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Zander the Great

Title: Zander the Great

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1925

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

Notes:

Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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The Waltz Dream

Title: The Waltz Dream

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1925

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Contents:

Notes: Incomplete

Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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They Like ‘Em Rough

Title: They Like ‘Em Rough

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Belwin, 1922

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Contents:

Notes:

Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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Stella Dallas

Title: Stella Dallas

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: 1925

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Format: Cue sheet

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All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Notes: handwritten notes, film theme attached

Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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Mare Nostrum

Title: Mare Nostrum

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1926

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Contents:

Notes:

Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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The Latest from Paris

Title: The Latest from Paris

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1928

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Contents:

  1. At screening: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)
  2. Sign—“Blogg and Littauer”: Viennese by Komzak
  3. He should be designing: Confidence by Waldteufel
  4. Gee, now I’m glad: Stardust by Power
  5. I’ve decided: Mountain Trails by Schoenfeld
  6. Sign—“Blogg and Littauer”: Adoree by Friml (WHITE) Chorus

SEGUE: Caressing Butterfly by Barthelemy

  1. Well, I’m going to Roxboro: Love’s Wilfulness by Barthelemy
  2. Robertson, I’m taking this liberty: Breath of Morn by Kempinski
  3. Auto on screen at store front: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)
  4. The travelling man: Love and Laughter by Cobb
  5. Salesman leaves hotel desk after key action: Bowl of Pansies by Reynard
  6. Norma Shearer telephoning: In Merry Mood by Axt
  7. Thanks for the order: Blue Bells by Zamecnik
  8. Water poured on house detective: Little Fawn by Rosenbaum
  9. Saleman sees girl in other train: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)

SEGUE: A Garden Dance by Vargas

  1. Wreck: Agitato No. 1 by Armandola
  2. Close-up of salesman and Shearer: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)
  3. Child at door of car platform: Piquant Waltz by Lehar
  4. If he ever loses a finger: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)
  5. Deaf and dumb couple leave platform: Storm Galop by Komzak (LT BLUE)
  6. Sign—Summerville Hotel: Sparklets by Miles
  7. What’s merry about it: Rang-Tang by Dabney
  8. Boy puts down telephone: Sacred Night, Holy Night by Borch
  9. Exterior scene: Iris by Reynard
  10. Girl pulls down window shade: Storm Galop by Komzak (LT BLUE)
  11. Lovers meet in hotel lobby: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)
  12. Boy takes off overcoat: Sacred Night, Holy Night by Borch
  13. Lovers walk out of hotel lobby: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)
  14. Joe dear, I’m afraid: Andante Appassionato by Soro
  15. Norma Shearer goes upstairs in hotel—Lover enters hotel lobby: Incid. Symphony No. 11 by Hauenschild
  16. Norma pulls down window shade: Love’s Melody by Daniderff
  17. Norma Shearer shows on screen: Incid. Symphony No. 11 by Hauenschild
  18. Brother kisses Norma Shearer: Night Song by Stults
  19. With you: Storm Galop by Komzak (LT BLUE)
  20. Norma Shearer hangs up telephone: A Spring Day by Haines
  21. Fade after title: “Always It’s Cheaper”: Gerbe de Roses by Franceschi
  22. Father, Joe and I are going to be married: Little Trifler by Barnard
  23. Hotel register on screen: Golden Sand by Finck
  24. Bedroom scene after men shake hands: Viennese by Komzak
  25. Two men leave girl’s bedroom: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)
  26. Lover leaves girl’s bedroom: Loves Glamour by Varley
  27. Two partners leave bedroom: Springtime of Life by Marquardt
  28. Take a tip: Trembling Agitato by Kilenyi
  29. Sleigh drives off: By-Gone Days by Pintel
  30. I always said: Adoree by Friml (WHITE)

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Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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The Hands of Nara

Title: The Hands of Nara

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Belwin, 1922

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Contents:

  1. Chanson Russe
  2. Elegie by Barmotine
  3. Melancolie
  4. America
  5. Russian Romance
  6. Dance of Wood Nymphs
  7. Slumberland
  8. Shadowland
  9. Golden Showers
  10. Romance D’Amour
  11. Carissima
  12. Midsummer Night’s Serenade
  13. The Vampire
  14. Lamentoso by Borch
  15. Romance D’Amour
  16. Russian Romance
  17. Devotion by Herbert
  18. Romance D’Amour
  19. Melody of Peace
  20. Melancolie by Granier
  21. Canzonetta by Hammer
  22. Russian Romance
  23. Devotion by Herbert
  24. Poetique
  25. At Sunset
  26. Prelude by Rachmaninoff
  27. Midsummer Night’s Serenade
  28. Melody of Peace
  29. Lamentoso by Borch No. 29
  30. Destiny
  31. Hurry by O’Hare No. 24
  32. Romance D’Amour

Notes: Cues transcribed by Mariana Whitmer.

Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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The Fair Co-Ed

Title: The Fair Co-Ed

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1927

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Contents:

  1. At screening: Good News by Henderson
  2. Salesman badge shows on book: Humpty Dumpty’s Funeral March by Brandeis
  3. Burlesque burial of auto plates: Varsity Drag by Henderson
  4. Hearse shows on screen: There’s a Boatman on the Volga by Whiting
  5. College boy gets into Marion Davies’ auto: Radio Message by Baron
  6. Marion Davies gets out of auto: Entrance of the Heroes by Herbert
  7. Were thou a man: He’s a Ladies’ Man by Henderson
  8. Auto stops again – Marion Davies gets out: Repeat No. 2 (BROWN)
  9. Close your cut out: Girl I Left Behind Me by Loesch
  10. One scene: The Best Things in Life Are Free by Henderson (WHITE)
  11. Invite us to your wedding: 20th Century Galop by Bub
  12. Marion Davies lying on ground: Danse Passion by Zamecnik
  13. The co-ed’s dormitory: Lucky in Love by Henderson
  14. May I borrow your vase: An Odd Number by Davis
  15. Fade-out of Marion Davies with Rose: Zephyrs by Schoenfeld
  16. I’m glad to see you out for the team: Repeat No. 10 (WHITE)
  17. Gee but you look swell: Shoot by Kaufman
  18. During the first week: Repeat No. 3 “Varsity Drag”
  19. Exterior scene: Valsette by Sanderson
  20. Marion Davies jumps out through window: Hasty Moments by Savino (LIGHT BLUE)
  21. Up on your puppies: Freshie by Greer
  22. Freshman with flypaper runs off: Repeat No. 20 (LIGHT BLUE)
  23. Marion Davies in tree: Repeat No. 10 (WHITE)
  24. I was afraid: Repeat No. 13 “Lucky in Love”
  25. Marion Davies puts her head up close to fraternity pin: Mountain Laurel by Allen
  26. Fade-out of gym scene: In the Bungalow by Langey
  27. Why didn’t you pass to Betty: Whims by Savino
  28. At Pop’s soda store: Humpty Dumpty’s Funeral March by Brandeis (BROWN)
  29. Ah, it looks like: Reconciliation by Drigo
  30. Boy breaks mirror: Lt. Romantic Theme No. 2 by Luz

SEGUE: Humpty Dumpty’s Funeral March by Brandeis (BROWN)

  1. Claxton’s goat – sign: Repeat No. 20 (LIGHT BLUE)
  2. Yea, Dixon: The Best Things in Life are Free by Henderson (WHITE)
  3. Marion Davies enters her room: March Blue by Lake
  4. The night of the Claxton game: Andantino Idillio by Drigo (Drigo’s Cinema Classics)
  5. And watch little Rosie’s dust too: Play Ball by Kaufman
  6. Revolver shot: Whispering Hope by Dews
  7. Girls embrace: Pins and Needles by Kaufman

SEGUE: The Plunger by Allen

  1. Shoot: Good News by Henderson
  2. Boy pulls Marion Davies out of gang into other room: The Best Things in Life are Free by Henderson

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Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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The Dove

Title: The Dove

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1927

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Format: Cue sheet

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  1. At screening: Magic Sunbeams by Drumm

SEGUE: Spanish Love Theme by Marquardt (WHITE)

  1. A palm blessed land: Symphonic Incidentals No. 2 by Marquardt
  2. Woman walks out of store: Facing Death by Becce (BLACK)
  3. Across the desert: La Gitana by Kreisler
  4. People show on screen after moving scenes: Diabolical Allegro by Bergunker (RED)
  5. Very well, let him talk: Eroticon by Mikulicz

SEGUE: Santanna by Bryan

  1. The dance hall is called: Pepita by Motzan
  2. Don Sandoval has: Trumpet Call by Trumpeter
  3. One scene: Matador by Marchisio
  4. Man stops band playing: La Clavel by Kempinski
  5. Enough of this: The Kinkajou by Tierney
  6. Don Sandoval kissing girl: Jurame by Grever
  7. After toast – party drinks: Yearning by Crist
  8. Second time “The Dove” door shows: Rio Rita by Tierney
  9. Lights go out while Don Sandoval is dancing on the table: Charrita by Santos
  10. End of dance – Norma’s back to camera: Fandango by Hosmer
  11. Hot sport: Melida by Elie (LT. GREEN)
  12. I cannot go on: Echo of Spring by Cunningham
  13. Norma Talmadge gets up from chair: Repeat No. 17 (LT. GREEN)

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  1. Fade out of commandante with money: Reverie by Drumm
  2. Shadow shows on screen: Diabolical Allegro by Bergunker (RED)
  3. Don Sandoval drinks: Misterioso Fantastico by Becce
  4. Don Sandoval applauds: Repeat No. 44 (RED)
  5. What you want: Descriptive Agitato No. 39 by Boehnlein
  6. You will tell him: Repeat No. 42 (BLACK)
  7. Close up of lover with soldiers after villains hide: Repeat No. 40 (WHITE)
  8. This is good-bye: Symphonic Incidentals No. 6 by Marquardt
  9. Fade-out after title “You betcha my life”: Mysterious March by Borch
  10. Scene showing house: Manzanillo by Robyn
  11. Soldiers ride into house: Melida by Elie (LT. GREEN)
  12. Maybe I like you very much: Misterioso Irresoluto by Langey
  13. Don Sandoval knocks glass of wine out of Norma Talmadge’s hand: Defiant Love by Schad (LT. BLUE)
  14. Don Sandoval stops laughing at Norma Talmadge: Repeat No. 42 (BLACK)
  15. Lover walks to Norma Talmadge: Repeat No. 40 (WHITE)
  16. Servant throws plant from balcony on lover: Furioso No. 89 by Berge
  17. Courtyard scene after lover is captured: Grand Dramatic Scene by May
  18. Norma Talmadge runs to and embraces lover: Reproach by Zamecnik
  19. Norma Talmadge goes from Don Sandoval to lover: Spanish Love Theme by Marquardt (WHITE)
  20. Soldiers raise rifles: Facing Death by Becce (BLACK)
  21. The best damn caballero: Repeat No. 55 (LT. BLUE)
  22. Servant walks on to Don Sandoval and off: Repeat No. 61 (WHITE)

 

Notes: Incomplete

Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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The Desert’s Toll

Title: The Desert’s Toll

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1926

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

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  1. At Screening: Prelude by Beghon
  2. Below the: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeld (GREEN)
  3. Man Lies on Ground after Shot Fired: Gathering of the Braves by Axt (BROWN)
  4. Indian and White Man on Cliff: Repeat No. 2 (GREEN)
  5. Man Giving Old Man Water: Someone Must Pav [sic] by Willoughby
  6. Man Putting Paper in Saddle on Horse: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeld (BLUE)
  7. Boy, He’s Up There: Continue No. 6 “P”
  8. Man Captured: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeld (RED)
  9. Man Fells Down Cliff: Roll By Drummer, then repeat No. 8 (RED)
  10. Second Man Falls Down Cliff: Repeat No. 6 (BLUE)
  11. This is Your Last Warning: Repeat No. 8 (RED)
  12. It’s a Far Cry: Batifolage by Baron
  13. With the Unerring Instinct: Starland by O’Connor
  14. Hotel Desk Scene: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeld (RED)
  15. He War Our Pal: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeld (GREEN)
  16. Fade-Back to Hotel Office: Repeat No. 14 (RED)
  17. So Muriel Cooper Took: Ripples by Hildreth
  18. He’s Sure to Come Down: Valse Mysterieuse by Baron
  19. Fade as Man and Woman Walk Off Screen: Symphonic Color Classic by Schoenfeld (WHITE)
  20. Man and Girl Seated at Table: Gathering of the Braves by Axt (BROWN)
  21. You Will Have to Spend the Night Here: Repeat No. 19 (WHITE)
  22. Midnight: Pizzicato-Mysterioso by Langey
  23. When the Morning Light: Allegro Agitato by Luz
  24. Man and Girl Captured: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeldl (RED)

Segue: Prelude Satanic by Kempinski

  1. Out on the Desert: Repeat No. 15 (GREEN)
  2. Man Pours Water Out of Flask: Prelude Satanic by Kempinski
  3. Prisoner Lights Match with Foot: Repeat No. 20 (BROWN)
  4. Three Men Shown Drinking Before Indian Releases Prisoner: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeld (RED)
  5. Renegade Sees Prisoner Has Escaped: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeld (BLUE)
  6. Indians Put Shirt on Man in Bed: Repeat No. 20 (BROWN)
  7. White Girl Tricked Me: Romance of a Rose by O’Connor
  8. Fade Out as Man Leaves Room: Repeat No. 29 (BLUE)
  9. Maybe I Deserve It: Reverie Poetique by Baron
  10. Girl Leaves House: Incid. Symphony No. 11 (Hauenschild)
  11. Man Rides Off With Girl on Horse’s Back: The Speed Demon by Bub
  12. Get a Doctor for This Girl Quick: Repeat No. 29 (BLUE)
  13. Renegades Captured: Repeat No. 28 (RED)
  14. And Then: Symphonic Color Classic No. 3 by Schoenfeld (WHITE)

Notes: Uses Luz’s color-coded system of music organization. Cues transcribed by Mariana Whitmer.

Source: Silent Film Collection, Claire Hamack materials, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder

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