A Certain Young Man

Title: A Certain Young Man

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1928


Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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    1. At screening: “Lady Of My Heart” by Roder
    2. Newspaper article on screen: “La Confession” by Morgan
    3. Man and woman walk to auto—auto drives off: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 6” by Marquardt (DK. GREEN)
    4. Fade-out after title: “Tonight”: “Budding Blossoms” by Schoenfeld
    5. Man gets card from vest pocket: “Symphonic Color Card Classic No. 6” by Marquardt (RED)
    6. Fade after card is flashed: Repeat No. 3, (DK. GREEN)
    7. Lovers in embrace: Symphonic Color Classic No. 6” by Marquardt (DK. BLUE)
    8. Stop short as husband enters room: Repeat No. 5 (RED)
    9. Parsons, you have been so loyal: “Nightfall” by Kempinski
    10. You have a charming wife: Repeat No. 7 (DK. BLUE), (play P)
    11. Fade-out: “Artists Reverie” by Aubrey
    12. Auto on screen: Repeat No. 7 (DK. BLUE), (play P)
    13. Crutchley, I’m ashamed of you: “Serenata Amara” By Culotta
    14. Club interior scene: “Dream Flowers” by Translateur
    15. Fade as Novarro tears up card: “Step With Pep” by Kaufman
    16. You confounded pest: “Butterfly Dance” by Frey
    17. Conductor walks off: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 6” by Marquardt (WHITE)
    18. Girl’s father shows at stateroom: “The Fairy Ring” from In Fairyland by Hosmer
    19. Bathing beach scene: “Speed” by Frey
    20. Lovers see each other on beach—shake hands: Repeat No. 17 (WHITE)
    21. Let’s run along the beach: “Storm Galop” by Komzak
    22. Stop short as lovers kiss: Repeat No. 17 (WHITE)
    23. After all, I’m only human: “Aeroplane Galop” by Lamothe
    24. Tennis court scene: “Yvonne Walters” by Schertzinger, (violins)
    25. Lovers stop dancing: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 6” (WHITE), From Beginning
    26. Play one chorus and segue
    27. Lovers embrace: ‘Symphonic Color Classic No. 6” by Marquardt (RED)
    28. Fade-out of hotel office: Repeat No. 17 (WHITE)
    29. Girl closes door—boy opens door showing woman: Repeat No. 27 (RED)
    30. You needn’t be alarmed: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 6” by Marquardt (DK. GREEN)
    31. So deeply in love: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 6” by Marquardt (WHITE)
    32. Father hands girl letter: “A Love Theme” by Engleman
    33. Father and daughter in embrace: Continue No. 32
    34. Stop at door knock and segue quick: “Symphonic Color Classic No. 6” by Marquardt (DK. BLUE)
    35. I tell you Crutchley: “Symphonic Incidentals No. 6” by Marquardt
    36. You must admit: Repeat No. 27 (RED), Play dramatically
    37. Stop short as girl shows at door: “Souvenir” by Fibich
    38. Play and segue: “The May Night” by Brahms
    39. Fade-out after title: “You were right Jerry”: Repeat No. 34 (DK. BLUE)
    40. Note flashed on screen: Repeat No. 31 (WHITE)
    41. Man at stateroom door: “Farcical Allegro” by Aborn
    42. Dog jumps out of hat box: Repeat No. 31 (WHITE)

    Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 27 to 36 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 of Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Notes: Cues transcribed by James Doering; handwritten notes

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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