Dr Laura Anderson
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
School of Music, room 2.06
Office hours: Wednesday 9.00am-10.00am
BA, MMus, PhD, AFHEA
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow on the project ‘The Professional Career and Output of Trevor Jones’.
Laura Anderson gained a BA in Music and French at Trinity College Dublin. She completed her MMus in Historical Musicology and her PhD at Royal Holloway University of London. She is currently Post-Doctoral Research Fellow on the project ‘The Professional Career and Output of Trevor Jones’.
- Film Music
- Sound Design
- French Music
Modules to which I contribute:
Music Research Skills
Music in History and Culture
Music in Context
The Screen Music of Trevor Jones: Technology, Process, Production. (In preparation)
(2015) “Musique concrète, French New Wave cinema, and Jean Cocteau's 'Le Testament d'Orphée' (1960)”, Twentieth-Century Music. 12.2: 197-224.
DOI: 10.1017/S1478572215000031, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/89347/
(2008) “French Influence on Pelham Humfrey’s Verse Anthems”, The Musicology Review.
(2015) A Melodramatic Soundscape for a Theatrical Film: L’Aigle à deux têtes. Music, Intertextuality, and Inter-Art Forms in Third Republic France: Remembering Paul Dukas at 150
(2015) 'A Very Smooth Transition into the Industry': Trevor Jones's Score for 'The Black Angel'. Music and the Moving Image
(2014) Sonic Self-Reflection: Jean Cocteau's Soundscape for 'Le Testament d'Orphée'. Music and the Moving Image
(2014) Sharing sonic space: the relationship between pre-existing and original music in Brassed Off and Notting Hill. Music and Screen Media Conference
(2014) ‘Simple, Medium, and Shebang’: Trevor Jones and the Development of the Toolkit'. Music and the Moving Image IX
(Grad Award) Film Sound Design. In Oxford Bibliographies in Cinema and Media Studies. Ed. Krin Gabbard.. New York: Oxford University Press.
The Poetry of Sound: Jean Cocteau, Film and Early Sound Design