The Sporting Age

Title: The Sporting Age

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At Screening: At Screening: “Jocoso” by Finck
  2. James Driscoll: “Mona” by Maclean
  3. I’m Sorry, Mr. Driscoll: “Remorse” by Zamecnik
  4. Miriam Had Looked Forward: THEME “Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life” by Herbert
  5. Insert—Telegram: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  6. Driscoll Leaves: “Memories” by Van Alstyne
  7. Flash To Stables: “Pleading Love Theme” by Bradford
  8. Miriam and Philip In Canoe: “Waterfall” by Zamecnik
  9. Stables: “Hustle-Bustle” by Delille
  10. Miriam and Phillip: “To You Dear” by Edwards
  11. Messenger Boy Appears: “Rustic Caprice” by St. Clair
  12. Insert—Telegram: “A Passionate Episode” by Engleman
  13. Night Flash of Train: “Storm Music” by Zamecnik
  14. She Dressed To Go Too: “Dramatic Andante No.2” by Axt
  15. Driscoll Lying In Bed: “Tristesse” by Bradford
  16. Summer, It’s Brightness Lost: “Yearning” by Crist
  17. Miriam Enters House: “Serenade” by Rachmaninoff
  18. Tell Me, Doctor: “Regret” by Zamecnik
  19. Miriam, Picking Flowers: “Ellinge” by Byford
  20. Driscoll Enters Room: “Quietude” by Gregh
  21. Insert—Letter: “The Faun” by Wright
  22. Phillip Meets Nancy: “I Love You” by Silver
  23. Dance Music Starts: “Is It Possible?” by Woods
  24. Indian Summer Passed: Repeat Theme No.4
  25. Nancy and Phillip At Plane: “Air Flight” by Zamecnik
  26. Cras In Water: “The Spectre” by Engleman
  27. Nancy and Phil Had Been Close To Death: Repeat No.22 “I Love You”
  28. Phillip Has Asked Me To Marry Him: “Elegie and Appasionato” by Savino
  29. Clasped Hands: “The Swan” by St. Saens
  30. I Wish You Every Joy, Dear: “Wedding March” by Mendelssohn
  31. Miriam Enters Adjoining Room: “Among My Souvenirs” by Weill
  32. Miriam Turns and Sees Her Husband: Repeat Theme No.4

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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