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64 results for "11th chord" in 17 films — see also 9th chord

FilmTheme nameInstanceTags
All This, and Heaven Too (1940)Invitation from the King1:03:46 - Invitation from the King11th chord | ballroom | bold | double exposure | duchess | duke | fanfare | leading lady | leading man | montage | pedal tone | walking

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Underscoring (Tender)1:26:48 - The Duke talks with the servants11th chord | 13th chord | 64 chord | added-note chord | advance plot | arriving | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | duke | gentle | governess | leading lady | leading man | light | pentatonic | room | servant

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Henriette (Appassionato 2)1:46:00 - Henriette descends the staircase9th chord | 11th chord | added-note chord | anxious | chromatic sequence | common-tone diminished 7th | descending | excited | foreign key modulation | hurrying | leading lady | not mickey-moused | room | stairs | transition | walking

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Dolce2:05:51 - Henriette talks to Henry9th chord | 11th chord | advance plot | calm | common-chord modulation | conversing | gentle | leading lady | minister | pleasant | prison | prisoner | suspect
Are These Our Children? (1931)Dreams0:00:15 - Title of the film and opening credits11th chord | AABA structure | card | cast list | conductor score | gentle | mode mixture | opening title sequence | title of film

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams0:02:11 - Eddie and Mary talk11th chord | AABA structure | conductor score | establish character | gentle | leading lady | leading man | leaving | lovers | love scene | mode mixture | street | waiting
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)Happy Land (Allegretto)0:00:13 - Main title11th chord | cast list | familiar tune | foreign key modulation | opening title sequence | sequence | starring list | title of film
The Big Sleep (1946)Marlowe 2 (Blood Stain)0:27:54 - Marlowe discovers that the body is missing11th chord | chromatic scale | investigating | investigation scene | leading man | private eye | room | tense

The Big Sleep (1946)

Marlowe (Not in Film)NIF - not in film9th chord | 11th chord | advance plot | conversing | cut from film | femme fatale | leading man | private eye | room

The Big Sleep (1946)

Marlowe (Thinking)1:20:49 - Marlowe sits in a diner11th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | café | chromatic parallelism | fragmentation | leading man | mysterious | private eye | tense | thinking

The Big Sleep (1946)

Phone dialing1:21:07 - Marlowe dials a phone number11th chord | advance plot | café | dialing | leading man | mickey-mousing | mysterious | ostinato | phone call | private eye | telephone | tense
City for Conquest (1940)Tone Poem A0:13:03 - Eddie plays the piano9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | brother | common-chord modulation | composer | conversing | deceptive resolution | establish character | leading man | musician | piano | playing | romantic | room | source music | transcribed by ear

City for Conquest (1940)

I'm Just Wild About Harry (Delicato)0:25:06 - Peggy calls Murray11th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | altered dominant | calling | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | leading lady | mode mixture | pleasant | room | source to score | telephone | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Dolce)0:30:28 - Peggy talks to Danny9th chord | 11th chord | arguing | chromatic parallelism | common-chord modulation | conversing | flirting | gentle | leading lady | leading man | love scene | playful | room | shaving

City for Conquest (1940)

Peggy pokes Danny0:30:47 - Peggy pokes Danny11th chord | flirting | leading lady | leading man | love scene | mickey-mousing | playful | room | shaving | teasing

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A0:42:10 - Eddie plays the piano9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | advance plot | boxer | brother | common-chord modulation | composer | conversing | crowd | deceptive resolution | leading man | musician | on-screen music | party | piano | playing | romantic | source music | transcribed by ear

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Stride Piano)0:43:27 - Eddie plays the piano9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | augmented sixth chord | boxer | brother | chord substitution | common-tone diminished 7th | composer | conversing | crowd | foreign key modulation | leading man | mode mixture | musician | on-screen music | parallelism | party | piano | playing | ragtime | source music | syncopation | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Walking)0:48:32 - Danny and Peggy walk down the street11th chord | boxer | chromatic sequence | conversing | dancer | leading lady | leading man | love scene | romantic | street | walking

City for Conquest (1940)

Underscoring (Gentle)0:55:19 - A taxi approaches11th chord | appoggiatura | arriving | farewell scene | gentle | leading lady | leading man | source and scoring overlap | street | taxi | underscoring

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem D (Dolce)1:28:33 - Gladys talks to Peggy9th chord | 11th chord | advance plot | blue note | chromatic sequence | comforting | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | crying | friend | gentle | leading lady | mode mixture | newspaper | parallel fifths | room | sweet

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A1:32:32 - Violins playing9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | audience | Carnegie Hall | concert | concert hall | concert scene | conducting | conductor | deceptive resolution | dramatic | Gershwinesque | leading lady | listening | musician | on-screen music | orchestra | playing | romantic | sentimental | sequence | source music | watching | zoom in

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Tutti)1:33:02 - Peggy watches from the audience9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | audience | bold | Carnegie Hall | concert | concert hall | concert scene | conducting | conductor | deceptive resolution | dramatic | fragmentation | Gershwinesque | leading lady | listening | musician | on-screen music | orchestra | playing | point-of-view shot | romantic | source music | watching | zoom in

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Beoootiful)1:40:11 - Danny working at his newsstand9th chord | 11th chord | blur | conversing | dissonant bass | ethereal | gentle | into focus | leading lady | leading man | love scene | reunion | reuniting | shimmery | squinting | street | tone cluster | victim | whole-tone chord

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Chorus)1:41:14 - Danny talks with Peggy9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | chromatic sequence | conversing | crying | ethereal | foreign key modulation | gentle | leading lady | leading man | love interest | love scene | optimistic | reunion | reuniting | romantic | shimmery | street | suspension | victim
They Made Me a Criminal (1939)Peggy0:00:25 - Director credit9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | bold | cast list | chromatic mediant | foreign key modulation | heroic | main title | opening title sequence | tritone substitution

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Peggy (Dolce)0:28:20 - Peggy talks to Johnnie9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | deceptive resolution | foreign key modulation | heroine | kissing | leading lady | leading man | lovers meet | nursing | recovering | romance | room | sweet | tender

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Peggy (Delicatissimo)0:49:16 - Johnnie and Peggy kiss9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | hero | kissing | leading lady | leading man | love scene | romantic | room

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

On the Make (Crying)1:06:29 - Peggy cries after Johnnie leaves11th chord | conflict | crying | leading lady | leading man | room | somber
Dust Be My Destiny (1939)Dust Be My Destiny (Pensive)0:23:08 - Joe tells Mabel about his dreams11th chord | barn | chromatic mediant | dreaming | foreign key modulation | leading lady | leading man | love scene | mode mixture | pensive

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Worried)0:46:02 - Mabel talks to the police11th chord | create suspense | leading lady | police | room | somber

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Leaving Hospital)1:11:57 - Mabel and Joe start to leave11th chord | advance plot | hero | hospital | leading lady | leading man | peaceful | pedal tone | photographer | reporter

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Religioso)1:22:41 - Mabel testifies for Joe11th chord | chromatic parallelism | common-tone diminished 7th | courtroom | crowd | diminished 7th chord | gentle | judge | jury | leading lady | leading man | loving | mode mixture | parallel double period | plagal cadence | sincere | suspect | tender | trial

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Train)1:26:17 - Joe and Mabel on the train11th chord | added-note chord | happy | leading lady | leading man | resolution | sequence | train | train | traveling

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Hanging Hats)1:26:31 - Joe and Mabel toss their hats11th chord | chromatic mediant | foreign key modulation | happy | hat | hook | leading lady | leading man | mickey-mousing | resolution | throwing | train | traveling | whistle effect
Each Dawn I Die (1939)On the Make1:31:02 - Closing credits9th chord | 11th chord | ABAB structure | added-note chord | altered dominant | closing credits | end title sequence | jaunty | linear chromaticism | self-borrowing
Flamingo Road (1949)Lane (Molto Expressivo)NIF - not in film11th chord | conversing | cut from film | cut from film | falling in love scene | leading lady | leading man | police

Flamingo Road (1949)

If I Could Be With You (Tenderly)0:29:32 - Lane and Field prepare to leave11th chord | 13th chord | altered dominant | common-tone diminished 7th | kissing | lake | leading lady | leading man | love interest | love scene | romance | romantic | secondary dominant | source to score

Flamingo Road (1949)

If I Could Be With You (Somber)0:40:31 - Field talks to Lane's co-worker9th chord | 11th chord | advance plot | café | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | coworker | deceptive resolution | diminished 7th chord | leading man | linear chromaticism | politician | reverse picardy | sigh gesture | somber

Flamingo Road (1949)

Flamingo Road (Expressivo)1:02:07 - The gate to 32 Flamingo Road11th chord | added-note chord | arriving | gentle | husband | leading man | self-borrowing | sign | street | transition
In This Our Life (1942)Here Comes the Bride (A Little Shimmer)0:31:40 - A convertible9th chord | 11th chord | 64 chord | car | courthouse | deceptive resolution | happy | leading lady | leading man | leaving | pump-up modulation | sequential modulation | street | wedding | wedding

In This Our Life (1942)

Minerva and Parry1:13:29 - Minerva talks with Roy9th chord | 11th chord | advance plot | blue note | calm | chromatic mediant | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | foreign key modulation | leading lady | maid | mellow | mother | questioning | room | sentimental | solemn | spiritual

In This Our Life (1942)

Minerva and Parry1:21:28 - Parry in his jail cell9th chord | 11th chord | blue note | chromatic mediant | common-tone diminished 7th | conflict | conversing | criminal | foreign key modulation | lawyer | leading lady | leading man | lying | prison | prisoner | somber | suspect | tender | testifying | victim

In This Our Life (1942)

Big Sweep1:28:57 - Stanley escapes11th chord | altered dominant | climax | criminal | dramatic | driving | escaping | lawyer | leading lady | leading man | pc set | room | underscoring | watching
The Informer (1935)The Informer (Dublin)0:01:03 - Title card establishes the setting in Dublin, Ireland9th chord | 11th chord | establish setting | informer | marching | minor pentatonic | mysterious | nun | opening title sequence | religious symbolism | Scotch snap | searching | serious | shadow | street | title card | tritone substitution

The Informer (1935)

Dan and Mary (Dolce)0:57:51 - Dan tells Mary: "I'll come back for you"11th chord | common-tone diminished 7th | crying | dissonant bass | embracing | hero | love interest | love scene | love theme | mode mixture | romantic | room

The Informer (1935)

Dan and Mary (Adagio)1:23:36 - Dan and Mary talk11th chord | dissonant bass | love | love interest | love scene | rebel | romantic | room | yearning
The Letter (1940)Mr. Hammond Has Been Shot0:05:45 - Worker runs in11th chord | action scene | altered dominant | dark | death | husband | ominous | reacting | servant | warehouse

The Letter (1940)

Mrs. Hammond (Bitter)1:08:54 - Leslie sees Mrs. Hammond in the courtroom11th chord | antagonist | Chinese | Chinese | chromatic parallelism | confronting | courtroom | dark | husband | leading lady | trial

The Letter (1940)

Leslie (Reckoning)1:33:42 - Mrs. Hammond walks away11th chord | antagonist | augmentation | body | changing meter | Chinese | climax | death | leading lady | moon | oscillation | plantation | policeman | somber | suspension
Mildred Pierce (1945)Mildred (Murder)0:01:59 - Bullet holes in the mirror11th chord | augmented sixth chord | dark | death | dying | leaving | murder | murder scene | room | somber

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Kay and Veda0:25:03 - Kay plays football in the street11th chord | added-note chord | child | establish character | football | mickey-mousing | playing | street | upbeat

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Ballet Lesson0:37:25 - Kay dances9th chord | 11th chord | ballet | child | dancing | double exposure | graceful | heroine | leading lady | montage | pleasant | room | voice-over

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Mildred B (Angry)0:39:30 - Mildred argues with Veda11th chord | angry | arguing | child | conflict | fragmentation | heroine | leading lady | room | slapping | tense

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Kay and Veda (Dying)0:55:05 - Kay's family waits and watches11th chord | child | dark | death scene | doctor | dying | ex-husband | heroine | illness | leading lady | nurse | patient | room | sick person | somber | tense | treating | turning point | waiting | watching
We Are Not Alone (1939)Tommy (Recovering)0:09:17 - David tells Tommy he is allergic to cats11th chord | boy | cat | cheerful | doctor | establish character | fragmentation | hero | office | playful | sequence

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony (Fixing the Lights)0:23:27 - David tries to fix the lights11th chord | advance plot | boy | child | classical music | familiar tune | father | foreign key modulation | fragmentation | Haydn | helping | hero | home | mysterious | playful | quotation | working

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Frohe Botschaft (Viennese)0:32:51 - Gerald rushes in to see Leni11th chord | advance plot | boy | child | familiar tune | folk song | foreign key modulation | German | greeting | heroine | home | hugging | joyful | lifting | mickey-mousing | quotation

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony (Turbulent)0:50:14 - Jessica reacts to David's departure11th chord | angry | antagonist | chromatic parallelism | classical music | conflict | crying | dark | familiar tune | Haydn | hero | home | husband | leaving | quotation | room | sad | tragic | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Agitato1:02:31 - Crowd presses forward11th chord | chaotic | classical music | conflict | conversing | crowd | dissonant bass | dissonant bass | dramatic | familiar tune | riot | Rubinstein | street

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Underscoring (Dramatic)1:03:40 - Jessica takes Gerald outside 11th chord | antagonist | boy | child | conflict | dramatic | street | tense | underscoring | walking

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Frohe Botschaft (Singing)1:50:32 - Gerald sings in the tub9th chord | 11th chord | boy | child | conclusion | death | familiar tune | folk song | German | home | peaceful | quotation | room
Sing and Like It (1934)King Kong March0:58:31 - Annie's name in lights9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | arriving | binary form | boss | common-tone diminished 7th | critic | crowd | dressing room | fanfare | fanfare | gangster | leading lady | lobby | mode mixture | neon lights | parallelism | self-borrowing | singer | street | theater | worker
Hat, Coat, and Glove (1934)Wonderful0:39:29 - Robert tells Dorothea goodbye11th chord | ABAC structure | added-note chord | advance plot | calm | club | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | lawyer | leading lady | leading man | meeting | self-borrowing | source music | transcribed by ear
We're Only Human (1935)Dan and Mary (Adagio)0:30:44 - Pete says goodbye to Danny11th chord | action scene | bank | conversing | death | detective | dying | gangster | leading man | solemn | victim