Title: Fazil

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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  1. At Screening: “Neapolitan Nights” by Zamecnik
  2. Araby—Untouched By: “Men of Sparta” by Zamecnik
  3. Fazil—Holding From: “March Triomphale Creole” by Kriens               Segue: “Semi-Oriental Maestoso” by Becce
  4. Man Seen in Tower: “The Sunset Call to Prayer” by Andre
  5. Paris—Three Thousand: “Alice” by Hauenschild
  6. Fade-In to Arabians: “In the Sudan” by Sebek
  7. Fade-In to Coffee Being Served: “A Breezy Evening” by Howgill
  8. Fazil Walks Over to Window: Repeat Theme No. 1
  9. Ballroom Seen: “Ball-Scene” by Nicode
  10. Fazil Sees Girl: Repeat Theme No. 1
  11. Orchestra Starts to Play: THEME “Neapolitan Nights” by Zamecnik
  12. Dance is Over: “Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life” by Herbert
  13. Man Seen in Gondola: Repeat Theme No. 1
  14. Close-up of Bed: “Salut d’Amour” by Elgar
  15. Fade-In to Prayer: Short Pause, then repeat No.4 “Sunset Call”
  16. After Fade-Out on Prayer: Repeat No. 14 “Salut d’Amour”
  17. Paris—Or Paradise: “Ma Poulette” by Roberts
  18. Change of Scene to Interior: “Film Theme No. 28” by Goldmark
  19. Arabia or Not, You Are: Repeat No. 14 “Salut d’Amour”
  20. Change of Scene to John: “Mignonette” by Frimi
  21. John Leaves: “Second Love Tragedy” by Savino
  22. Couple Enter: “Lords and Ladies” by Salzer
  23. Just-A-Difference: “The Sunset Call to Prayer” by Andre                               Segue: “Film Theme No. 28” by Goldmark
  24. Woman Seen Lying in Bed: Repeat No. 14 “Salut d’Amour”
  25. Change of Scene to Arabia: THEME “Neapolitan Nights” by Zamecnik
  26. I Cannot Stand This: “March Triomphale Creole” by Kriens
  27. Arabian Street Seen: “A Street in Algiers” by Ansell
  28. Fade-in to Door Knob: “Reves d’Orient” by Baron
  29. Fabienne Walks into Harem Quarters: “Orientale” by Amani
  30. Fazil Arrives: “Dance of the Camorrists” by Wolf-Ferrari
  31. Fazil Sees His Wife: “Appassionato Patietico” by Bradford
  32. Why Did You Come?: “Mere Douloureuse” by Gabriel Marie
  33. You Dare Speak to Me: “Emotional Agitato” by Savino
  34. You Mean That You Will: Repeat Theme No. 25
  35. Something Terrible has: “Camorra” by Joels
  36. Dragging Days: “Desert Monotony” by Aborn
  37. Snake Charmer Seen: “Scheherazade” by Korsakow (1st)
  38. Dancing Girls Seen: “Danse Orientale” by Lubomirsky
  39. Dance is Over: “Mystic Romance” by Srawley
  40. Fade-in to Oriental Marriage: “The Sunset Call to Prayer” by Andre
  41. Flash-Back to Fabienne and Servant: Repeat No.39 “Mystic Romance”
  42. Husband Returns Home: “Dramatic Love Scene” by Finck
  43. Insert—Letter: “Imprecations” by Baron
  44. Lantern Being Lighted in Balcony: “A Ghastly Night” by Beghon
  45. It Means I Am Going to Leave You: “Dramatic Finale” by Noyes
  46. People Mount Horses: “The Night Riders” by Axt
  47. After Husband is Shot: Short Pause                Segue: “Allegro Agitato” by Becker
  48. Wife Extends Stretched Arms to Husband: THEME “Neapolitan Nights” by Zamecnik
  49. Escort Them to the French: “The Sunset Call to Prayer” by Andre
  50. Promise You Will: Repeat Theme No.48
  51. Husband Closes Wife’s Eyes: Two Muffled Gongs               Segue: “Salut d’Amour” by Elgar

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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