Beau Broadway

Title: Beau Broadway

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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  1. At screening: “Your Love Is All” by Zamecnik (WHITE)
  2. Broadway: “Rain Or Shine” by Ager
  3. Play one chorus and segue: “Roses and Thorns” by Loraine
  4. Lambert’s training camp: “Laughing Beauties” by Berge
  5. The doctor says: “Berceuse d’Amour” by Marquardt
  6. Within a few weeks: “Cinderella” by Loraine
  7. Cody at telephone: “Songe d’Automne” by Joyce
  8. End of telephoning: “Poppy Love Theme” by Luz (GRAY)
  9. Boy goes out of house—closes door: “Lady Lilly” by Fresco
  10. Everything is fixed: “Silver Fingers” by Mallory
  11. Good-night Daddy: Repeat No. 8 (GRAY)
  12. Scene showing children’s: “Misterioso Drammatico” by Savino (RED)
  13. End of telephoning: “Noetturno” by Grieg
  14. Sunday morning: “Midsummer” by Maquarre
  15. Fade-out of Cody with dress: “Largo” by Haendel
  16. Congregation rises to sing: “Rock of Ages from A. B. C. Sacred Set” by Luz (full organ)
  17. Madame Clair: “Dance of the Sylphes” by Marquardt
  18. Girl has coat on: Repeat No. 12 (RED)
  19. I’ve come to try on: “A Regret” by Byford
  20. Lambert’s birthday: “Mountain Trails” by Schoenfeld
  21. Look at that measly cake: “Whispering Hope” by Dews
  22. It’s all right dear: “Bridal Paths” by Langford
  23. Congratulations: “Sweet Smiles” by Waldteufel
  24. Take it or leave it: “Misterioso Drammatico” by Savino (RED)
  25. May I bring my friends in?: “Just Like A Melody—Out of the Sky” by Donaldson
  26. Dancers stop: “A Love Lesson” by Fresco
  27. That’s the trouble: Repeat No. 24 (RED)
  28. I want you to meet: “Poppy Love Theme” by Luz (GRAY)
  29. Killer Gordon vs: “Cheer Up” by Kaufman
  30. Gong rings: “Six Furlongs” by Bub
  31. Gong rings: “La Fiancee” by Hartz
  32. Gong rings: Repeat No. 30 “Six Furlongs”
  33. End of fight—man knocked out: “Step On It” by Kaufman
  34. After fight: “Hidden Love” by Marquardt
  35. Where’s Mona?: “Appassionato No. 4” by Axt (DARK BLUE)
  36. Don’t worry honey: “Your Love Is All” by Zamecnik (WHITE)
  37. If you open that door: Repeat No. 35 (DARK BLUE)
  38. Mona: Repeat No. 36 (WHITE)

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 18 to 26 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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