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Kurt Kuenne | Hunting of Man (Original Motion Picture Score)

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Hunting of Man (Original Motion Picture Score)

by Kurt Kuenne

This is Kurt Kuenne's orchestral score for Joe Menendez's ("Ladrón Que Roba A Ladrón") 2003 indie drama "Hunting of Man".
Genre: Classical: Film Music
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1. Overture
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2. Blood and Rain
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3. Hunting
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4. Omar's Money Train
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5. The End of a Friendship
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6. Life in the Falcon Home
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7. The Parking Lot
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8. Hunting Men
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9. Rumano
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10. Dirty
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11. I Love Him
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12. Simon by Carlos
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13. Baby Ché
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14. Simon Goes Hunting
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15. The Paintball Incident
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16. Carlos
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17. The Final Hunt
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18. Baptism
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19. Manhood Found
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Kurt Kuenne is an award-winning filmmaker and composer of both fiction and documentary films. His films as writer/director/composer include the Frank Capra Award-winning film "Shuffle" (2011); the acclaimed documentary "Dear Zachary" (2008, Nominee - Best Documentary Score, International Film Music Critics); the musical short films "Rent-A-Person", "Validation", "Slow" and "The Phone Book"; the PBS documentary "Drive-In Movie Memories"; and the award-winning teen drama "Scrapbook". His work as composer only includes the award-winning score for "The Blacklist" creator Jon Bokenkamp's first feature "Preston Tylk", and re-scoring the 1925 silent classic "Cyrano de Bergerac"; this score was premiered by the San Diego Symphony and called "one of the most lush, romantic and exceptional pieces of music ever composed for a silent film" (DVDFile.com, 2000). His popular solo piano single "Crime of Passion" was featured on Season 3, Episode 20 of NBC's "The Blacklist".

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