The Crimson Canyon

Title: The Crimson Canyon

Author: M. Winkler

Publisher: Belwin Inc., 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: M. Winkler

OCLC Number:


THEME – “Moonlight Shadows” by Baron. In the event the above theme is not in your library or known to you, you may substitute: “Amorino” by Levy or “Sleeping Rose” by Borch.

  1. At screening: “Scenic Andante” by Hilse
  2. Slade & Son: “Recitativo Patetico” by Peele
  3. Want to see me: “Approaching Mutiny” by Schad
  4. How did you guess it: “Animated Agitato” by Levy
  5. Jim Lang escapes: “Aeroplane Galop” by Winter
  6. He’s tricking us: “Wild Chase” by Becce
  7. Jim Lang stops horses: “Fanchonette” by Klemm
  8. My name is Mary Manning: THEME
  9. Jim Lang arrives at mine: “The Curse” by Howgill
  10. Fight commences: “The Ambush” by Patou
  11. Old man holding note: THEME
  12. Close up of clock chime: produce the effect of clock chime followed by “Sinister Theme” by Vely
  13. Close up of jazz orchestra: fox trot to action
  14. Let me get you some ice cream: silence
  15. Orchestra starts playing: fox trot to action
  16. You really ought to see: THEME
  17. Only this morning he told me: “Creepy” by Hoff
  18. We’ll make a trade: “Tensive Misterioso” by Peele
  19. Who are these men: “The Round Up” by Aborn
  20. Automobile stops: “Descriptive Agitato” by Boehnlein
  21. After the fight: THEME

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: 3qmpgAz1fB

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