Title: Becky

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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  1. At screening: “Un peu d’Amour” by Silesu (WHITE)
  2. Among the great battles of life: “Incid. Symphony No. 37” by Hintz
  3. Sally O’Neil shows on screen: “Captain Cupid” by Bratton
  4. Sally O’Neil walks from counter with basket: “Bayaderes” from Babylon by Elie (DARK GREEN)
  5. Sally O’Neil falls into cart: “Happy Jacqueline” by Mondrone
  6. Old woman bumps into Sally O’Neil: “Ardent Longing” by Schlothen
  7. You gave me this: “Entr’acte Lovelorn” by Wood
  8. And salad and cheese: “Un peu d’Amour” by Silesu (WHITE)
  9. Kiss: “The Lure of Crimson” by Marquardt
  10. Girl sets clothing from clothes rack: Repeat No. 8 (WHITE)
  11. Girl closes door and runs upstairs: “A Love Lesson” by Fresco
  12. Own Moore and Sally O’Neil at Victrola: “My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice” by St. Saens
  13. Girl stops singing after Owen Moore stops record: Repeat No. 8 (WHITE)
  14. Fade-out as girl runs to Victrola: “March of the Mannikens” by Onivas
  15. Sally O’Neil falls on stage: “Dance of the Marionettes” by Herbert
  16. The opening night: Repeat No. 14 “March of the Mannikens”
  17. Chorus dances off screen: “Faust” by Gounod (letters V and W)
  18. Pretty soon Becky will come out: “Faust” by Gounod (letter U)
  19. Becky comes from tower; “Faust” by Gounod (letter F)
  20. After curtain is down: “Then You’ll Remember Me” by Balfe
  21. At Spiegelberg’s picnic: “Bavaderes” from Babylon by Elie (DARK GREEN)
  22. After all, the night is young: “Sing Me A Baby Song” by Donaldson
  23. One dancing scene: Repeat No. 21 (DARK GREEN)
  24. I presume you are waiting: “Nocturne” by Chenoweth
  25. The next morning: “Budding Blossoms” by Schoenfeld
  26. Rich man enters girl’s room with box of flowers: “Andante Amoroso” by Axt (LIGHT GREEN)
  27. Bed breaks down: “Lady Lilly” by Fresco
  28. Kiss after chewing gum business: Repeat No. 26 (LIGHT GREEN)
  29. Nan is so: “Give Me AS Night In June” by Friend
  30. Owen Moore shows on screen: Repeat No. 21 (DARK GREEN)
  31. During the next three weeks: Repeat No. 26 (LIGHT GREEN)
  32. Girl gest out of carriage: “Un peu d’Amour” by Silesu (WHITE)
  33. Shortly after: “Souvenir” by Drdla
  34. Exterior scene: “Chez Mere Grand” by Mouton
  35. Becky and men leave punch table and enter to party: “Pop Goes the Weasel” by Reeg
  36. Girl and old man stop dancing: “The Charleston” (piano)
  37. Old man kicks girl as she falls down: Repeat No. 21 (DARK GREEN)
  38. But why shouldn’t we elope: “Cavatina” by Bohn
  39. Be sure and carry: “Santiago” by Corbin
  40. People applaud after bedroom scene: “Alone At Night” by Marquardt
  41. Note to John on screen: “Haste” by Sanders
  42. Make yourself at home, dear: “Farewell” by Kuhne
  43. Take a tip from me: “Appassionato No. 3” by Axt
  44. Becky enters door to two men: Repeat No. 3 “Appassionato No. 3”
  45. Door opened—rich girl shows: “Ballade d’Amour” by Sanders
  46. If anybody calls: Repeat No. 32 (WHITE)

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 21 to 32 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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