A Woman’s Way

Title: A Woman’s Way

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1928


Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At screening: “Summer” by Chaminade”
  2. Paris: “Polly” by Zamecnik
  3. Bathtubs were a luxury: “Paragraphs” by Fall
  4. Men chased from room: Repeat No. 2 “Polly”
  5. The laws of France: “Defense of Honor” by Zamecnik
  6. Jean, my friend: “Day of Doom” by Joels
  7. Liane’s singing: “The Tin Soldier” by Cui
  8. Liane appears: “Melancholy Charlie” by Crum
  9. Liane in dressing room: “Humoreskimo” by Wendling
  10. Tony introduced to Liane: THEME, “Cest Vous” by Silver
  11. In the muddy undertow: “Tragic Theme” by Levy
  12. The police: “Omens” by Schad
  13. You are wanted by: “Furioso No. 2” by Zamecnik
  14. Maurice Mauvet: “Marche Mignonne” by Poldini
  15. Don’t let it upset you: Repeat Theme No. 10
  16. Jean in Liane’s room: “Evil Motive” by Hoffman
  17. Give me the wallet: “Dramatic Allegro” by Savino
  18. Knock on door: “The Spectre” by Engleman
  19. Jean enters toom again: “Enigma” by Borch
  20. They get me: “Furioso No. 4” by Bergunker
  21. A convict ship: “Lamento” from Pique Dame by Tschaikowsky
  22. In the montsh that passed: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  23. Even the shadows: “The Toilers” by Axt
  24. Tonight: “The Gentleman Burglar” by Jacquet
  25. Mauvet at desk: Repeat No. 14 “Marche Mignonne”
  26. A fugitive: Repeat No. 18 “The Spectre”
  27. Liane’s villa: “Your Love Is All” by Zamecnik
  28. Tony sits at piano: Repeat Theme No. 10
  29. Just think: “In Mournful Mood” by Sibelius
  30. Tony sitting on bench: “In the Night” by Noack
  31. Liane enters Jean’s room: Repeat No. 18 “The Spectre”
  32. Liane gives Jean wallet: “Appassionata” by Clutsam
  33. Tony confronts Liane: “Dramatic Apassionato” by Ciganeri
  34. Fight starts: “Emotional Agitato” (Drigo’s Cinema Classics)
  35. Mademoiselle, permit me to: Repeat No. 14 “Marche Mignonne”
  36. Liane and Tony embrace: Repeat Theme No. 10

Notes: Cues transcribed by James Doering

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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