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Trevor Morris

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London, Ontario, Canada

Trevor Morris (born 25 May 1970) is a Canadian orchestral composer, music producer, and creator of electronic music. He is probably best known for the soundtracks of the television shows “The Tudors”, “The Pillars of the Earth”, “The Borgias”, “Vikings”, and the film “Olympus Has Fallen”.

Trevor was born in London, Ontario, Canada. He was helped by his grandmother onto the piano bench before he could walk, she sat him in her lap and played “Puff the magic dragon” (a melody Trevor still does variations on in his compositions). After being introduced to music by his Grandmother, Trevor’s parents enrolled him in St. Mary’s elementary school for the arts at age 5. Studying choir, violin and contrabass throughout, Trevor also gravitated toward the piano, which he began studying privately in tandem.

In grade 8, Trevor was approached by his school for a commissioned composition: a piece for his graduating class to sing for the coinciding visit of Pope John Paul to Ontario Canada. Unfortunately security did not allow for the class to sing live for the Pope, but they did perform Trevor’s first composition at their graduation ceremonies, held at St.Mary’s cathedral. Composed for 4 part choir and piano, “Sacred young people”, a variation on a literal theme of the Pope’s, was performed and recorded by Trevor’s graduating class. It represented the first step down the path that Trevor would follow from that point on.

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  • HaloMarooned

    Superb work on Dragon Age: Inquisition! [13]

    15 Jul 11:45am Reply
  • metalhead61484

    Superb work on Dragon Age: Inquisition! [12]

    9 Jun 12:17am Reply
  • darthpaula

    One of the nicest and most talented guys out there.

    3 Jun 8:59am Reply
  • NorthDiscomfort

    His soundtracks are brilliant.

    25 May 12:20pm Reply
  • AlexMetallist

    Excellent soundtrack for an excellent game.

    11 Apr 12:21am Reply
  • Kitty_von_Black

    Michiel de Ruyter is really good!

    23 Feb 7:15pm Reply
  • Unknowny503

    And here we have epic Michiel de Ruyter. Like it more than DA: Inquisition

    23 Feb 8:02am Reply
  • JenazyG

    Не успела DAI выйти, как музыка из нее вошла в топы у Тревора)) И не зря - замечательный композитор, один из лучших.

    29 Jan 2:24pm Reply
  • Wicked_Sick_LOL

    I cried while listening to Enchanters. Thank you.

    25 Jan 11:58pm Reply
  • markeda1one

    Superb work on Dragon Age: Inquisition! [11]

    24 Jan 4:27pm Reply
  • darthpaula

    "might be the only good thing about Dragon Age: Inquisition" um no

    17 Jan 12:05pm Reply
  • Yiurvel

    Superb work on Dragon Age: Inquisition! [10]

    15 Jan 5:14pm Reply
  • theirins

    Superb work on Dragon Age: Inquisition! [9]

    11 Jan 10:07pm Reply
  • arya_2468

    Superb work on Dragon Age: Inquisition! [8]

    11 Jan 3:15pm Reply
  • blestprune

    might be the only good thing about Dragon Age: Inquisition

    3 Jan 3:37am Reply
  • Wecameaskendra

    Superb work on Dragon Age: Inquisition! [7]

    3 Jan 12:37am Reply
  • Foresterregn

    Oh my, I just realised that he`s the one who wrote music for "Borgia", "Tudors" and "Vikings".. incredible!

    24 Dec 2014 Reply
  • Kitty_von_Black

    Superb work on Dragon Age: Inquisition! [6]

    22 Dec 2014 Reply
  • mmynxx

    The Vikings. Watch the series on History Channel. This music is amazing.

    21 Dec 2014 Reply
  • radko

    Is "Dragon Age: Inquisition" the best fantasy-RPG soundtrack since "Icewind Dale"? Quite possible.

    15 Dec 2014 Reply
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