderson. [Paper to follow] [Powerpoint to follow]*

For the Audio-Visual conferences run as part of the Project:

  1. Scoring Merlin: Music in a Hybrid Television Production. Music for Audio-Visual Media conference. University of Leeds (September 2014). Authored and presented by Sarah Hall. [Paper to follow] [Powerpoint to follow]*
  2. Digitising, Organising and Managing an Audio-Visual Archive. Audio-Visual Archives conference. British Library, London (2015). Presented by Ian Sapiro and Laura Anderson. [Paper] [PowerPoint].
  3. Hidden Gems in the Archive: Trevor Jones’s Score for The Dark Crystal (1981). Music for Audio-Visual Media II conference. University of Leeds (September 2016). To be presented by David Cooper [Paper to follow] [Powerpoint to follow]

For the Society for Musicology in Ireland conference in Dublin:

Hidden Gems in the Archive: Trevor Jones’s Score for The Dark Crystal (1981). Society for Musicology in Ireland conference. Dublin University (June 2016). Presented by Laura Anderson [Paper to follow] [Powerpoint to follow]*

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