Trevor Jones

Trevor Jones has written the music for over 60 movies, working regularly in both Hollywood and the UK. In his most comprehensive interview ever, Jones talks to Tommy Pearson about all aspects of his career and answers questions sent in by Stage and Screen Online listeners.
In Part One, Jones talks about his background, how he fell in love with cinema as a boy in South Africa, how he ended up scoring films, and details his work on Excalibur, The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, Last of the Mohicans and Cliffhanger.
In Part Two, Jones reveals that he came up with the original idea for Brassed Off and talks about his scores for Thirteen Days, From Hell and the recent Three and Out. Jones also talks of his plans to re-release his Excalibur soundtrack and the general politics of modern film scoring.
[Music featured is from Thirteen Days and Three and Out]

Part One (40')

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Part Two (29')

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