Title: Spies

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:


  1. At Screening: “Symphonic Incidentals No.1” by Marquardt
  2. At The Headquarters: “Melancholy” by Eggert (BLACK)
  3. Prisoner Brought In: “Dramatic Reproach” by Berge
  4. The Mysterious Enemy: “The Enchanted Castle” by Marquardt (RED)
  5. People and Governments: “Incid. Symphony No.36” by Kempinski
  6. Alarm Clock Ringing: “Allegro Preciptioso” by Savino
  7. Fade To Injured Man and Book: “Premonition” by Zamecnik
  8. Bathroom Scene: “Hidden Love” by Marquardt
  9. Note Read—On Screen: Repeat No.4 (RED)
  10. You Will Write: “Tragic Theme” by Vely
  11. Japanese Spy At Door Taking Impression: Repeat No.5 “Incid. Symphony No.36”
  12. Woman With Bunch of Roses: “Gratitude” by Schoenfeld
  13. Paper—Evening Paper: “Intermezzo” by Godard
  14. Close-Up of Big Vase: Repeat No.4 (RED)
  15. Fade-Back To Lovers: Repeat No.13 “Intermezzo”
  16. The Café Danielle: “Joyous Allegro” by Engleman
  17. End of Boxing Bout: “You and You” by Strauss
  18. Woman and Lover Go To Small Room—Woman Drinks Water: “Serenade” by Strauss
  19. Russia’s Minister: “Chanson Russe” by Smith
  20. Woman Runs From Russian To Auto: “Dram. Agitato No.1” by Luz
  21. Drive To Her House: Repeat No.18 “Serenade”
  22. Drive Home: “The Enchanted Castle” by Marquardt (RED)
  23. Fade To Lover Walking Slowly: “Fesche Geister” by Straus (Phonograph and Violin)
  24. Boy Empties Liquor Bottle: “Incid. Symphony No.36” by Kempinski
  25. Close-Up of Rain Drops: “Symphonic Incidentals No.17” by Marquardt
  26. Fade To Men At Long Table: Repeat No.22 (RED)
  27. Fade To Three Japs Entering Office: Repeat No.24 “Incid. Symphony No.36”
  28. Fade To Spy Offering Wine Glass To Woman: Repeat No.22 (RED)
  29. My Dear Girl: Repeat No.24 “Incid. Symphony No.36”
  30. Jap Wakes—Finds Papers Missing: “Oriental Dram. Adagio” by Berge
  31. Jap Commits Suicide: “Melancholy” by Eggert (BLACK)
  32. I Might Add: Repeat No.22 (RED)
  33. Clown Making Up: Repeat No.31 (BLACK)
  34. Woman In Train Compartment: Repeat No.12 “Gratitude”
  35. Train Goes Into Tunnel: “Agitato Drammatico” by Savino
  36. Stop Abrupt At Collision: “Incide Symphony No.23” by Kempinski
  37. Why Are You Here?: “Agitato Dramatico” by Fresco
  38. Spy Runs From Woman and Injured Man: “Perpetuum Mobile” by Rapee
  39. Auto Smashes Into Doorway: “Fury” by Zamecnik
  40. Note On Screen: Repeat No.22 (RED)
  41. In Seven Minutes: “Allegro Infernale” by Aborn
  42. Two Men Fight: “Incid. Symphony No.34” by Kempinski
  43. Man Puts Sponge To Mouth: “Furioso No.89” by Berge
  44. Photographers In Newpaper In Screen: Repeat No.31 (BLACK)
  45. Clown On Stage At Piano: Comedy Clown—Musical Act (Piano Alone)
  46. A Little Soft Music: “Mariette” by Sterny
  47. Clown Shoots Self: Repeat No.22 (RED)

Proper Orchestral Rest Period Is Nos.24 to 30 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 Corporation, 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: ecsGJ4l39Q

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