Variant on Leslie's theme, using only the oscillating motive, which is used sequentially, then repeated over chromatically descending triads (here associated with walking); Steiner specifically chose to not mickey-mouse the walking here with his note in the score: "but not too rhythmic (I don't want to 'Mickey Mouse' this)"
Leslie in jail
[m. 19] mp; [m. 20] f / tutti / a tempo / not too loud; [m. 22] a tempo / medium full, but not too rythmic (I don't want to 'Mickey Mouse' this) / p; [m. 23] screwy; [m. 25] p / pp
[m. 20] Dissolve to jail; [m. 21] Dialogue; [m. 22] She walks; [m. 25] End of reel / No join
[m. 19] str / violas / W.W. / harp / celeste / marimba / gong / basses / celli / bassoon / pianos; [m. 20] 2 viol / 4 celli + W.W. / horns / brass felts / timp / tuba / basses pizz; [m. 21] str only / cel piano + 2 flts (in 8vas); [m. 22] 12 viol and E. Horn etc. / oboe / W.W. / violas / celli / timp / pizz (one); [m. 24] fl + vibraph
The theme is repeated a tritone lower; the walking motion is illustrated with chromatically descending second-inversion triads