Mademoiselle From Armentieres

Title: Mademoiselle From Armentieres

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:


  1. At Screening: “Love’s Awakening” by Ketelbey (WHITE)
  2. London: “Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo” by McHugh (BROWN)
  3. Well Sonny: Repeat No.2 (BROWN)
  4. Soldier Walks to Piano” “It’s A Long Way to Tipperary (Chorus)” by Chappell
  5. Fall In: Drums—March Tempo by Drmmer
  6. A Few Miles: German Theme (RED)
  7. From the Base: Repeat No.4 “It’s A Long Way to Tipperary”
  8. Stop Short with Explosion Crash: “Memories” by St. Clair
  9. Just Like Harry: Drums—March Tempo by Drummer
  10. Interior Bar Scene After Soldiers March: Repeat No.6 (RED)
  11. A Woman Can Make A Monkey: “Palais de Danse” by Horne
  12. Interrupt with Trumpet to Screen: Trumpet Call by Trumpeter
  13. One Scene: “Strawberries” by Kaufman
  14. Street Scene—Inn Exterior: “Fairy Tiptoe” by Fredericks
  15. Now Suppose This is Hill 60: Repeat No.2 (BROWN) (Piano alone)
  16. Men At Piano Change: Piano ad. Lib to Screen
  17. Young Boy Walks to Girl At Bar: Repeat No.1 (WHITE)
  18. Stop with Big Crescendo as Boy Embraces Girl: Repeat No.2 (BROWN)
  19. Pianist Stops Playing: “Chant d’Amour” by Jacquet
  20. For A Week: Repeat No.1 (WHITE)
  21. After Kiss: Repeat No.1 (WHITE) – with orchestra
  22. A Visitor From: “Sleepy Hollow” by Allen
  23. The Regimental Follies: Repeat No.2 (BROWN)
  24. End of First Act on Stage: “Tell Me Pretty Maiden” by Stuart
  25. End of Lively Dance: Repeat No.6 (RED)
  26. Singer On Screen: “Pagliacci” by Leoncavallo (last 8 bars)
  27. What Ass Did That: Repeat No.6 (RED)
  28. Lovers Show After Title “THAT NIGHT”: Repeat No.1 (WHITE)
  29. Girl Comes From House: “Mysterioso No.16” by Langey
  30. To the Billets For You: Repeat No.6 (RED)
  31. Girl Stands Up—Spy Embraces Her: “Agitato No.37” by Andino
  32. Not Yet: Repeat No.6 (RED)
  33. Another Day: “Joyous Allegro” by Engleman
  34. Bullet Hole in Tin Hat Seen: “Dramatic Tension No.52” by Noyes
  35. Woman Behind Bar Shakes Head ‘No’: Repeat No.2 (BROWN)
  36. Girl Sees Boy Lover After Singing: “Farewell” by matt
  37. Boy Rushes From Girl: Repeat No.6 (RED)
  38. At British Headquarters: “La Bas” by Franceschi
  39. Interrupt with Drum at Fade of Headquarters: Drums—March Tempo by Drummer
  40. Soldiers Stop Marching: “Polly” by Zamecnik
  41. Delousing Station: “Ballade d’Amour” by Sanders
  42. Fade-Out of Two Soldiers Singing: “British Patrol” by Linden
  43. The Taped Track: “Mysterious March” by Borch
  44. Soldiers All Set in Trenches: “Poursuite Dramatique” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  45. Girl and Ambulance Arrive at Trenches: Repeat No.6 (RED)
  46. The British Grimly Prepared: “Battle Agitato No.16” by Minot
  47. Close-Up of Two Soldiers Who Sang: Repeat No.41 “Ballade d’Amour”
  48. Officer Blows Signal on Horn: “Battle Agitato No.19” by Schoenfeld
  49. The French: “La Pere de la Victoire” by Ganne
  50. Wounded Soldiers Lying On Ground: “Elegy from ‘Cockney Suite’” by Ketelbey
  51. Soldiers Seen—Capture Two Soldiers: “A Broken Heart” by Schertzinger
  52. Young Lady, In Behalf: “Hurry No.3” by Lake (open ‘P’)
  53. Spy Lying on Ground: Repeat No.2 (BROWN)
  54. Leave That To Them: Repeat No.1 (WHITE)

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 29 to 41 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

SFSMA ID: zC46cytmve

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