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Flamingo Road (1949) [IN PROCESS - Information may be incomplete or contain inaccuracies]


Home > Film: Flamingo Road > Theme: Lute Mae > Variant: A Reminiscence > Instance: 0:42:04


Instance
Theme name: Lute Mae
Variant name: A Reminiscence
Start time: 0:42:04
End time: 0:42:21
Total duration: 0:00:17
Page #: 44
Measure #: 58
Scene: Reel 5 Part 1
Key: Ab - A
Meter: 2/2
Tempo (bpm): 84
Marking: Swing
Instrumentation: orchestra
Solo Instrument: clarinet



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Description
Description: The bluesy theme for Lute Mae's roadhouse is heard as the female prisoner talks about working there
On-screen: A female prisoner talks about Lute Mae's
Music annotations: [m. 58] a tempo / Murray: Not heavy - (very light - a reminiscence)
Film annotations: [m. 58] It was!; [m. 68] Bell rings
Orchestration annotations: [m. 58] 2nd clt (hot) / piano / strgs (harp) / sax / trpt (hot) or sax / (cue in piano); [m. 61] W.W.; [m. 64] clt?
Analysis: Identical to the original theme with the addition of a countermelody from Crime School (see lowest staff)
Tags

13th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | altered dominant | bluesy | conversing | countermelody | Gershwinesque | leading lady | prison | prisoner | self-borrowing

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