The Country Doctor

Title: The Country Doctor

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

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  1. At screening: “Peer Gynt No. 1” by Grieg
  2. Fade-in doctor seated beside bed: “Prelude, Op. 28, No. 4” by Chopin
  3. The fever’s broke: “Nocturne, Op. 9, No. 2” by Chopin
  4. The wheels of his: “Two Preludes, Op. 28, No. 6” by Chopin
  5. Sweethearts: “Danse des Mirlitons” by Tschaikowsky
  6. Joe’s father: “Monologue” by Moszkowsky
  7. Doctor enters room: “Hark, Hark, the Lark” by Schubert-Liszt
  8. For thirty years: Repeat No. 3 “Nocturne”
  9. Bless my soul: “Auld Lang Syne” by Lake
  10. Sard seen on road: “Madrigale” by Simonetti
  11. Me an’ Pud Lamson: “Give Me One Rose To Remember” by Grey
  12. Sard’s mother closes bedroom door: “Prelude, Op. 28, No. 20” by Chopin
  13. A stone’s throw away: “Rural Flirts” by Bradford
  14. Ira Harding’s house: “Happy Hectic Hours” by Schad
  15. Sard seen in barn: Repeat No. 13 “Rural Flirts”
  16. Sard sees Harding: “Foursuite Dramatique” from Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  17. Doctor stops whipping: “Nocturne” by Krzyzanowski
  18. Harding leaves after title – “It’s bad business”: Repeat No. 5 “Danse des Mirlitons”
  19. Doctor joins Sard: Repeat No. 12 “Prelude”
  20. After Opal, Joe and Abie leave: “Pathetique Sonata” by Beethoven
  21. Tears are dried: “In the Tavern” by Nicode
  22. Doctor Sidney Fall: “Moonlight Sonata” by Beethoven
  23. In the doctor’s house: “Le Retour” b Bizet
  24. He’s so happy: Repeat No. 22 “Moonlight Sonata”
  25. Doctor alone at table: Repeat No. 10 “Madrigale”
  26. Autumn: “Forgotten” by Cowles
  27. Winter: “Andante” by Fifth Symphony by Tschaikowsky
  28. A storm’s workin’ up: “Old Dog Tray” by Foster
  29. On the back road: Repeat No. 5 “Danse des Mirlitons”
  30. Sard falls: orchestra tacet
  31. Nightfall and old doc: “Abschied” by Lake
  32. Harding sees doctor and Abbie: Repeat No. 6 “Monologue”
  33. Door opens—man enters: “Agitato con Moto” by Borch
  34. Sard opens eyes: “Sinister Agitato” from Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  35. Old doctor places hand on Harding’s shoulder: Repeat No. 9 “Auld Lang Syne”
  36. You seem to forget: “Cavatina” by Bohm
  37. Night on the storm-beaten: Repeat No. 5 “Danse des Mirlitons”
  38. Opal goes outside cabin: “Furioso No. 1” by Langey
  39. Opal meets doctor: “The Storm” by Gounod
  40. With his timely skill: Repeat No. 14 “Happy Hectic Hours”
  41. Abbie fixes doctor’s tie: Repeat No. 10 “Madrigale”

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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