Across to Singapore

Title: Across to Singapore

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1928


Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:


  1. At screening: ”Symphonic Color Classic No. 5” by Marquardt (YELLOW)
  2. Among the unsung deeds: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No. 13-A1” by Luz
  3. Swim: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No. 13-B2” by Luz
  4. It was the best: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 5” by Marquardt (GREEN)
  5. Lovers stand up—ship shows: “Ship Ahoy” by Frey
  6. The log of: “Mariette” by Sterny
  7. Marse Crowninshield is here: “Dutch Fishergirls” by Fresco
  8. Boy upsets glass of wine: “Social Chat” by Eugene
  9. Father carries boy from dining room: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 5” by Marquardt (DK. BLUE)
  10. Father leaves bedroom: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 5” by Marquardt (WHITE)
  11. Girl at door to bedroom: “The Bravado” by Axt
  12. Boy runs back to bed: Repeat No. 10 (WHITE)
  13. We’ll have it announced in church: Repeat No. 4 (GREEN)
  14. Mark’s sudden outburst: “The Chantyman’s March” by Sousa (BROWN)
  15. It begins to look: Repeat No. 1 (YELLOW)
  16. He’s no sailor: “The Mystic Rover” by Berge
  17. Boy throws third peanut: Repeat No. 9 (DK. BLUE)
  18. Close-up of Novarro: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 5” by Marquardt (YELLOW)
  19. You’ve licked: “The Chantyman’s March” by Sousa (BROWN)
  20. There’s always: “Elegy” from The Light of the World by Sullivan
  21. Our esteemed parishioner: Repeat No. 20 from beginning
  22. The next morning: “Regrets” by Kempinski
  23. It was not long: “To Spring” by Grieg
  24. But a year: “Repose of the Forest” by Grieg
  25. Antje places ash tray om table: “A Dream” by Grieg
  26. Cathleen looks at fashion page of magazine: “Calling” by Golden
  27. Birger enters room: “Norwegian Folk Song” by Borch
  28. The London social season: “Butterfly” by Densmore
  29. Ivan enters: Repeat No. 7 “Serenade”
  30. Burger alone in room: “Just A Wearyin’ For You” by Bond
  31. Birger finds letter: “Melodic Agitato” by Savino
  32. Antje knitting: “Baby Mine” by Rupp
  33. Ivor! Ivor!: “Dramatic Climax” by Becce
  34. Cathleen is chosen: “In Elizabethian Days” by Kramer
  35. Burger! Birger!: “Lamentation Desesperee” by Baron
  36. Later that evening: “Day of Doom” by Joels
  37. The charity fete takes place: Repeat No. 8 “Karma”
  38. Audience: “Babillage” by Gillet
  39. Flash-back to Cathleen and Birger: Repeat No. 8 “Karma”
  40. Cathleen and Ivor alone: Repeat No. 7 “Serenade”
  41. Then came a lonely Christmas: “Christmas” by Aston
  42. Birger opens box: Repeat Theme No. 22
  43. Then one night: “Murmuring Breezes” by Gillet
  44. Birger sees Cathleen: “Love Triumphant” by Joels
  45. Thank you, please give my husband: Repeat Theme No. 22

Notes: Cues transcribed by James Doering

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: 8uhM3oD61W

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