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Mark Tschanz

Mark Tschanz is a Swiss musician and score composer who has worked in the film industry since 1994. He composed the soundtrack to 2:37 in 2006.


  • "LA I hate you" aka:"Based on true events" composer. Dir Yvan Gauthier
  • "Lady of Sorrows" Composer Dir Terence Gross
  • "Touched" 2009 feature score composer.
  • "A boy called Dad" musician, guitarist.
  • “8” (eight) segment : “Reduce Child Mortality” director: Gus van Sant (2008)
  • “Final song” Feature Score Composer for Crystal Sky Productions](2008)
  • "The West Wittering Affair (2006) Dir : D Scheinmann
  • "2:37" (2006)
  • ".357" (2005)
  • "Leestemaker: Portrait of an Artist (2003)
  • "Teknolust (2002)
  • "Hotel Splendide (film)|Hotel Splendide" (2000) Dir Terence Gross
  • "The Sin Eater" Dir Terence Gross.
  • "Stealing Beauty" Song "(This is) the Life". Dir: Bernardo Bertolucci.
  • "The Sin Eater" (1997) (TV)
  • "Fun" (1994)
  • "Impulse" Song" Tango" Dir Sondra Locke


  • Factory Lines _ Theme Music.
  • 12 episodes of "Extreme Engineering" (US) aka:"Colossal Construction" US/"Kings of Construction" UK
  • "The Polar Bears of Churchill, with Ewan McGregor
  • "Dr Tatiana's Sex Guide to All Creation"
  • Series "Pevsner"
  • "Ewan and the Bears"
  • "Dr Tatiana"
  • "Paris" and "Buenos Aires" for CNN...

""Baywatch" songs "Happy" and "The life" in episodes 136 and 140 of the series

  • Other works:
  • "Trazom" ballet for ISO at Mozart's bicentennial NY Lincoln Center Chor: Danny Ezralow
  • Ballet "Mountains in your Face" for "the Movers" Dance Company Chor: Danny Ezralow


His album; Blue Dog was released in 1996. The second track "Love Song" is the theme music for the popular video gaming podcast "Digital Cowboys"

"Blue Dog" track listing

  • 1. The Life
  • 2. Love Song
  • 3. Time
  • 4. Storm
  • 5. Happy
  • 6. Rattlesnake
  • 7. The Immortals
  • 8. Windwalker
  • 9. Rain
  • 10. Incubus

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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