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27 results for "bluesy" — see also Gershwinesque | jazzy

FilmTheme nameInstanceTags
Are These Our Children? (1931)Dance TuneNIF - not in filmaugmented triad | bluesy | common-tone diminished 7th | cut from film | mode mixture
The Big Sleep (1946)Sternwood0:02:31 - Carmen walks awaybluesy | daughter | establish character | femme fatale | leading man | private eye | room | seductive | walking

The Big Sleep (1946)

Girl Driver0:39:53 - Marlowe pays the lady cab driverbluesy | flirting | investigation scene | leading man | love interest | private eye | seductive | street
City for Conquest (1940)Tone Poem D (Main Title)0:01:00 - Credits over a city skylinebluesy | cast list | city | opening title sequence | sentimental | skyline

City for Conquest (1940)

Sidewalks of New York (Soliloquy 2)0:02:50 - Old-timer talks with coparguing | bluesy | bridge | city | establish setting | old man | police | sentimental | soliloquy

City for Conquest (1940)

Sidewalks of New York (Soliloquy 3)0:05:44 - Old-timer talks to a stone carverbluesy | child | conversing | establish character | love | old man | romantic | sentimental | soliloquy | street | worker

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem1:32:01 - Orchestra playing in a concert hallaudience | bluesy | bold | Carnegie Hall | concert | concert hall | concert scene | conducting | conductor | double exposure | dramatic | Dutch angle | listening | musician | orchestra | playing | romantic | sentimental | source music | watching
Crime School (1938)Sue0:00:37 - Mugshots of main charactersblues | bluesy | main title | mode mixture | mug shot | opening title sequence | parallelism | starring list

Crime School (1938)

Sue (Quasi Blues)0:11:08 - Sue talks to Frankiebluesy | chromatic parallelism | common-chord modulation | conversing | crying | establish character | foreign key modulation | Gershwinesque | heroine | leading lady | room | somber

Crime School (1938)

Gangster Blues (End Title)1:24:33 - Cast listbluesy | closing credits | end title sequence | not by Steiner | upbeat

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
Dust Be My Destiny (1939)Dust Be My Destiny (Opening B)0:00:49 - Cast list9th chord | augmented sixth chord | blues | bluesy | cast list | dust | main title | mode mixture | opening title sequence
Flamingo Road (1949)Flamingo Road0:00:18 - Book cover for Flamingo Roadblues | bluesy | book cover | cast list | establish setting | Gershwinesque | mode mixture | parallelism | self-borrowing | title of film

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)

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)

Flamingo Road (Bluesy)0:55:00 - Dan buys some cold drinks9th chord | altered dominant | bluesy | flirting | foreshadowing | leading lady | leading man | love interest | love scene | mode mixture | parallelism | politician | porch | self-borrowing

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
Key Largo (1948)Gaye0:52:06 - Gaye awkwardly walks past Roccoawkward | bluesy | boss | develop character | gangster | hotel | jazz | moll | sultry | walking

Key Largo (1948)

Gaye Pours a Drink0:52:16 - Gaye pours herself a drinkalcohol | bluesy | boss | develop character | gangster | hotel | jazzy | moll | obsessive | pouring | shaking | sultry

Key Largo (1948)

Moanin’ Low0:56:55 - Gaye sings "Moanin' Low"awkward | blues | bluesy | boss | develop character | father | gangster | hostage | hotel | leading lady | leading man | moll | nervous | on-screen music | singer | singing | source music

Key Largo (1948)

Moanin’ Low (Quasi Appassionato)0:58:38 - McCloud gets a drink for Gayealcohol | bluesy | boss | crying | develop character | familiar tune | father | gangster | helping | hostage | hotel | leading lady | leading man | moll | somber | source to score
Is My Face Red? (1932)Cute!0:01:58 - Gossip column about a gambleraltered dominant | bluesy | conversing | establish setting | gossip | newspaper | parallelism | sultry | transcribed by ear | whole-tone
State’s Attorney (1932)Transition0:00:20 - Title and starring listblues | bluesy | fanfare | Gershwinesque | opening title sequence | starring list | title of film | transcribed by ear

State’s Attorney (1932)

Blues0:00:29 - Title and starring list, cast listaltered dominant | blue note | blues | bluesy | cast list | Gershwinesque | opening title sequence | starring list | title of film | transcribed by ear

State’s Attorney (1932)

Blues (Double Time)0:01:04 - Cast listblue note | blues | bluesy | cast list | diminution | exciting | Gershwinesque | opening title sequence | parallelism | starring list | title of film | transcribed by ear

State’s Attorney (1932)

Bluesy Transition0:01:15 - Black screenblues | bluesy | exciting | Gershwinesque | opening title sequence | pedal tone | transcribed by ear

State’s Attorney (1932)

Blues (The End)1:18:41 - The Endblue note | blues | bluesy | end title sequence | Gershwinesque | The End | transcribed by ear