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45 results for "common-chord modulation" — see also modulation

FilmTheme nameInstanceTags
Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)The Gangster (Maestoso)0:08:07 - Discharge papers from the penitentiarycommon-chord modulation | common-tone diminished 7th | ledger | main title | marching | mickey-mousing | montage | prison | prisoner | serious | solemn | transition | writing

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)

Sanctus (Mysterioso)1:05:33 - Jerry looks at note from Rockyadvance plot | charity | classical music | common-chord modulation | friendship | leading man | letter | mode mixture | money | mysterious | pedal tone | priest | room | sacred | source to score | thinking

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Pleading1:11:08 - Laury pleads for Rocky9th chord | advance plot | appoggiatura | circle of fifths | common-chord modulation | crying | leading lady | leading man | love interest | pleading | priest | room | somber
Are These Our Children? (1931)Dreams B0:01:33 - Two young people in lovecommon-chord modulation | common-tone diminished 7th | conductor score | conversing | establish character | gentle | leading lady | leading man | lovers | love scene | snuggling | street

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Marcia Maestoso)0:08:58 - Eddie dreamsapplauding | common-chord modulation | double exposure | dreaming | dream sequence | fragmentation | leading man | meter change | montage | reciting | thematic transformation | transcribed by ear | triumphant

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Newspaper Montage)0:45:04 - Newspaper headlinesaugmentation | comforting | common-chord modulation | crying | double exposure | grandmother | headline | love interest | mickey-mousing | montage | newspaper | room | somber | spinning

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Lascia ch’io piangaNIF - not in filmABA structure | classical music | common-chord modulation | cut from film | da capo | solemn | ternary form

Are These Our Children? (1931)

FoxtrotNIF - not in filmAABA structure | common-chord modulation | cut from film | happy | plagal cadence | sentence form | ternary form
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
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
Dust Be My Destiny (1939)Here Comes the Bride (Advertisement)0:31:07 - A marquee advertising "Marriage on Stage Tonite"common-chord modulation | crowd | familiar tune | foreign key modulation | happy | love scene | marriage | street | theater

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

My Wild Irish Rose0:40:51 - Joe and Mabel in Nick's Dineraccompanied source music | altered dominant | common-chord modulation | diner | establish character | familiar tune | friend | happy | leading lady | leading man | mode mixture | parallel double period | popular song | radio | shopkeeper | singing | source music | ternary form
Flamingo Road (1949)Flamingo Road (Chapter One)0:00:54 - Chapter one from Flamingo Roadchromatic mediant | common-chord modulation | establish setting | gentle | mode mixture | self-borrowing | street | voice-over

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)

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)

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
The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)Lullaby0:00:09 - Starring cast listAABA structure | calm | cast list | common-chord modulation | lullaby | opening title sequence | pleasant | starring list | title of film

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Kuckuck, Kuckuck0:03:43 - An old car drives bycheerful | child | children's song | common-chord modulation | dancing | establish setting | establish time | park | playing

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Semper Fidelis0:30:32 - A march is played outsideadvance plot | celebrating | cheering | child | common-chord modulation | conversing | crowd | gossiper | leading lady | leading man | march | patriotic tune | politician | source music | spouse | street | upbeat

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby (Not in Score)0:32:18 - Vergie and John look at a baby pictureAABA structure | calm | common-chord modulation | conversing | cuddling | leading lady | leading man | love interest | love scene | lullaby | peaceful | room | score to source | secret love | transcribed by ear

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)

Darktown Strutters’ Ball0:40:06 - Sadie and Mike in a baradvance plot | business man | club | common-chord modulation | conversing | friend | love interest | plotting | ragtime | source music | upbeat

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby (Solo Violin)0:52:06 - Vergie gets a ribbon for Joanadvance plot | child | common-chord modulation | conversing | daughter | fragmentation | gentle | leading lady | mother | reunion | secret | shop

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)

Here Comes the Bride1:00:46 - Joan and Ranny talk about marriagecommon-chord modulation | conversing | daughter | familiar tune | gentle | love interest | love scene | peaceful | proposal | proposing | romantic | room | transcribed by ear

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)

A Boy and a Girl1:07:00 - John and Vergie listen to the radioadvance plot | altered dominant | common-chord modulation | conversing | leading lady | leading man | listening | room | secret lover | sentimental | simulated source music | source to score | transcribed by ear

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby (Dolce)1:08:00 - Vergie talks with John9th chord | advance plot | common-chord modulation | conversing | leading lady | leading man | room | score to source | secret lover | tender

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
Rockabye (1932)Run-Around0:52:45 - Montage of Broadway scenescommon-chord modulation | dominant pedal | montage | self-borrowing | theater | upbeat
We Are Not Alone (1939)Max Steiner0:00:53 - Max Steiner's nameaugmented sixth chord | bold | cast list | common-chord modulation | deceptive resolution | foreign key modulation | main title | opening title sequence

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Frohe Botschaft (Somber)0:38:52 - Leni reacts9th chord | antagonist | common-chord modulation | conflict | conversing | evaded cadence | familiar tune | folk song | garden | German | heroine | mode mixture | quotation | sentimental | sigh gesture | somber

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Triste0:50:45 - David talks to Leniadvance plot | common-chord modulation | conversing | gentle | hero | heroine | home | room | sad

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Frohe Botschaft (Death Sentence)1:33:07 - The judge sentences David and Leni to death9th chord | common-chord modulation | conflict | courtroom | courtroom scene | crowd | dark | familiar tune | folk song | German | quotation | reverse picardy | sentencing | verdict
Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)Bide-More Alma Mater0:00:46 - Cast list and prison signcast list | cheerful | common-chord modulation | common-tone diminished 7th | countermelody | establish place | opening title sequence | transcribed by ear | upbeat
Is My Face Red? (1932)Burlesque0:13:10 - Backstage at a Broadway showABAC structure | advance plot | arguing | Broadway | burlesque | cheerful | common-chord modulation | dancer | leading man | pedal tone | plagal cadence | popular music | source music | stage | transcribed by ear
Men of America (1932)Cimarron C0:01:08 - Smokey Joe fights the Indiansambush | common-chord modulation | cowboy | establish character | establish setting | fanfare | gun | gunshot | horse | Indian | leading man | noble | parallel double period | prairie | riding | self-borrowing | shooting | stagecoach | title card | transcribed by ear
The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)Transgression0:18:54 - Ms. Wren descends the staircase9th chord | AABA structure | advance plot | arriving | common-chord modulation | conversing | party | radio | romantic | self-borrowing | transcribed by ear

The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)

Lady0:20:17 - People talk at a party9th chord | AAB structure | advance plot | common-chord modulation | conversing | dinner | party | peaceful | radio | sequence | transcribed by ear

The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)

Cimarron Theme0:23:24 - Two people look at some portraitsAABC structure | advance plot | common-chord modulation | conversing | peaceful | portrait | room | self-borrowing | transcribed by ear
Thirteen Women (1932)Thirteen Women0:00:34 - Cast list on the pages of a bookbook | cast list | common-chord modulation | funeral march | funereal | harmonic sequence | opening title sequence | relative key | somber | title of film | transcribed by ear

Thirteen Women (1932)

Thirteen Women (Destiny)0:07:52 - Ursula talks to the swamiantagonist | common-chord modulation | conversing | destiny | establish character | fortune teller | harmonic sequence | leading lady | predicting | relative key | room | somber | swami | transcribed by ear