Julie Brown is Reader in Music (Associate Professor) at Royal Holloway, University of London. She has published on television music, the pipeorgan trope in horror fi lms, and the use of music as onscreen metaphor. Outside screen-music studies she publishes on early twentieth-century music and is author of Bartók and the Grotesque (2007) and contributing editor of Western Music and Race (2007), which was awarded the American Musicological Society’s Ruth Solie Award for a collection of essays of exceptional merit. Her current project is a monograph on the sound cultures of fi lm exhibition in 1920s Britain.