Julian Lefay

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Julian LeFay
Born October 30, 1965 (Age 52)
Birth Place Copenhagen, Denmark
Nationality Danish   Denmark.svg
Aliases Julian Jensen
Website www.textcrit.com

Julian Lefay is an American game composer. Julian played the keyboards in the band Russian Heat. He has done work for a little amount of games but is most famous for his Elder Scrolls soundtracks. He programmed some of Dragon's Lair: Escape From Singe's Castle on MS-DOS. Since around March of 2011, Julian currently programs in Montgomery Village, Maryland and continues to compose game music.

Music Composition


Lefay used Sonix for the Commodore Amiga to write the musical score for Dragon's Lair.


Julian used the ISIS Development System's sequencer.


Released Title Sample
1988-??-?? Zoom! (AMI)
1989-??-?? Dragon's Lair: Escape from Singe's Castle (AMI)
1989-??-?? Sword of Sodan (AMI)
1991-01-?? Wayne Gretzky Hockey (NES) Sound Driver
1991-01-01 Wayne Gretzky Hockey 3 (DOS) Music
1991-09-?? Where's Waldo? (NES) Sound Driver
1991-10-?? Home Alone (NES) Sound Driver
1992-??-?? The Terminator: 2029 (DOS) Music