13 Washington Square

Title: 13 Washington Square

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1928


Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At screening: “Petite Bijouterie” by Bohm
  2. Don’t be afraid, Mary: “Detresse” by Snock
  3. Mother, there’s something I want to talk to you about: “Pavane de la Cour” by Gabriel Marie
  4. De Peyster joins Mary: LOVE THEME, “Sweet Little Lady of Mine” by Kountz
  5. Pier: “Avril Frileux” by Moutou
  6. Something very important: “Adventue d’Amour” by Bradford
  7. That’s the last whistle: “By the Stream” by Rapee-Axt
  8. Reporters in front of house: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  9. A humble boarding house: “A Legend of Erin” by Johnson
  10. So our little family circle: DEACON THEME, “The Gentleman Burglar” by Jacquet
  11. When night had shadowed: “Threatening Danger” by Becce
  12. Jack and Mary appear: “Witty Witch” by Finck
  13. Matilda see footprint in salt on floor: “The Toy Bandit” by Finck
  14. Struggle starts: “Symphonic Incidental No. 10” by Marquardt
  15. Why Matilda, what are you doing here?: “Plainte Passionnee” by Baron
  16. We must keep the house dark: “Evil Spirits” by Varnier
  17. ‘Phone Mr. Morgan: “Moto Perpetuo” by Weiss
  18. Flash-light on Mrs. De Peyster: “Camorra” by Joels
  19. It’s only the deacon: Repeat Deacon Theme No. 10
  20. Why did you close that door?: “Creeping Creatures” by Varnier
  21. I’ve got to put a stop to that: “Anticipation of Danger” by Becce
  22. Deacon pushes Mary back into room: “La Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie
  23. We must work fast: “Queer Antics” by Zamecnik
  24. You’re just the man: “Bon Vivant” by Zamecnik
  25. Now sister run along: Repeat Duncan Theme No. 10
  26. Deacon ascending stairs: “Dramatic Appeal” by Jores
  27. When a show pinches: “Historie de Blondinette” by Gillet
  28. Deacon descends stairs: Repeat Deacon Theme No. 10
  29. I’ll trouble you for license: “Prattle” by Lowitz
  30. You’re Matilda’s sister: “Lamento” from Eugene Onegin by Tschaikowsky
  31. Mary picks up license: “Serenade Coquette” by Barthelemy
  32. You have a difficult problem: “Reproach” by Zamecnik
  33. There is no charge: “Chanson Algerian” by Bradford
  34. Deacon leaves: Repeat Love Theme No. 4

Notes: Cues transcribed by James Doering

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: xUUx7o347o

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