The Gaucho

Title: The Gaucho

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: Gaucho Theme (Letters A and B)
  2. So This Day: “Pastorale from ‘L’Arlesieene’” by Bizet
  3. Close-Up of Shepherd Girl: “Excitement and Hurry” by Hoffman
  4. Girl Falls Over Cliff: “Romance d’Amour” by Schoenfeld
  5. People Run from Cliff: Excerpt No.5 from “Gaucho”
  6. Vision Disappears In Second Vision Scene: “Last Dream of the Virgin” by Massanet
  7. Child Recovers: Repeat No.4 “Romance d’Amour”
  8. Upon This Holy Spot: Repeat No.5 “Excerpt No.5”
  9. Long Shot of Scene: Excerpt from “Andantino” by Schumann
  10. The Discordant Note: “Despair” by Kalbe (BLACK)
  11. Leper Kneels—Flash to Long Shot: Repeat No.9 “Andantino”
  12. The Fame of the City: “Gaucho Theme (Letter A)”

SEGUE: “The Bold Riders” by Carbonara

  1. Window Scene Shows: “Gaucho Theme (Letter B)”
  2. With My Compliments: “Incid. Symphony No.39” by Bicchiere (LT. BLUE)
  3. Lupe Rushes Through crowd and Sees Gaucho: “Gaucho Theme (Letter A)”
  4. Men Kiss Each Other: “La Rosita” by Dupont
  5. Mary Pickford Comes from House: Repeat No.5 (WHITE)
  6. Fade-Out of Mary Pickford As Boy Walks From Her Home: “Gavotte Pompadour” by Langford
  7. Aristocratic Girl Begins To Eat From Tray: Play Chorus of “Tea for Two” by Harms
  8. Card to Dine With Parents In Boy’s Hand Flashed: Repeat No.5 (WHITE)
  9. Fade-Out After Old Man Sits Down Beside Box: “Breath of Morn” by Kempinski
  10. Fade After Title “THE POOR BOY IS PROBABLY”: “Side by Side” by Woods
  11. Policeman and Girl Show on Screen: Repeat No.15 (RED)
  12. Liz is Pinched: Repeat No.11 “Home Sweet Hom”
  13. Lovers Leave Orangeade Stand: Play one chorus of “Love Nest” by Harms and…

SEGUE: “Twilight Hour” by Savino

  1. Father Answers Telephone Repeat No.11 “Home Sweet Home”
  2. Street Scene After Mother Given Smelling Salts: “Two Little Love Birds” by Romberg
  3. Joe and Maggie at Iron Gate to Home: “A Little Girl, a Little Boy, a Little Moon” by Warren
  4. The Merrills are Not Home: “Mr. and Mrs.” by Romberg
  5. Dog Chases Mary Pickford Off Screen: Repeat No.22 “Side by Side”
  6. Dining Room Scene: Repeat No.5 (WHITE)
  7. Lovers Enter Dining Room: Play two choruses of “A Cup of Coffee, a Sandwich and You” by Harms

SEGUE: “My Best Girl” by Donaldson

  1. But Don’t Worry Dear: Repeat No.5 (WHITE)
  2. Joe’s Parents Show on Screen: “Hurry No.7” by Armandola (LIGHT BLUE)
  3. Boy Makes Mary Pickford Come From Under Table: “Yearning” by Schoenfeld
  4. If You Don’t Mind: Repeat No.34 (LIGHT BLUE)
  5. Mary Stops At Store Window: Repeat No.25 “Love Nest”
  6. Mary Shows After Old Man Laughs: Repeat No.34 (LIGHT BLUE)
  7. Mary Pickford Helps Mother Into House: “Cynical Scherzando” by Axt (RED)
  8. Joe Runs Into Court: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No. 4-B2” by Luz
  9. Don’t Worry Ma: Repeat No.5 (WHITE)
  10. Girl Faints: Repeat No.39 (RED)
  11. Joe Hitting Man After Title: “So Maggie’s Been Running Around”: “Agitato No.20” by Lake
  12. Newspaper Article on Screen: Repeat No.11 “Home Sweet Home”

SEGUE: Chorus of “Falling In Love” by Harms (WHITE)

  1. Doorbell Rings: “The Answer In Your Eyes” by Savino
  2. Joe Enters House: Repeat No.5 (WHITE)
  3. Mary Pickford Breaks from Lover: “Appassionato No.4” by Axt (DARK BLUE)
  4. What an Easy Mark: “Lt. Romantic Theme No.2” by Luz
  5. And Sit By A Fireside: “Rock-a-bye Baby” by Luz
  6. Mary Pickford Puts Hat Down on Table: Repeat No.48 “Lt. Romantic Theme No.2”
  7. Mary Pickford at Victoria: “Red Hot Mamma” by Rose
  8. Mary Pickford Lights Cigarette: Repeat No.5 (WHITE)
  9. Father Shows on Screen: Repeat No.47 (DARK BLUE)
  10. Father Falls To Floor: Repeat No.53 (DARK BLUE) from beginning
  11. Good Heavens, The Boat Leaves: Repeat No.34 (LIGHT BLUE)
  12. Family Gets Into Auto: “Comedy No.7” by Ketelbey
  13. Lovers Get On Boat: “My Best Girl” by Donaldson (BROWN)

Proper rest period is Nos. 20 to 33 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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