Title: Napoleon

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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  1. At Screening: “French National Defile March” by Turlet (BROWN)
  2. In the Winter of 1871: “Qui Vive” by Ganz
  3. End of Snow Fight—Boy Places Flag On Fort: Repeat No.1 (BROWN)
  4. Bonaparte Shared His Attic Room: “Dramatic Andante” by Noyes
  5. Boy Let Eagle Out of Cage: “Incid. Symphony No.40” by Hintz
  6. End of Fight—Men On Screen: “Despair” by Kalbe
  7. Years Passed: Repeat No.1 (BROWN)
  8. The Idlers: “Gallantry” by Ketelbey (WHITE)
  9. Girl (Josephine) Drops Flowers On Ground: “Cruelle Angoisse” by Fonteille
  10. Not Far Off: “Dramatic Finale” by Noyes
  11. Boy Begins to Sing: “La Marseillaise” by Luz
  12. End of Song: “French National Defile March” by Turlet (BROWN) (Play quietly)
  13. In 1972: “Elements Unbound” by Eggert (RED)
  14. At The Inn: Continue No.13
  15. No, Our Country Is France: “Incid. Miniatures No.7” by Hauenschild
  16. If You Knew What Dream: “Lament” by Herrmann
  17. Exterior Scene: “Hurry No.7” by Armandola
  18. Capatello Tower: “Dramatic Allegro” by Savino
  19. I Will Bring It Back To You: “Insurrection” by Schertzinger
  20. On The Following Day: “Allegro con Moto” by Borch
  21. Napoleon Brought Aboard Ship: Repeat No.15 “Incid. Miniatures No.7”
  22. Returning to France: “Agitato No.3” by Rapee-Axt (DARK BLUE)
  23. In December, 1793: Repeat No. 15 “Incid. Miniatures No.7”
  24. Approaching Midnight: “Schlachtmusik” by Armandola
  25. The Commanding Officer Decided: “Incid. Miniatures No.7” by Hauenschild
  26. Horseman Delivers Note: Continue No.25
  27. Battle Started again: Repeat No.24 “Schlactmusik” (Drums)
  28. The News of Napoleon’s Success: “Pressentiments” by Fosse
  29. After the Fall of Danton: “French National Defile March” by Turlet (BROWN)
  30. In the Frenzy of Reaction: “Gay Gallantry” by Fletcher
  31. Napoleon’s Popularity: “Pomp and Circumstance” by Elgar
  32. Madame Josephine: “Gallantry” by Ketelbey (WHITE)
  33. After Josephine Is Introduced She Walks To Camera: “Ardent Affection” by Marquardt
  34. Fans Madame: “La Gaiete” by Ewing
  35. Napoleon Places Foot Rest For Josephine: Repeat No.32 (WHITE)
  36. Two Hours Later: Repeat No.33 “Ardent Affection”
  37. He Was Young: Repeat No.32 (WHITE)
  38. Then In The Peacefulness: “Joyful Hurry No.1” by Baron
  39. Love and Duty: Continue No.38
  40. Then Tonight At Ten: “Ardent Affection” by Marquardt
  41. While At Napoleon’s Home: Repeat No.38 “Joyful Hurry No.1”
  42. Quick, Wake Up: “Melodic Appassionato No.1” by Marquardt
  43. I’m Frightened: “Gallantry” by Ketelbey (WHITE)
  44. War Does Not Wait: Continue No.43
  45. On The Road: “Symphonic Incidentals No.10” by Marquardt
  46. At Albenga: “Agitato No.3” by Rapee-Axt (DARK BLUE)
  47. Napoleon Appears Before Generals: “Incid. Miniatures No.7” by Hauenschild
  48. And In April, 1796: “Elements Unbound” by Eggert (RED)
  49. There You Will Find: “French National Defile March” by Turlet (BROWN)
  50. Ragged Drummers Seen On Screen: “La Marseillaise” by Luz
  51. Two Days Later: “Schalcimusik” by Armandola
  52. Close-Up of Napoleon: “Gallantry” by Ketelbey (WHITE)
  53. Fade-Back To Battle: “Schalcimusik” by Armandola
  54. Idol Of Paris: “Marche Heroique” by St. Saens

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 17 to 28 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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