Glorious Betsy

Title: Glorious Betsy

Author: Michael Hoffman

Publisher: Tax-Free Music Co., 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael Hoffman

OCLC Number:


Songs are listed as Tax-Free first and Taxable second

  1. At Screening Of Title: “Nobility” by Rosey; “Enemies of Women” by Peters
  2. Sweet Springs Hotel: “Smiles” by Somerville; “D’Arlequine” by Bohm
  3. Picture In Locket: “Carmen Scene” by Bizet; “Rage” by Axt
  4. In That Case: “Trembling Anxiety” by Hoffman; “Restless Bows” by Srawley
  5. The Best Blade: “Vengeance” by Francheschi; “Appassionato No.3” by Rapee
  6. Elizabeth Patterson: “Pastime” by Clutsam; “Cupid’s Surprise” by Gross
  7. Blame Yourself: THEME “Song of Romance” by Hoffman; “Song of Songs” by Moya
  8. So You Are The Scoundrel: “Mandonato” by Paladilhe; “Strolling Dolly” by Lindgreen
  9. I Warn You: THEME
  10. You-You Must Excuse Me: “Magic Granduer” by Hoffman; “Pomposo” by Egener
  11. Pardon Madamoiselle: THEME
  12. The Coach of Baltimore: “Playful Moments” by Hoffman; “The Clown” by Pelle
  13. I Told You To Be Ready: “Solemn Thoughts” by Hoffman; “Berceuse” by Jarnfeldt
  14. Maryland’s Aristocracy: “Dream of Love” by Liszt-Rosey; “Valse Melodie” by Drigo
  15. Captain Jerome Bonaparte: “Stabat Mater” by Rossini
  16. Lovers Meet In Garden: THEME
  17. “She Leaves Him With Ring: “Grand Pomp” by Finck; “Regal Splendor” by Luz
  18. A Toast to Mistress Betsy: THEME
  19. Jerome Receives A Letter: “Green Vipers” by Hoffman; “Prowling Schemers” by Carbonara
  20. He Shows Letter To Betsy: THEME
  21. Off The Coast of Francve: “Ru-Than” by Malette; “March Triumphal” by Baron
  22. I Shall Speak To Madmoiselle: “Trapped” by Rosey; “Mystereuse” by Schad
  23. But That Right Shall Never Be: “Grand Appassionato” by Becce; “Dramatic Appeal” by Jores
  24. Napoleon Leaves Betsy: THEME
  25. You Have The Valor: “Coronation” by Eilenberg; “Review Pompous” by Berg
  26. Jerome! Jerome! (They Kiss Goodbye): THEME
  27. Betsy’s Sudden Return Became: “Sad Thoughts” by Patou; “Road of Sorrow” by Kempisnki
  28. In The Library of the Emporer: “The Ravage” by Hoffman; “Erl King” by Schubert
  29. October 15th, the Royal Palace: “Fame and Glory” by Matt; “Lion of St. Mark” by Fabiani
  30. He Cost Me A Kingdom: CHORD FINISH

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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