The Ware Case

Title: The Ware Case

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At Screening: “Two Entr’actes—No.1” by Thomas
  2. Afternoon Tea Party; “Waiting” by Lombardo
  3. Caretaker Enters Room: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  4. Hand Protruding From Water: “A Nubian Face On the Nile” by Cadman
  5. Curious Crowd In Front Of House: “Misterioso Dramatico No.22” by Borch
  6. Flash-Back To Interior: “Rhythmic Misterioso” by Damesek
  7. In Death Eustace; “Pain of Sorrow” Bradford
  8. Bold Appears: BOLD THEME “Rosmunde Ballet Part 2” by Schubert
  9. This Letter Mentions A Quarrel: “Agitated Hurry No.2” by Berge
  10. Later In The Day: “Lamento from Eugene Onegin” by Tschaikowsky
  11. Stillwell: “L’Angoissante aventure” by Gabriel Marie
  12. In Cannes: “Penelope’s Garden” by Ancliffe
  13. While In London: MAGDA THEME “Chanson Algerian” by [Damaged]
  14. Change of Scene: “Three Light Pieces—No.1” by Somerville
  15. The World At Large: Repeat No.6 “Rhythmic Misterioso”
  16. Magda and Hubert: “Tragedienne” by Kay
  17. And For The First Time: “Dante’s Inferno” by Borch
  18. We Are Old Friends Hubert: “In Despair” by Berge
  19. Insert—Cover of Book: “Romance” by Rubenstein
  20. The Trial of Hubert Ware: Repeat BOLD THEME
  21. Flash To Court Room: “The Sacrifice” by Patou
  22. At The Time: “In Elizabethan Days” by Kramer
  23. Fade-Back To Court Room: Repeat No.11 “L’Angoissante aventure”
  24. Bold Appears On Road: Repeat BOLD THEME
  25. Flash-Back To Hubert: “Dramatic Prelude” by Schad
  26. What Really Happened: “Finale from ‘Symphony in F Minor’” by Tschaikowsky
  27. Call Thomas Bold: Repeat BOLD THEME
  28. I Goes To See: Repeat No.6 “Rhythmic Misterioso”
  29. Flash To Press Room; “Premonition” by Zamecnik
  30. Crowd Awaiting News: “Implorations of Neptune” by Massanet
  31. But I Did It: “Revolt” by Palumbo
  32. The Excitement Was Too Much: Repeat MAGDA THEME

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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