FilmMusic - Christopher Lennertz

Next up in this series of composer promo reels is Christopher Lennertz's FilmMusic, a circa-2000 compilation comprised of cues from some of the composer's earliest efforts like Joel Silver's short-lived TV series The Strip, the Hallmark Channel's America! and Brimstone (a 1998 FOX TV series). This is a cross section of moods and feels, from the contemporary to the more traditional. It's also a neat look back at Lennertz's early career, before he went on to score the gothic Saint Sinner and a string of Medal of Honor videogames. Christopher's most recent project is the videogame based on The Simpson's Movie.

This is entirely unreleased film music which you'll find only here on SoundtrackSharity. That is until someone re-uploads the files and posts links elsewhere.

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9 Responses to “FilmMusic - Christopher Lennertz”

  1. # Blogger Soundtrack Sharity
  2. # Blogger Shaun

    Hey, you wouldn't happen to have anything by David Bergeaud, would you? I don't even know if I spelled his name correctly, but I'm looking for a few of his trailer pieces (namely Dragon, The River Wild, and Jurassic Park). Figured you'd be the guy to ask. Thanks!  

  3. # Blogger Soundtrack Sharity

    Unfortunately I don't, but David has a website where you can view those trailers and more...  

  4. # Blogger Shaun

    Thanks, man. Yeah, I've been to his site before, in hopes of tiding myself over while I wait another 10 years to get those trailer scores of his. I have no clue why he doesn't score more features.  

  5. # Blogger BB

    Check out my new blog:  

  6. # Blogger Arjan


    I found this blog while searching for music for Supernatural.
    Very nice blog. I'm about to get my 'soundtracksofwhatever blog' running again. Take a look.

    Can I link you?

  7. # Blogger The Long Island Ripper

    hey there,

    wanted to know if you could help me out. i got a new blog out and i see you have my 1st blog on your favorites. Can you link my new one too? I linked your blog and was wondering if you could possibly return the favor. here's the video blog addy:
    The Insomnia Video Stash

    got crazy stuff on there my friend. check it out. leave a comment if you can. would really appreciate it if you can help spread the word about my new blog. take care buddy.  

  8. # Blogger Lv99 Slacker

    Tips on how to minimize the chances of your uploads from being removed from your file hosting sites of choice:

    1) Name your files something less obvious, or something completely unrelated, like "podcast#32"

    2) Password protect your files.

    3) Don't use the following file hosting sites: Mediafire, Divshare, and Rapidshare. These sites frequently scan their servers for illegal content and if they identify such a file by its title/name, they will delete it. Mediafire goes down now and then. Divshare has a lame bandwidth cap. Lastly, Rapidshare sucks because of its 100MB file size limit and the 1hr+ download queues.

    4) Don't use file hosting sites that give download links that expose the type of file it is (i.e., .zip, .rar, .7z, etc). Rapidshare and Gigasize do this. Zshare, Megaupload, Flyupload do not.

    Good: hxxp://www[dot]flyupload[dot]com/?fid=8299305

    Bad (bad portion in parenthesis):

    5) This is the most important. When it comes to the actual download links, I recommend doing either of the following: A) Change the link a bit. Instead of "http://" change it to "hxxp://" or



    Why? Because file hosting site administrators can check to see where a download link is posted, if the link can refer back. By "corrupting" the link, the link cant phone home so to speak, thus alerting an administrator of its location (i.e., your blog).

    B) This is what I would personally do if I were to start my own music sharing blog. Use downloadable flash paper. Take a look:

    A person can download that document either as a .pdf, a Microsoft Word document or a plain Notepad .txt document. Also you can embed the flash document into a blog post much the same way that you can embed video from sites like YouTube; the embedded flash document will include the download buttons. You'll have to register at Scribd to use flash paper, but registration is free. If you don't want to use flash paper, post your "corrupted" download link in the comment section.

    However, none of these precautions will do you any good if some copyright advocate or an employee of the RIAA or what not finds your blog and reports every link.

    Thanks for taking the time and effort to share your collection :)  

  9. # Blogger Türk 182  

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