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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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