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Norma Waltzes

Title: Norma Waltzes

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Photoplay Music Co., 1917

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Format: Sheet Music

Document type: Musical Score

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Contents:

Notes: For Piano

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Wind

Title: The Wind

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1” (Old) by Luz
  2. Play Once and Segue: “Incid. Miniatures No.8” by Hauenschild
  3. This Is the Story; “Comedy Excitement” by Zamecnik
  4. Man Getting Glass of Water: Continue No.3 with wind effect
  5. Man Close Car Window: “Miss Mischief” by Kempinski
  6. Girl Has Apple: Repeat No.1 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1”
  7. Injuns Call This: “The Spectre” by Engleman (wind effect)
  8. Conductor Comes Into Car: “Symphonic Incidentals No.2” by Marquardt (Wind-Shot)
  9. Stop With Shot After Title “We’ll Shoot”: Repeat No.3 “Comedy Excitement”
  10. Fade-Out After Title “I Seen That Galoot Before”: “Galloping Furies” by Rapee (Wind)
  11. After Endless Miles: “Breath of the Morn” by Kempinski
  12. I’d Have Sent For You Sooner: “Incid. Miniatures No.8” by Hauenschild
  13. Two Men Enter House: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-C3” (Old) by Luz
  14. Man Makes Bad Face At Bad Taste In Mouth: Repeat No.1 or tacet (Wind)
  15. After One Window Scene: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-B2”” (Old) by Luz
  16. Lillian Gish About To Drink: Repeat No.1 or Tacet (Wind)
  17. Fade-Out to Exterior: “Dance of the Sylphes” by Marquardt
  18. Children Sit On Lillian Gish’s Lap: “Lonely Hours” by Kempinski
  19. Fade-Out of Woman With Knife: “Bits of Old Time Hits Nos. 1 and 2” by Reeg
  20. End of Dance—Lillian Gish Sits Down: “Poppy Love Theme” by Luz
  21. Orchestra Plays: “Over The Waves” by Rosas
  22. Stop With Shot: Repeat No.20 “Poppy Love Theme”
  23. Lillian Gish Sees Herself In Mirror: “Symphonic Incidentals No.2” by Marquardt
  24. Bell Falls Through Roof: Repeat No.20 “Poppy Love Theme”
  25. Lige Runs Down Stairs To Women In Cellar: “Artist’s Life” by Strauss
  26. Wife Kisses Husband: “The Butterflies Wedding” by Marcelle
  27. Lillian Gish Begins To Laugh After Throwing Ring: “Pomone” by Waldteufel
  28. And For A Moment I Thought: “Lonely Hours” by Kempinski
  29. Wife Throws Lillian Gish From Husband: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1” (Old) by Luz
  30. After Exterior Wind Scene: “Symphonic Incidentals No.6” by Marquardt
  31. Letty Walks Out of Room—Man Walks To Window: “The Spectre” by Engleman
  32. Fade-Out of Man At Window: Repeat No.28 “Lonely Hours”
  33. Fade-Out After Title “Two Men Want To Marry You”: “Norma Waltzes” by Luz
  34. Man Rides Away From Door On Horseback; “Incid Miniatures No.8” by Hauenschild
  35. Play Once Through and Segue: “You and I” by Lotter
  36. Lemme Get You Some More: “Mystic Romance” by Srawley
  37. Feet On Floor Stop Walking Where Cup Lies: “Defiant Love” by Schad
  38. Lillian Gish Stops Resenting Kiss: Repeat No.34 “Incid. Miniatures No.8”
  39. Husband Leaves Room; Repeat No.29 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1”
  40. After One Wind Scene: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-C3” (Old) by Luz
  41. Husband Enters House: “Incid Miniatures No.8” by Hauenschild
  42. Take Me With you Lige; Repeat No.29 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1”
  43. Play Twice and Segue—Fade-Out As Husband and Wife Ride Off: “Galloping Furies” by Rapee
  44. Fade-Out As Horse Jumps On Hind Legs: “Joe Bowers” (Voice Alone)
  45. Man Walks To Window: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-B2” (Old) by Luz
  46. Someone’s Hurt: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1” (Old) by Luz
  47. Body Carried Into Room; Repeat No.45 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-B2” (
  48. Infured Man Puts Hand Over Face: “The Spectre” by Engleman
  49. Man Looking Through Stereopticon: “Spring Fancies” by Marquardt
  50. Weren’t You Afraid?: Repeat No.48 “The Spectre”
  51. Woman Lights Light: Repeat No.46 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1”
  52. Husband Enters Room: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-B2” (Old) by Luz
  53. Stop With Wind Effect As Door Opens: Repeat No.46 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1”
  54. Fade-Out of Girl At Door: “Galloping Furies” by Rapee
  55. Lillian Gish Seen In Room; “Fugitive” by Maiorana (Odd wind)
  56. Lillian Gish Puts Out Light—Room Moves: Repeat No.50 “The Spectre”
  57. Man Enters Room: Repeat No.46 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1”
  58. Fade-Out of White Horse as Lillian Gish Is Seen Lying In Bed: “Symphonic Incidentals No.6” by Marquardt
  59. I Hope He Will: “Defiant Love” by Schad
  60. Stop Short of Shot: Repeat No.52 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-B2”
  61. Lillian Gish Goes Out Through Door: Repeat No.46 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1”
  62. Lillian Gish Re-enters House: “The Spectre” by Engleman
  63. Man’s Face Seen In Sand: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.20-A1” by Luz
  64. Lige I’ve Killed: Repeat No.62 “The Spectre”
  65. Lige Walks From Door: “Incid. Miniatures No.8” by Hauenschild
  66. Lovers Kiss: “Comedy Excitement” by Zamecnik

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 28 to 40 inclusive.

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Wild Orchids

Title: Wild Orchids

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Main Street” by Lake
  2. Stone and Garbo Get Out of Auto: “Roguish Eyes” by Gruenwald
  3. Interior of Stateroom; “Wild Orchids” by Klages
  4. Garbo Walks Out of Stateroom: “Incid. Symphony No.36” by Kempinski (RED)
  5. Stone Going To Cabin Bows To Foreign Prince: “Le Chevalier Printemps” by Jacquet
  6. Dear, I Want You; “A Regret” by Byford
  7. Stone Walks From Wife and Prince: “If You Want the Rainbow” by Levant
  8. Play Once and Segue: “Out of the Dawn” by Donaldson
  9. Fade To Garbo and Prince at Ship’s Rail: “Sirene” by Viola
  10. Close-Up of Garbo and Prince Kissing: “Reverie Poetique” by Baron
  11. Garbo Gets Into Bed: Repeat No.3 “Wild Orchids”
  12. Play Once and Segue: “Chant d’Amour” by Frommel
  13. Flash To Prince With Whip: Repeat RED
  14. I Had A Terrible Nightmare: “Sincerite” by Sanderson
  15. Java: “Yohmey” by Walton
  16. I Won’t Take Anything: “Melodic Appassionato No.1” by Marquardt
  17. Prince Enters Cabin To Stone and Wife: “A Summer Day” by Wright
  18. Fade To Javanese Exterior Scene: “Oriental Style” by Armandola
  19. Long Dining Table Scene: “Nyla” by Smith
  20. Your Room: “The Season’s Greetings” by Marquardt
  21. Play Once and Segue: “Sincerity” by Byford
  22. People Seated Drinking Cocktails: “Petit Ballet Japonais” by Goublier
  23. Servant Refills Stone’s Glass: “Valse Slave” by Savasta
  24. Fade To Three People In Hall: “Serenata a Seny” by Culotta
  25. Play Once and Segue: “Andante Appassionato” by Soro
  26. Fade To Javanese Seated On Ground—Exterior: Repeat RED
  27. Garbo Runs From Prince To Room; Repeat No.16 “Melodic Appassionato”
  28. Prince Gets Into Auto: “Siamese Patrol” by Lincke
  29. Rain Storm Starts: “Just A Gem” by Tobani
  30. You Can’t Travel; “Tender Memories” by Rapee-Axt
  31. Auto Drives Away: Repeat RED
  32. Garbo Rings Gong For Maid: “Lost Paradise” by Kempinski
  33. You Wanted To Come Out: “Love’s Emotion” by Marquardt
  34. Stone Sees Shadows On Blind: “Tragico con Moto” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  35. Stone Enters Room To Wife In Bed: “Told At Twilight” by Huerter
  36. Fade To Prince and Servant: Repeat RED
  37. Prince Leaves Stone—Sits In Chair: “Boreas” by Trinkaus
  38. I Just Wanted To Say: “Symphonic Incidentals No.12” by Marquardt
  39. The Jungle: “African Moon” by Earle
  40. Interior Tent Scene: Repeat RED
  41. My Pipe: Repeat No.38 “Symphonic Incidentals No.12”
  42. Did You Hear That: “Rache-Vengeance” by Porret
  43. Garbo Enters to Prince In Tent: Repeat No.33 “Love’s Emotion
  44. The Tiger Must Be: “Incid. Symphony No.2” by Kempinski
  45. Garbo Runs From Tent Into Jungle: “Omens” by Schad
  46. Prince Lying On Ground Injured: “Symphonic Incidentals No.6”by Marquardt
  47. Fade To Loading Baggage On Elephants: “Dawn of [Damaged]” by De Casella
  48. The Doctor Says: “Moonlight Dreams” by Marquardt
  49. Stone Opens Door Of Auto; Repeat No.3 “Wild Orchids”

Proper Orchestral Rest Period is Nos. 30 to 36 inclusive.

NOTE: The repetition of numbers in this cue sheet is simplified by the use of the “LUZ” SYMPHONIC COLOR GUIDE, sold by Music Buyers Cornoration. 1520 Broadway, New York City. The color suggested for repetition of numbers designates the Mood or Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Wickedness Preferred

Title: Wickedness Preferred

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Fascinatin’ Vamp” by Nussbaum (LT. GREEN)
  2. Marriage is Like: Continue No.1
  3. I’m So Sleepy: “Strawberries” by Kaufman
  4. Some Men Go To: “Sur al Pelouse” by Andrieu
  5. I Started To Read Your Book: “Nymphs Frolic” by Bradford
  6. Now I Want You To Meet My Husband: “The Wooing Hour” by Zamecnik
  7. It’s Hard To Tell A Boy From A Girl: Repeat LT. GREEN
  8. That Afternoon: “Bayaderes from ‘Babylon’” by Elie (DK. GREEN)
  9. Well, She Has To Fight For Her Honor: “Graceful Blondinette” by Borch
  10. Tell Us Where: “Redzi” by Caludi
  11. Cave Scene: Repeat DK. GREEN
  12. Don’t Be Afraid: “Emotional Agitato” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics (LT. BLUE)
  13. Did You Fall On Your Inspiration: “Tesoro Mio!” by Becucci (Introd)
  14. There Are Two Things: “Tesoro Mio!” by Becucci
  15. Girl Goes In Off Balcony: “Serenata a Seny” by Culotta
  16. Are You Hissing Me: Repeat LT. BLUE
  17. If Those Curtains Were Open: “Passion Flowers” by Somerville
  18. Garden Scene—Girl On Balcony: “In Cheerful Mood” by Gabriel Marie
  19. Husband Sees Girl Wife on Balcony: Repeat LT. BLUE
  20. What’s The Meaning of this Unlawful: Repeat LT. GREEN
  21. Oceanic Bound: “Jolly Buccaneers” by Schertzinger
  22. It Won’t Be Long Now: Repeat LT. BLUE
  23. Cody and Girl Climb On Rock from Water: “Happy Jacqueline” by Mondrone
  24. Come On Out: “Loves Enchantment” by Varley
  25. Girl Has Eaten All of Her Cracker—They Smell Coffee: “Mignonette” by Sodero
  26. Here’s A Bone: “Ye Bold Buccaneer” by Copping
  27. Struggle: “Scene Dramatique”by Benoit
  28. Husband Comes Around Corner: Repeat LT. GREEN

Proper rest period is Nos. 14 to 21 inclusive.

NOTE: The repetition of numbers in this cue sheet is simplified by the use of the “LUZ” SYMPHONIC COLOR GUIDE, sold by Music Buyers Cornoration. 1520 Broadway, New York City. The color suggested for repetition of numbers designates the Mood or Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The White Sister

Title: The White Sister

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1923

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Six Strokes on Chimes, then At Twilight” by Golden
  2. Italy: “Incid. Symphony No.15” by Thomas
  3. Palace Interior Scene: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard
  4. End of Man’s Prayer: “Repeat No.2 “Incid. Symphony No.15”
  5. Two Ladies Come Down Palace Stairs: “At Twilight” by Golden
  6. Lovers Disturbed When Man Slams Door: “Angel’s Serenade” by Braga
  7. Riding To Hounds: “Allegro Vivace No.1” by Langey
  8. Angela Mysteriously Lead: “Cirbirbin” by Pestalozza
  9. End of Dance—Musicians Stop Playing: “Margarita from ‘From Italy’” by Langey
  10. End of Boy’s Song: Repeat No.7 “Allegro Vivace No.1”
  11. Fade-Back To Lovers In Garden: “O Sole Mio!” by de Curtis (Accordeon-Organ)
  12. Lovers With Backs To Camera At Lake: “Allegro Vivace No.1” by Langey
  13. Stop Abrupt At Accident: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard
  14. Woman In Riding Habit Closes Portieres Back Screen: “Dram. Andante No.32” by Berge
  15. Woman In Riding Clothes Burns Paper: “Novelette” by Glazounow
  16. What Does He Mean; “Pensees d’Amour” by Bucalossi
  17. In A Section of The City: “Bridal Paths” by Langford
  18. After Man’s Hand Knocks On Door: “At Twilight” by Golden
  19. Play Once and Segue: “O Sole Mio!” by de Curtis
  20. Dawn and Each Precious Moment: “Dram. Andante No.32” by Berge
  21. Carriage Turns Around In Street: Repeat No.18 “At Twilight”
  22. Carriage Stops—Woman Gets Out: “Incid. Symphony No.15” by Thomas
  23. Professor Sereri: “In Flowerland” by Golden
  24. Peacefully Sleeping: “Italians in Algeria” by Rossini
  25. And Angela Ever Dreaming: Repeat No.23 “In Flowerland”
  26. After Boy Is Spanked: “O Sole Mio!” by de Curtis (Wire Strings)
  27. Lillian Gish Leaves Window: “Repentance” by Kempinski
  28. Stop Short As Lillian Gish Faints: Dead Silence
  29. The Hospital of: “Scented Violets” by Reynard
  30. Meanwhile The Tremendous Task: “Incid. Symphony No.15” by Thomas
  31. Lillian Gish Sits Up In Bed: “At Twilight” by Golden
  32. The Flood of Tears: “A Cloister Episode” by Baron
  33. Two Years of Diligent Search; “Danse Oriental” by Lubomirsky
  34. Meanwhile Angela Served: “The Immortal Choir” by Lotter
  35. Fade-Out of Lillian Gish at Window: “Rest” by Borch
  36. Before Taking Her Final Vows: Repeat No.34 “Immortal Choir”
  37. Fade-Out of Long Shot of Convent Gardens: Repeat No.35 “Rest”
  38. While Giovanni Struggled For: Repeat No.34 “Immortal Choir”
  39. At The End of the Desert Trail: Repeat No.35 “Rest”
  40. Clothed in Bridal: “The Immortal Choir” by Lotter
  41. Ship Deck Scene: “Incid. Symphony No.15” by Thomas
  42. Wedding Bells: Church Bells by Organ or Drummer
  43. One Scene: “Ave Maria” by Gounod
  44. Play Once and Segue: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard
  45. Battleship On Screen Second Time: “Dramatic Andante No.32” by Berge
  46. Mother I Came: Play “Serenade Eternal” by Schroeder
  47. Carriage Seen On Screen: Repeat No.45 “Dram. Andante No.32”
  48. Interior Scenes After Carriage Drives Off: Repeat No.46 “Serenade Eternal”
  49. Lillian Gish On Screen Recognized By Severi: “At Twilight” by Golden
  50. Interrupt With Tympany Roll At Kiss: Tympany Roll
  51. Lillian Gish In Hall—Enters Room: “Pathetique Suite” by Luz
  52. Following A Lull: Repeat No.41 “Incid. Symphony No.15”
  53. Captain Severi Locks Door: “A Gruesome Tale” by Zamecnik
  54. Do You Think It Costs Me Nothing: Repeat No.45 “Dram. Andante No.32”
  55. I Came Only To Warn You: “Incid. Symphony No.8” by Kempinski
  56. Priest Seen In Street Scene: “Andante Religioso” by Goltermann
  57. Lillian Gish Leaving Observatory Makes Sign of the Cross: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No. 9-A1” by Luz
  58. Stop As Carriage Falls Over Bank: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No. 9-C3” by Luz
  59. Lillian Gish and Priest Seen On Screen: “Finale from ‘Symphony in F Minor” by Tschaikowsky
  60. Close-Up of Lillian Gish Kneeling At Alter: Repeat No.58 “A.B.C. Dram. Set No. 9-C3”
  61. Lillian Gish Rests Her Sister’s Head In Her Lap: “Incid. Symphony No.3” by Kempinski
  62. Captan Severi Lying In Water: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard
  63. Dawn Found Vesuvius: “Reve Angelique” by Rubenstein

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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White Shadows in the South Seas

Title: White Shadows in the South Seas

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (Play RED once—WHITE to cue)
  2. But The White man: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (LT. GREEN)
  3. Sebastian: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (RED)
  4. Catch Me A Bigger Pearl: “The Shark Dance” by Schoenfeld (YELLOW)
  5. After Dancer Shows Man: “Nocturne” by Crist
  6. You’ve Wrecked Their Bodies: “Wai-Loa” by Schoenfeld
  7. The Peril Of: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (DK. BLUE)
  8. Two Divers Get Back Into Boat: “Pathetique No.9” by Norton
  9. Man With Collapsed Lungs Being Rescued From Water: Repeat DK. BLUE
  10. Get Back To Work; Repeat RED
  11. Native Carried From Scene: Repeat DK. BLUE
  12. The Ordeal Lasted: “Melody” by Franck
  13. Doctor Comes From house with Towel: Repeat YELLOW
  14. A Strange Ship: “Repentance” by Kempinski
  15. Sure, Everyone Dead: “Emotional Agitato” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  16. Days In, Days Out: “Storm, Tempest” by Schifferl
  17. Fade-Out As Doctor Is Seen On Beach; “Creole Serenade” by Freire
  18. Doctor Swims In: “A South Sea Romance” by Stoughton
  19. Girls Swim Off After Native Girl Awakes: Repeat RED
  20. Doctor Offers To Shake Hands With Native Chief: “In Pensive Mood” by Berge (not slow)
  21. Lomi, Lomi: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (WHITE)
  22. Great Evenets: Repeat YELLOW
  23. Play Once and Segue: “Mo-Ana” by Olsen
  24. The Feasters Were Summoned: Muted Trumpet or Horn
  25. Once Scene: Repeat YELLOW (Hula Drums)
  26. Girl Stops Dancing Before Doctor: Repeat RED (very dramatic)
  27. Can You Not See: Repeat YELLOW
  28. Nights Filled With: Repeat LT. GREEN
  29. Doctor and Girl Go Out In Boat: “My Own Iona” by Gilbert
  30. Native Man Making Basket: Repeat LT. GREEN
  31. Boat Seen: Repeat DK. BLUE
  32. Girl Up In Tree: Repeat WHITE
  33. Interrupt with Alarm on Bamboo Log: Repeat DK. BLUE
  34. Boy Being Held Up By Logs: “Repentance” by Neinass
  35. Doctor Stops Working On Boy: Lamento” by Brockton
  36. Doctor Sees There Is Hope: “Effervescence” by Wolf
  37. After Boy Comes Back To Life: Repeat WHITE
  38. So Matthew Lloyd: “Pekoe Dance” by Tschakoff
  39. Native Fish Hook Seen: “Pathetic Melody’ by Borch
  40. So Across The Sun: Continue No.39
  41. Girl Hides When She Sees Lover: Repeat WHITE
  42. He Was Only A White Man: “Suspicions” by Baron
  43. Fire Burning: “Prelude Satanic” by Kempinski
  44. Girl Seen On Screen: “Fading Flowers” by Kempinski
  45. Matta Loa is Mad: Repeat No.43 “Prelude Satanic”
  46. Girl Seated Before Idol: Repeat No.44 “Fading Flowers”
  47. Doctors Drinking: Repeat DK. BLUE
  48. Stay Back: Repeat RED
  49. Boat Captain Seen In Hatchway: “Spirit of Spring” by Reiser
  50. Boat Captain Takes Pearl From Girl: Repeat DK. BLUE
  51. Boats Land: Repeat RED
  52. You Give Me The Cramps: “Agitato Dramatico” by Fresco
  53. End of Night—Doctor Falls Down: Repeat DK. BLUE
  54. Doctor Walking Off Scene: “Love Romance” by Bruhns
  55. Fade Out of Lovers: “Sorrow” by Macat
  56. One Scene After Title “WHITE SHADOWS”: Repeat YELLOW
  57. After One Dancing Scene: Repeat WHITE

Proper Orchestral Rest Period is Nos. 28 to 40 inclusive.

NOTE: The repetition of numbers in this cue sheet is simplified by the use of the “LUZ” SYMPHONIC COLOR GUIDE, sold by Music Buyers Cornoration. 1520 Broadway, New York City. The color suggested for repetition of numbers designates the Mood or Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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While The City Sleeps

Title: While The City Sleeps

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Symphonic Color Classic No.8” by Schoenfeld (RED)
  2. New York’s Finest: “President’s March” by Herbert
  3. And There’s Another: Repeat RED
  4. If I Catch You Fighting Again in Public: “Ripples” by Lowitz
  5. After Feet Go Up Step: “Afterglow” by Clutsam
  6. After Two Men Shake Hands: “Omens” by Schad
  7. After Man Puts On Eye Glasses: Repeat RED
  8. Interior Scene—Man Lying On Floor: “Symphonic Incidentals No.19” by Marquardt (BLACK)
  9. But Once A Plain Clothes Man Gets A Hunch; “Scene d’Amour” by Baron
  10. Girl Leaves Lunch Room: “Rose of Spring” by Bicchieri
  11. Wait For Me On The Corner: Repeat BLACK
  12. What’s A Nice Girl Like You: “Symphonic Color Classic No.8” by Schoenfeld (WHITE)
  13. I Was Just: “Meadow Sprite” by O’Hare
  14. Girl Shows Lon Chaney Book: Repeat WHITE
  15. Girl In Hall Kisses Boy Friend: “Where Roses Bloom” by Edwards
  16. Even Cops Sleep Sometime: “Bewitching Eyes” by Day
  17. Fade After Title: “You’re So Kind”: “Out of the Dawn” by Donaldson
  18. Dancers Stop: Repeat BLACK
  19. How You Like To Make: “Anything You Say” by Donaldson
  20. Fade-Out of Dance Hall: Repeat BLACK
  21. Girl Comes Sneaking Out of House: “Symphonic Color Classic No.8” by Schoenfeld (BLUE)
  22. You Were Excited Over Nothing: “Tender Heart” by Baga
  23. Can Your Salve: “Romance of Autumn” by Marquardt
  24. Fade-Out After Title: “Be Careful Coughlan”: Repeat BLUE
  25. Fade After Title: “Send the Wagon Quick”: Repeat No.23 “Romance of Autumn”
  26. Listen You Gorillas: Repeat BLUE
  27. Fade Out After Girl Is Abducted: Repeat No.23 “Romance of Autumn”
  28. Newspaper Article On Screen: “Iris” by Ephraim
  29. And Remember: Repeat BLACK
  30. One More Load: “Misterioso Fantastico” by Becce
  31. Shot Fired—Seque Quick: Repeat BLUE (Shots)
  32. Gang Arrested: “Appassionato No.3” by Axt
  33. Clock Dial On Screen: Repeat BLACK
  34. Girl Sees Crook In Private Dining Room: “Misterioso Agitato” by Becce
  35. Lon Chaney Knocks On Door: Repeat BLUE
  36. Girl In Room Seen After Escape: Repeat WHITE
  37. Automobile On Screen: Repeat BLACK
  38. Give Me Your Rod: Repeat BLUE
  39. Lon Chaney Comes From House: “The Conspirators” by Sodero
  40. Doorbell Rings: Repeat BLACK
  41. Window In Room Shown Open: Repeat No.39 “Conspirators”
  42. Plant A Couple of Men: Repeat WHITE
  43. If I Hear Them Folding Doors Open: “Rambler Roses” by Wheeler
  44. For Another Week: “Anguish” by Vrionides
  45. Scene After Title: “Get The Bunch Together”: Repeat WHITE
  46. Lon Chaney Leaves Room: “Dutch Kiddies” by Trinkaus
  47. Lon Chaney On Street At Ash Barrel: “Dram. Agitato No.38” by Minot
  48. Lon Chaney Opens Window: Repeat BLUE
  49. Second Door Broken Open: Repeat No.47 “Dram Agitato No.38”
  50. Drop You Rods and Scramble Down: Repeat BLUE
  51. Mile Away On Roof—Shot; “Forest Murmurs” by Friml
  52. Lovers In Embrace—Lon Chaney Seen: “Romance” by d’Ambrosio
  53. After Railroad Station Scene: Repeat No.51 “Forest Murmurs”
  54. Lon Chaney takes Hat From Table: “Humorous Escapade” by Delille

Proper Orchestral Rest Period is Nos. 22 to 32 inclusive.

NOTE: The repetition of numbers in this cue sheet is simplified by the use of the “LUZ” SYMPHONIC COLOR GUIDE, sold by Music Buyers Cornoration. 1520 Broadway, New York City. The color suggested for repetition of numbers designates the Mood or Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Where East Is East

Title: Where East Is East

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screenng: “By The Japanese Sea” by Hauenschild
  2. The Jungle of Laos: “Tragic Parting” by Hauenschild
  3. Far South: “Mandarin Dance” by Kempinski
  4. See Bobby: “China Rose” by Sloane (WHITE) (Chorus Only)
  5. Lovers Kiss: Repeat No.3 “Mandarin Dance”
  6. Chaney In House: “Effervescence” by Wolf
  7. Girl Runs To Chaney: Repeat WHITE (Chorus Only)
  8. Girl Confesses Her Love: Nettuno” by Viola
  9. Bobby On Screen: Repeat No.2 “Tragic Parting”
  10. Well, I Don’t Like Him: “Almond Eyes” by Schoenfeld
  11. Bobby Lifts Girl On Seat: “Sirene Viola
  12. Close-Up of Chaney After Title “DAY, AFTER DAY”: “Allegro Giocoso” by Engleman
  13. Tiger Seen Second Time: “Incid. Symphony No.35” by Kempinski
  14. Tiger Put In Cage: Repeat WHITE (Play slowly)
  15. Steamboat Whistle Blows: Repeat No.12 “Allegro Giocoso” (Steamboat Whistle)
  16. Bobby (Lover) On Deck: “Queen of the Night from ‘Babylon’” by ELIE (LT. GREEN)
  17. When The Dying: “Omens” by Schad
  18. Madame De Sylva: “Tragic Parting” by Hauenschild
  19. I’m Sorry He Acted That Way; “Japanese Sunset” by Deppen
  20. Servant Walks Down: Repeat No.18 “Tragic Parting”
  21. Woman And Bobby Seen: Repeat No.19 “Japanese Sunset”
  22. Drifting Hours: Repeat LT. GREEN
  23. You Will Not Come To The Cabin: Repeat No.18 “Tragic Parting”
  24. Now You Put An End To This: Repeat LT. GREEN
  25. You Are Sure: “Love’s Emotion” by Marquardt
  26. You Know There’s Something More: Repeat LT. GREEN
  27. Fade-Out of Woman; Repeat No.25 “Love’s Emotion”
  28. She Ran Away From Us: “Sibelia Dream” by Viola
  29. Flash From Jungle To Boat Cabin; “Descriptive Mysterioso” by Schoenfeld
  30. Long Shot of Ship in Distance: “Smiles” by Somerville
  31. Fade-Out of Chaney and Bobby To Chinese God: “Almond Eyes” by Shcoenfeld
  32. My Heart Is So Happy: “Misterioso Irresoluto” by Langey
  33. Chaney Motions Woman To Leave: “Sorrow” by Macat
  34. Girl Runs Off With Lover: “Tragic Parting” by Hauenschild
  35. Yes, Gorilla Never Forget: Repeat LT. GREEN
  36. Tiger’s Strangely Secluded Home: “Morisca” by Costa
  37. Girl and Bobby See Mother: “Incid. Symphony No.12” by Kempisnki
  38. Fade-Out of Chaney After Title “WE ARE SO HAPPY”: Repeat LT. GREEN
  39. I Know, You Are Blushing: Repeat WHITE (Play Slowly)
  40. Restaurant Scene: “Dramatic Love Scene” by Axt
  41. Tonight, I Take More Message: Repeat LT. GREEN
  42. Boy Kisses Mother: Repeat WHITE (Play Slowly)
  43. Daughter On Screen With Chaney: “Effervescence” by Wolf
  44. Daughter Puts Hands Over Eyes: “Sibelia Dream” by Viola
  45. Fade-Out of Lovers: “A Mysterious Episode” by Engleman
  46. Boat Whistle On Screen: “Tragic Parting” by Hauenschild (Boat Whistle)
  47. And You’re Getting Out: “Agitated Misteroso” by Rapee
  48. Daughter At Door Screams: “Grand Appassionato” by Becce
  49. My Mother: “Recitativo No.1” by Rapee-Axt
  50. Girl Sees Bobby In Garden: Repeat WHITE (Play slowly)
  51. I am Waiting for You: Repeat No.46 “Tragic Parting”
  52. Lovers Kiss Passionately: “Incid. Symphony No.35” by Kempinski
  53. Chinese Woman Worshipping Idol: Repeat WHITE (Slow and pathetique)
  54. I Will Be With You Always: Continue No.53

Proper Orchestral rest period is Nos. 23 to 33 inclusive.

NOTE: The repetition of numbers in this cue sheet is simplified by the use of the “LUZ” SYMPHONIC COLOR GUIDE, sold by Music Buyers Cornoration. 1520 Broadway, New York City. The color suggested for repetition of numbers designates the Mood or Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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West Point

Title: West Point

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “With Flags Aloft” by Heller (PURPLE)
  2. Dedicated To: Repeat PURPLE (Chorus)
  3. Late In June: “Mirth and Merriment” by Delille
  4. From Now On: “Varsity Drag” by Henderson
  5. Haines Sees Face of Girl With Dancing Feet: “Silver Fingers” by Mallory
  6. My Name is Brice Wayne: “The Mischief Makers” by Carbonara (YELLOW)
  7. I Am Betty Channing: “My Little Nest of Heavenly Blue” by Lehar (WHITE)
  8. Gee, But You’re: “Romance sans Parole” by Louie
  9. Boat Whistle: “In A Canoe” by Zamecnik
  10. Betty Channing’s Mother: “Yes Sir, That’s My Baby” by Donaldson
  11. Wayne, Meet Mr. Sperry: “Love and Spring” by Waldteufel
  12. My First Song: “Alma Mater O”
  13. Auto On Screen: “Good-Bye” by Tosti
  14. Goodbye Forever: Repeat No.12 “Alma Mater”
  15. Haines and Girl Laugh: Repeat WHITE
  16. Haines and Girl Walk From Porch: “A Passionate Episode” by Engleman (DR. GREEN)
  17. Haines Walks Back To Boy With Banjo: “Souvenir de tendresse” by Ketelbey
  18. The Next Day Was July 1st: Repeat PURPLE
  19. Haines Pulls Down Shade In Room; “Valse Fascination” by Grey

SEGUE: “Marche Grotesque” by Sinding

  1. “Haines Enters His Room: Repeat PURPLE
  2. Fade As Haines and Boy Salute: “Frolics and Fancies” by Adams
  3. Haines and Boy Leave Room; Repeat PURPLE
  4. 9:30 P.M. – Taps: Taps
  5. Then Begins: Repeat PURPLE

SEGUE: “Black Horse Troop” by Sousa

  1. October: Repeat WHITE
  2. Haines Taken Out On Football Field: “The Speed Demon” by Bub
  3. Haines Makes Goal: Repeat YELLOW
  4. June Again: “Flirting Lovers” by Kempinski
  5. They Must Bottle: Assembly Call
  6. One Scene Showing Bugler: “The Iron Clad” by Brown
  7. Band Concert: “Poet and Peasant Overture” by Suppe
  8. Lover Leaves Girl: Repeat WHITE
  9. Brice Wayne’s Brilliant Playing: Repeat YELLOW
  10. Haines Enters Locker Room: Repeat DR. GREEN
  11. Fade-Out of Locker Room: “When Love Calls” by Huerter
  12. Haines Enters His Bedroom: “Prelude from ‘Eva’” by Massenet
  13. Haines Hits Boy: “Prayer” by Franck
  14. Haines Leaves Room: Repeat DR. GREEN
  15. Boy Pleads To Committee For Brice: “Forsaken” by Komzak
  16. Fade-Out of Meeting: Taps
  17. Haines In Bed: Repeat No.39 “Forsaken”
  18. Cannon Shot As Flag Is Raised: “Valse Peggy” by Kaplan
  19. Haines Enters Hospital: “Whispering Hope” by Dews
  20. Have You Still: Repeat PURPLE
  21. Cadets Enters Dining Room: “Valse June” by Baxter
  22. After Inspection: Repeat PURPLE (Chorus)
  23. Fade-Out of Dining Room Scene: “Romantic Melody’ by Woodhouse
  24. Close-Up After Title “REPORT TO THE SUPERINTENDENT: Repeat PURPLE
  25. Haines Enters Superintendent’s Office: “Farewell” by Matt
  26. Superintendent Looks At Papers After Haines Enters: “Glory, Glory Hallelujah” by Ascher
  27. Students Shout: “Scented Violets” by Reynard
  28. I Would Like To Make: “Song of the Vagabonds” by Friml

SEGUE: “Luck Strike” by Walton

  1. Train About To Leave: “Big White Top” by Boehnlein
  2. Haines On Train; “A Song of Supplication” by Fletcher
  3. One Scene After Title “THE MOST CORDIAL”: “Marine Corps Institute” by Branson
  4. Haines Shows Sitting On Bench: “Andante Doloroso” by Lake
  5. Ready Army: “Coup de Vent” by Flament
  6. Score Board: “Thought” by Deyo
  7. The Last Quarter: “By Wireless” by Berge
  8. Accident on Ball Field: “In a Kentish Garden” by Rawlinson
  9. Bedroom of Sick Boy; “Military Galop” by Barthman
  10. Haines At Goal Post: “Dram. Tension No.11” by Norton
  11. Another June: Repeat PURPLE
  12. Corps Break Ranks After Parade: Repeat WHITE

Proper rest period is Nos. 16 to 25 inclusive.

NOTE: The repetition of numbers in this cue sheet is simplified by the use of the “LUZ” SYMPHONIC COLOR GUIDE, sold by Music Buyers Cornoration. 1520 Broadway, New York City. The color suggested for repetition of numbers designates the Mood or Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: Vxl78tRnN6

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West of Zanzibar

Title: West of Zanzibar

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Loves Fantasy” by Frommel (WHITE)
  2. Ashes To Ashes: “Cryptic Shadows” by Becce
  3. Girl Comes Out of Coffin: “Golden Sand” by Finck
  4. My Little Wife: “Souvenir Douloureux” by Bicchiere (LT. GREEN)
  5. I’ll Tell Him Dear: “Symphonic Incidentals No.14” by Marquardt
  6. Actor Thrown From Balcony: “Road To Sorrow” by Kempinski
  7. For All The: “Rache Vengeance” by Porret (RED)
  8. Lon Chaney In Invalid Chair: “T’Chaka Suite No.3” by Ring
  9. Fire Seen In Pot On Table: “L’Orage” by Gounod
  10. Midnight: “Mysterioso” by Armandola
  11. Voodoos, Evil Spirits: “Danse Diabolique” by Ketelbey
  12. I’ll Root Out This Crook: “Desolation” by Savino
  13. Dead Legs, We’ve Robbed That Trader: Repeat RED
  14. Zanzibar: “African Moon” by Earle
  15. Man and Woman Standing At Bar: Repeat LT. GREEN
  16. Fade-Out As Man At Bar Drinks: “Zambesi Dance” by Clerc
  17. Lon Chaney Seen: Repeat WHITE
  18. I Don’t Look Very Nice: Repeat No.16 “Zambesi Dance”
  19. Lon Chaney Makes Guitar Player Stop; “Dramatic Agitato” by Schoefeld
  20. Lon Chaney Sits In Chair: Repeat WHITE
  21. What’s Your Game: “The Conspirators” by Sodero (BLACK)
  22. It’s A Lovely Custom: Continue No.21
  23. Interior Scene: “A Mysterious Fable” by Juon
  24. Girl Drinks: Repeat RED
  25. SSay Mister: “Fi-Ya-Di” by Marquardt
  26. Fade-Out After Title “THERE IS NOTHING TOO LOW”: Repeat WHITE
  27. Scene Shows Negroes On: “Course Infernale” by Ourdine
  28. Three Days Passed: “Symphonic Incidentals No.14” by Marquardt
  29. Word Comes To Me: “Cryptic Shadows” by Becce
  30. Girl About To Take Drink From Bar: “Uproar” by Neinass (DK. GREEN)
  31. Girl Carried Out of Room: Repeat RED
  32. That’s Anna’s Child: “Road of Sorrow” by Kempinski
  33. And Now I’ve Got: Repeat RED
  34. When She Found Out: “Incid. Symphony No.10” by Kempinski
  35. Man Lights Candles In Shack: Repeat WHITE
  36. Please Drink This: Repeat DK. GREEN
  37. If He Dies: “Pathos from ‘Incid. Miniatures No.2’” by Schertzinger
  38. He’s Dead: Continue No.37
  39. Lon Chaney Sees Doctor In Door: “Fezzeni” by Schoenfeld
  40. On My Oath: Repeat No.37 “Pathos”
  41. Your Father Has Been Dead: Repeat No.39 “Fezzeni”
  42. We’ll Make Her Ready: Repeat DK. GREEN
  43. We Couldn’t Get Her: Repeat No.39 “Fezzeni”
  44. Go Tell Her What I’ve Got To Do: “Incid. Symphony No.33” by Kempinski
  45. Doc, I’d Like Her To: Repeat BLACK
  46. Natives In Room Sit Down: “The Prowling Schemers” by Carbonara
  47. Long Chaney Puts On Mask: Repeat No.39 “Fezzeni”
  48. Stop Short As Lon Chaney Opens Coffin Door: Repeat BLACK
  49. After Exterior Fire Scene: Repeat WHITE

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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