Wickedness Preferred

Title: Wickedness Preferred

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: “Fascinatin’ Vamp” by Nussbaum (LT. GREEN)
  2. Marriage is Like: Continue No.1
  3. I’m So Sleepy: “Strawberries” by Kaufman
  4. Some Men Go To: “Sur al Pelouse” by Andrieu
  5. I Started To Read Your Book: “Nymphs Frolic” by Bradford
  6. Now I Want You To Meet My Husband: “The Wooing Hour” by Zamecnik
  7. It’s Hard To Tell A Boy From A Girl: Repeat LT. GREEN
  8. That Afternoon: “Bayaderes from ‘Babylon’” by Elie (DK. GREEN)
  9. Well, She Has To Fight For Her Honor: “Graceful Blondinette” by Borch
  10. Tell Us Where: “Redzi” by Caludi
  11. Cave Scene: Repeat DK. GREEN
  12. Don’t Be Afraid: “Emotional Agitato” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics (LT. BLUE)
  13. Did You Fall On Your Inspiration: “Tesoro Mio!” by Becucci (Introd)
  14. There Are Two Things: “Tesoro Mio!” by Becucci
  15. Girl Goes In Off Balcony: “Serenata a Seny” by Culotta
  16. Are You Hissing Me: Repeat LT. BLUE
  17. If Those Curtains Were Open: “Passion Flowers” by Somerville
  18. Garden Scene—Girl On Balcony: “In Cheerful Mood” by Gabriel Marie
  19. Husband Sees Girl Wife on Balcony: Repeat LT. BLUE
  20. What’s The Meaning of this Unlawful: Repeat LT. GREEN
  21. Oceanic Bound: “Jolly Buccaneers” by Schertzinger
  22. It Won’t Be Long Now: Repeat LT. BLUE
  23. Cody and Girl Climb On Rock from Water: “Happy Jacqueline” by Mondrone
  24. Come On Out: “Loves Enchantment” by Varley
  25. Girl Has Eaten All of Her Cracker—They Smell Coffee: “Mignonette” by Sodero
  26. Here’s A Bone: “Ye Bold Buccaneer” by Copping
  27. Struggle: “Scene Dramatique”by Benoit
  28. Husband Comes Around Corner: Repeat LT. GREEN

Proper rest period is Nos. 14 to 21 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 Cornoration. 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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