Name The Woman

Title: Name The Woman

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At Screening: “Siegfried Paraphrase” by Wagner
  2. Yes, There Was A Woman: “La Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie

NOTE: Absolute silence when doors swing open until masked woman appears.

  1. Masked Woman Appears: “The Mystic Rover” by Berge
  2. On A Piece of Paper: “Second Love Tragedy” by Savino
  3. A Story That Began: “Spring Cleaning” by Bradford
  4. Florence Marshall: THEME “Love Triumphant” by Joels
  5. I’ve Told You Before I Don’t Like Your Friends: “Reproach” by Zamecnik
  6. Insert—“Governor Criticized By”: “Sorrow” by Macat
  7. Florence Telephoning: “Changing Moods” by Jacquet
  8. Florence Enters Room: “Premier Amour” by Benoist
  9. Marshall Is In The Garden: “Camorra” by Joels
  10. The Marshalls Leave: “Serenade a Colombine” by Benoit
  11. Marshall and Florence Alight From Auto: “In The Twilight” by Felix
  12. Florence Standing Alone At Gate: Repeat Theme No.6
  13. Man Reading Newspaper: “Scenes Infernales (A)” by Lake
  14. Man Appears At Window: “The Captive” by Savino
  15. New Year’s Eve: “Horse Radish” by Ring-Hager
  16. Room 200 Door: Repeat Theme No.6
  17. The Next Time: “Coasting” by Ring-Hager
  18. Bells Ringing: “Auld Lang Syne” by DeWitt

NOTE: Produce effect of ringing bells, blowing horns and whistles

  1. Joe Opens Door—Body Falls Into Room: “Commotion” by Conterno
  2. New Year’s Morning: “Chanson Algerian” by Bradford
  3. And Those Were The: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard
  4. Send In Mr. Marshall and Mr. Palmer: “Elegie” by Ernst
  5. Woman Removes Mask: “Love Tragedy” by Savino
  6. Marshall In Garden—Liberates Pigeons: Repeat Theme No.6

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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