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16 results for "scored source music" in 9 films — see also score to source | simulated source music | source and scoring overlap | source music | source to score

FilmTheme nameInstanceTags
All This, and Heaven Too (1940)Lullaby0:35:08 - Henriette sings a lullabyadvance plot | calm | caring | child | duke | gentle | governess | illness | leading lady | leading man | lullaby | room | scored source music | singing

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Lullaby0:35:39 - Henriette sings a lullabyadvance plot | calm | caring | child | duke | gentle | governess | illness | leading lady | leading man | lullaby | room | scored source music | singing

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Loti's Song1:24:31 - Apples roasting on a fire9th chord | child | chromatic mediant | chromatic parallelism | chromatic scale | cooking | create suspense | dissonant bass | forest | governess | leading lady | linear chromaticism | old man | pedal tone | scary | scored source music | singer | singing | split-third chord | spooky
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)How Dry I Am0:20:16 - People in a hotel lobbyadvance plot | dark | gangster | lobby | mysterious | on-screen music | scored source music | whistling
Are These Our Children? (1931)Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Dream Sequence)0:20:51 - Eddie dreamsadvance plot | augmented sixth chord | cheerful | double exposure | dreaming | dream sequence | eating | fragmentation | half-diminished 7th chord | humming | leading man | room | scored source music | sequence | source music
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)Here Comes the Bride (Elaine Whistles)0:23:44 - Elaine whistles out of her windowagitated | bride | cheerful | chromatic scale | dark | diminished 7th chord | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | room | scored source music | source music | turning point | whistling
Dust Be My Destiny (1939)Whistling0:45:44 - Joe whistles as he walks64 chord | cheerful | chromatic mediant | deceptive resolution | foreign key modulation | leading man | on-screen music | scored source music | source music | street | traveling scene | whistling

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Whistling (Suspenseful)0:46:25 - Mabel looks out the windowanxious | cheerful | concerned | create suspense | harmonic sequence | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | police | polytonality | room | scored source music | source music | whistling
Mildred Pierce (1945)Work (Singing Lesson)0:37:17 - Veda singsadded-note chord | child | double exposure | heroine | leading lady | montage | on-screen music | room | scored source music | self-borrowing | singing | upbeat | voice-over | working

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Mazurka in B-Flat Major (Tense)0:38:47 - Veda plays a Chopin Mazurkaarguing | child | classical music | common-tone diminished 7th | conflict | familiar tune | half-diminished 7th chord | heroine | leading lady | on-screen music | playing | quotation | room | scored source music | source music | tense | upbeat | waltz

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Mazurka in B-Flat Major + MildredNIF - not in filmadded-note chord | classical music | combination of themes | cut from film | familiar tune | on-screen music | scored source music | source music | three-phrase period
We Are Not Alone (1939)Surprise Symphony (Theme and Variations)0:02:37 - David enters his homeaugmented triad | classical music | deceptive resolution | establish character | familiar tune | Haydn | hero | home | playful | quotation | scored source music | source music | street | whistling
Without Honor (1949)Good Humor Truck + Underscoring (Tense)0:37:46 - Jane runs to the road | action scene | combination of themes | escaping | hiding | ice cream truck | leading lady | running | scored source music | source music | street | tense | underscoring
The Most Dangerous Game (1932)The Iron Door (Horn Call)0:48:50 - Zaroff blows his hunting hornaction scene | count | dark | horn | horn call | jungle | leading lady | leading man | playing | scored source music | score to source | source music | tense | victim | villain

The Most Dangerous Game (1932)

The Chase (Tremolo) + The Iron Door (Horn Call)0:49:40 - The Count blows his hunting hornchase scene | chasing | combination of themes | count | dog | dramatic | fog | horn | jungle | leading lady | leading man | playing | running | scored source music | score to source | servant | source music | tense | victim | villain

The Most Dangerous Game (1932)

The Chase (Tense) + The Iron Door (Horn Call)0:50:16 - Bob and Eve in the waterbarking | chase scene | chasing | combination of themes | dog | dramatic | fog | jungle | leading lady | leading man | running | scored source music | servant | source music | stumbling | tense | victim