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Is My Face Red? (1932)


Home > Film: Is My Face Red? > Theme: Trysting Place, The > Instance: 0:50:25


Instance
Theme name: Trysting Place, The
Composer: Victor L. Schertzinger; arranged by Max Steiner
Start time: 0:50:25
End time: 0:53:44
Total duration: 0:03:19
Page #:
Measure #:
Scene: no score available
Key: F
Meter: 4/4
Tempo (bpm): 124
Instrumentation: dance band



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Description
Description: Dance band music being played by a radio orchestra on a soundstage; used as underscoring (sentimental and romantic), underscoring a conversation between Peggy and William
On-screen: William talks to Peggy and Mildred
Analysis: The tune is preceded by short introduction that may have been written by Steiner; this arrangement features an interesting harmonic change in the second chorus, changing the alternating I-iii-I-iii to a chromatic VII-I-VII-I progression
Tags

advance plot | arguing | band | broadcast | calm | conversing | dance music | leading man | radio | sentence form | source music | stage | transcribed by ear







(source melody may differ slightly from film)