Beyond the Sierras

Title: Beyond the Sierras

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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  1. At screening: “PAstorale” from L’Arlesienne by Bizet
  2. Southern California: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (RED)
  3. McCoy runs from mine entrance: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (LT. BLUE)
  4. McCoy putting notches into revolver handle: Repeat No. 2 (RED)
  5. From the north, stranger: Repeat No. 3 (LT. BLUE)
  6. Why Carlos, that’s no way to talk: Repeat No. 2 (RED)
  7. Handkerchief on ground: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (WHITE)
  8. Let’s settle this argument later: “Idyl Pastorale” by Savino
  9. My master prepared: Repeat No. 7 (WHITE)
  10. That night: “Sorella” by Clere
  11. Dancers stop—orchestra on screen: “Spanish Dance No. 1” by Moszkowski
  12. Exterior scene (garden): “Lisette” by Engel
  13. Get out of my sight: Repeat No. 11 “Spanish Dance No. 1”
  14. Exterior scene (garden): Repeat No. 7 (WHITE)
  15. Lovers interrupted: Repeat No. 11 “Spanish Dance No. 1”
  16. End of dance—orchestra on screen: “In a Canoe” by Zamecnik
  17. Senor why do you not unmask?: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (RED)
  18. I never find it necessary: “Ondes Mysterieuses” by Franceschi
  19. None disputed your honor: Repeat No. 17 (RED)
  20. Shot fired after man falls on floor: “Adagio Elegiaque” by Wieniawski
  21. No gun play boys: “Dram. Hurry No. 1” by Baron
  22. I warn you Owens: Repeat NO. 20 “Adagio Elegiaque”
  23. Go to your homes: Repeat No. 17 (RED)
  24. Owens lost no time: “Dramatic Love Scene” by Axt
  25. Rosa found refuge at home: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (LT. BLUE)
  26. Owens’ gang: Repeat No. 17 (RED)
  27. Fade-out after title: “Say if he comes”: “The Season’s Greetings” by Marquardt
  28. Exterior scene after two girls run out of room: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (WHITE)
  29. Lovers interrupted: Repeat No. 27 “Season’s Greetings”
  30. I am sorry you must leave so soon: Repeat No. 28 (WHITE)
  31. Stop abrupt as door opens (slight pause, then segue): Repeat No. 25 (LT. BLUE)
  32. Reach for the sky: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (RED)
  33. Fade-out after horsemen ride off: “Misterioso No. 3” by Andino
  34. Owens and girl seen: Repeat No. 32 (RED)
  35. Owens takes off his hat: Repeat No. 33 “Misterioso No. 3”
  36. Masked man comes to rescue: “Lover’s Quarrel” by Baron
  37. McCoy masking Owens: “Misterioso Furioso” by Affrunti
  38. Play twice and segue: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (LT. BLUE)
  39. End of fight—Owens pulled off screen: “Dawn of Spring” by Grimm
  40. Stop this fiendish torture: Repeat No. 32 (RED)
  41. McCoy puts on mask: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 1” by Kempinski (WHITE)

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 20 to 29 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


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