Here you can listen to excerpts from Alice's scores for BBC Radio dramas broadcast on Radio 4 and Radio 3. You can also view her score for Galapagos, her entry to the BBC New Talent competition to find new TV composers, which was picked from over 1500 entries for a place in the finals.
These soundtrack excerpts are © Alice Trueman 2004-2017, and may not be reproduced or distributed without written permission. All rights reserved.
BBC Radio 4: Solaris (Remixed for the Web)
Original music for BBC radio drama produced by Polly Thomas, an adaptation of the philosophical sci-fi novel by Stanislaw Lem. It was broadcast as two hour-long episodes on Radio 4 in July and August 2007, and also broadcast on the BBC World Service.
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BBC New Talent: Galapagos
Entry for BBC New Talent competition illustrating the wonders of these strange islands. Achieved a place in the final 12.
BBC Radio 3: Girlfriend In A Coma (Remixed for the Web)
Original music for adaptation of post-apocalyptic novel by Douglas Coupland, author of Generation X and Microserfs. BBC drama produced by Polly Thomas, broadcast on Radio 3 on February 24th 2008.
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BBC Radio 4: Noise
A sound-driven mystery about memory loss and trust. Kit knows something isn't quite right, as she struggles to regain her identity after she almost dies from hypothermia. A new play by Alex Bulmer and produced by Polly Thomas.
For more information about 'Noise', visit the BBC website here:
Includes arrangements of music inspired by Chopin's Prelude in E Minor Opus 28 # 4. Piano music in which the melodies become frozen.
Other underscore and diegetic music
Music underscoring Kit's state of mind and music she hears on the radio.
After Kit escapes her dark past the end music looks to a happier future, while still including traces of the Chopin Prelude.
BBC Radio 3: And So Say All of Us
Music for a dark comedy radio drama broadcast on Radio 3.
The play was written by a team of award-winning writers headed by Dan Rebellato and directed by Polly Thomas. Alice's unhinged electronic music underscores unsettling domestic scenes as the characters dismantle their homes in the lead up to what seems to be the end of the world.
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