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27 results for "self-borrowing" — see also quotation

FilmTheme nameInstanceTags
Mildred Pierce (1945)Bert0:20:18 - Bert comes homearriving | cooking | establish character | flashback | gentle | heroine | husband | leading lady | room | self-borrowing | street
Secrets of the French Police (1932)Beau Ideal0:00:15 - A newspaper is opened to a detective storycast list | march | newspaper | opening title sequence | self-borrowing | upbeat

Secrets of the French Police (1932)

La Marseillaise0:00:30 - The title of the film, superimposed on a newspaper illustrationfamiliar tune | France | newspaper | opening title sequence | patriotic | patriotic tune | self-borrowing | title of film

Secrets of the French Police (1932)

You're In the Army Now0:00:35 - The title of the filmfamiliar tune | newspaper | opening title sequence | patriotic | patriotic tune | self-borrowing | title of film

Secrets of the French Police (1932)

Drumroll0:00:38 - The title of the filmdrumroll | newspaper | opening title sequence | patriotic | self-borrowing | title of film

Secrets of the French Police (1932)

Page turn0:00:44 - The page turns and the cast list is revealedcast list | mickey-mousing | newspaper | opening title sequence | page turn | romantic | self-borrowing | turning

Secrets of the French Police (1932)

Romance0:00:46 - Cast listcast list | hemiola | newspaper | opening title sequence | page turn | romantic | self-borrowing

Secrets of the French Police (1932)

Serenade0:56:57 - The End and Cast of Charactersclosing credits | end title sequence | mode mixture | self-borrowing | The End | upbeat
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)

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
Each Dawn I Die (1939)On the Make1:31:02 - Closing creditsclosing credits | end title sequence | jaunty | self-borrowing
Before Dawn (1933)Before Dawn A0:00:15 - Title over the image of hands grasping moneycoin | dark | diminished 7th chord | double exposure | grabbing | hand | money | mysterious | opening title sequence | self-borrowing | title of film | transcribed by ear

Before Dawn (1933)

Before Dawn B0:00:32 - Title and Cast list over a skullcast list | diminished 7th chord | double exposure | mysterious | opening title sequence | self-borrowing | sequence | skull | transcribed by ear

Before Dawn (1933)

Before Dawn C0:00:44 - Cast list over walking feetcast list | double exposure | Lydian mode | mysterious | opening title sequence | parallelism | self-borrowing | transcribed by ear | walking
Transgression (1931)There’s a Sob in My Heart (Ballroom)0:28:18 - Robert arrives at the partyAABA structure | advance plot | augmented sixth chord | calm | club | conversing | dancing | husband | leading lady | self-borrowing | sophisticated | source music
Three Who Loved (1931)Love Dream1:03:22 - The Endappoggiatura | end title sequence | self-borrowing | The End | transcribed by ear | triumphant
Ladies of the Jury (1932)There’s a Sob in My Heart (Radio)0:45:27 - Jurors deliberateAABA structure | advance plot | conversing | dancing | juror | jury room | leading lady | radio | self-borrowing | sentimental | source music
The Roadhouse Murder (1932)Lady With a Past Fox Trot0:35:34 - Chick and Mary talkingAABA structure | cheerful | conversing | dancing | diner | girlfriend | leading lady | leading man | love scene | on-screen music | reporter | romantic | self-borrowing | source music

The Roadhouse Murder (1932)

Lady1:12:12 - End titlescommon-tone diminished 7th | end title sequence | mode mixture | self-borrowing | sentimental | The End
Thirteen Women (1932)Serenade0:28:11 - Jo plays the pianoadvance plot | calm | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | friend | gentle | on-screen music | piano | playing | room | secondary dominant | self-borrowing | sentence form | source music | transcribed by ear
Men of America (1932)Cimarron A0:00:14 - Title of film and starring listAmerican Indian music | bold | establish setting | fanfare | menacing | minor pentatonic | open fifth | opening title sequence | self-borrowing | starring list | title of film | transcribed by ear

Men of America (1932)

Cimarron B0:00:43 - Cast listcast list | folk song | opening title sequence | self-borrowing | transcribed by ear | upbeat

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

Men of America (1932)

Cimarron B (Transition)0:02:19 - Smokey Joe fights the Indiansambush | chromatic mediant | cowboy | dramatic | establish character | establish setting | fragmentation | gun | gunshot | horse | Indian | leading man | prairie | riding | self-borrowing | shooting | stagecoach | tense | title card | transcribed by ear

Men of America (1932)

Hey! Hey!0:26:27 - Man turns on car radioadvance plot | car | criminal | listening | mode mixture | radio | self-borrowing | source music | upbeat

Men of America (1932)

Lady with a Past Fox Trot0:56:42 - The Endend title sequence | mode mixture | self-borrowing | The End | transcribed by ear | triumphant
Penguin Pool Murder (1932)Run Around1:01:51 - The End9th chord | altered dominant | end title sequence | mode mixture | self-borrowing | The End | transcribed by ear | upbeat