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'''Paul Baillargeon''' (born {{y|1944}}) was a music [[composers|composer]] for ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]'', ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]'', and ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]''.
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'''Paul Baillargeon''' ([[Star Trek birthdays|born]] {{y|1944}}) is a composer who wrote music for {{s|DS9}}, {{s|VOY}}, and {{s|ENT}}. He shared an [[ASCAP Award]] for his work on ''Enterprise'' in {{y|2002}} with [[Dennis McCarthy]], [[Jay Chattaway]], [[David Bell]], and [[Diane Warren]]. Some of Baillargeon's DS9 scores were released as part of the ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Collection]]''.
   
===Credits===
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Born in Montréal, Québec, Canada, Baillargeon worked as composer, conductor, and music arranger since 1970 with credits such as the drama ''Love in a 4 Letter World'' (1970), the comedy ''Loving and Laughing'' (1971), the comedy ''Keep It in the Family'' (1973), the television series ''The Big Blue Marble'' (1977) and ''Curious George'' (1980), the comedy ''Les chiens chauds'' (1980), the drama ''Yesterday'' (1981), the television drama ''The Brass Ring'' (1983), the drama ''Somewhere, Tomorrow'' (1983), the science fiction film ''Anna to the Infinite Power'' (1983, directed by [[Robert Wiemer]]) in which he also had a cameo part, the television drama ''The Night Train to Kathmandu'' (1988, with [[Kavi Raz]]), and the mini series ''Piège infernal'' (1989) and ''La misère des riches'' (1989).
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Beside his work on ''Star Trek'', his last known work as composer include the documentary ''Lost Worlds: Life in the Balance'' in 2001.
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== ''Star Trek'' credits ==
 
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* [[DS9]]:
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* {{DS9}}
** "[[Shakaar]]"
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** {{e|Shakaar}} ([[DS9 Season 3|Season 3]])
** "[[Little Green Men]]"
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** {{e|Little Green Men}} ([[DS9 Season 4|Season 4]])
** "[[The Muse]]"
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** {{e|The Muse}}
** "[[Let He Who Is Without Sin...]]"
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** {{e|Let He Who Is Without Sin...}} ([[DS9 Season 5|Season 5]])
** "[[Children of Time]]"
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** {{e|Children of Time}}
** "[[Waltz]]"
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** {{e|Waltz}} ([[DS9 Season 6|Season 6]])
** "[[Valiant]]"
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** {{e|Valiant}}
** "[[The Siege of AR-558]]"
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** {{e|The Siege of AR-558}} ([[DS9 Season 7|Season 7]])
** "[[When It Rains...]]"
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** {{e|When It Rains...}}
* [[VOY]]:
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* {{VOY}}
** "[[Lifesigns]]"
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** {{e|Lifesigns}} ([[VOY Season 2|Season 2]])
** "[[Alter Ego]]"
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** {{e|Alter Ego}} ([[VOY Season 3|Season 3]])
** "[[Darkling]]"
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** {{e|Darkling}}
** "[[Mortal Coil]]"
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** {{e|Mortal Coil}} ([[VOY Season 4|Season 4]])
** "[[Message in a Bottle]]"
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** {{e|Message in a Bottle}}
** "[[The Omega Directive]]"
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** {{e|The Omega Directive}}
** "[[Thirty Days]]"
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** {{e|Thirty Days}} ([[VOY Season 5|Season 5]])
** "[[Latent Image]]"
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** {{e|Latent Image}}
** "[[Course: Oblivion]]"
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** {{e|Course: Oblivion}}
** "[[One Small Step]]"
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** {{e|One Small Step}} ([[VOY Season 6|Season 6]])
** "[[Blink of an Eye]]"
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** {{e|Blink of an Eye}}
** "[[Good Shepherd]]"
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** {{e|Good Shepherd}}
** "[[Live Fast and Prosper]]"
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** {{e|Live Fast and Prosper}}
** "[[Inside Man]]"
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** {{e|Inside Man}} ([[VOY Season 7|Season 7]])
** "[[Repentance]]"
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** {{e|Repentance}}
** "[[Q2 (episode)|Q2]]"
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** {{e|Q2}}
** "[[Friendship One (episode)|Friendship One]]"
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** {{e|Friendship One}}
* [[ENT]]:
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* {{ENT}}
** "[[The Andorian Incident]]"
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** {{e|The Andorian Incident}} ([[ENT Season 1|Season 1]])
** "[[Shadows of P'Jem]]"
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** {{e|Shadows of P'Jem}}
** "[[Rogue Planet]]"
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** {{e|Rogue Planet}}
** "[[Vox Sola]]"
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** {{e|Vox Sola}}
** "[[A Night in Sickbay]]"
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** {{e|A Night in Sickbay}} ([[ENT Season 2|Season 2]])
** "[[Precious Cargo]]"
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** {{e|Precious Cargo}}
** "[[The Crossing]]"
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** {{e|The Crossing}}
** "[[First Flight]]"
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** {{e|First Flight}}
** "[[Rajiin (episode)|Rajiin]]"
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** {{e|Rajiin}} ([[ENT Season 3|Season 3]])
** "[[Chosen Realm]]"
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** {{e|Chosen Realm}}
** "[[Hatchery (episode)|Hatchery]]"
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** {{e|Hatchery}}
** "[[The Forgotten]]"
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** {{e|The Forgotten}}
** "[[Daedalus]]"
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** {{e|Daedalus}} ([[ENT Season 4|Season 4]])
** "[[Babel One]]"
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** {{e|Babel One}}
** "[[Demons]]"
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** {{e|Demons}}
 
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==External Links==
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== External links ==
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* [http://www.startreksoundtracks.com/composers/baillargeon.html Paul Baillargeon] at [http://www.startreksoundtracks.com/ Star Trek Soundtracks]
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* {{bl|www.socan.ca/jsp/en/news_events/news_archive/ASCAP-Baillargeon-Report.jsp|ASCAP honours Paul Baillargeon at film/TV awards}} at [http://www.socan.ca Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada]
   
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Latest revision as of 18:48, September 27, 2019

Real World article
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Paul Baillargeon (born 1944) is a composer who wrote music for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise. He shared an ASCAP Award for his work on Enterprise in 2002 with Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaway, David Bell, and Diane Warren. Some of Baillargeon's DS9 scores were released as part of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Collection.

Born in Montréal, Québec, Canada, Baillargeon worked as composer, conductor, and music arranger since 1970 with credits such as the drama Love in a 4 Letter World (1970), the comedy Loving and Laughing (1971), the comedy Keep It in the Family (1973), the television series The Big Blue Marble (1977) and Curious George (1980), the comedy Les chiens chauds (1980), the drama Yesterday (1981), the television drama The Brass Ring (1983), the drama Somewhere, Tomorrow (1983), the science fiction film Anna to the Infinite Power (1983, directed by Robert Wiemer) in which he also had a cameo part, the television drama The Night Train to Kathmandu (1988, with Kavi Raz), and the mini series Piège infernal (1989) and La misère des riches (1989).

Beside his work on Star Trek, his last known work as composer include the documentary Lost Worlds: Life in the Balance in 2001.

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