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The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)Clitterhouse Onestep0:33:20 - Gangsters walk through music studioadded-note chord | common-tone diminished 7th | dancer | dancing | gangster | jaunty | on-screen music | parallel double period | pianist | playing | singing | studio | transition | walking | warming up

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)

People running0:52:10 - Men run to the warehouseadded-note chord | crowd | exciting | mickey-mousing | robbery | running | street

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)

Jo0:58:18 - Dr. Clitterhouse talks with Jo13th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | chromatic mediant | conversing | doctor | foreign key modulation | gangster | leading lady | leading man | love scene | room | sequence | tender

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)

Jo (End Cast)1:26:42 - Cast list13th chord | added-note chord | beaker | bubbling | chromatic mediant | closing credits | end title | triadic transformation
Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)Rocky and Laury (Not In Film 1)NIF - not in filmadded-note chord | altered dominant | augmented sixth chord | common-chord modulation | conversing | cut from film | establish character | following | gangster | leading lady | leading man | mode mixture | street | walking

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Rocky and Laury (Not In Film 2)NIF - not in filmadded-note chord | altered dominant | augmented sixth chord | chromatic scale | conversing | cut from film | establish character | following | gangster | leading lady | leading man | street | walking

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Rocky and Laury (Sentimental)1:01:59 - Rocky and Laury talkadded-note chord | altered dominant | conversing | gangster | leading lady | leading man | love scene | parallel period | romantic | room

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Foxtrot1:02:20 - Rocky and Laury look out the windowadded-note chord | altered dominant | common-tone diminished 7th | dreaming | foxtrot | gangster | hoping | leading lady | leading man | looking | love scene | mode mixture | romantic | room

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Jerry (Goodbye)1:33:12 - Jerry says goodbye to Rockyadded-note chord | climax | conversing | dissonant bass | execution chamber | gangster | leading man | priest | prison | serious | sigh gesture | somber

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Funebre (Sigh)1:33:19 - Rocky heads towards electric chairadded-note chord | climax | dirge | execution chamber | gangster | leading man | marching | priest | prison | sigh gesture | somber | tense | walking

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Sanctus (Mournful)1:34:12 - Jerry cries after Rocky diesadded-note chord | climax | crying | death | dissonant bass | execution chamber | leading man | mourning | pedal tone | priest | prison | redemption | reverse picardy | sacred | somber
Are These Our Children? (1931)Flapper and Eddie WaltzNIF - not in filmadded-note chord | altered dominant | cut from film | linear chromaticism | parallel double period | waltz

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Moonbeams0:25:39 - Eddie dances with Floadded-note chord | altered dominant | common-tone diminished 7th | dance hall | dance scene | dancing | leading man | love interest | mode mixture | on-screen music | parallel double period | romantic | source music | waltz

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Moonbeams (Dream Sequence)0:27:23 - Eddie takes Flo homeadded-note chord | advance plot | double exposure | dream sequence | entering | friend | hectic | kissing | leading man | mode mixture | romantic | source to score | street | transcribed by ear | waltz

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Andante)NIF - not in filmadded-note chord | cut from film | mode mixture | parallelism | quartal chord | tense | whole-tone chord

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Transition 8B)NIF - not in filmadded-note chord | altered dominant | augmented triad | chromatic mediant | common-tone diminished 7th | cut from film | foreign key modulation | pedal tone | tense | turbulent

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Transition 13) + Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Transition 13)NIF - not in film9th chord | added-note chord | chromatic sequence | common-tone diminished 7th | cut from film | dramatic | plagal cadence | somber

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Eddie’s Prayer)1:22:14 - Eddie behind barsadded-note chord | climax | crying | dramatic | jail | leading man | murderer | praying | prisoner | religious | sacred

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Meno)NIF - not in filmadded-note chord | chromatic parallelism | common-tone dominant 7th | cut from film | half-diminished 7th chord | peaceful

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Dark Introduction)NIF - not in filmadded-note chord | cut from film | dark

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Incidental MusicNIF - not in filmABAC structure | added-note chord | altered dominant | common-tone diminished 7th | cut from film | upbeat
Crime School (1938)Gangster Blues0:01:16 - New York City streets13th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | blues | cut from film | establish setting | fun | Gershwinesque | main title | setting | street | upbeat

Crime School (1938)

Gangster Blues (Painting)0:50:45 - The boys paint their room13th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | comedy | comical | gang | painting | reformatory | setting | teenager | working

Crime School (1938)

Gangster Blues (Mechanical)0:54:46 - Boys get to work13th chord | action scene | added-note chord | altered dominant | boiler room | coal | danger | fire | fire | frantic | gang | gauge | heat | hurrying | mechanical | reformatory | sequence | shoveling | smoke | teenager | temperature | temperature | working

Crime School (1938)

Gangster Blues (Explosion)0:56:04 - The boiler explodes13th chord | action scene | added-note chord | boiler room | collapsing | escaping | exploding | explosion | foreign key modulation | frantic | gang | mechanical | reformatory | running | sequence | teenager | tense | worker | yelling

Crime School (1938)

Sue (The End)1:24:27 - The Endadded-note chord | resolution | The End | triumphant

Crime School (1938)

Sue (End Credits)1:24:49 - Cast listadded-note chord | bluesy | chromatic parallelism | closing credits | end title sequence | Gershwinesque | mode mixture | not by Steiner | upbeat
They Made Me a Criminal (1939)Signature0:00:00 - WB shieldadded-note chord | bold | chromatic mediant | dissonant bass | fanfare | main title | opening title sequence | WB shield

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Transition0:00:07 - Starring listadded-note chord | chromatic parallelism | dissonant bass | dramatic | main title | opening title sequence | pedal tone | starring list | tense | title of film

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Traveling0:22:25 - Johnnie becomes a fugitive9th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | countryside | double exposure | dramatic | leading man | map | mickey-mousing | money | montage | montage | purchasing | street | traveling | walking

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Underscoring (Mysterious)0:23:21 - Men at the diner stand upadded-note chord | advance plot | diner | dissonant bass | fighting | half-diminished 7th chord | leading man | linear chromaticism | money | mysterious | sitting | sneaking | underscoring | whole-tone chord

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

On the Make0:49:40 - Johnnie and Peggy drive in a carABAB structure | added-note chord | altered dominant | car | car | cheerful | conversing | driving | hero | leading lady | leading man | linear chromaticism | love scene | mode mixture | phrase extension | romantic | traveling

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

On the Make (Extended)0:53:21 - Johnnie and Peggy drive in a carABAB structure | added-note chord | advance plot | altered dominant | car | car | cheerful | conversing | driving | hero | kissing | leading lady | leading man | linear chromaticism | mode mixture | phrase extension | romantic | traveling

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

On the Make (Dolce)1:05:13 - Peggy talks to Johnnieadded-note chord | altered dominant | arguing | conflict | leading lady | leading man | linear chromaticism | lying | room | tender

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

The Fugitive (Let Down)1:06:51 - The boys talk about Johnnieadded-note chord | arguing | conflict | criticizing | foreign key modulation | leading man | room | somber | teenager

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

On the Make (Lohenblueish)1:09:07 - Johnnie decides that he will stayadded-note chord | augmentation | chromatic mediant | direct modulation | foreign key modulation | hero | hopeful | hopeless | leading man | linear chromaticism | passionate | room | thinking | turning point | zoom in

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Lying1:25:16 - Johnnie lies to Peggy about where he's goingadded-note chord | augmented sixth chord | climax | common-chord modulation | detective | dissonant bass | foreign key modulation | leading lady | leading man | lying | minor-major 7th chord | room | turbulent

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

On the Make (End Cast)1:31:03 - End titles9th chord | added-note chord | closing credits | end title | linear chromaticism | mode mixture | not by Steiner | plagal cadence | upbeat
Dust Be My Destiny (1939)Dust Be My Destiny (In Love)0:22:04 - Mabel and Joe talk9th chord | added-note chord | barn | common-tone diminished 7th | leading lady | leading man | love scene | mode mixture | romantic | secondary dominant

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Expressivo)0:23:38 - Joe and Mabel talk9th chord | added-note chord | augmented sixth chord | barn | common-tone diminished 7th | leading lady | leading man | love scene | mode mixture | romantic | secondary dominant | sequence

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Underscoring (Dramatic)0:26:38 - Car drives towards Joe and Mabeladded-note chord | barn | conflict | dissonant bass | dramatic | headlights | passerby | stinger | tone cluster | underscoring

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (In Love)0:27:22 - Joe and Mabel talk9th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | common-tone diminished 7th | freedom | gentle | leading lady | leading man | mode mixture | runaway | secondary dominant | street | walking

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Here Comes the Bride (Modulating)0:29:02 - Joe and Mabel run to the courthouseadded-note chord | deceptive resolution | excited | familiar tune | foreign key modulation | fragmentation | leading lady | leading man | love scene | marriage | pump-up modulation | romance | romantic | running | sequence | street

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Waiting)0:29:38 - Joe and Mabel talk about getting marriedadded-note chord | augmented sixth chord | chromatic mediant | common-tone diminished 7th | foreign key modulation | leading lady | leading man | love scene | romantic | street | waiting

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Travel Montage)0:36:28 - A speeding trainadded-note chord | foreign key modulation | frantic | hitch-hiking | leading lady | leading man | linear chromaticism | map | montage | pc set | runaway | sign | train | train | train whistle | traveling | traveling scene | truck | walking

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Calm)0:44:32 - Mabel and Nick talkadded-note chord | altered dominant | develop character | diner | friend | gentle | leading lady | leading man | shopkeeper

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Reunited)0:58:04 - Joe embraces Mabel9th chord | 64 chord | added-note chord | embracing | foreign key modulation | leading lady | leading man | love scene | romantic | room | triumphant

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Buzzing1:01:05 - Men working in the dark room64 chord | action scene | added-note chord | buzzy | chromatic parallelism | dark room | enharmonic modulation | exciting | foreign key modulation | leading man | mode mixture | Neapolitan | newspaper | newspaper editor | parallelism | photographer | photography | pump-up modulation | Rimsky-Korsakov | working

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Travel Montage)1:26:04 - Train approaches the screenadded-note chord | foreign key modulation | happy | leading lady | leading man | pc set | resolution | train | train | traveling

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
Each Dawn I Die (1939)Signature0:00:00 - WB shieldadded-note chord | bold | chromatic mediant | fanfare | linear chromaticism | main title | opening title sequence | WB shield

Each Dawn I Die (1939)

Headlines 20:49:31 - Newspaper headline is shownadded-note chord | bold | fanfare | headline | montage | montage | newspaper

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)Lute Mae0:01:26 - Lute Mae's Roadhouse13th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | bluesy | club | countermelody | dancing | eating | establish setting | musician | on-screen music | playing | self-borrowing | simulated source music | voice-over

Flamingo Road (1949)

TravelingNIF - not in filmadded-note chord | chromatic mediant | common-tone diminished 7th | cut from film | cut from film | deceptive resolution | leading lady | leading man | lovers meet | pedal tone | police | room

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lane0:30:02 - Lane and Field kiss in the moonlightadded-note chord | augmentation | kissing | lake | leading lady | leading man | love interest | love scene | pedal tone | romance | romantic

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lute Mae (A Reminiscence)0:42:04 - A female prisoner talks about Lute Mae's13th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | altered dominant | bluesy | conversing | countermelody | Gershwinesque | leading lady | prison | prisoner | self-borrowing

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lute Mae (Not in Film)NIF - not in film13th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | common-chord modulation | countermelody | cut from film | cut from film | deceptive resolution | lovers meet | self-borrowing

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lane (Lento)0:50:04 - Dan meets Laneadded-note chord | conversing | countermelody | gentle | graceful | leading lady | leading man | love interest | lovers meet | politician | room

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lute Mae (Quasi Blues)0:51:46 - Dan flirts with Lane13th chord | added-note chord | conversing | countermelody | flirting | flirty | leading lady | leading man | love interest | lovers meet | politician | room | self-borrowing | sultry | thematic transference

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lute Mae (Driving)0:53:02 - Lane drives Dan to the construction site13th chord | added-note chord | arriving | car | car | comical | common-chord modulation | driving | leading lady | leading man | love interest | politician | rushed | self-borrowing | transition | traveling

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

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lute Mae (Tenderly)1:03:37 - Dan is grateful for Lane's gift to him13th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | comical | common-chord modulation | conversing | embracing | happy | husband | leading lady | leading man | maid | room | self-borrowing | tender | wife

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lute Mae (Tenderly)1:07:55 - Dan kisses Lane13th chord | added-note chord | bluesy | husband | kissing | leading lady | leading man | love scene | room | self-borrowing | tender | wife

Flamingo Road (1949)

Underscoring (Mysterious)NIF - not in filmadded-note chord | cut from film | cut from film | transition | underscoring

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lute Mae (Delicato)1:33:28 - Lane smiles as Dan13th chord | added-note chord | crying | delicate | husband | kissing | leading lady | leading man | prison | resolution | reuniting | romance | self-borrowing | sentimental | wife

Flamingo Road (1949)

If I Could Be With You (Ecstatic)1:33:37 - Lane walks awayadded-note chord | altered dominant | artwork in score | chromatic parallelism | friend | husband | joyous | leading lady | leading man | leaving | prison | resolution | reuniting | romance | secondary dominant | The End | thematic transference | triumphant | wife
The Informer (1935)Pleading1:08:57 - Peter defends himselfadded-note chord | anxious | chromaticism | courtroom | courtroom scene | defending | headquarters | pleading | room | stinger | suspect
The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)Lullaby (Park)0:36:28 - Nurse and baby in the parkAABA structure | added-note chord | advance plot | calm | child | common-chord modulation | conversing | leading lady | lullaby | nurse | park | peaceful | waiting

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Stars and Stripes Forever (Allegro)0:46:04 - Newspaper montage64 chord | added-note chord | gentle | leading lady | leading man | love interest | montage | patriotic tune | pedal tone | politician | soldier

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Old Lavender1:00:07 - Joan and Ranny talk9th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | common-chord modulation | conversing | daughter | direct modulation | harmonic sequence | light | love interest | love scene | optimistic | proposal | proposing | room | transcribed by ear

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby (Clarinet Solo)1:00:58 - John and Laura talk about Joanadded-note chord | conflict | conversing | dramatic | gentle | leading man | peaceful | room | stinger | transcribed by ear | wife

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Old Lavender1:02:11 - Joan and Ranny enter9th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | arguing | common-chord modulation | conflict | conversing | daughter | direct modulation | harmonic sequence | leading man | light | love interest | optimistic | room | surprise | wife

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Old Lavender (Ethereal)1:05:26 - Ranny talks to Joan's parentsadded-note chord | common-chord modulation | conflict | conversing | daughter | leading man | love interest | mode mixture | pedal tone | room | sentimental | wife

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby (Cello Solo)1:08:38 - Vergie talks with Johnadded-note chord | advance plot | common-chord modulation | confident | hopeful | hoping | leading lady | leading man | room | secret lover | sweet | warm

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby + Here Comes the Bride1:10:07 - Vergie imagines the weddingadded-note chord | bride | calm | chromatic mediant | combination of themes | common-chord modulation | daughter | double exposure | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | peaceful | secret lover | ternary form | transcribed by ear | walking | wedding | wedding | wedding music

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby (Resolution)1:21:03 - Joan talks about her motheradded-note chord | calm | conversing | crying | daughter | end title sequence | husband | peaceful | prison | redemption | resolution | The End | triumphant

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby (Resolution Not in Film)NIF - not in filmadded-note chord | cut from film
Kid Galahad (1937)Kid Galahad (Tender)1:39:15 - Nick speaks his final words9th chord | 64 chord | added-note chord | appoggiatura | climax | death | dying | fanfare | foreign key modulation | leading lady | leading man | manager | mode mixture | pedal tone | room | sister | somber | stretto imitation

Kid Galahad (1937)

Kid Galahad (End Title)1:41:09 - End cast9th chord | added-note chord | common-tone diminished 7th | end title sequence | fanfare | jaunty | march-like | mode mixture | plagal cadence
We Are Not Alone (1939)Signature0:00:00 - WB shieldadded-note chord | chromatic mediant | fanfare | linear chromaticism | main title | opening title sequence | phrase extension | starring list | WB shield

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Heart of Oak0:01:02 - View of London ("England, 1914")64 chord | added-note chord | bold | British | card | England | establish location | familiar tune | folk song | London | march | pedal tone | setting

We Are Not Alone (1939)

I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside (Subconscious)0:31:36 - Jessica says goodnight to David added-note chord | advance plot | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | goodnight | happy | hero | home | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Captain Gerald0:43:23 - Gerald tells Leni a storyadded-note chord | advance plot | boy | child | exoticism | foreign key modulation | heroine | home | imagination | room | somber | telling a story

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Frohe Botschaft (Triste)0:51:10 - David talks to Leni9th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | conversing | deceptive resolution | familiar tune | folk song | foreign key modulation | fragmentation | German | hero | heroine | home | quotation | room | somber

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony (Sneaky)0:51:52 - David goes to bedadded-note chord | advance plot | antagonist | classical music | cook | diminution | familiar tune | Haydn | hero | heroine | home | mickey-mousing | mysterious | quotation | room | sneaking | somber

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Underscoring (Tense)1:15:25 - David is taken away by the police9th chord | added-note chord | arresting | conflict | hero | heroine | pedal tone | police | tense | train station | underscoring

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Fainting1:40:41 - Leni faintsadded-note chord | fainting | falling | hero | heroine | love scene | mickey-mousing | prison | sequence | tense
Emergency Call (1933)Theme from Cimarron1:00:41 - The endadded-note chord | closing credits | dramatic | end title sequence | The End | transcribed by ear
Headline Shooter (1933)You Bunch of Fun0:00:44 - Cast list over racing vehiclesABAA structure | added-note chord | cheerful | common-tone diminished 7th | opening title sequence | reused recording | split screen | transcribed by ear | video cast list
Gridiron Flash (1934)Gridiron Flash0:00:24 - Cast listadded-note chord | cast list | countermelody | march | opening title sequence | starring list | title of film | upbeat

Gridiron Flash (1934)

Gridiron Flash0:45:19 - Eddie in his roomadded-note chord | advance plot | cheering | countermelody | leading man | march | room | upbeat

Gridiron Flash (1934)

Gridiron Flash1:02:36 - The scoreboardadded-note chord | athlete | celebrating | countermelody | crowd | football | football game | leading lady | leading man | march | resolution | The End | upbeat
Hat, Coat, and Glove (1934)Transient Love0:00:12 - Title of film; starring list; cast listAABA structure | added-note chord | altered dominant | cast list | chromatic mediant | common-tone diminished 7th | opening title sequence | pedal tone | pleasant | starring list | title of film | transcribed by ear

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
Murder on the Blackboard (1934)Blackboard Murder (End Titles)1:10:39 - The Endadded-note chord | augmented triad | end title sequence | grand | The End | transcribed by ear
Star of Midnight (1935)Midnight in Manhattan0:00:34 - Cast listadded-note chord | altered dominant | cast list | chromatic scale | mode mixture | mysterious | opening title sequence | sentimental | transcribed by ear

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Accelerando)0:54:42 - Feet walkingadded-note chord | bus | chromatic parallelism | hurried | mickey-mousing | mode mixture | montage | street | transcribed by ear | traveling | walking