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Paul Kelly AWITG on Friday 17 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Paul Kelly AWITG on Friday 17 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Paul Kelly, David Bridie, Dan Luscombe Win APRA Screen Music Awards

by Paul Cashmere on November 20, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Paul Kelly, Dan Luscombe and David Bridie are just some of the winners at the 2019 APRA Screen Music Awards.

Kelly’s ‘Every Day My Mother’s Voice’ from The Final Quarter won Best Original Song Composed for the Screen; David Bridge won Best Music In A Documentary for Australia’s Lost Impressionist and Dan Luscombe with Antony Partos won Film Score of the Year for their work ‘I Am Mother’.

The APRA Screen Music Awards were held tonight (20 November 2019) at the Forum in Melbourne.

2019 Screen Music Awards Winners

Feature Film Score of the Year
Title I Am Mother
Composed by Dan Luscombe and Antony Partos

Best Original Song Composed for the Screen
Title Every Day My Mother’s Voice from The Final Quarter
Composed by Paul Kelly
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Best Soundtrack Album
Title Little Monsters
Composed by Piers Burbrook de Vere

Best Music for a Documentary
Title Australia’s Lost Impressionist
Composed by David Bridie
Published by Mushroom Music

Best Television Theme
Title Bloom
Composed by Antony Partos
Published by Sonar Music

Best Music for a Television Series or Serial
Title Bloom
Composed by Jackson Milas and Antony Partos
Published by Sonar Music

Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie
Title Dead Lucky
Composed by Michael Yezerski

Best Music for a Short Film
Title For the Girl in the Coffee Shop
Composed by Angela Little

Best Music for Children’s Television
Title The Pilgrims Progress
Composed by Michael Dooley

Best Music for an Advertisement
Title Dan Murphy’s
Composed by Adrian Sergovich
Published by Song Zu Publishing

Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia*
Composers Adam Gock and Dinesh Wicks

Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas*
Composer Neil Sutherland
*Determined by statistical analysis

2019 SCREEN MUSIC AWARDS
Wednesday 20 November, 2019
Forum Melbourne
Hosted by Justine Clarke
Musical Director Jessica Wells

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