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This is a cross reference of TITLES of musical compositions used as Old-Time Radio THEMEs in the U.S., the SERIES on which they were used, and the names of COMPOSERS where known.

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THEME TITLE [if known] in Alphabetical Order

SERIES TITLE

COMPOSER(s) [if known]


 
Abbott and Costello Opening
   by: Alfred ["Al"] Goodman

Theme 4 for: Abbott and Costello Show, The

 
About A Quarter To Nine [from the 1935 Al Jolson film "Go Into Your Dance"]
   by: Harry Warren (m); Al Dubin (w)

Open Theme 3 for: Shell Chateau, The (with Al Jolson)

 
Across The Sea (1919)
   by: Ernest K. Kaai; Johnny Noble; Ray Kinney

Signature Theme on various shows for: Ray Kinney [big band shows]

 
Adagio Theme (3rd Mvt.) from Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 27
   by: Sergei Rachmaninoff

Theme for: Author's Playhouse

 
Adventure [aka: Dangerous Assignment Theme]
   by: George Basil ["Buzz"] Adlam

Theme for: Dangerous Assignment

 
Adventure Parade Fanfare
   by: John Marion Gart

Opening Fanfare for: Adventure Parade [children's show with John Drake]

 
Adventure Parade Theme [aka: "Adventure On Parade"]
   by: John Marion Gart

Theme for: Adventure Parade [children's show with John Drake]

 
Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life (The Dream Melody)
   by: Victor Herbert (m); Rida Johnson Young (w)

Alt. Theme Title for: Lavender and Old Lace

 
Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life [from "Naughty Marietta"]
   by: Victor Herbert (m); Rida Johnson Young (w)

Theme 1 for: Bachelor's Children

 
Aldrich Sub-Theme
   by: Charles F. Paul

Secondary Theme for: Aldrich Family, The

 
Alexander's Ragtime Band
   by: Irving Berlin

Sponsor Billboard Theme for: Young Doctor [Dr.] Malone [Crisco sponsorship]

 
Alice Blue Gown [from the 1919 musical "Irene"]
   by: Harry A. Tierney (m); Joseph McCarthy (w)

Theme for: Girl Who Lives Next Door, The

 
All The World's A Wonderland [aka: "Aldrich Theme"]
   by: Jack Miller (pseudonym of Nelson Cogane)

Theme 3 for: Aldrich Family, The

 
Allegretto, from "Fairy Tale" (Maerchen und Volksliedchen, Opus 135, No. 2)(1910)[aka: "Fairy Tales (Maerchen)"]
   by: Karel Komzak II

Theme 1 (instrumental) for: Let's Pretend

 
Allegretto, from "Fairy Tale" (Opus 135, No. 2)
   by: Karel Komzak II

Theme for: Helen and Mary, The Adventures of [predecessor to "Let's Pretend"]

CBS, 1929 - 1934

 
Alma Mater (We Love You Well) (1938)
   by: Norman Cloutier (wm); Vaughn de Leath (wm)

Theme for: All-American College Show, The

 
Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee)
   by: Queen Lydia Lili`uokalani (of Hawaii)

Close Theme for: Hawaii Calls

 
Alt-Wien, Nr. 11 fur Klavier, fr. "Triakontameron" [Old Vienna, No. 11 for Piano, from "30 Moods and Scenes in Triple Meter"] (1919)
   by: Leopold Godowsky

Theme 2 for: Bright Horizon

 
Always and Always [from the 1937 film "Mannequin"]
   by: Edward Ward (m); Robert B. Wright (w); Chet Forrest (w)

Theme 1 for: Baby Snooks / Good News

 

Theme 1 for: Good News (of 1938-40)

 
Am I To Blame? (1930)
   by: Victor Young (m); M. Neumann (m); Gus Kahn (w); Richard Himber (w)

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Richard Himber [orchestra shows]

 
Amazing Mr. Tutt Theme, The
   by: Marlin H. Skiles

Theme for: Amazing Mr. Tutt, The

 
Ambushes Everywhere
   by: [composer under investigation]

Theme for: Terry and the Pirates

 
American Hymn (Of Liberty), The
   by: William Wirges (??)

Open Theme for: Hour of Charm, The

 
American Patrol [adaptation title: "We Must Be Vigilant", from the 1942 film "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"]
   by: Frank W. Meacham (m); Joseph A. Burke (music adapter); Edgar Leslie (words)

Alternate Title, Close Theme for: Hour of Charm, The

 
Anchors Aweigh
   by: Charles A. Zimmerman (m); Alfred Hart Miles (w); R. Lovell (w)

Theme for: Now Hear This

 
Andante Cantabile, First Movement Theme from the "Pathetique" Symphony No. 6 in B minor (Opus 74) [popular title: "The Story of a Starry Night"]
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky; Joseph Carl Breil (adapter/arranger)

Theme for: Arnold Grimm's Daughter

 
Andante Cantabile, First Movement Theme from the "Pathetique" Symphony No. 6 in B minor (Opus 74) [popular title: "The Story of a Starry Night"]
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky

Theme for: Ellen Randolph

 
Andante Cantabile, First Movement Theme from the "Pathetique" Symphony No. 6 in B minor (Opus 74) [popular title: "The Story of a Starry Night"]
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky; Joseph Carl Breil (adapter/arranger)

Theme for: Road of Life, The

 
Andante Religioso (1897)
   by: Francois-Luc J. Thome

Theme for: Hymns Of All Churches

 
Angel's Serenade
   by: Gaetano Braga

Theme 2, from 1943-66 for: Amos 'n' Andy

 
Any Bonds Today?
   by: Irving Berlin

Theme for: Treasury Star Parade

 
Anyone Can Dream
   by: Joseph J. Lilley (m); Mack David (w)

Theme for: Bickersons, The

 

Signature Theme on various shows for: Don Ameche

 
Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better) [from the 1946 musical "Annie Get Your Gun"]
   by: Irving Berlin

Theme for: Chez Show, The [with Mike Wallace]

 
Aphrodite [& Aphrodite Waltz] (from the 1919 musical production "Aphrodite")
   by: Anselm Goetzl (m); John Gart (arr.)

Theme 1 (1937-47, on NBC) for: Guiding Light, The

 
Aphrodite [& Aphrodite Waltz] (from the 1919 musical production "Aphrodite")
   by: Anselm Goetzl

Theme 2 for: Today's Children

 
April Showers (from the 1921 musical "Bombo")
   by: Louis Silvers; B. G. ["Buddy"] DeSylva

Closing Theme for: Al Jolson Show, The

 
April Showers [from the 1921 musical "Bombo" starring Al Jolson ]
   by: Louis Silvers (m); Buddy G. De Sylva (w)

Theme for: Lifebuoy-Rinso Program, The [aka: "Tuesday Night Party", with Al Jolson]

 
April Showers [from the 1921 musical "Bombo"]
   by: Louis Silvers (m); Buddy G. De Sylva (w)

Theme 5 (1947 - 49) for: Kraft Music Hall, The [with Al Jolson]

 
Apurksody
   by: Gene Krupa; Chappie Willet

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Gene Krupa [big band shows]

 
Arch of Light
   by: Alexander Laszlo

Open Theme 7 for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
Arkansas Traveller, The
   by: Traditional U.S. Folk Song

Theme 1 for: Bob Burns Show, The

 
Armour Theme Song, The
   by: Kenneth ["Kenn"] Sisson

Theme 1 for: Phil Baker Show, The

 
Artistry In Rhythm
   by: Stan Kenton

Signature Theme on various shows for: Stan Kenton [big band shows]

 
As Time Goes By
   by: Herman Hupfeld

Theme for: Exploring Tomorrow

 
Ase's Death, from the "Peer Gynt Suite"
   by: Edvard Grieg

Theme for: Famous Jury Trials

 
At Dawning, I Love You
   by: Charles Wakefield Cadman (m); Nelle Richmond Eberhart (w)

Theme 1 for: Brighter Day, The

 
At The Sign Of The Green And White
   by: David Mendoza (m); Robert A. Simon (w)

Theme for: Quaker State Motor Oil Program, The

 
Au Matin (In the Morning) [from "Morceaux De Salon Choisis"](Op.83)
   by: Benjamin Louis Godard

Theme for: Pepper Young's Family

 
Au Revoir, Pleasant Dreams
   by: Jack Meskill; Jean Schwartz

Close Theme for: Ben Bernie

 
Auld Lang Syne
   by: Traditional Scottish Air w/words by Robert Burns

Theme 1 for: Between The Book Ends

 
Auld Lang Syne
   by: Traditional Scottish Air from the early 18th century; words by Scottish poet Robert Burns

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Guy Lombardo [orchestra shows]

 
Autumn Nocturne
   by: Josef Myrow (m); Kim Gannon (w)

Theme 4 for: Today's Children

 
Avalon [from the 1920 musical "Sinbad"]
   by: Vincent Rose; Al Jolson

Theme for: Avalon Time

 

Signature Theme 5 on various shows for: Guy Lombardo [orchestra shows]

 
Babbie Waltzes, The [from the play, "The Little Minister"] (1897)
   by: William Fuerst

Theme for: Ponds Players, The

 
Baby Shoes (1916)
   by: Joe Goodwin; Ed Rose; Al Piantadosi

Theme 1 for: Baby Rose Marie

 
Back In The Saddle Again (1940)
   by: Ray Whitley; Gene Autry

Theme 2 for: Melody Ranch (with Gene Autry)

 
Band of America March, The
   by: Paul Lavalle

Theme 1 for: Cities Service Band Of America, The

NBC, 1948 - 1956

 
Band Played On, The (1926)
   by: John F. Palmer; Charles B. Ward

Theme 2 for: Gay Nineties Revue, The [with Joe Howard]

 
Barbasol, Barbasol [jingle set to the air: Tammany]
   by: based upon the old English air "Tammany" Traditional

Theme 1 for: Singin' Sam (the Barbasol Man)

 
Barron's Theme, The
   by: Gustave W. ["Gus"] Haenschen

Theme for: Barron, The

 
Bartons, The
   by: Don Marcotte

Theme 1 for: Bartons, The / Bud Barton / Story of Bud Barton

 
Basin Street Blues
   by: Spencer Williams

Theme for: Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street

 
Be Happy, Go Lucky [Lucky Strike Jingle]
   by: Raymond Scott (pseudonym of Harry Warnow)

Lucky Strike Open Theme for: Jack Benny Program, The

 

Open Theme 3 for: Your Lucky Strike Hit Parade [aka: "Your Hit Parade"]

 
Beautiful Dreamer
   by: Stephen C. Foster

Theme 1 for: Arthur Godfrey Time

 
Beautiful Lady
   by: Leo Arnaud

Theme for: Mary Margaret McBride

 

Theme 2 for: Woodbury Soap Program, The

 
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms
   by: Irish Air: "My Lodging Is In the Cold Ground" (m); Thomas Moore (w)

Theme for: Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories

 
Bell Waltz, The [aka: Bell Telephone Waltz][vocal title: Music of Love]
   by: Donald David Voorhees

Theme for: Telephone Hour, The

 
Beside An Open Fireplace
   by: Will Osborne; Paul Denniker

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Will Osborne Orchestra, The

 
Between The Book Ends (1937)
   by: Ann Leaf (m); Ted Malone (w)

Theme 2 for: Between The Book Ends

 
Bewitched [aka: "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered", from the 1941 musical "Pal Joey"]
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Theme for: Mister [Mr.] Aladdin

 
Beyond The Blue Horizon [from the 1930 film "Monte Carlo"]
   by: Richard Whiting (m); W. Franke Harling (m); Leo Robin (w)

Theme 2 for: Lorenzo Jones

 
Big Boy
   by: Jack Meakin (m); Foster Carling (w)

Theme 2, circa 1945-52 for: Great Gildersleeve, The

NBC

 
Big City Serenade, A
   by: Don Marcotte

Theme for: Big City Serenade

1951 - 53

 
Big Show, The [from the 1918 musical "Head Over Heels"]
   by: Jerome Kern

Theme 1 for: Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy Show [Chase and Sanborn]

 
Big Story Theme, The
   by: Wladimir Selinsky

Theme Medley, Part 1 for: Big Story, The

 
Billboard March, The (1901)
   by: John N. Klohr

Theme 1 for: Club Matinee

 
Bless This House (1932)
   by: Helen Taylor; Maye H. Brahe

Close Theme for: Prudential Family Hour, The

 
Blossoms
   by: Alexander Albert Avola

Signature Theme on various shows for: Tony Pastor [big band shows]

 
Blue Flame
   by: Joseph ("Joe") Bishop (m); James Noble (m); Leo Corday (w)

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Woody Herman [big band shows]

 
Blue Moon
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Theme for: Hollywood Hotel [with Louella Parsons]

 
Blue Prelude
   by: Joseph ("Joe") Bishop; Gordon Jenkins

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Woody Herman [big band shows]

 
Blue Rey
   by: Kenneth Farrar

Signature Open Theme on various shows for: Alvino Rey [orchestra shows]

 
Blue Shadows On The Trail
   by: Eliot Daniel; Johnny Lange

Theme 1 for: Sons of the Pioneers, The [vocal group shows]

 
Blues Serenade, A
   by: Frank Signorelli; Mitchell Parish; Jimmy Lytell; Vincent Grande

Signature Theme on various shows for: Henry King [big band shows]

 
Body And Soul
   by: Johnny Green (m); Edward Heyman (w); Robert Sour (w); Frank Eyton (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Coleman Hawkins [big band shows]

 
Bold Venture Original Theme
   by: David D. Rose

Theme for: Bold Venture

 
Boothill (Signature)
   by: Rex Koury

Act Opener for: Gunsmoke

 
Boston Blackie
   by: Lew White

Theme for: Boston Blackie

 
Boston Tea Party, The
   by: Frank Ryerson

Signature Theme on various shows for: Mal Hallet [big band shows]

 
Bows and Strings [aka: My Little Margie Theme], from the "Structural Music" library
   by: Alexander Laszlo

Main & End Theme 2 for: My Little Margie

 
Box 13
   by: Rudy Schrager

Theme for: Box 13 [produced by and starring Alan Ladd]

Syndicated (1948)

 
Brahms' Lullaby (Wiegenlied) Opus 49, No. 4
   by: Johannes Brahms

Theme 2 for: Bachelor's Children

 

Theme for: Hilltop House

 
Break The Bank Theme
   by: Peter Van Steeden Jr.

Theme 2 for: Break The Bank

 
Breakfast Club Adjourns
   by: Walter Blaufuss; Buddy Bernier

Closing Theme for: Breakfast Club with Don McNeill, The

 
Breakfast Club Makes Life Easier
   by: Leroy Shield (m); Donald T. McNeill (w)

Open Song 5 for: Breakfast Club with Don McNeill, The

 
Breakfast Club Theme 4 or 2
   by: Edward D. ("Eddie") Ballentine

Open Song 2 for: Breakfast Club with Don McNeill, The

 
Breakfast Club Theme No. 3
   by: Walter Blaufuss

Open Song 3 for: Breakfast Club with Don McNeill, The

 
Breezin' Along With The Breeze (1926)
   by: Richard Whiting; Haven Gillespie; Seymour Simons

Theme for: Lou Breese Orchestra, The [aka: "The Sheaffer Parade"]

 
Breezing Along With The Breeze
   by: Richard Whiting; Haven Gillespie; Seymour B. Simons

Theme for: Fred Waring [music shows featuring his Chorus]

 
Bright Horizon
   by: John Marion Gart; Tot Seymour

Theme 3 for: Bright Horizon

 
Bright On The Corner
   by: [unknown]

Theme 1 for: Silver Dust Twins [Goldy and Dusty, aka: "The Gold Dust Twins"]

 
Brighter Tomorrow, A
   by: John Marion Gart

Theme 1 for: Brighter Tomorrow, A/The Gabriel Heatter Show

 
Brooks Theme [aka: Our Miss Brooks Theme]
   by: Wilbur Hatch

Theme for: Our Miss Brooks

 
Brutal Regiment, a B-movie cue adapted for the MUTEL Music Service as "Dramatic Main Title #1 (MT 14)" [aka: Q 12-2: THEME No. 2 Long Version (Dramatic-Full), in the Capitol "Q" Series library]
   by: Herschel Burke Gilbert (m); Joseph Mullendore (adapter)

Theme 3 (circa 1950) for: True Detective

 
Bubbles In The Wine
   by: Robert ("Bob") Calame; Frank Loesser; Lawrence Welk

Signature Theme on various shows for: Lawrence Welk [orchestra shows]

 
Bye-Lo-Bye Lullaby
   by: Terry Shand; Jason Matthews

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Freddie Martin [orchestra shows]

 
Ca C'est Paris
   by: Lucien Jean Boyer; Jacques Charles; Jose Padilla-Sanchez

Theme for: Evening In Paris, An

 
California Melodies
   by: David D. Rose

Theme for: California Melodies (with David Rose and his Orchestra)

 
California, Here I Come (from the 1924 Broadway Musical "Bombo")
   by: Buddy G. De Sylva; Joseph Meyer; Al Jolson

Primary Theme for: George Jessel Show, The

 
Camel Theme
   by: Freddie Rich

Theme 2 for: Abbott and Costello Show, The

 
Camel Theme [expanded arrangement]
   by: Freddie Rich (probably adapted/arranged by Wilbur Hatch??)

Theme for: Screen Guild Players/The Camel's Show [sponsor: Camel Cigarettes]

NBC, 1948

 
Camels -- Theme Song
   by: Robert Emmet Kelly

Theme 3 (circa 1948) for: Abbott and Costello Show, The

 
Campbells Are Coming, The
   by: Traditional Scottish Air

Theme 3 for: Burns and Allen

 
Campbells Are Coming, The
   by: Traditional Scotch Air

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Eddie Cantor

 
Candy
   by: Alex Kramer; Mack David; Joan Whitney;

Theme for: Candy Matson

 
Caprice Moderne
   by: Jerry Carretta

Signature Theme on various shows for: Lee Castle

 
Caprice Viennois
   by: Fritz Kreisler

Theme for: Moon River

 
Captain Midnight
   by: Don A. Ferris; Irving Friedman

Theme 2 for: Captain Midnight

 
Caress
   by: Percy Faith (m)

Theme for: Woolworth Hour, The (with conductor Percy Faith)

CBS, 1955 - 57

 
Casey Theme
   by: John Marion Gart

Theme 2 for: Casey, Crime Photographer/Flashgun Casey/Crime Photographer

 
Cavalcade of Bands Theme
   by: Jerome Brainin; Buddy Kaye

Theme for: Cavalcade of Bands

 
CBS Electric Theatre Theme
   by: Wladimir Selinsky

Theme for: CBS Electric Theatre

CBS, 1948-49

 
Cecile Waltz (1914)
   by: Frank W. McKee

Theme 1 for: Girl Alone, A

 
Champion Sparkers March
   by: Gustave ["Gus"] Haenschen

Theme for: Champion Spark Plug Hour, The

 
Chandu Theme
   by: Felix Mills

Theme for: Chandu, The Magician

 
Chanson Bohemien [aka: Chanson Bohemienne]
   by: Ray Carter; Jean Andre Balogh

Theme 3 for: Vic and Sade

 
Chant Of The Weed
   by: Don Redmond

Signature Theme on various shows for: Don Redmond [big band shows]

 
Charlie, My Boy
   by: Gus Kahn; Ted Fiorito

Open Theme 1 for: Spike Jones Show, The

 
Cheerio!
   by: Irving Fields

Theme 1 for: Girl Back Home, The

 
Cherokee (Indian Love Song)
   by: Ray Noble

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Charlie Barnet [big band shows]

 
Chicago
   by: Lew Pollack; Clare Sidney

Opening Medley, Part 1 for: Life With Luigi

 
Chicago Theatre of the Air Theme
   by: Adolf G. Hoffmann (m); Francis Coughlin (w)

Theme for: Chicago Theatre of the Air, The

Mutual (1940 - 1955)

 
Chicken Every Sunday Theme
   by: Henry Russell (professional name of Henry Russell Olson)

Theme for: Chicken Every Sunday

 
Chopsticks [aka: The Celebrated Chop Waltz]
   by: Arthur [pseudonym of Euphemia Allen] de Lulli

Theme for: Stoopnagle and Bud

 
Christopher Columbus
   by: Leon Berry (m); Andy Razaf (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Fletcher Henderson [big band shows]

 
Christopher Wells Theme
   by: Peter Van Steeden Jr.

Theme for: Christopher Wells, The Adventures of

 
Church-Mouse On A Spree (1936)
   by: Frankie Froeba

Signature Theme on various shows for: Milt Herth Trio, The

 
Cigarette, Sweet Music, and You, A
   by: Roy Ringwald

Open Theme for: Chesterfield Supper Club, The [with Perry Como]

 

Open Theme for: Chesterfield Time [with Fred Waring]

 
Cimarron [aka: "Cimarron (Roll On)"] (1942)
   by: Johnny Bond

Open Theme for: Jimmy Wakely Show, The

 
Cinnamon Bear, The
   by: Don Honrath (m); Glan Heisch (w)

Theme for: Cinnamon Bear, The

Syndicated (1937 - )

 
Ciribiribin
   by: Alberto Pestalozza (m); Harry James (adapter); Jack Lawrence (adapter); Rudolf Thaler (English words)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Harry James [big band shows]

 
Cisco Kid [Radio Theme], The
   by: Albert Glasser

Theme for: Cisco Kid, The

 
Cities Service March, The
   by: Rosario Bourdon

Theme for: Cities Service [Band] Concerts

NBC, 1927 - 1938

 
Cities Service Triumphal March, The
   by: Paul Lavalle

Theme 2 for: Cities Service Band Of America, The

NBC, 1948 - 1956

 
City Night [ASCAP & BMI title -- some sources call it: City Lights(??)]
   by: Alexander ["Alec"] Wilder (ASCAP/BMI); William Engvick (BMI); Truman Elliot ["Jack"] Jenney (ASCAP)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Jack Jenney [big band shows]

 
Clair de Lune [from the "Suite Bergamasque"]
   by: Claude Achille Debussy

Theme for: Family Hour, The

 

Theme 1 for: Major Bowes' Capitol Family

 

Bridge Music for: Moon River

 

Theme for: Poet's Gold

 

Theme for: Story of Mary Marlin, The

 
Clicquot March, The
   by: Harry F. Reser

Theme for: Clicquot Club Eskimos, The

 
Clock Theme
   by: Bernard Green

Theme 2 for: Clock, The

 
Clock, The
   by: John Gart

Theme 1 for: Clock, The

 
Club Matinee Theme
   by: Rex Maupin

Theme 3 for: Club Matinee

 
Clyde Beatty Circus March
   by: Albert Glasser

Theme for: Clyde Beatty Show, The

 
Coca-Cola Company Theme, The [aka: Coca-Cola Signature]
   by: Leonard Joy

Theme for: Coke Club, The [with Morton Downey]

 

Theme 3 for: Spike Jones Show, The [Coca-Cola Sponsorship]

 

Theme for: Spotlight Bands [aka: "Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands"]

 
Cocktails For Two [from the 1934 film "Murder at the Vanities"]
   by: Sam Coslow; Arthur Johnston; Spike Jones (comedy arr.)

Theme 2 for: Spike Jones Show, The

 
Colgate Jingle ["Use Tooth Powder Ev'ry Day, Brush Your Teeth The Colgate Way"]
   by: [composer unknown]

Opening Billboard for: Al Jolson Show, The

 
Colgate Shave Cream jingle [to the tune of "Mademoiselle from Armentieres"]
   by: Trad. WW I song: "Mademoiselle From Armentieres" aka "Hinky Dinky Parlez-Vous"

Theme for: Colgate Sports Newsreel, The [with Bill Stern]

 
Columbia, The Gem Of The Ocean
   by: David T. Shaw (m); Thomas A. Beckett (w)

Theme for: Don Winslow of the Navy

 
Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are [used in the 1944 film "Step Lively"]
   by: Jule Styne (m); Sammy Cahn (w)

Theme 2 for: Baby Rose Marie

 
Comin' Through The Rye
   by: Traditional Scottish Air

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Guy Lombardo [orchestra shows]

 
Comin' Through the Rye (When a Body Meets a Body)
   by: Traditional Scottish Air

Theme 1 for: Burns and Allen

 
Concerto for Piano, in A Minor (Op. 16), Theme from (1863)
   by: Edvard H. Grieg

Theme for: Action Theatre

 
Contented
   by: Don Bestor; Roy Turk

Theme for: Carnation Contented Hour, The

 
Contrasts
   by: Jimmy Dorsey

Signature Theme on various shows for: Jimmy Dorsey [big band shows]

 
Cool Water
   by: Bob Nolan

Theme 3 for: Sons of the Pioneers, The [vocal group shows]

 
Coronation March [La Marche du Sacre] from the opera "The Prophet" [Le Prophete]
   by: Giacomo Meyerbeer

Theme for: Tale Of Today, A

 
Cortege de Bacchus, from the Ballet "Sylvia"
   by: Leo Delibes

Theme for: Count of Monte Cristo, The

Don Lee 1944 - 1952

 
Could My Song On Wings Go Flying? (1942)
   by: Reynaldo Hahn (m); Victor Marie Hugo (French w); Roy Ringwald (Eng. w)

Theme 3 for: Bachelor's Children

 
Country Gardens [aka: "The Vicar of Bray"; aka: "The Quaker's Opera" (1728)]
   by: Traditional English air from the 18th Century

Theme for: Travels of Mary Ward, The

 
Cradle Song (1934)
   by: Carl Hoeffle

Thought For Tomorrow Segment Theme for: Household Hour, The [aka: "The Household Program"]

 

Theme for: Thought for Tomorrow, A [formerly a segment of "The Household Hour"]

 
Crazy People [from the 1932 film "The Big Broadcast"]
   by: James V. ["Jimmy"] Monaco; Edgar Leslie

Theme 2 for: Burns and Allen

 

Theme for: Cuckoo Hour, The [with Raymond Knight]

 
Cresta Blanca Theme (jingle)
   by: [unknown]

Billboard Theme for: Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players, The

 
Cresta Blanca Waltz
   by: Morton Gould

Theme for: Cresta Blanca Hollywood Players, The

 
Crime Classics Theme
   by: Bernard Herrmann

Theme for: Crime Classics

 
Crime Photographer Opening Theme
   by: Archie Bleyer

Theme 1 for: Casey, Crime Photographer/Flashgun Casey/Crime Photographer

 
Cuban Pete
   by: Jose Norman

Signature Theme on various shows for: Desi Arnaz [band shows]

 
Dance Of The Blue Devils
   by: Les Brown

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Les Brown [big band shows]

 
Dancing Sound, The
   by: Charles Albertine

Signature Theme on various shows for: Les Elgart [big band shows]

 
Danger Ahead (a motif used in the 1946 film "The Killers")
   by: Miklos Rozsa (m); Walter Schumann (adapter)

Opening Signature for: Dragnet

 
Danny Boy [Londonderry Air]
   by: Traditional Irish Air

Signature Theme on various shows for: Bobby Byrne [big band shows]

 
Darling Je Vous Aime Beaucoup
   by: Anna Sosenko

Theme for: Hildegarde's Raleigh Room

 
Darling Nellie Gray
   by: Benjamine R. Hanby

Open Theme for: Just Plain Bill

 
Day Dreams Come True At Night (1940)
   by: Dick Jurgens (m); Ralph Freed (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Dick Jurgens [big band shows]

 
Days Gone By
   by: Jack Meakin

Theme for: Jonathon Trimble, Esq.

Mutual, 1946

 
Dear Old Girl
   by: Theodore Morse; Richard Buck

Theme for: Aunt Mary

 
Dear One Good Night (radio title: Saying Adieu) (1931)
   by: Jimmie Gallagher; Bob Ellsworth; Jack Erickson

Signature Theme on various shows for: Jimmie Gallagher [vocalist]

 
Death Valley Days
   by: Joseph Bonime

Opening Bugle Call Signature for: Death Valley Days

 
December Bride Theme
   by: Eliot Daniel

Theme for: December Bride

 
Deep Forest
   by: Earl ("Fatha") Hines (m); Reginald Foresyth (m); Andy Razaf (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Earl "Fatha" Hines [big band shows]

 
Deep Purple
   by: Peter De Rose (m); Mitchell Parish (w)

Theme for: Parker Family, The

 
Deep Purple (1939) [instrumental version (1934)]
   by: Peter De Rose (m); Mitchell Parish (w)

Theme for: Breen and De Rose

 
Defense Attorney Theme
   by: Rex Koury

Theme for: Defense Attorney

 
Destiny (Valse Lente)(1912) [aka: "Destiny Waltz (What Do We Know of the Morrow?)"]
   by: Sydney Baynes (m); D. Eardley-Wilmot (w)

Theme 1 (4/29/1932 - 10/13/1940) for: One Man's Family

 
Diane [aka: "(I'm In Heaven When I See You Smile) Diane", from the 1927 film "Seventh Heaven"]
   by: Lew Pollack; Erno Rapee

Theme 2 for: Second Husband [aka: "The Famous Actors Guild"]

 
Diane [from the 1927 film "Seventh Heaven"]
   by: Lew Pollack; Erno Rapee

Theme for: Dog Heroes

 

Theme for: We Are Four

 
Dispy Doodle, The
   by: Larry Clinton

Signature Theme on various shows for: Larry Clinton [big band shows]

 
Dixie [original title: "Dixie's Land"]
   by: Daniel Decatur ["Dan"] Emmett;

Theme (circa 1943) for: Aunt Jemima [aka: Cabin at the Crossroads]

1933 - 53

 
Does Your Heart Beat For Me?
   by: Russ Morgan

Signature Theme on various shows for: Russ Morgan [orchestra shows]

 
Dollar a Minute, A
   by: Eliot Daniel

Theme for: Dollar a Minute, A

 
Dome of Light
   by: Alexander Laszlo

Close Theme 7 for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
Donkey Serenade,The [trio section] [from the 1937 movie "The Firefly"]
   by: Rudolph Friml; Herbert Stothart

Theme 2 for: Glamour Manor

 
Donna Diana [opera] Overture [aka: Challenge of the Yukon]
   by: Emil Nikolaus von Reznicek

Theme for: Sergeant Preston of the Yukon (Challenge of the Yukon)

 
Don't Worry (About Tomorrow) [from the 1943 film "Salute For Three"]
   by: Jule Styne (m); Kim Gannon (w)

Close Theme for: Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney Show, The

CBS, 1960 -

 
Double Concerto, Theme from the -[2nd Movement Theme from the "Concerto in A Minor, Opus 102, for Violin, Cello and Orchestra"]
   by: Johannes Brahms (m); Cy Feuer (arranger)

Theme 2 for: Ford Theatre

 
Double-R-Bar, The [aka: It's Roundup Time on the Double-R-Bar]
   by: Dale Evans

Post Cereals Sponsorship Open Theme, before 1953 for: Roy Rogers Show, The

 
Down Hoosier Way
   by: Ruth V. Frank; Johnny Polce; Eleanor Smythe

Theme for: Hoosier Hop, The

 
Down On The Old Party Line
   by: Ralph Emerson [organist]; Elsie Mae Emerson

Theme 4, circa 1946-53 for: Lum and Abner

 
Down The Road To Sunshine [aka: "Down The Road To Sunshine Land"]
   by: Traditional Barbershop Quartet song published by Gaumont

Theme for: Fleischmann Radio Hour, The (with Rudy Vallee)

 
Downhearted Blues
   by: Alberta Hunter; Lovie Austin

Theme 2 for: Beulah Show, The

 
Dragnet March
   by: Walter Schumann

Main & End Title Theme March for: Dragnet

 
Dream
   by: Johnny Mercer

Close Theme for: Johnny Mercer Show, The [aka: "The Johnny Mercer Music Shop"]

NBC

 
Dream Melody, The [from the operetta "Naughty Marietta", vocal title: "Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life"] (1910)
   by: Victor Herbert

Theme for: Lavender and Old Lace

 
Dream of Olwen, The [from the 1947 British film "While I Live"]
   by: Charles Williams

Theme 1 for: Hallmark Playhouse/Hallmark [Radio] Hall of Fame

 
Dream Rhapsody [based upon the 2nd Mvt. of the Franck Symphony in D-Minor, as popularized in an arrangement by Les Baxter and Leonard Pennario]
   by: Cesar Franck

Alt. Theme Title for: Quiet, Please

 
Dream Serenade
   by: Gustave W. ["Gus"] Haenschen (m); Alfred Bryan (w)

Theme for: American Album of Familiar Music, The

 
Dream Sonata
   by: Harold Spina; Jack Fina

Signature Theme on various shows for: Jack Fina

 
Dream Waltz, The [title song of the 1929 Swedish film]
   by: Jules Sylvain (m); Reg Connelly (w)

Theme 1 for: Myrt and Marge

 
Drifting And Dreaming (Sweet Paradise)
   by: Egbert Van Alstyne (m); Erwin R. Schmidt (m); Loyal B. Curtis (m); Haven Gillespie (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Orrin Tucker [big band shows]

 
Dry My Tears
   by: Les Paul (pseudonym of Lester William Polsfuss)

Theme for: Les Paul Show with Mary Ford, The

Syndicated (circa 1949 - 1950)

 
East St. Louis Toodle-oo
   by: Edward Kennedy ["Duke"] Ellington; Bubber Miley

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Duke Ellington [big band shows]

 
Eight Bars In Search Of A Melody
   by: Will Hudson

Signature Theme on various shows for: The Hudson-DeLange Band [big band shows]

 
Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life) (Op. 40) (1841)
   by: Richard Strauss

Theme 1 for: Mister [Mr.] District Attorney

 
El Capitan (March)
   by: John Philip Sousa

Theme 3 for: March Of Time, The [aka: "The March of Time Quiz"]

 
El Capitan (March) [trio section]
   by: John Phillip Sousa

Opening Medley, Part 2 for: Fred Allen Program, The [aka: Town Hall Tonight]

 
Eleanor (A Serenade) (1914, 1916)
   by: Jessie L. Deppen

Theme 1, circa 1931-41 for: Lum and Abner

 

Theme 3, circa 1945-46 for: Lum and Abner

 
Electric Theatre Theme
   by: Wladimir Selinsky

Theme 2 for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
Elk's Parade, The
   by: Bobby Sherwood

Signature Theme on various shows for: Bobby Sherwood [big band shows]

 
Ellery Queen Theme
   by: Ray Carter

Theme 2 for: Ellery Queen, The Adventures of

CBS/NBC/CBS/NBC, 1939-47

 
Ellery Queen Theme
   by: Chester ["Chet"] Kingsbury

Theme 5 for: Ellery Queen, The Adventures of

CBS/NBC/CBS/NBC, 1939-47

 
Estrellita (My Little Star)
   by: Manuel M. Ponce

Theme for: Valiant Lady

 
Evalena
   by: Sybil Chisholm Bock [organist]

Theme 2, circa 1941-45 for: Lum and Abner

 
Evening Prayer [Abendsegen, aka "Children's Prayer"], from the opera "Hansel and Gretel"
   by: Engelbert Humperdinck

Theme for: Ford Sunday Evening Hour, The [music] / Ford Summer Hour

 

Theme for: Ford's Sunday Evening Hour Of Classics

NBC

 
Evening Prayer [aka: "Children's Prayer", from "Hansel and Gretel"]
   by: Engelbert Humperdinck

Theme for: Detroit Symphony Broadcasts, The

 
Eventide
   by: Arthur Kay

Theme 2 for: Those We Love

 
Eversharp Jingle [aka: "Buy Eversharp"]
   by: Bernard [??] Green

Theme for: Let Yourself Go [with Milton Berle]

 
Eversharp Jingle [aka: Buy Eversharp]
   by: Bernard [??] Green

Opening Billboard 1 for: Milton Berle Show, The

1936 - 1949

 
Ev'rything's Been Done Before (from the 1935 film "Reckless")
   by: Harold Adamson; Edwin Knopf; Jack King

Theme for: Art Jarrett [big band shows]

 
Excerpt from the opera "Lohengrin"
   by: Richard Wagner

Theme for: Tune Detective, The [with Sigmund Spaeth]

 
Eyes of Texas, The
   by: Traditional folk song "I've Been Working On The Railroad" (m); John Sinclair (w)

Opening Medley, Part 1 for: Tales of the Texas Rangers

 
F B I Theme
   by: Wladimir Selinksy (may be an adaptation of the Prokofiev theme)

Theme 2 for: FBI in Peace and War, The

 
Falling In Love With You [aka: (Was I To Blame For) Falling In Love With You?]
   by: Victor Young; Gus Kahn; Chester Conn

Theme 2 for: Studebaker Champions, The

 
Fan Fare
   by: John Brunker ["Jack"] Meakin

Theme for: Bughouse Rhythm

 
Fanfare & Opening, for Armstrong Theater
   by: Harold Levey

Theme 1 for: Armstrong Theater of Today, The

 
Fanfare For The Common Man
   by: Aaron Copland

Theme for: You Are There

 
Farmer In The Dell, The (circa 1880's)
   by: Traditional American children's game song

Theme 1 for: Misadventures of Si and Elmer, The

 
Fascination Waltz
   by: Al Lewis; Dave Rubinoff

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Rubinoff Orchestra, The

 
Fat Man Polka
   by: Bernard ["Bernie"] Green (psuedonym of Bernard Greenwald)

Theme for: Fat Man, The

 
Father Knows Best Theme [vocal title: Waiting]
   by: Don Ferris (m); Irving Friedman (m); Leon Pober (w)

Theme 2 for: Father Knows Best

 
FBI March, The [aka: Theme/FBI]
   by: Nathan Van Cleave

Theme for: This Is Your FBI

ABC, 1945-53

 
Fitch Shampoo Jingle, to the tune of "Smile For Me"
   by: Phil Baxter

Theme 1 for: Fitch Bandwagon, The

 
Flame Of Freedom Is Burning, The
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Specially Commissioned Theme for: Keep 'Em Rolling

 
Flapper Wife, The
   by: Karl Rupp

Theme for: Flapper Wife, The

 
Flight of the Bumblebee, The [from the 1900 opera "The Tale of Tsar Saltan"]
   by: Nicolai Andreyevitch Rimsky-Korsakov

Theme for: Green Hornet, The

 
Flyin' Home
   by: Lionel Hampton (m); Benny Goodman (m); Sid Robin (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Lionel Hampton [big band shows]

 
Flying Dutchman Overture [to the opera "The Flying Dutchman"]
   by: Richard Wagner

Theme 1 for: Captain Midnight

 
For He's A Jolly Good Fellow [aka: The Bear Went Over The Mountain]
   by: Traditional French-English Folk Song Melody; Bernard ["Bernie"] (arranger) Green (pseudonym of Bernard Greenwald)

Opening Medley, Part 2 for: Henry Morgan Show, The [aka: Here's Morgan]

 
Ford Theatre - Closing Theme I
   by: Lyn Murray (pseudonym of Lionel Breeze)

Closing Theme 1 for: Ford Theatre

 
Ford Theatre - Opening Theme I
   by: Lyn Murray (pseudonym of Lionel Breeze)

Opening Theme 1 for: Ford Theatre

 
Forecast Theme
   by: Bernard Herrmann

Theme for: Forecast

CBS

 
Forgotten Melody, The
   by: Gustave ["Gus"] Kahn; Jesse Crawford

Theme for: Jesse Crawford [organist]

 
Fort Laramie Story, The
   by: Frederick ["Fred"] Steiner

Open Theme for: Fort Laramie Story, The

 
Frank Merriwell Theme
   by: John Winters

Theme 2 for: Frank Merriwell, The Adventures of

 
Fred Allen's Alley Theme
   by: Alfred Goodman

Theme 2 for: Fred Allen's Alley

 
Friendship [from the 1939 musical "Dubarry Was a Lady"]
   by: Cole Porter

Theme 1 for: My Friend Irma

 
Front Page Farrell
   by: Ann Leaf

Sub-Theme for: Front Page Farrell

 
Frontier Gentleman Opening and Closing
   by: Jerrald ["Jerry"] Goldsmith

Theme for: Frontier Gentleman

 
Funiculi-Funicula
   by: Luigi Denza

Theme 1 [comedy] for: Lorenzo Jones

 
Further Adventures of Ellery Queen
   by: Henry Russell (professional name of Henry Russell Olson)

Theme 4 for: Ellery Queen, The Adventures of

CBS/NBC/CBS/NBC, 1939-47

 
G E Fanfares
   by: John Marion Gart

Opening Fanfare for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
G E Theme
   by: John Marion Gart

Theme 1 for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
Gabriel Heatter Opening and Closing
   by: Melvyn Lenard Gordon

Theme 2 for: Brighter Tomorrow, A/The Gabriel Heatter Show

 
Garry Owen
   by: Traditional Irish Air; Frederick ["Fred"] Steiner (arr.)

Close Theme for: Fort Laramie Story, The

 
Gaudeamus Igitur
   by: Traditional college student song (words from 13th-century Latin; music by an unknown 18th-century composer)

Theme for: Human Adventure, The

 
General Electric Theater
   by: Lyn Murray (pseudonym of Lionel Breeze)

Theme 6 for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
General Electric Theatre Open
   by: Morris Mamorsky

Theme 5 for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
General Electric Theme
   by: Roy Ringwald

Theme 3 for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
General Electric Theme
   by: John Scott Trotter

Theme 4 for: General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre]

 
Gentleman Awaits, The
   by: Will Osborne

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Will Osborne Orchestra, The

 
Gibson Family, The [re-used as the title song for the movie "Under Your Spell"]
   by: Arthur Schwartz (m); Howard Dietz (w)

Theme for: The Gibson Family

 
Girl Alone, A
   by: Don Marcotte

Theme 2 for: Girl Alone, A

 
Give Me A Moment Please
   by: Leo Robin; Richard A. Whiting; W. Franke Harling

Theme 1 for: Chase & Sanborn Hour, The [with Eddie Cantor]

 
Give Me A Moment Please [from the 1930 Jeanette MacDonald film "Monte Carlo"]
   by: Richard A. Whiting; Leo Robin; W. Franke Harling

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Rubinoff Orchestra, The

 
Give My Regards To Broadway (from the 1904 Broadway Musical "Little Johnny Jones")
   by: George M. Cohan

Secondary Theme for: George Jessel Show, The

 
Glorification
   by: Alexander Laszlo

Theme 3 for: Cavalcade of America [aka: Dupont Cavalcade]

 
Glory of America
   by: Alexander Laszlo

Theme 2 for: Cavalcade of America [aka: Dupont Cavalcade]

 
Go to Sleepy, Little Baby
   by: Judy Canova (m); Zeke Canova (m); Harry Tobias (w); Henry Tobias (w)

Theme for: Judy Canova Show, The

 
God Is The Answer
   by: Henry Slaughter

Theme for: Cathedral of Tomorrow, The [with Rex Humbard]

 
God of Miracles, The
   by: Ralph Carmichael (w & m)

Main Theme 2 for: Oral Roberts - Healing Waters [religion]

 
Goin' Home [Largo], from the "New World" Symphony, No. 9 [sometimes called No. 5] in E-Minor (Op. 95) (1894)
   by: Antonin Dvorak

Alt. Theme Title for: Words And Music [with Harvey Hays]

 
Gold Diggers' Song, The (We're In The Money) [from the musical revue "Gold Diggers of 1933"]
   by: Harry Warren (m); Al Dubin (w)

Theme 1 for: Break The Bank

 
Golden Gate [from the 1928 Al Jolson film "The Singing Fool"]
   by: Billy Rose; Dave Dreyer; Joseph Meyer; Al Jolson

Open Theme 2 (1936) for: Shell Chateau, The (with Al Jolson)

 
Good Evening, Friends [from the 1931 Al Jolson musical "The Wonder Bar" ]
   by: Robert Katscher (m); Irving Caesar (w); Karl Farkas (w)

Open Theme 1 (1935) for: Shell Chateau, The (with Al Jolson)

 
Good Morning
   by: Walter Blaufuss; W. R. Williams; Donald T. MacNeill

Open Song 1 for: Breakfast Club with Don McNeill, The

 
Good Morning, Breakfast Clubbers
   by: Leroy Shield (m); Donald T. McNeill (w)

Open Song 4 for: Breakfast Club with Don McNeill, The

 
Good News [from the 1927 musical "Good News"]
   by: Ray Henderson (m); Buddy G. De Sylva (w); Lew Brown (w)

Theme 2 for: Baby Snooks / Good News

 

Theme 2 for: Good News (of 1938-40)

 
Good Night, Sweetheart [from the 1931 revue "Earl Carroll Vanities"]
   by: Ray Noble; Jimmy Campbell; Reg Connelly

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Ray Noble [orchestra shows]

 

Close Theme for: Sam Spade, The Adventures of

ABC/CBS/NBC, 1946-51

 
Good-Bye
   by: Gordon Jenkins

Signature Close Theme on various shows for: Benny Goodman [big band shows]

 
Good-Bye Blues (1932)
   by: Jimmy McHugh; Dorothy Fields; Arnold Johnson

Close Theme for: Mills Brothers, The [on various radio shows]

 
Goodnight God [Bless Goodbye ??]
   by: Harry Pepper (??); Harold Simpson (??)

Theme for: Children's Corner, The

 
Goodnight Ladies [orig. title: Farewell, Ladies]
   by: E. P. Christy

Opening Medley, Part 1 for: Henry Morgan Show, The [aka: Here's Morgan]

 
Good-night, Good-night, Good-night
   by: Jack Barnett; James ["Jimmy"] Durante

Close Theme 3 for: Jimmy Durante

 
Got A Date With An Angel [from the 1931 film "For The Love Of Mike"]
   by: Jack Waller (m); Joseph Turnbridge (m); Clifford Grey (w); Sonny Miller (w)

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Hal Kemp [big band shows] w/vocalist Skinnay Ennis

 

Signature Theme on various shows for: Skinnay Ennis [music shows]

 
Got The World In A Jug [aka: "Down-Hearted Blues"]
   by: Fletcher H. Henderson

Theme 1 for: Beulah Show, The

 
Gramercy Square (1935, pub. Clayton F. Summy Co.)
   by: Allan Grant

Sub-Theme for: Story of Mary Marlin, The

 
Grand March [aka: "Grand Marsche"], from the opera "Tannhauser"
   by: Richard Wagner

Theme for: Metropolitan Opera Auditions [with Milton Cross]

 
Grand Ole Opry Tonight [aka: At The Grand Old Opry Tonight]
   by: C. A. Craig; Willis S. Graham

Theme for: Grand Ole [Old] Opry, The

 
Great Day [aka: It's a Great Day...]
   by: Vincent Youmans; William Rose; Edward Eliscu

Theme 2 for: Sealtest Village Store, The [with Eve Arden and Jack Carson]

 
Great Day! [aka: There's gonna be a Great Day...][from the 1929 show "Great Day"]
   by: Vincent Youmans (m); William ("Billy") Rose (w); Edward Eliscu (w)

Theme 3, circa 1942 for: Red Skelton Show, The

 
Green Eyes (Aquellos Ojos Verdes)
   by: Nilo Menendez (m)

Close Theme 2, circa 1941 for: Red Skelton Show, The

 
Greetings From Home (1943)
   by: Dolphe Martin

Theme for: Youth On Parade

CBS

 
Groucho and the Wolf
   by: Jack Meakin

Theme Medley [part 2] for: You Bet Your Life (Groucho Marx Show, The)

NBC, 1952-53

 
Gunsmoke Main Title
   by: Rex Koury

Opening Signature for: Gunsmoke

 
Ha-Cha-Cha [from the 1934 film "Caravan"]
   by: Gustave ["Gus"] Kahn; Werner Richard Heymann

Secondary Theme 3 for: Fibber McGee and Molly

 
Hail Men of Adventure Hail
   by: Cole & Light Dixon

Theme for: CafŽ of the Red Dagger

 
Hail To The Chief [the U.S. President's March] (circa 1810)
   by: music attributed to English composer James Sanderson; lyric from "Lady of the Lake" by Sir Walter Scott

Theme for: Mister [Mr.] President

 
Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here [based upon "Come, Friends, Who Plough The Sea" from the 1879 Operetta "The Pirates of Penzance"]
   by: W. S. Gilbert; Sir Arthur Sullivan; Theodora (adapter Morse

Theme 2 for: Truth Or Consequences

 
Hail, K.M.H.
   by: John Scott Trotter; Carroll Carroll

Open Theme 3 (ASCAP freeze, circa 1941) for: Kraft Music Hall, The [West Coast w/Bing Crosby]

 
(March) Hail, K.M.H.
   by: Theodore Eugene Oberdorfer (may be a pseudonym for John Scott Trotter & Carroll Carroll)

Alt. Theme Arr. (circa 1951) for: Kraft Music Hall, The [West Coast w/Bing Crosby]

 
Hallmark Hall of Fame - Theme
   by: Bernard ["Bernie"] Green (pseudonym of Bernard Greenwald)

Theme 2 for: Hallmark Playhouse/Hallmark [Radio] Hall of Fame

 
Hallmark Theme
   by: Lyn Murray (pseudonym of Lionel Breeze)

Theme 3 for: Hallmark Playhouse/Hallmark [Radio] Hall of Fame

 
Hallmark Theme
   by: David D. Rose

Theme 4 for: Hallmark Playhouse/Hallmark [Radio] Hall of Fame

 
Halls of Ivy, The
   by: Henry Russell (professional name of Henry Russell Olson); Vick Knight

Theme for: Halls of Ivy, The

 
Handful Of Stars, A (1940)
   by: Ted Shapiro; Jack Lawrence

Close Theme for: Mail Call [Armed-Forces Radio Service]

 

Signature Theme on various shows for: Meredith Willson

 
Handful Of Stars, A [from the 1940 film "Hullabaloo" ]
   by: Ted Shapiro; Jack Lawrence

Opening Theme for: Big Show, The

 
Happy Days Are Here Again [fr. 1929 film "Chasing Rainbows"]
   by: Milton Ager (m); Jack Yellen (w)

Alternate Signature Theme on various shows for: Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy

 

Theme 1 for: Jack Pearl Show, The

 

Theme 1 for: Your Lucky Strike Hit Parade [aka: "Your Hit Parade"]

 
Happy Hollow (My Home Town)
   by: Woody Smith

Theme for: Happy Hollow

 
Happy Island
   by: Ann Leaf

Theme for: Ed Wynn Show, The [aka "Happy Island"]

 
Happy Sound of Buster Brown, The [shoe jingle]
   by: Traditional WW I song: "Mademoiselle From Armentieres" (aka: "Hinky Dinky Parlez-Vous")

Theme 1 for: Buster Brown Show, The [aka: Buster Brown Gang, Smilin' Ed McConnell]

 
Happy Trails
   by: Dale Evans

Close Theme, before 1953; Main & End Theme from 1953 for: Roy Rogers Show, The

 
Harold Teen
   by: Joe L. Sanders

Theme for: Harold Teen

 
Harvest Of Stars Theme
   by: Bernard Herrmann

Theme for: Harvest Of Stars, The

 
Have Gun, Will Travel [End Credits]
   by: John M. Leipold

Close Theme for: Have Gun, Will Travel

 
Have Gun, Will Travel Theme
   by: Bernard Herrmann

Open Theme for: Have Gun, Will Travel

 
Hawaii Calls
   by: Harry Owens

Open Theme 1 for: Hawaii Calls

 
Hawaii Calls
   by: Webley Edwards

Open Theme 2 for: Hawaii Calls

 
Hayloft Gang Is Here, The [to the tune of "A Hot Time In The Old Town (Tonight)"]
   by: Joseph Hayden (m); Theodore A. Metz (m)

Theme 2 for: National Barn Dance, The

 
Healing Waters, The (1900, 1927)
   by: Rev. L. L. Pickett (m); H. H. Heimar (w)

Main Theme 1 for: Oral Roberts - Healing Waters [religion]

 
Hear It Now
   by: David Leo Diamond

Theme for: Hear It Now

CBS

 
Heart Of My Heart [aka: "(The Gang That Sang) Heart Of My Heart"]
   by: Ben Ryan

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Les And Larry Elgart [big band shows]

 
Heart To Heart
   by: Elliot Lawrence; S. Bickley Reichner

Signature Theme on various shows for: Elliot Lawrence [big band shows]

 
Hello! Hello! Hello! (What a Wonderful Word Hello!) (1948)
   by: Calvin ["Cal"] De Voll

Theme for: Gene and Glenn / The Quaker Early Bird's Program

 

Theme for: Jake and Lena

 
Hello, and Not 'So-Long'
   by: Ed East; Bob Hamilton

Theme 2 for: Girl Back Home, The

 
Hello, My Lover, Goodbye
   by: John Green (m); Edward Heyman (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Johnny Green [big band shows]

 
Henry Morgan Playon [based upon "Buy Eversharp" jingle]
   by: Bernard ["Bernie"] Green (pseudonym of Bernard Greenwald)

Theme 2 for: Henry Morgan Show, The [aka: Here's Morgan]

 
Her Waltz
   by: Arthur Johnston

Theme for: Goodrich Silvertown Orchestra, The

 
Here Comes More of Monitor [aka: "The Monitor Theme"]
   by: Bernie Baum; Bill Giant; Florence Kaye

Theme 7 for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
Here Comes The Show Boat [from the 1929 film "Show Boat"]
   by: Maceo Pinkard (m); Billy Rose (w)

Theme for: Show Boat (The Maxwell House Show Boat)

 
He's My Uncle
   by: Lew Pollack; Charles Newman

Featured Theme for: Maxwell House Coffee Time

 
Hi, Neighbor [from the 1941 film "San Antonio Rose"]
   by: Jack Owens

Theme for: Jack Kirkwood Show, The

 
Hibbiddy-Gits Song, The [??]
   by: loosely based upon the Nursery Tune "Jimmy Crack CornÉ"; Don Carney (??)

Theme for: Uncle Don (with Don Carney)

 
Hi-De-Home Sweet Home [aka: "The Gibson Family"]
   by: Arthur Schwartz (m); Howard Dietz (w)

Vocal Theme Title for: The Gibson Family

 
Highland Lament, A
   by: George Basil ["Buzz"] Adlam (adapter/arr. of Scottish Air??)

Theme for: Six Shooter, The

 
Highways of Melody
   by: Paul Lavalle

Theme for: Cities Service Band/Highways of Melody

NBC, 1944 - 1948

 
Hitch Your Wagon To A Star
   by: [under investigation]

Theme 2 for: Club Matinee

 
Holiday For Strings
   by: David D. Rose

Theme 4, from 1943 for: Red Skelton Show, The

 
Hollywood
   by: John Brunker ["Jack"] Meakin

Theme for: Hedda Hopper [aka: This Is Hollywood]

CBS/ABC, 1944-47

 
Hollywood Calling Theme
   by: Henry Russell (professional name of Henry Russell Olson); Vick Knight

Theme 2 for: Hollywood Calling

 
Hollywood Open House
   by: George Basil ["Buzz"] Adlam; Jay Milton; Henry Russell (professional name of Henry Russell Olson)

Theme 1, circa 1947 for: Hollywood Open House

 
Hollywood Open House Theme
   by: Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch

Theme 2 for: Hollywood Open House

 
Hollywood Showcase Theme
   by: Marlin H. Skiles

Theme for: Hollywood Showcase

 
Hollywood Sound Stage
   by: Alexander Courage

Theme for: Hollywood Sound Stage

CBS, 1951-52

 
Hollywood Star Playhouse
   by: George Basil ["Buzz"] Adlam; Jay Milton; Henry Russell (professional name of Henry Russell Olson)

Theme 1 for: Hollywood Star Playhouse

 
Hollywood Star Playhouse Theme
   by: Jeff Alexander

Theme 2 for: Hollywood Star Playhouse

 
Hollywood Theater Theme
   by: Mahlon Merrick

Theme for: Skippy Hollywood Theater

 
Home On The Range
   by: Traditional U.S. Western Folk Song

Theme for: John Charles Thomas

 
Home! Sweet Home! [aka: There's No Place Like Home, from the 1823 opera "Clari, or The Maid of Milan"]
   by: Henry R. (m Bishop; John Howard Payne (w)

Theme for: Missus [Mrs.] Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch

 
Home! Sweet Home! [aka: There's No Place Like Home, from the 1823 opera "Clari, or The Maid of Milan"]
   by: Henry R. (m) [based upon a Sicilian air] Bishop; John Howard Payne (w)

Close Theme for: Mister [Mr.] and Missus [Mrs.]

 
Home! Sweet Home! [aka: There's No Place Like Home, from the 1823 opera "Clari, or The Maid of Milan"]
   by: Henry R. (m Bishop; John Howard Payne (w)

Theme 3 for: Ethyl and Albert

 
Honest Harold Hemp [re-cycled later as a theme for Mr. Magoo cartoons]
   by: John Brunker ["Jack"] Meakin

Theme for: Honest Harold

CBS, 1950-51

 
Hoop De Doo
   by: Milton DeLugg (m); Frank Loesser (w)

Close Theme for: Two For The Money (with Herb Shriner)

 
Hooray For Captain Spaulding [from "Animal Crackers"]
   by: Harry Ruby; Bert Kalmar

Theme Medley [part 1] for: You Bet Your Life (Groucho Marx Show, The)

NBC, 1952-53

 
Hooray For Hollywood [for the 1937 film "Hollywood Hotel"]
   by: Richard Whiting (m); Johnny Mercer (w)

Theme 1 for: Hollywood Calling

 

Alternate Close Theme for: Jack Benny Program, The

 
Hopalong Cassidy [Radio Theme (Glasser wrote a different TV Theme)]
   by: Albert Glasser

Theme for: Hopalong Cassidy

Synd, 1948-52

 
Hot Lips
   by:

Signature Theme on various shows for: Henry Busse [big band shows]

 
Hour Of Parting, The [L'Huere Bleue] (1928)
   by: Mischa ["Michael"] Spoliansky; M Schiffer; Gustave ("Gus") Kahn

Close Theme for: Leo Reisman and his Orchestra

 
House Of Melody
   by: Meredith Willson (m); John Nesbitt (w)

Theme for: House of Melody

 
House Of Mystery
   by: John Marion Gart

Theme for: House of Mystery, The

 
How Can I Go On Without You
   by: Frank C. Westphal

Theme for: Myrt and Marge (in Hayfield Pleasures of 1932)

 
How Can I Leave Thee?
   by: Henry Bishop (m); John Howards Payne (w)

Theme 3, 1940-55 for: Stella Dallas

 
How Do You Do (...Ev'rybody, How Do You Do?)(1924)
   by: Phil Fleming; Calvin ("Cal") De Voll; Charles ("Charlie") Harrison; [adapted from the WW I song: "Mademoiselle From Armentieres" aka "Hinky Dinky Parlez-Vous" aka "Here's To Whiskey"]

Theme for: Happiness Boys, The

 
Howdy, Friends
   by: Ray McKinley

Signature Theme on various shows for: Ray McKinley [orchestra shows]

 
Hurrah! For The Wonder Bakers
   by: Will Donaldson (m); Frank Moulan (w)

Theme for: Happy Wonder Bakers, The

 
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
   by: Don Reid

Theme 1 for: General Electric College Bowl [aka: G E College Bowl]

 
I Can't Get Started [from "Ziegfeld Follies"]
   by: Vernon Duke (m); Ira Gershwin (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Bunny Berigan [big band shows]

 
I Cover The Waterfront (1933) [later used as the title song of the 1933 film "I Cover The Waterfront"]
   by: John Waldo Green (m); Edward ["Eddie"] Heyman (w)

Theme for: I Cover The Waterfront

 
I Don't Care (As Long as You Care For Me)
   by: Wladziu Valentino ["Lee"] Liberace; Gerald E. Teifer; Gerald G. Gwimond

Theme 1 for: Liberace Show, The

 
I Expect A Miracle
   by: Ralph Carmichael (w & m)

Prayer Theme for: Oral Roberts - Healing Waters [religion]

 
I Feel a Song Comin' On [from the 1935 film "Every Night At Eight"]
   by: Jimmy McHugh; George Oppenheimer; Dorothy Fields

Theme 2 for: Eileen Barton Show, The

CBS, 1954

 
I Got-a Shoes, You got-a Shoes (Heav'n, Heav'n)
   by: Traditional Negro Spiritual

Theme 2 for: Buster Brown Show, The [aka: Buster Brown Gang, Smilin' Ed McConnell]

 
I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues
   by: Harold Arlen (m); Ted Koehler (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Jack Teagarden [big band shows]

 
I Hear Music
   by: Roy Ringwald; Fred Waring; John M. Dolph

Open Theme for: Fred Waring Show, The

 
I Know That You Know [from the 1926 Musical Comedy, "Oh, Please!"]
   by: Vincent Youmans (m); Otto Harbach (m); Ann Caldwell-O'Dea (w)

Theme for: What's The Name of That Song?

 
I Like Mountain Music
   by: James Cavanaugh; Frank Weldon

Theme 2 for: Bob Burns Show, The

 
I Love A Parade [from the 1931 Musical Revue "Rhythmania"]
   by: Harold Arlen (m); Ted Koehler (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Harry Richman

 

Theme for: It's Florida's Treat (with Harry Richmond)

 
I Love You (Oh, How I Love You)
   by: Tommy Tucker

Signature Theme on various shows for: Tommy Tucker [big band shows]

 
I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful) [from the 1929 revue "John Murray Anderson's Almanac"]
   by: Henry Sullivan (m); Harry Ruskin (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Chick Webb [big band shows]

 
I Sustain The Wings
   by: Glenn Miller; J. Chalmers Mac Gregor; Sol Meyer

Theme for: I Sustain The Wings [with the Glenn Miller Orchestra]

 
I Waited For You
   by: John ("Dizzy") Gillespie; Walter Gilbert Fuller

Signature Theme on various shows for: Dizzy Gillespie [band shows]

 
I Wanna Get Married [from the 1944 musical "Follow The Girls"]
   by: Dan Shapiro; Milton H. Pascal; Philip ["Phil"] Charig

Signature Theme for: Gertrude Niesen

 
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now [from the 1909 musical "The Prince Of Tonight"]
   by: Joseph E. ("Joe") Howard (m); Howard Orlob (m); Will M. Hough (w); Frank R. Adams (w)

Theme 3 for: Gay Nineties Revue, The [with Joe Howard]

 
I Would Do Anything For You [aka: "Anything For You"]
   by: Claude Hopkins; Alexander Hill; Bob Williams

Theme for: Let's Go Night Clubbing

 
I Would Do Anything For You [aka: Anything For You]
   by: Claude Hopkins; Alexander Hill

Signature Theme on various shows for: Claude Hopkins [big band shows]

 
Ich Liebe Dich [I Love You]
   by: Edvard H. Grieg

Theme 1 for: Against The Storm

NBC/Mutual/NBC, 1939-52

 
I'd Like To Fall In Love Again (1939)
   by: Harry Sosnik; Bob Burns

Theme 1 for: Woodbury Soap Program, The

 
Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider)
   by: Eddie Munson; Eddie Leonard

Signature Theme on various shows for: Eddie Cantor

 
If I Could Tell You
   by: Idabelle Firestone (m); Madeleine Marshall (w)

Theme 3 for: Voice of Firestone, The

 
If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake
   by: Al Hoffman; Bob Merrill; Clem Watts

Theme 1 for: Eileen Barton Show, The

CBS, 1954

 
If I Never Dream Again
   by: LeRoy ["Roy"] Shield

Theme for: Just Neighbors

 
If I Should Lose You [from the 1936 film "Rose of the Rancho"]
   by: Leo Robin; Ralph Rainger

Theme for: Alias Jimmy Valentine

NBC Blue, 1938 - 39

 
If Love Were All [from the 1929 Musical "Bittersweet"]
   by: Noel Coward

Theme 1 for: Second Husband [aka: "The Famous Actors Guild"]

 
If You Are But A Dream [adapted from Rubinstein's "Romance (Op. 44, No. 1)"]
   by: Anton Rubinstein (m); Moe Jaffe (adapter); Nathan J. Bonx (adapter); Jack Fulton (adapter)

Alt. Theme Title for: Linda's First Love

 
I'll Be Seeing You
   by: Sammy Fain (m); Irving Kahal (w)

Closing Theme 3 for: Liberace Show, The

 
I'll Love You In My Dreams
   by: Abel Baer; Benee Russell; Horace Heidt

Signature Theme on various shows for: Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights [band shows]

 
I'll Make a Happy Landing [from the 1931 MGM film "(George White's) Flying High"]
   by: Jimmy Mc Hugh (m); Dorothy Fields (w)

Theme for: Flying Family, The

 
I'll See You In My Dreams (1924)
   by: Isham Jones (m); Gustave ["Gus"] Kahn (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Leighton Noble Orchestra, The

 
I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
   by: Thomas P. Westendorf

Theme for: Nona From Nowhere

 

Theme for: Orphans of Divorce

 
I'm a Whistlin'
   by: Jimmy Eaton; Terry Shand

Theme for: Jack Berch Show, The

 
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows [from the 1918 film "The Dolly Sisters", based on the "bridge section" of Chopin's "Fantasie Impromptu"]
   by: Frederic Chopin; Harry Carroll; Joseph McCarthy

Theme for: Little Ol' Hollywood [with Ben Alexander]

 
I'm Falling In Love With Someone [from the 1910 musical "Naughty Marietta"]
   by: Victor Herbert (m); Rida Johnson Young (w)

Theme for: Bob and Victoria

 
I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You
   by: George Bassman (m); Ned Washington (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Tommy Dorsey [big band shows]

 
I'm In The Mood For Love [from the 1935 film "Every Night At Eight"]
   by: Jimmy Mc Hugh (m); Dorothy Fields (w)

Open Theme for: Frances Langford Show, The

 
I'm Sailing a Dream Boat
   by: Norman L. Cloutier; Peter De Rose

Signature Theme on various shows for: Norman Cloutier Orchestra, The

 
I'm Sitting On Top Of The World
   by: Ray Henderson; Samuel M. ["Sam"] Lewis; Joseph ["Joe"] Young

Opening Theme for: Al Jolson Show, The

 
I'm Yours [from the 1930 musical "Simple Simon"]
   by: John "Johnny" Green (m); E. Y. "Yip" Harburg (w)

Theme for: Painted Dreams

 
In a Persian Market (1920)
   by: Albert W. Ketelbey

Theme for: Dan Harding's Wife

 
In My Garden
   by: Idabelle Firestone (m); Lester O'Keefe (w)

Theme 2 for: Voice of Firestone, The

 
In The Gloaming
   by: Lady Arthur (m Hill; Meta Orred (w)

Theme 1 for: Young Widder Brown

 
Indiana [aka: (Back Home Again In Indiana)
   by: Ballard MacDonald (m); James F. Hanley (w)

Open Theme for: Two For The Money (with Herb Shriner)

 
Inka-Dinka-Doo [from the 1933 movie "Palooka"]
   by: James ["Jimmy"] Durante (m); Ben Ryan (w)

Open Theme 1 for: Jimmy Durante

 
Interlude
   by: Louis Silvers; Rudy Schrager

Between-The-Acts Theme for: Lux Radio Theatre

 
Interlude, An
   by: Clarence Lucas

Theme for: Woman In White, The

 
Intermezzo (A Love Story) [from the 1940 film "Intermezzo"]
   by: Heinz Probost (m); Robert Henning (Eng. W)

Theme 2 for: I Want A Divorce

 
Intermezzo [theme from the 1940 film "Intermezzo (A Love Story)"]
   by: Heinz Provost (m); Robert Henning (w); (or it could be an Intermezzo by Brahms or Mascagni)

Open Theme for: Prudential Family Hour, The

 
Introduction to the "Light Cavalry Overture" (played on a solo bugle)
   by: Franz von SuppŽ

Opening Signature for: American Weekly, The

(circa 1933)

 
Iowa Corn Song, The
   by: George Botsford; George ["Spike"] Hamilton; Ray W. Lockard; Edward T. Riley

Theme 1 for: National Barn Dance, The

 
It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo' (1923)
   by: Wendell Hall

Theme for: Wendell Hall Show, The

 
It Isn't Fair
   by: Richard Himber; Frank Warshauer; Sylvester Sprigato

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Richard Himber [orchestra shows]

 

Theme 1 for: Studebaker Champions, The

 
It Pays To Be Ignorant
   by: Tom Howard Jr. (??); Bob Howell (??)

Theme for: It Pays To Be Ignorant

 
It's A Big Wide Wonderful World [from the 1940 musical revue "All In Fun"]
   by: John Rox

Theme 3 for: Phil Harris/Alice Fay Show, The

 
It's A Lonesome Old Town (When You're Not Around)
   by: Harry Tobias; Charles Kisco

Open Theme for: Ben Bernie

 
It's A Wonderful World
   by: Jan Savitt; John Kluczko Watson; Harold Adamson

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Jan Savitt [orchestra shows]

 
It's Magic [from the 1948 Doris Day film "Romance On The High Seas"]
   by: Jule Styne (m); Sammy (w) Cahn (birth name: Samuel Cohen)

Theme for: Doris Day Show, The

 
It's Make-Believe Ballroom Time (1940)
   by: Harold Green (m); Michael S. ["Mickey"] Stoner (w); Martin Block (w)

Theme 2 for: Make-Believe Ballroom, The [with Martin Block]

 
It's My Lazy Day
   by: Stephen ["Smiley"] Burnette

Theme for: Smiley Burnette Show, The

 
It's Over Because We're Through [aka: It's Over Because We're Thru]
   by: William Steven ["Willie"] Bryant

Signature Theme on various shows for: Willie Bryant [big band shows]

 
It's Smile Time
   by: Stephen Valentine ["Steve"] Allen

Theme for: Smile Time

 
It's The Darndest Thing [from the film "Singing The Blues"]
   by: Jimmy Mc Hugh; Dorothy Fields

Signature Theme 3 on various shows for: Guy Lombardo [orchestra shows]

 
I've Been Working On The Railroad [aka: The Levee Song]
   by: Traditional U. S. Folk Song

Theme for: Railroad Hour, The

 
I've Got a Locket In My Pocket
   by: Art Kassel (m); Mack David (w)

Theme for: Chesterfield Cigarettes Presents "Music That Satisfies"

 
Jamboree [aka: Jamboree March]
   by: Meredith Willson

Theme for: Blue Monday Jamboree

KFRC/CBS

 

Theme for: Blue Playhouse

 
Jaunita from "Songs Of Affection" [adapted from the "Sarabande" from Handel's first opera "Almira" (1705); melody also used in the aria "Lascia Ch'io Pianga" (Let Me Cry) from his opera "Rinaldo" (1711)]
   by: George F. Handel (m); Caroline Norton (adapter)

Theme for: Romance of Helen Trent, The

 
Jazznocracy
   by: Will Hudson

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Jimmie Lunceford [big band shows]

 
Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair (1854)
   by: Stephen C. Foster

Theme for: Amanda of Honeymoon Hill

 
J-E-L-L-O [original commercial jingle]
   by: Don Bestor

Jello Jingle Theme for: Jack Benny Program, The

 
Jersey Jive, The
   by: Ozzie Nelson

Open Theme 1, circa 1941 for: Red Skelton Show, The

 
Jolly Coppersmith, The
   by: Carl Peter

Theme for: Pick and Pat

 
Judaline [from the 1948 Jane Powell film, "A Date With Judy"]
   by: Gene De Paul; Don Raye (professional name of Donald MacRae Wilhoite Jr.)

Theme for: Date With Judy, A

 
Junior March
   by: Emil Ascher

Theme 3 for: Let's Pretend

 
Just A Little Girl
   by: S. B. Fishburne

Theme for: Jack and Loretta Clemens

 
Just A Little Love Song (pub. 1922) [aka: "Just a Little Love"] (from the musical revue "The Box Party")
   by: Joe Cooper (m); Samuel M. Lewis (w); Joseph Young (w)

Theme for: Lora Lawton

 
Just An Echo In The Valley
   by: Jimmy Campbell; Reginald ["Reg"] Connelly; Harry Woods

Close Theme 2 (1933 - ) for: Chesterfield Time [with Bing Crosby]

 
Just Ask The Quiz Kids (1942)
   by: Joe (w & m Kelly

Theme 3 for: Quiz Kids, The

 
Just For You (1946)
   by: Gordon Jenkins (m); Morey Amsterdam (w)

Theme for: Dick Haymes Auto-Lite Show, The

CBS

 
Just You and I
   by: Ray Gold

Theme for: Pickens Sisters, The

 
Juvenile Court Theme
   by: Jerrald ["Jerry"] Goldsmith

Theme for: Juvenile Court

 
Kaye's Melody
   by: Sammy Kaye

Signature Theme 3 on various shows for: Sammy Kaye [big band shows]

 
Kerry Dance, The [aka: The Cuckoo]
   by: Margaret Casson (m); J. L. Molloy (w)

Theme for: Pretty Kitty Kelly

 
Kerry Dance, The [aka: The Cuckoo] [possible Errata]
   by: Margaret Casson (m); J. L. Molloy (w)

Theme 3 for: Portia Faces Life

 
Kingdom Comin' (An' De Year Ob Jubilo)(1862) [arranged like "Happy Days Are Here Again"]
   by: Henry C. Work (a civil war melody arranged by Ray Noble -- used 10 years later in "Doodletown Fifers" by Sauter-Finegan)

Theme 2 for: Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy Show [Chase and Sanborn]

 
Knowledge and the Great Doors [aka: The World Is Yours]
   by: Rudolf R. A. Schramm

Theme for: World Is Yours, The

 
La Hoolah Boola [Hawaiian Ditty] (1897) (aka: "Yale Boola" (1901) and "Boola Boola")
   by: Robert ["Bob"] Cole; William ["Billy"] Johnson

Theme 1 for: Frank Merriwell, The Adventures of

 
L'Amour Toujours L'Amour [aka: Love Everlasting]
   by: Rudolph Friml (m); Catherine Chisholm (w)

Theme for: Personal Column of the Air, The

 
Largo [aka: "Goin' Home"], from the "New World" Symphony, No. 9 [sometimes called No. 5] in E-Minor (Op. 95) (1894)
   by: Antonin Dvorak

Theme for: Words And Music [with Harvey Hays]

 
Last Rose of Summer (Is The Sweetest Song Of All), The (1907)
   by: Arthur Gillespie; Harry Sidney

Theme for: Houseboat Hannah

 
Laugh Your Way Through Life
   by: Harry Revel; Mack Gordon

Signature Theme 3 on various shows for: Eddie Cantor

 
Lazy Heart
   by: Alexander Laszlo

Theme 3 for: Beulah Show, The

 
Lazy Moon (1903)
   by: Bob Cole; J. Rosimond Johnson; Billy Johnson

Theme for: Uncle Ezra [aka: "Uncle Ezra's Radio Station"]

 
Lazy River [aka: "Up A Lazy River"]
   by: Hoagy Carmichael; Sidney Arodin

Theme for: Si Zentner [big band shows]

 
Lean Baby
   by: Billy May (m); Roy Alfred (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Billy May [big band shows]

 
Leap Frog
   by: Joe Garland

Signature Theme 2 [circa 1943] on various shows for: Les Brown [big band shows]

 
Leonore Overture No. 3, The
   by: Ludwig von Beethoven

Theme for: American School of the Air

 
Les Preludes (a theme from the tone poem)
   by: Franz Liszt

Theme for: Buck Rogers In The 25th Century

 
Less Work For Mother
   by: William Livingston; J. Russell Robinson

Theme for: Children's Hour, The

 
Less Work For Mother (1936, 1974)
   by: William ["Bill"] Livingston; J. Russell Robinson; [Edwin H. Morris publisher - selling agent Chas. Hansen]

Theme for: Horn and Hardart Children's Hour, The

 
Let George Do It
   by: Edward J. ["Eddie"] Dunstedter

Theme for: Let George Do It

 
Let Me Call You Sweetheart (1910)
   by: Leo Friedman; Beth Slater Whitson

Theme 2 for: Uncle Walter's Doghouse

 
Let's All Sing Like The Birdies Sing
   by: Stanley J. Damerell; Tolchard Evans; Robert Hargreaves; Henry B. Tilsley

Theme for: Community Sing

 
Let's Dance [adapted from "Invitation To The Dance" by Carl Maria Von Weber]
   by: Joseph Bonime (adapter); Gregory Stone (adapter); Fanny Baldridge (w)

Signature Open Theme on various shows for: Benny Goodman [big band shows]

 

Theme for: Benny Goodman's Swing School

 
Let's Get On With The Show
   by: Wade F. Denning Jr.

Theme 2 for: Original Amateur Hour, The [Major Bowes, Ted Mack]

 
Let's Have Another Cigarette
   by: Allie Wrubel; Herbert Magidson

Theme for: Camel Caravan, The (w/Benny Goodman)

 
Let's Have Another Cup o' Coffee (1932)
   by: Irving Berlin

Theme 1 for: Father Knows Best

Maxwell House sponsorship

 
Let's Play Make Believe
   by: Mark Warnow; Charles Chancer

Theme for: Forty-Five Minutes In Hollywood

 
Let's Pretend [adapted from Karel Komzak's "Allegretto from 'Fairy Tale' (Opus 135, No. 2)" with lyrics for "Cream of Wheat"]
   by: Joseph ["Joe"] Rines; Robert ["Bob"] Bilder

Theme 2 (vocal) for: Let's Pretend

 
Liberace Theme, The (adapted from the trio section of "Fantasie Impromptu" by Chopin)
   by: Frederick Chopin; Wladziu Valentino ["Lee"] Liberace

Open Theme 2 for: Liberace Show, The

 
Life and Love [from the 1919 operetta "The Velvet Lady"]
   by: Victor Herbert (m); Henry Blossom (w)

Theme for: Grand Hotel

 
Life of Riley (Radio Program) Theme
   by: Lou Kosloff

Theme 3 for: Life Of Riley, The

 
Life Of Riley, The
   by: Alfred Goodman

Theme 2 for: Life Of Riley, The

 
Light Of This [<sic>] World
   by: Clark ["Doc"] Whipple

Theme for: Light Of The World, The

 
Li'l Abner in Dogpatch
   by: Don Marcotte

Theme for: Li'l Abner

 
Lincoln Highway, The
   by: Jack Arthur

Theme for: Lincoln Highway, The

 
Line-Up, The
   by: Edward J. ["Eddie"] Dunstedter

Theme for: Line-Up, The

 
Lipton Tea Jingle [adapted from "Sing a Song of Sixpence"]
   by: Traditional Nursery Tune

Open Theme for: Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts

 
Listen To The Mocking Bird (1855)
   by: Richard Milburn (m); pseudonym of Septimus Winner) Alice Hawthorne (w

Theme 2 for: Johnson Family, The

 
Little Brown Jug
   by: Joseph E. Winner

Theme 1 for: Bright Horizon

 
Little By Little [from the 1929 film "The Sophomore"]
   by: Robert Emmett Dolan; Walter O'Keefe

Signature Theme on various shows for: Little Jack Little [and his Orchestra]

 
Little Girl (1931)
   by: Francis Henry; Madeline Hyde

Theme 7 for: Baby Snooks Show, The

 
Little Herman [aka: "Little Herman Theme & Finale"]
   by: Josef Bonime

Theme for: Little Herman

 
Little Jazz Bird [from the 1924 musical "Lady, Be Good!"]
   by: George Gershwin (m); Ira Gershwin (w)

Theme for: Cliff Edwards Show, The

 
Little Love, A Little Kiss, A (Un Peu D'Amour) [aka: Just A Little Love, A Little Kiss]
   by: Andre Rieu (m); Adrian Ross (Eng. w)

Theme for: Life Of Mary Sothern, The

 
Little 'M' Fanfares, from the "Structural Music" library
   by: Alexander Laszlo

Opening Signature/Billboard 2 for: My Little Margie

 
Little Orphan Annie
   by: Joe L. Sanders; Gus Kahn

Theme for: Little Orphan Annie

 
Londonderry Air [vocal title: Danny Boy]
   by: Ireland Traditional Irish Air from Londonderry County

Theme for: O'Neills, The

 
Lonely Heart
   by:

Theme for: Pillsbury Flour Radio Hour, The -- see "Today's Children"

 
Lonely Heart
   by: Ireene Wicker

Theme 3 for: Today's Children

 
Lonesome Gal
   by: Walter Schumann; Jack Brooks

Theme for: Lonesome Gal Programme, The

 
Long, Long Ways From Home
   by: Carson J. Robison

Theme for: Bar X Days / Bar X Days and Nights

 
Look For The Silver Lining [from the 1920 musical "Sally"]
   by: Jerome Kern (m); Buddy G. De Sylva (w)

Open Theme for: Billie Burke Show, The [aka: Fashion In Rations]

 

Theme for: Woman Of Courage

 
Look For The Silver Lining [from the 1920 musical "Sally"]
   by: Jerome Kern (m); B. G. ["Buddy"] De Sylva (w)

Theme for: Your Family And Mine

 
Look Sharp - Be Sharp March, The [aka: The Gillete Look Sharp March]
   by: Mahlon Merrick

Theme for: Gillette Cavalcade of Sports, The

 
Lorenzo Jones
   by: Ann Leaf

Sub-Theme for: Lorenzo Jones

 
Love For Today
   by: Don Becker

Theme for: This Day Is Ours

 
Love In Bloom [from the 1934 Bing Crosby film, "She Loves Me Not"]
   by: Leo Robin; Ralph Rainger

Main Theme & Signature Theme on various shows for: Jack Benny Program, The

 
Love Is Mine
   by: F. D. ("Pat") Ballard; Charles E. ("Chuck") Henderson

Theme for: Kostelanetz-Chesterfield Program, The

 
Love Is Mine (1936)
   by: Pat Ballard; Charles Henderson

Theme for: Music Millions Love [with Andre Kostelanetz & his Orchestra]

CBS, 1945 - 46

 
Love Nest, The [from the 1920 musical "Mary"]
   by: Louis A. Hirsch (m); Otto Harbach (w)

Main Theme since 1936 for: Burns and Allen

 

Theme for: Couple Next Door, The

 

Theme 1 for: Ethyl and Albert

 
Love Song
   by: James Koestner

Theme for: Hoover Sentinel Concerts

 
Love Theme No. 1, from the MUTEL music service library (also sub-licensed to the Capitol "Q" series library as: "Theme No. 1 - Dramatic - Long", probably from a film noir B-picture score composed by Joe Mullendore)
   by: George Lee (MUTEL BMI credit -- Lee is a MUTEL pseudonym); also listed as composed by Joseph Mullendore in BMI

Theme 2, circa 1955 for: Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar

 
Lovely To Look At [from the 1935 film version of the musical "Roberta"]
   by: Jerome Kern (m); Dorothy Fields (w); Jimmy McHugh (w)

Theme for: Campana Serenade

 
Love's Greeting [aka: "Liebesgruss"; aka: "Salut d'Amour"] (Op. 12, 1888)
   by: Sir Edward Elgar

Alt. Theme Title for: Magic Voice, The

 
Love's Own Sweet Song [from the 1914 musical "Sari"]
   by: Cushing; Heath; Kalman

Theme for: Magazine of the Air [aka: "Heinz Magazine Of The Air"]

 
Loyal Sons of Rutgers
   by: Philip Bliss; Ozzie Nelson

Theme for: Ozzie Nelson '27, and his Orchestra

 
Lucky Day
   by: Ray Henderson (m); B.G. DeSylva (w); Lew Brown (w)

Open Theme 2 for: Your Lucky Strike Hit Parade [aka: "Your Hit Parade"]

 
Luke Slaughter Theme(s)
   by: Wilbur J. Hatch

Theme for: Luke Slaughter of Tombstone

CBS, 1958

 
Lux [Radio] Theatre [Signature] Theme
   by: Robert Armbruster

Theme 1 (1934 - 1954) for: Lux Radio Theatre

CBS

 
Lux Finale
   by: Rudy Schrager

Close Theme 2 (1954 - 1955) for: Lux Radio Theatre

NBC

 
Lux Theme
   by: Rudy Schrager

Theme for: Broadway Playhouse [Armed Forces Radio Service version of "Lux Theatre"]

 

Open Theme 2 (1954 - 1955) for: Lux Radio Theatre

NBC

 
Lyric Pieces, Book 3, No. 5 - 'Erotic' (Op. 43, No. 5)
   by: Edvard Grieg

Theme for: Life and Love of Dr. Susan, The

 
Ma Perkins
   by: Larry Larsen; Don Macotte

Theme for: Ma Perkins

 
Main Street Music Hall Theme
   by: Alfredo Antonini

Theme for: Main Street Music Hall (with Earl Wrightson & Russ Emery)

CBS, 1949; NBC, 1950

 
Make Believe Ball Room (1936)
   by: Andy Razaf; Paul Denniker

Theme 1 for: Make-Believe Ballroom, The [with Martin Block]

 
Man Called X Theme, The
   by: John W. ["Johnny"] Green

Theme for: Man Called X, The

 
Man From Homicide Theme, The
   by: George Basil ["Buzz"] Adlam

Theme for: Man From Homicide, The

 
Man That Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo, The (1892)
   by: Fred Gilbert

Theme for: Frank Morgan Show, The

 
Man With The Horn, The (1946)
   by: Eddie DeLange; Jack Jenney; Bonnie Lake

Signature Theme on various shows for: Ray Anthony [big band shows]

 
Manhattan [from the 1925 revue "Garrick Gaities ]
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Theme for: Broadway Is My Beat

 

Theme for: Tex and Jinks

 
Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (Theme Song)(pub. 1936)
   by: Gustave W. ["Gus"] Haenschen; Pinky H. Herman

Theme for: Manhattan Merry-Go-Round

 
Manhattan Serenade
   by: Louis Alter (m); Harold Adamson (w)

Theme for: Easy Aces

 
March Around the Breakfast Table
   by: John Redmond

March Theme for: Breakfast Club with Don McNeill, The

 
March Chevalier [written for the 1921 silent film "Orphans of the Storm"]
   by: William Frederick Peters

Theme for: While The City Sleeps

 
March from "The Love for Three Oranges" [opera]
   by: Sergei Prokofiev

Theme 1 for: FBI in Peace and War, The

 
March Moderne
   by: Bob Miller

Theme for: Believe It Or Not [with Robert Ripley]

 
March of the Ancestors [from the 1937 British musical "Crest of the Wave"]
   by: Ivor Novello

Theme 2 for: Sherlock Holmes

 
March of the Bob Cats, The
   by: Ray Bauduc; Bob Crosby; Irving Fazola; Robert Haggart; Hilton ["Nappy"] Lamar; Julian Clifton Matlock; Edward R. Miller; Gil Rodin

Theme for: Club 15 [with Bob Crosby]

 
March of the Flit Soldiers
   by: Harry Reser

Theme for: Flit Soldiers, The [with the Harry Reser Orchestra]

 
March Of Time, The [from "The Earl Carroll Vanities of 1930"] (1930)
   by: Harold Arlen (m); Ted Koehler (w)

Theme 1 for: March Of Time, The [aka: "The March of Time Quiz"]

 
March Theme from "Cavalcade of America" [aka: "Cavalcade March"]
   by: Harold A. Levey

Theme 1 for: Cavalcade of America [aka: Dupont Cavalcade]

 
Marche Misterieux/Radio Transition#105
   by: Charles F. Paul

Theme 3 for: Ellery Queen, The Adventures of

CBS/NBC/CBS/NBC, 1939-47

 
Marching Along Together (1933)
   by: Edward Pola; Fred Steininger; Mort Dixon

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Kate Smith

 
Mark Trail Theme
   by: John Marion Gart

Theme 1 for: Mark Trail

 
Mark Trail Theme
   by: Henry ["Hank"] Sylvern

Theme 2 for: Mark Trail

 
Marta (Rambling Rose of the Wildwood)
   by: L. Wolfe Gilbert; Rodriquez Moises Simon

Theme for: Arthur Tracy, the Street Singer [aka: The Mystery Man of the Air]

 
Mary (I'm In Love With You) (1931)
   by: J. Fred Coots; Ozzie Nelson

Main & End Theme for: Ozzie and Harriet, The Adventures of

CBS/NBC/CBS/ABC, 1944-54

 
Masquerade
   by: John Jacob Loeb (m); Paul Francis Webster (w)

Theme for: Mister [Mr.] Chameleon

 
Maxwell House Opening
   by: Leith Stevens

Opening Billboard for: Baby Snooks / Maxwell House Coffee Time

 

Opening Billboard for: Maxwell House Coffee Time

 
May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You
   by: Meredith Willson

Closing Theme for: Big Show, The

 
Mean To Me
   by: Fred Ahlert (m); Roy Turk (w)

Open Theme for: Mister [Mr.] and Missus [Mrs.]

 
Meditation
   by: Adolf G. Hoffmann

Theme for: Music That Endures

 
Meet Millie
   by: Irving Miller

Theme for: Meet Millie

 
Melancholy Lullaby
   by: Benny Carter; Edward Heyman

Signature Theme on various shows for: Benny Carter [big band shows]

 
Melody in C
   by: Don Becker

Theme for: Life Can Be Beautiful

 
Melody In F (Opus 3, No. 1) (1850 - 51)
   by: Anton Rubinstein

Theme for: Brenda Curtis

 

Theme for: Life Begins at Eighty

 
Melody in G-Flat (1905)
   by: Charles Wakefield Cadman

Theme for: Hawthorne House

 
Memories
   by: Egbert Van Alstyne (m); Gus Kahn (w)

Theme 1, 1938-40 for: Stella Dallas

 
Memories Of You
   by: Eubie Blake (m); Andy Razaf (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Sonny Dunham [big band shows]

 
Memory Lane
   by: Con Conrad; Larry Spier; B. G. ["Buddy"] De Sylva

Theme 1 for: Voice of Firestone, The

 
Mem'ries (Golden Memory Days) [aka: "Memories"] (1928)
   by: Harold Sanford (m); Henry M. Neely (w)

Theme for: Philco Radio Hour, The / Philco Concert Orchestra

 
Mention My Name In Sheboygan (1947)
   by: Bob Hilliard; Dick Sanford; Sammy Mysels

Theme for: Bob and Ray

 
Merrily We Roll Along
   by: Traditional Children's Nursery Tune

Theme 1 for: Truth Or Consequences

 
Minnie, The Moocher
   by: Irving Mills; Cab Calloway; Clarence Gaskill

Signature Theme on various shows for: Cab Calloway [big band shows]

 
Minute Waltz, The (Op. 64, No. 1)
   by: Frederick Chopin

Theme for: Stepmother

 
Mister Allen
   by: Alfred Goodman

Theme 1 for: Fred Allen's Alley

 
Modern Romances '(Theme Song of the NBC Radio program of the same name)' (1944)
   by: Norman Cloutier

Theme for: Modern Romances

 
Molle Theme Song
   by: Frank Crumit

Theme for: Molle Mystery Theatre

 
Monitor
   by: Lan ["Lanny"] O'Kun

Theme 2 for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
Monitor Beacon, The [sound effect signature - a tape loop made from a sequence of 1950's AT & T telephone line switching tones generated by analog oscillators]
   by: [no composer]

Signature Sound for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
Monitor Pulse Theme, The
   by: Bernie Baum; Bill Giant; Florence Kaye

Theme 4 for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
Monitor Radio Theme
   by: Bradley Paul Hatfield

Theme 8 for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
Monitor Theme(s)
   by: Stanley Applebaum

Theme 3 for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
Monitor Weekend Theme, The
   by: Bernie Baum; Bill Giant; Florence Kaye

Theme 5 for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
Mooch, The [aka: "The Moochie", aka: "The Mooche"]
   by: Edward Kennedy ["Duke"] Ellington; Irving Mills

Theme for: Charlie Chan

 
Moonlight and You
   by: Al Dubin; Kahn Keene; Frankie Masters

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Frankie Masters [big band shows]

 
Moonlight Becomes You
   by: Jimmy (pseudonym of Edward Chester Babcock) Van Heusen (m); Johnny Burke (w)

Theme 1 (1954 - 1955) for: Bing Crosby Show, The

CBS, 1954 - 1956

 
Moonlight Serenade
   by: Glenn Miller (m); Mitchell Parish (w)

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Glenn Miller [big band shows]

 
Moonlight Sonata, The (Opus 27, No. 2)
   by: Ludwig von Beethoven

Theme for: Longines Symphonette , The

 
Mortimer Snerd Theme
   by: Raymond Stanley Noble; Edgar John Bergen

Secondary Theme for: Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy

 
Mosquito Parade, The [from the 1902 musical revue "The Mosquito Parade"]
   by: James Swope; Sylvester Swope

Theme for: Honeyboy and Sassafras

 
Most Beautiful Girl In The World, The [from the 1935 Broadway musical "Billy Rose's Jumbo"]
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Ted Straeter Orchestra [big band shows]

 
Mr. and Mrs. Swing
   by: Red Norvo

Signature Theme on various shows for: Red Norvo [big band shows]

 
Mr. District Attorney Theme
   by: Peter Van Steeden Jr.

Theme 2 for: Mister [Mr.] District Attorney

 
Music For To-Night
   by: Don Gillis

Theme for: Music For To-Night

 
Music In My Fingers
   by: Richard Myers (m); Edward Heyman (w)

Theme for: Ray Bloch's Varieties

 
Music Of Manhattan
   by: Norman L. Cloutier

Theme for: Music Of Manhattan [with the Norman Cloutier Orchestra]

NBC, 1945

 
Music Of The Spheres (Waltz) (1868)
   by: Josef Strauss (or Robert Stolz piece of the same name)

Theme for: Continental Varieties

 
Musical Snuff-Box (Op. 32), A
   by: Anatole [ASCAP spelling of Anatol Liadov] Liadoff; Rosario Bourdon (arr.)

Theme for: Lady Next Door, The

 
My Dear
   by: Edwin Frederick Large; Jan Garber

Signature Theme on various shows for: Jan Garber

 
My Favorite Husband - Radio Theme
   by: Wilbur Hatch

Theme for: My Favorite Husband

 
My Friend
   by: Albert Hay Malotte

Theme for: Crossroads [orig. title: "Saturday's Child"]

 
My Friend Irma Theme
   by: John M. Leipold

Theme 3 for: My Friend Irma

 
My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice [from the opera "Samson and Delilah"]
   by: Camille Saint-Saens

Theme for: Carters of Elm Street, The

 

Theme 1 for: Second Mrs. Burton, The

 
My Home Town
   by: Clarke Morgan (??)

Theme 1 for: Wendy Warren and the News

 
My Love
   by: Victor Young (m); Ned Washington (w)

Theme for: Ponds Program, The

 
My Mammy [from the 1918 vaudeville revue "Sinbad" starring Al Jolson]
   by: Walter Donaldson (m); Sam Lewis (w); Joe Young (w)

Theme for: Presenting Al Jolson

NBC, 1932 - 33

 
My Old Kentucky Home (1853) (aka: "My Old Kentucky Home, Goodnight")
   by: Stephen Collins Foster

Theme 1 for: Johnson Family, The

 
My Sentimental Heart
   by: Carmen Cavallero (m); Mitchell Parish (w)

Theme 2 for: Carmen Cavallaro

 
My Shawl
   by: Xavier Cugat (m); Stanley Adams (Eng. words)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Xavier Cugat [big band shows]

 
My Time Is Your Time (1924)
   by: Leo Dance (m); Eric Little (w)

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Rudy Vallee

 
My True Story
   by: Charles Hathaway (m); Will Gould (w)

Theme for: My True Story

 
My Twilight Dream [based upon Chopin's "Nocturne in Eb (Op.9, No. 2)"][aka: "Eddy Duchin Story" movie Theme: "To Love Again"]
   by: Frederic Chopin (m); Eddy Duchin (adapter); Lew Sherwood (adapter)

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Eddy Duchin

 
My Wild Irish Rose
   by: Chauncey Olcott

Theme for: Abie's Irish Rose

NBC, 1942-44

 
Mystery Theme
   by: Rosa Rio

Theme for: Deadline Dramas

 
N B C Calling
   by: Lan ["Lanny"] O'Kun (m)

Theme for: N B C Calling

 
N B C Theater/Screen Directors' Guild Theme
   by: Henry Russell (professional name of Henry Russell Olson)

Theme for: Screen Director's Assignment (aka: NBC Theater/Screen Directors' Guild)

 

Theme for: Screen Director's Playhouse (aka: NBC Theater/Screen Directors' Guild)

 
Neapolitan Nights (Oh, Nights of Splendor) [from the 1926 film "Fazil"]
   by: J. S. Zamecnik (m); Harry D. Kerr (w)

Theme for: First Nighter, The

 
Nero Wolfe Theme
   by: Lew White

Theme for: Nero Wolfe, The Adventures of

 
Nero Wolfe Theme
   by: Robert ["Bob"] Packham

Theme for: Nero Wolfe, The New Adventures of

 
New Suspense Closing
   by: Lucien Alfred E. Moraweck

Alternate End March Theme for: Suspense

CBS, 1942-62

 
Nick Carter Theme
   by: Lew White

Theme for: Nick Carter, Master Detective

 
Night and Day
   by: Cole Porter

Open Theme 1 for: Frank Sinatra [signature song on various programs]

 
Night Flight To Madrid (1958)
   by: Kermit Leslie (pseudonym of Kermit Levinsky); Walter Leslie (pseudonym of Walter Levinsky)

Theme 1 for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
Night On Bald Mountain, A
   by: Modest Moussorgsky

Theme for: Escape

 
Nightmare
   by: Artie Shaw

Signature Theme on various shows for: Artie Shaw [big band shows]

 
Nighty Night
   by: Leslie Bacon (pseudonym of Joseph M. ["Joe"] Davis)

Signature Close Theme on various shows for: Alvino Rey [orchestra shows]

 
Nobody's Sweetheart
   by: Billy Meyers; Elmer Schoebel; Gus Kahn; Ernie Erdman

Theme for: Joan Davis Time

CBS, 1947-48

 
Nocturne in Eb (Opus 9, No. 2) [vocal title: My Twilight Dream]
   by: Frederic Chopin (m); Eddy Duchin (adapter); Lew Sherwood (adapter)

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Eddy Duchin

 
Nola
   by: Felix Arndt

Theme 2 for: Vincent Lopez Show, The

 
None But The Lonely Heart (Nur, wer die Sehnsucht kennt)(Op. 6, 1869) [featured the 1933 RKO Radio film "Little Women"]
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky (m); Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (German lyric); Arthur Westbrook (Eng. Lyric)

Theme for: Kitty Keene, Incorporated

 
North Theme (Opening after Theme) [<sic>]
   by: Charles F. Paul

Act Opener for: Mister [Mr.] and Mrs. North

 
Notturna D'Amore [English title: Drigo's Serenade]
   by: Riccardo Drigo

Theme for: When A Girl Marries

 
Now I Lay Me Down To Dream
   by: Ted Fiorito; Eddy Howard

Signature Theme on various shows for: Mary Lou Harp

 
Now That It's All Over
   by: Stella Unger

Signature Theme on various shows for: Harold Stern [big band shows]

 
Now The Day Is Over [an 1865 poem, set to the Joseph Barnaby hymn tune "Merrial" (1868)]
   by: Sir Joseph Barnaby (m); Sabine Baring-Gould (w)

Theme for: Atwater-Kent Hour, The

 
Of Thee I Sing [title song of 1931 Broadway musical]
   by: George Gershwin (m); Ira Gershwin (w)

Theme for: Pursuit of Happiness

 
Official Detective Opening
   by: Chester ["Chet"] Kingsbury

Opening Signature for: Official Detective

 
Official Detective Theme
   by: Chester ["Chet"] Kingsbury

Main Theme for: Official Detective

 
Oh Marie [aka: O Mari]
   by: Edoardo Di Capua

Opening Medley, Part 2 for: Life With Luigi

 
Oh, Didn't He Ramble? [aka: "Didn't He Ramble?"]
   by: Hattie Bolton

Theme for: Happy Rambler, The [with Irving Kaufman]

 
Oh, You Beautiful Doll
   by: Nathaniel Davis Ayer (m); Seymour Brown (w)

Theme 1 for: Vic and Sade

 
Old Jello Theme [aka: J-E-L-L-O]
   by: Don Bestor (m); Meredith Willson (adapter/arranger)

Jello Jingle Theme for: Jack Benny Program, The

 
Old Refrain, The
   by: Johann Brandl (orig. composer); Fritz Kreisler (adapter)

Theme 2, 1938-40 for: Stella Dallas

 
Old Trail, The [aka: Gunsmoke Theme]
   by: Rex Koury

Main & End Theme for: Gunsmoke

 
Omphale's Spinning Wheel ["Le Roet d'Omphale," Opus 31]
   by: Camille Saint-Saens

Main Theme for: Shadow, The

 
On The Air
   by: James Campbell; Reginald Connelly; Carroll Gibbons;

Signature Theme on various shows for: Lud Gluskin [and his Orchestra]

 
On The Air (1932)
   by: Jimmy Campbell; Reg. Connelly; Carroll Gibbons

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Rudy Vallee

 
On The Go Theme [aka: "Monitor On The Go"]
   by: Bernie Baum; Bill Giant; Florence Kaye

Theme 6 for: Monitor Radio [N B C Weekend Radio format]

 
On The Radio (1924)
   by: Vincent Lopez; Owen Murphy

Theme 1 for: Vincent Lopez Show, The

 
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
   by: Jimmy McHugh (m); Dorothy Fields (w)

Theme 1 for: Coast-to-Coast on a Bus [orig. title: "The Children's Hour"]

 
On the Trail [from "The Grand Canyon Suite"]
   by: Ferde Grofe

Theme for: Hogan's Daughter

NBC, 1949

 

Opening Billboard 2 for: Milton Berle Show, The

1936 - 1949

 

Close Theme 2 for: Milton Berle Show, The

1936 - 1949

 

Theme 1 for: Phillip Morris Playhouse

 
On Wisconsin
   by: Carl Edwin Beck Jr.; W. T. Purdy

Theme 1 for: Sealtest Village Store, The [with Eve Arden and Jack Carson]

 
Once In Love With Amy (from the 1948 musical "Where's Charley?" starring Ray Bolger)
   by: Frank Loesser

Theme for: Ray Bolger Show, The

 
One Hour With You
   by: Leo Robin; Richard A. Whiting

Theme 2 for: Chase & Sanborn Hour, The [with Eddie Cantor]

 
One Hour With You [aka: (I'd Love To Spend) One Hour With You]
   by: Richard Whiting (m); Leo Robin (w)

Closing Signature Theme on various shows for: Eddie Cantor

 
One More Kiss, Then Good-Night
   by: Peter De Rose; Charles Tobias; Louis Herscher; Art Coogan

Theme for: Galen Drake

 
One Night Of Love (title song from the 1934 film)
   by: Victor Schertzinger (m); Gus Kahn (w)

Theme for: Vicks Open House [with Grace Moore]

 
One O'Clock Jump
   by: William ["Bill" Basie

Signature Theme on various shows for: Count Basie [big band shows]

 
Onward Christian Soldiers (an 1871 hymn)
   by: Sir Arthur Sullivan (m); Sabine Baring (w)

Theme 1 for: Chaplain Jim

 
Open House E T
   by: Lyn Murray

Close Theme 3 for: Hollywood Open House

 
Opening Motif Sig
   by: Leith Stevens

Theme for: Academy Award Theatre [aka: Academy Award"]

CBS, 1946

 
Orgy of Spirits [from "Noure and Anitra"]
   by: Alexander Ilyinsky

Theme for: Witch's Tale, The

 
Our Director (March) ["B"-section bridge theme]
   by: F. E. Bigelow

Theme for: Jack Webb Show, The

West Coast comedy series

 
Our Dream
   by: Jack Meakin

Theme for: Leave It To Joan [aka: The Joan Davis Show]

CBS, 1949-50

 
Out Of The Night
   by: Harry Sosnik; Walter Hirsch

Theme for: Beat The Band [version #1, 1940 - 41 w/Ted Weems & Hildegarde]

NBC, 1941 - 42

 

Theme for: Beat The Band [version #2, 1943 - 44 w/Harry Sosnik]

NBC, 1943 - 44

 

Signature Theme on various shows for: Ted Weems [big band shows]

 
Over and Over Again [from the 1935 musical "Billy Rose's Jumbo" and the subsequent film]
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Theme for: Jumbo Fire Chief Show, The [with Jimmy Durante]

 
Over There (1917)
   by: George M. Cohan

Open Theme (Part 2) for: Command Performance [for Armed Forces Radio]

 

Close Theme for: Command Performance [for Armed Forces Radio]

 
Overture to the opera "William Tell" [aka: "The William Tell Overture"]
   by: Giacchino Rossini

Theme for: Garry Moore Show, The

 
Pale Potomac Moon
   by: Arthur Morton Godfrey

Theme 4 for: Arthur Godfrey Time

 
Parade of the Goops (1931)
   by: Ernie Golden; Don Carney

Sub-Theme for: Uncle Don (with Don Carney)

 
Park Avenue Fantasy [vocal title: "Stairway To The Stars"]
   by: Matt Malneck; Frank Signorelli

Theme for: Foxes of Flatbush, The

 
Pat Novak End Credits
   by: George Basil ["Buzz" or "Buzzy"] Adlam

Close Theme for: Pat Novak For Hire [starring Jack Webb]

 
Pat Novak Main Title
   by: George Basil ["Buzz" or "Buzzy"] Adlam

Open Theme for: Pat Novak For Hire [starring Jack Webb]

 
Patricia (Waltz)(1943)
   by: Paul Carson

Theme 2 (10/20/1940 - 4/24/1959) for: One Man's Family

 
Peaceful Valley (1925)
   by: Willard Robison

Main Theme for: Maxwell House Program, The [aka: Maxwell House Concerts]

NBC Blue (1930's)

 
Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone)(1931)
   by: Will Jason; Val Burton

Signature Theme on CBS for: Gordon MacCrae [music shows on CBS]

CBS

 
Perfect Day, A (1910)
   by: Carrie Jacobs Bond

Close Theme 4 for: Original Amateur Hour, The [Major Bowes, Ted Mack]

 
Perfect Song, The [for the 1915 silent film "Birth of a Nation"]
   by: Joseph Carl Breil (m); Clarence Lucas (w)

Theme 1, until 1943 for: Amos 'n' Andy

 
Pet Lullaby Theme, The [aka: "Pet Milk Theme, The"]
   by: Gustave W. ["Gus"] Haenschen

Pet Milk Sponsorship Theme for: Saturday Night Serenade

 
Phillip Morris Broadway Playhouse Theme
   by: George Bassman; Charles Martin

Theme 3 for: Phillip Morris Playhouse

 
Phillip Morris Playhouse Theme
   by: Rene ("Aime") Garriguenc

Theme 2 for: Phillip Morris Playhouse

 
Piano Concerto No. 1 [Theme from]
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky

Signature Theme 3 on various shows for: Freddie Martin [orchestra shows]

 
Pillsbury House Party Theme
   by: Muzzy Marcellino

Theme for: Art Linkletter's House Party [aka: Pillsbury House Party]

 
Poeme [vocal title: My Moonlight Madonna]
   by: Zdenko Fibich (m); William Scotti (adapter); Paul Francis Webster (w)

Theme for: Joyce Jordan, Girl Intern

 
Poet and Peasant Overture [Theme from the]
   by: Franz von Suppe

Theme for: Ace Williams, The Adventures of

1937 - 38

 
Polly Wolly Doodle
   by: Traditional U.S. Southern Minstrel Song

Close Theme for: Just Plain Bill

 
Polonaise in D-Flat Major (Op. 53) (1843)
   by: Frederic Chopin

Theme 1 for: Carmen Cavallaro

 
Pomp and Circumstance March #1 (from Opus 39, No. 1) "Trio" section [vocal title: The Land of Hope and Glory]
   by: Edward Elgar

Close Theme, after "crowning the queen" for: Queen For A Day [orig. title: "Queen For Today"]

Mutual, 1945-57

 
Poor Butterfly
   by: Raymond ("Ray") Hubbell (m); John Golden (w)

Theme 2 for: Myrt and Marge

 
Pop Goes The Weasel
   by: Traditional English nursery rhyme tune

Theme for: Those Happy Gilmans

 
Pop Goes The Weasel
   by: Traditional English dance tune

Theme for: Vox Pop

 
Portia
   by: Lew White

Theme 1 for: Portia Faces Life

 
Portia Faces Life Theme
   by: Anthony Mottola

Theme 2 for: Portia Faces Life

 
Pot O' Gold (In The Air)
   by: Harry [??] Salter

Theme for: Pot O' Gold

 
Powell Theme [vocal title: "Leave It To Love"]
   by: Henry (professional name of Henry Russell Olson Russell; By Dunham (w)

Theme for: Richard Diamond, Private Detective

 
Prelude [aka: "Prelude in D"]
   by: John Winters (professional name of John Schaeffer Wintersteen)

Theme for: Young Doctor [Dr.] Malone

 
Prelude To The Stars [aka: Studio One Concerto]
   by: Vic Oliver

Theme 2 for: Studio One

 
Preparation and Blastoff, from "Exploring the Unknown" (performed by The Voices of Walter Schumann)
   by: Leith Stevens

Theme 2 (1955), Part 2 for: X-Minus-One

 
Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, A [from Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies of 1919"]
   by: Irving Berlin

Close Theme for: Billie Burke Show, The [aka: Fashion In Rations]

 
Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, A [from the revue "Ziegfeld Follies of 1919"]
   by: Irving Berlin

Theme for: Ziegfeld Follies of the Air, The

 
Pretty Little Petticoat
   by: Raymond Scott (professional name of Harry Warnow); Jack Lawrence

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Raymond Scott [orchestra shows]

 
Prisoner's Song, The [aka: "If I Had The Wings Of An Angel"]
   by: Guy Massey

Theme 1 for: Uncle Walter's Doghouse

 
Prowess In Battle, a section from the Tone Poem "Ein Heldenleben" [A Hero's Life]
   by: Richard Strauss

Theme Medley, Part 2 for: Big Story, The

 
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse - theme (1946)
   by: Bernard ["Bernie"] Green (psuedonym of Bernard Greenwald)

Theme for: Pulitzer Prize Playhouse

 
Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day) (1942)
   by: Stephan Weiss (m); Paul Mann (m); Ruth Lowe (w)

Closing Theme for: Frank Sinatra [signature song on various programs]

 

Close Theme 5 (Sinatra) for: Your Lucky Strike Hit Parade [aka: "Your Hit Parade"]

NBC

 
Quaker City Jazz
   by: Jan Savitt; Jimmy Schultz

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Jan Savitt [orchestra shows]

 
Queen For A Day
   by: Art Kassel; Jim Morgan

Open Theme for: Queen For A Day [orig. title: "Queen For Today"]

Mutual, 1945-57

 
Quick As A Flash
   by: Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch

Theme for: Quick As A Flash

 
Quite By Accident
   by: Jack Meakin

Theme for: Nestle Chocolate Show, The

 
Quiz Kids Theme
   by: William Francis ["Bill"] Wirges

Theme 2 for: Quiz Kids, The

 
Racing With The Moon (1941)
   by: Johnny Watson (m); Vaughn Monroe (w); Pauline Pope (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Vaughn Monroe [orchestra shows]

 
Radio Readers Digest Theme
   by: Nathan Lang Van Cleave

Theme for: Radio Readers Digest

 
Rainbow On The River [title theme from the 1936 film]
   by: Louis Alter (m); Paul Francis Webster (w)

Theme for: Doctor [Dr.] Christian

 
Rainbow Valley
   by: Gene Autry; Smiley Burnette

Close Theme for: Jimmy Wakely Show, The

 
Ray Bloch Music Party Theme
   by: Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch

Theme for: Ray Bloch Music Party

 
Recollections
   by: Erno Rapee; Lew Pollack

Theme for: Mobil Oil Concerts

 
Red River Valley
   by: originally a Canadian Folk Song circa 1869 Trad.

Theme for: Our Gal Sunday

 
Red Sails In The Sunset
   by: Hugh Williams (m); Jimmy Kennedy (w)

Theme for: Vaughn de Leath

 
Redskin Rhumba
   by: Charlie Barnet (pseudonym of Dale Bennett)

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Charlie Barnet [big band shows]

 
Remembering You
   by: Elsie Thompson

Theme for: By Kathleen Norris

 
Reminiscing (1930)
   by: Harry Warren; Edgar Leslie

Theme 2 for: Singin' Sam (the Barbasol Man)

 
Reveille (Bugle Call)
   by: Traditional

Open Theme (Part 1) for: Command Performance [for Armed Forces Radio]

 
Rhapsody In Blue
   by: George Gershwin

Theme 1 for: Kraft Music Hall, The

 
Rhapsody In Blue [Theme From...]
   by: George Gershwin

Signature Theme on various shows for: Paul Whiteman [orchestra shows]

 
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini - 18th Variation
   by: Sergei Rachmaninoff

Theme for: First Piano Quartet, The

 
Ridin' Around In The Rain [aka: We're gonna ride, ride, ride]
   by: Carmen Lombardo; Gene Austin

Secondary Theme 2, 1935-40 for: Fibber McGee and Molly

 
Rin Tin Tin, The Adventures of
   by: Henry ["Hank"] Sylvern

Theme for: Rin Tin Tin, The Adventures of

 
Rio Rita [from the 1926 Ziegfeld stage production "Rio Rita"]
   by: Harry Tierney (m); Joseph McCarthy (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Ted Fiorito [big band shows]

 
Rock-a-Bye Baby (1872)
   by: Effie I. Canning (professional name of Effie I. Crockett)

Theme 6 for: Baby Snooks Show, The

 
Rolling Along
   by: Phil Baker

Theme 2 for: Phil Baker Show, The

 
Romance (Opus 44, No. 1) (1859)
   by: Anton Rubinstein

Theme 1 for: Linda's First Love

 
Romeo and Juliet (Fantasy Overture)
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky

Theme for: Passing Parade, The

 
Romeo and Juliet (Fantasy Overture) (aka: "Moon Love")
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky; Oscar Bradley (arr.)

Theme for: Screen Guild Show/Theatre, The Gulf

 
Rose of Tralee, The
   by: Charles. W. Glover; G. Mordaunt Spencer

Theme 2 for: Backstage Wife [aka: Mary Noble, Backstage Wife]

 
Rose Room (1917)
   by: Art Hickman (m); Harry H. Williams (w+m)

Secondary Theme for: Phil Harris/Alice Fay Show, The

 
Rosemary Love Theme, The
   by: Paul Taubman

Theme for: Rosemary

 
Roses In The Moonlight
   by: Peter De Rose; Joseph White

Theme for: Joseph White, Radio's Favorite Tenor

NBC, 1937

 
Salut d'Amour (Opus 12)
   by: Edward Elgar

Theme for: Betty and Bob

 
Salut d'Amour [aka: "Liebesgruss"; aka: "Love's Greeting"] (Op. 12, 1888)
   by: Sir Edward Elgar

Theme for: Magic Voice, The

 
San Antonio Rose
   by: Bob Wills

Signature Theme on various shows for: Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys [orchestra shows]

 
Sandalai
   by: Henry Russell (professional name of Henry Russell Olson)

Theme for: Celebrity Night

 
Save Your Sorrow (For Tomorrow)
   by: Buddy G. DeSylva; Al Sherman

Main Theme 1, pre-1940 for: Fibber McGee and Molly

 
Say It With Music [from the "Music Box Revue of 1921" ]
   by: Irving Berlin

Theme for: Brunswick Brevities

1929

 
Scatterbrain
   by: Frankie Masters; Johnny Burke; Kahn Keene; Carl Bean

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Frankie Masters [big band shows]

 
Scheherazade (a theme from the symphonic poem)
   by: Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Theme for: Arabesque

 
School Days (1906)
   by: Gus Edwards; Will D. Cobb

Theme for: Are You a Genius?

 
School-Days (1906)
   by: Gus Edwards; Will D. Cobb

Theme for: Quiz Kids, The

 
Schottische At Sunrise
   by: Don Marcotte

Theme 2 for: Bartons, The / Bud Barton / Story of Bud Barton

 
Scrapple Jingle, to the tune of "Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-Der-E"
   by: Henry J. Sayers (m)

Theme for: Olivio Santoro

 
Sears Radio Theater Theme
   by: Nelson Riddle

Theme for: Sears Radio Theater (Mutual Radio Theater)

CBS, 1979-80

 
Second Elizabeth (March), The [aka: G E College Bowl]
   by: Don Reid

Theme 2 for: General Electric College Bowl [aka: G E College Bowl]

 
Second Elizabeth, The
   by: Don Reid

Theme for: College Quiz Bowl, The [aka: "College Bowl", with Allen Ludden]

NBC, 1953

 
Seems Like Old Times
   by: Carmen Lombardo; John Jacob Loeb

Theme for: Arthur Godfrey Show, The

 

Theme 2 for: Arthur Godfrey Time

 

Close Theme for: Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts

 
Sentimental Journey
   by: Les Brown; Bud Green; Ben Homer

Signature Theme 3 on various shows for: Les Brown [big band shows]

 
Sentimental Rhapsody, from "Street Scene" [aka: "Street Scene"]
   by: Alfred Newman

Theme 2, used in middle for: My Friend Irma

 
Serenade (Rimpianto) [aka: Toselli's Serenade](1923)[used in the film "The Trespasser"]
   by: Enrico Toselli

Theme for: Goldbergs, The

 
Shangri-La
   by: Robert Maxwell (m); Matty Malneck (m); Carl Sigman (w)

Theme for: Radio City Playhouse

 
Shangri-La (1946)
   by: Carl Sigman (w)

Signature Theme 4 on various shows for: Les Brown [big band shows]

 
Sheriff, The [Sheriff Theme & Finale]
   by: Josef Bonime

Theme for: Sheriff, The

 
Shine On, Harvest Moon
   by: Nora Bayes-Norworth (m); Jack Norworth (w)

Theme 2 for: Vic and Sade

 
Shredded/Instant Ralston jingle [to the tune of: "When The Bloom Is On The Sage"]
   by: Nathaniel W. Vincent; Fred Howard (pseudonym of Fred Howard Wright)

Theme for: Tom Mix Ralston Straightshooters, The

 
Side By Side
   by: Harry MacGregor Woods

Theme 2 for: Ethyl and Albert

 
Side By Side (1927)
   by: Harry MacGregor Woods

Open Theme for: Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney Show, The

CBS, 1960 -

 
Sidewalks Of New York (East Side, West Side) (1928)
   by: Charles B. Lawlor; James W. Blake

Theme for: Children's Hour, The

 
Sim Sholom [Grant Peace]
   by: Traditional Jewish Melody

Theme for: Open Door, The

 
Sing It Again
   by: Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch

Theme for: Sing It Again

 
Singing a Song of the Saddle (1937)
   by: Frank Harford; Gene Autry

Theme 1 for: Melody Ranch (with Gene Autry)

 
Sittin' On A Log, Pettin' My Dog (1933)
   by: Edward E. Confrey; Byron Gay

Theme 2 for: Moylan Sisters, The

 
Sixty-Four Thousand Dollar Question Theme [aka: Love Is The $64,000 Question]
   by: Norman Leyden

Theme for: Sixty-Four Thousand Dollar [$64,000] Question, The

 
Sleep
   by: Earl Lebieg

Close Theme for: Chesterfield Time [with Fred Waring]

 

Close Theme for: Fred Waring Show, The

 
Slumber On (1928)
   by: Keith McLeod (m); Walter Preston (w)

Theme for: Slumber Music Hour, The

WJZ

 
Slumber Song
   by: Saul Joel Tepper; J. Chalmers ["J. C."] Mac Gregor

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Glenn Miller [big band shows]

 
Smile For A Smile, (I'll Give You) A
   by: Stanley Cowan; Bobby (aka: Bobby Scott Worth

Theme 3 for: Sealtest Village Store, The [with Ilene Woods and Ray Noble]

 
Smile With Me
   by: Meredith Willson

Theme for: Carefree Carnival

 
Smile You Miss, The (1929)
   by: Raymond Hubbell (m); William Cary Duncan (w)

Theme for: Freed Orchestradians, The

NBC, 1929

 
Smile, Darn Ya, Smile
   by: Max Rich (m); Charles O'Flynn (w); Jack Meskill (w)

Opening Medley, Part 1 for: Fred Allen Program, The [aka: Town Hall Tonight]

 
Smiles (1917)
   by: J. Will Callahan; Lee S. Roberts

Theme for: Ipana Troubadors, The

 
Smiles Are Made Out Of Sunshine [aka: "Smiles Are Made Out Of The Sun"] (1943)
   by: Ray Gilbert

Quaker Oats Sponsorship Open Theme, before 1953 for: Roy Rogers Show, The

 
Smoke Dreams
   by: John Klenner; Lloyd Shaffer; Ted Steele

Close Theme for: Chesterfield Supper Club, The [with Perry Como]

 
Smoke Rings
   by: H. Eugene Gifford (m); Ned Washington (w)

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra [orchestra shows]

 
Smoke Your Troubles Away (The Henry George Theme Song)
   by: Phil Cook

Theme for: Henry George [Cigars] Program, The

CBS, 1930

 
Snowfall
   by: Claude Thornhill (m); Ruth Thornhill (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Claude Thornhill [orchestra shows]

 
So Early In The Morning [aka: "Early In The Morning"]
   by: Traditional French-Canadian folk tune; arranged for Freddie Martin's Orchestra

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Freddie Martin [orchestra shows]

 
So Long For Awhile
   by: Irving Chansky

Close Theme 4 for: Your Lucky Strike Hit Parade [aka: "Your Hit Parade"]

 
So Long, Breakfast Clubbers
   by: Leroy Shield (m); Don McNeill (w)

Close Song for: Breakfast Club with Don McNeill, The

 
So Waits My Heart
   by: Dailey Paskman; Lionel Barrymore

Theme for: Mayor Of The Town [starring Lionel Barrymore]

 
Soconyland (Is Everywhere You Go) (1928)
   by: Wright; Alger

Theme 1 for: Standard Hour, The

 
Someday I'll Find You (fr. 1930 musical "Private Lives")
   by: Noel Coward

Theme for: Mister [Mr.] Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons

 
Something Good Is Going To Happen To You
   by: Ralph Carmichael (w & m)

Healing Theme for: Oral Roberts - Healing Waters [religion]

 
Something In Common
   by: Jimmy (pseudonym of Edward Chester Babcock) Van Heusen (m); Johnny Burke (w)

Theme 2 (1955 - 1956) for: Bing Crosby Show, The

CBS, 1954 - 1956

 
Sometimes I'm Happy [from the 1927 musical "Hit The Deck"]
   by: Vincent Youmans (m); Leo Robin (w); Clifford Grey (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Blue Barron [big band shows]

 
Somewhere In The World
   by: Nathan D. ("Nat") Ayer

Theme for: Palmolive Hour [Program], The [with Gustave Haenschen conducting the orchestra]

WAEF

 
Song Is Ended, The (But The Melody Lingers On) (1927) [used to advertise Norge appliances]
   by: Irving Berlin

Theme for: Norge Musical Kitchen, The [with Tim Ryan and Irene Noblette]

 

Theme for: Norge Program, The [with Louis Armstrong]

 
Song Of Mystery [based upon Sibelius' "Valse Triste"]
   by: Paul Carson

Theme for: I Love a Mystery

 
Song Of The Islands
   by: Charles E. King

Signature Theme on various shows for: Ben Pollack [orchestra shows]

 
Song of the Soul [incidental music for the 1909 drama "The Climax"]
   by: Joseph Carl Breil (m); Edward Locke (w)

Theme for: Right To Happiness, The

 
Song of Youth, The
   by: Richard William Leibert

Theme for: Her Honor, Nancy James

 
Songs For Sale Theme
   by: Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch

Theme for: Songs For Sale

 
Songs My Mother Taught Me (aka: Als die Alte Mutter, Op. 55, No. 4, 1880) [from "Zigeunermelodien" (Gypsy Songs) ]
   by: Antonin Dvorak (m); (English translator unknown)

Theme for: Household Hour, The [aka: "The Household Program"]

 
Sophisticated Swing
   by: Will Hudson; Mitchell Parish

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Les And Larry Elgart [big band shows]

 
Sorcerer's Apprentice, The [L'Apprenti Sorcier]
   by: Paul Dukas

Theme for: Mandrake, The Magician

 
Southearted Men [from the 1927 musical "New Moon"]
   by: Sigmund Romberg

Theme for: Famous First Facts (with Joseph Nathan Kane)

WOR, 1938-1939

 
Space Academy March
   by: Henry ("Hank") Sylvern

Theme for: Tom Corbett, Space Cadet

ABC, 1952

 
Spain (1924)
   by: Isham Jones; Gus Kahn

Theme for: Blackstone Plantation [w/Frank Crumit & Julia Sanderson]

 
Spain (1924)
   by: Isham Jones (m); Gus Kahn (w)

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Isham Jones [big band shows]

 
Spectator March
   by: Harry Sosnik

Theme for: Story Behind The Headlines (with Cesar Searchinger)

 
Spectator March (from "Real Silk" Radio Program)
   by: Harry Sosnik

Theme for: Real Silk Program, The

 
Spirit Of Progress March (1928)
   by: J. Oliver Riehl

Theme for: Riverside Hour, The [Montgomery Ward's Riverside Hour]

 
Stairway To The Stars (1939) [instrumental title: "Park Avenue Fantasy" (1935)]
   by: Matt ["Matty"] Malneck (m); Frank Signorelli (m); Mitchell Parish (w)

Theme for: Music By Malneck [with The Matty Malneck Orchestra]

 
Stand By
   by: Wade F. Denning Jr.; Lloyd Marx; Harold Orlob

Theme 3 for: Original Amateur Hour, The [Major Bowes, Ted Mack]

 
Star Burst
   by: Gene Krupa; Edwin A. Finckel

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Gene Krupa [big band shows]

 
Star Dreams
   by: J. Francis Burke; Sylvia Dee

Signature Theme on various shows for: Charlie Spivak [big band shows]

 
Star Dust (1929)
   by: Hoagy Carmichael (m); Mitchell Parish (w)

Theme for: Hollywood On The Air

 
Stars and Stripes Forever (March), The
   by: John Phillip Sousa

Theme for: National Farm and Home Hour, The

 
Stars In The Air
   by: Alexander Courage

Theme for: Stars In The Air / Screen Guild Theatre

CBS, 1951-52

 
Stars Over Hollywood
   by: Ivan Dale Ditmars

Theme for: Stars Over Hollywood

 
Stay As Sweet As You Are
   by: Harry Revel; Mack Gordon

Theme 1 for: Backstage Wife [aka: Mary Noble, Backstage Wife]

 
Stella Dee
   by: Ann Leaf

Sub-Theme for: Stella Dallas

 
Stop The Music
   by: Sam Coslow (m); Lou Halmy (arr.)

Theme 2, 1951-52 for: Stop The Music

 
Stop The Music
   by: Raymond Arthur ["Ray"] Bloch; Robert Arthur

Theme 3, 1954-55 for: Stop The Music

 
Stop The Music ("the official song of the radio show")
   by: Al Goodhart (m); Leni Mason (w); Arthur Berman (w)

Theme 1, 1948-51 for: Stop The Music

 
Strange Cargo
   by: Freddie Slack; Ray McKinley

Signature Theme on various shows for: Freddie Slack [big band shows]

 

Signature Close Theme on various shows for: Will Bradley Band, The [big band shows]

 
Streets of Laredo, The [aka: The Dying Cowboy]
   by: Traditional U.S. Western Song

Theme for: Red Ryder

 
Strike It Rich Theme
   by: Henry ["Hank"] Sylvern; Walter H. Framer

Theme for: Strike It Rich (with Warren Hull)

 
String Quartet in G Minor, third movement
   by: Claude Achille Debussy

Theme for: Brenthouse [Brent House]

 
Studio One
   by: Glenn ["Abe"] Osser

Theme 1 for: Studio One

 
Sugar Blues
   by: Clarence Williams (m); Lucy Fletcher (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Clyde McCoy [orchestra shows]

 
Summerfieled Cadets [aka: The All American March]
   by: Jack Meakin (m); Foster Carling (w)

Theme for: Summerfield Bandstand, The

NBC, 1947

 
Summertime [from the 1935 opera "Porgy And Bess"]
   by: George Gershwin (m); Dubose Heyward (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Bob Crosby [big band shows]

 
Sunbonnet Sue
   by: Gus Edwards (m); Will D. Cobb (w)

Theme for: David Harum

 
Sunday
   by: Jule Styne; Ned Miller; Chester Conn

Main Theme for: Phil Harris/Alice Fay Show, The

 
Sunoco March, The
   by: Harold Sanford

Theme for: Sunoco Show, The

 
Sunrise Serenade
   by: Frankie (m) Carle (pseudonym of Francis Nunzio Carlone); Jack Lawrence (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Frankie Carle [orchestra shows]

 
Sunrise Serenade
   by: Frankie Carle (m); Jack Lawrence (w)

Theme for: Rosa Rio Rhythms

 
Sunrise Serenade
   by: Jack Lawrence; Frankie Carle

Theme for: Society Girl

 
Sunshine
   by: Irving Berlin

Theme for: Snow Village Sketches

 
Superman March
   by: Sammy Timberg

Theme for: Superman

WOR/Mutual/ABC, 1940-51

 
Suspense Theme
   by: Bernard Herrmann

Main & End Theme for: Suspense

CBS, 1942-62

 
Sweet And Lovely
   by: Gus Arnheim; Harry Tobias; Charles N. Daniels

Signature Theme on various shows for: Gus Arnheim [orchestra shows]

 
Sweet Lady [from the 1921 musical "Tangerine"]
   by: Howard Johnson; Carlo Sanderson

Theme for: Frank Crumit and Julia Sanderson

 

Theme for: Singing Sweethearts [with Frank Crumit and Julia Sanderson]

 
Sweet Leilani
   by: Harry Owens

Theme for: Harry Owens & his Royal Hawaiians

 
Sweet Slumber (1904)
   by: Jacob Henry Ellis

Signature Theme on various shows for: Lucky Millinder

 
Sweetest Story Ever Told, The [aka: "Tell Me, Do You Love Me?"]
   by: R. M. Stults

Theme for: John's Other Wife

 
Sweetest Story Ever Told, The [aka: "Tell Me, Do You Love Me?"] (1920)
   by: Robert Morrison ["R. M."] Stults

Theme for: Song Of The City [aka: "Rainbow Court"]

 
Swing and Sway
   by: Pat Paterson; Sammy Kaye

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Sammy Kaye [big band shows]

 
Sylvania Song, The
   by: Keith McLeod

Theme for: Sylvanians, The

 
Symphony in D Minor (2nd Mvt.) [aka: Dream Rhapsody as popularized in an arrangement by Les Baxter and Leonard Pennario]
   by: Cesar Franck

Theme for: Quiet, Please

 
Symphony No. 1, First Movement Introduction
   by: Johannes Brahms

Theme for: We, The People

 
Take It or Leave It Theme for Eversharp Radio Program
   by: Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch

Theme for: Take It or Leave It

 
Take The 'A' Train
   by: Billy Strayhorn

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Duke Ellington [big band shows]

 
Tales From The Vienna Woods
   by: Johann Strauss Jr.

Theme for: American Radio Warblers

 
Tales from the Vienna Woods (Waltz)
   by: Johann Strauss Jr.

Theme for: Canary Pet Show, The

 
Tales From The Vienna Woods [Waltz] (Op. 325)(1868)
   by: Johann Strauss

Theme 1 for: Today's Children

 
Tales Of The Texas Rangers
   by: David D. Rose

Opening Medley, Part 2 & Close Theme for: Tales of the Texas Rangers

 
Tastyeast Is Tempting (jingle, to the tune of "Here's To Whiskey" [aka: How Do You Do, Ev'rybody, How Do You Do?])
   by: Trad. WW I song: "Mademoiselle From Armentieres" (aka "Hinky Dinky Parlez-Vous")

Theme for: Taystee Breadwinner, The

 
Teddy Bears' Picnic, The (1907)
   by: John W. Bratton; Jimmy Kennedy

Theme for: Big John and Sparky [weekend show title: No School Today]

 
Tell The Story
   by: F. Frey

Theme for: Big Town

 
Thank You, Father [from the 1930 musical "Flying High"]
   by: Ray Henderson (m); Buddy G. De Sylva (w); Lew Brown (w)

Close Theme for: Shell Chateau, The (with Al Jolson)

 
Thanks for the Memory [from the film "The Big Broadcast of 1938"]
   by: Leo Robin; Ralph Rainger

Signature Theme on various shows for: Bob Hope

 
Thanks for the Yanks
   by: Jack Meakin; Bob Hawk; Robert Sour

Theme for: Thanks for the Yanks (The Bob Hawk Show)

CBS, 1942-47

 
That's All
   by: Bob Haymes (m); Alan Brandt (w); Tony Aquaviva (arr); perf. by the Andre Kostelanetz Orch.

Theme for: Music Until Dawn [from Chicago, hosted by Bob Hall]

 
That's The Song of Songs For Me (1929)
   by: Harold Levey (m); Henry M. Neely (w)

Theme for: Forhan's Song Shop

 
That's What I Like About The South (1944)
   by: Andy Razaf; Phil Harris

Theme 2 for: Fitch Bandwagon, The [when Phil Harris hosted]

 
Theme - Thin Man Show
   by: Frederic ["Fred"] Fradkin

Theme for: Thin Man, The Adventures of...[and "The New Adventures of..."]

 
Theme for "The Brighter Day"
   by: William Meeder

Theme 2 for: Brighter Day, The

 
Theme for Big Sister
   by: Dean Herrick

Theme 2 for: Big Sister

 
Theme for 'This Is Nora Drake'
   by: Charles F. Paul

Theme for: This Is Nora Drake

 
Theme from "Death and Transfiguration" (Op. 24) (1889)
   by: Richard Strauss

Theme for: Everyman's Theater [Arch Oboler plays]

 
Theme from "The Song of Bernadette" [1943 film]
   by: Alfred Newman

Theme 2 for: Against The Storm

NBC/Mutual/NBC, 1939-52

 
Theme from "The Swan Lake Ballet, Op. 20"
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky

Theme for: Bullocks Show, The

 
Theme from Small Town D.A.
   by: Nathan Van Cleave

Theme for: Small Town D.A.

 
Theme, Private Eye [<sic>]
   by: Charles F. Paul

Theme for: Martin Kane, Private Eye

 
There's A Home In Wyoming (1933)
   by: Peter De Rose; William J. ["Billy"] Hill

Open Theme for: Mary Small's Revue

 
There's A Long, Long Trail
   by: Stoddard King; Zo Elliott

Theme 2 for: Chaplain Jim

 
There's A Small Hotel [from the 1936 musical "On Your Toes"]
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Theme 1 for: Glamour Manor

 
There's No Business Like Show Business [from the 1946 musical "Annie Get Your Gun"]
   by: Irving Berlin

Open/Close Theme 1 for: Milton Berle Show, The

1936 - 1949

 

Theme 1 for: Original Amateur Hour, The [Major Bowes, Ted Mack]

 
Think Of Me
   by: Will Bradley; T. Fetter

Signature Open Theme on various shows for: Will Bradley Band, The [big band shows]

 
Thinking Of You [aka: "(I've Grown So Lonesome) Thinking Of You"] (1926)
   by: Walter Donaldson; Paul Ash

Signature Theme on various shows for: Kay Kyser [big band shows]

 

Theme for: Kollege of Musical Knowledge, The

 
Third Man Theme, The [title theme from the 1949 film]
   by: Anton Karas

Theme for: Third Man, The (The Lives of Harry Lime)

 
This Can't Be Love [from the 1938 musical "The Boys From Syracuse"]
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Theme for: Jack Haley Show, The

 
This Hour is Yours (1943)
   by: Julius Haug (m); Adrian Michaelis (w)

Theme 2 for: Standard Hour, The

 

Theme for: Standard School Broadcast

 
This Is Broadway
   by: Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch

Theme for: This Is Broadway

 
This Is It! [from the 1939 musical "Stars In Your Eyes"]
   by: Arthur Schwartz (m); Dorothy Fields (w)

Theme 2 for: Aldrich Family, The

 
This Is Our Enemy [cues]
   by: Nathan Van Cleave

Theme for: This Is Our Enemy [mini-series title music]

 
This Is Your Life [aka: Life Theme]
   by: Alexander Laszlo

Theme for: This Is Your Life (with Ralph Edwards)

 
This Love of Mine
   by: Frank Sinatra; Henry W. ("Hank") Sanicola; Barry Parker

Open Theme 2 for: Frank Sinatra [signature song on various programs]

 
Those We Love
   by: Louis ["Lou"] Silvers; Sidney ["Sid"] Silvers; Calvin ["Cal"] Kuhl

Theme 3 for: Those We Love

 
Thoughts While Strolling
   by: Meredith Willson

Theme 4 for: Baby Snooks / Maxwell House Coffee Time

 

Theme 2 for: Maxwell House Coffee Time

 
Three Little Words [from the 1930 film "Check and Double Check"]
   by: Harry Ruby (m); Bert Kalmar (w)

Theme for: Double Or Nothing

 
Thrill Of A New Romance, The (1939)
   by: Fausto Curbelo (m); Xavier Cugat (m); Harold Adamson (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Fausto Curbelo [big band shows]

 
Thrivo Jingle
   by: Elizabeth Zindel

Theme 1 for: Moylan Sisters, The

 
Time To Smile
   by: Les Brown; Geoffrey Clarkson; James L. Hill; John H. ["Johnny"] Mercer

Theme 1 (circa 1940) for: Abbott and Costello Show, The

 
T-Men Theme
   by: Paul Sawtell

Theme for: T-Men

 
Tonight We Love [Theme from Piano Concerto No. 1]
   by: Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky

Theme for: Mercury Theater On The Air [aka: Campbell Playhouse]

 
Too Late (1931)
   by: Victor Young; Sam M. Lewis

Theme for: Fifteen Minutes With Bing Crosby

CBS, 1931- 1932

 
Toot-Toot, Tootsie (Goo Bye) [from the 1922 Al Jolson musical "Bombo"]
   by: Gus Kahn; Ernie Erdman; Ted Fiorito; Robert A. King; Dan Russo

Theme [Tootsie Roll candy sponsor] for: Dick Tracy

 
Toy Trumpet, The
   by: Raymond Scott (professional name of Harry Warnow); Lew Pollack; Sidney D. Mitchell

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Raymond Scott [orchestra shows]

 
Trail of the Lonesome Pine, The [aka: In The Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia]
   by: Ballard MacDonald; Harry Carroll

Theme 3 for: Arthur Godfrey Time

 
Traumerei (Dreams) [No. 7 from "Children's Scenes"]
   by: Robert Schumann

Theme for: Tony Wons' [Radio] Scrapbook

 
True Detective Theme No. 1
   by: Chester ["Chet"] Kingsbury

Theme 1 for: True Detective

 
True Detective Theme No. 2
   by: Chester ["Chet"] Kingsbury

Theme 2 for: True Detective

 
Tumblin' Tumbleweeds
   by: Bob Nolan

Theme 2 for: Sons of the Pioneers, The [vocal group shows]

 
Turkey In The Straw [aka: "Zip Coon"] (circa 1830's)
   by: Traditional American folk song

Theme 2 for: Misadventures of Si and Elmer, The

 
Tuxedo Junction
   by: Erskine Hawkins (m); William Johnson (m); Julian Dash (m); Buddy Feyne (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Erskine Hawkins [big band shows]

 
Twenty Mule Train
   by: Herb Taylor; Milt Raskin

Main & End Theme for: Death Valley Days

 
Twenty Questions
   by: Bernard Green; Moe Jaffe; Dick Hardt

Theme for: Twenty Questions

 
Twilight Time
   by: Al Nevins (m); Mortie Nevins (m); Artie Dunn (m); Buck Ram (w)

Theme for: Three Suns, The [music shows]

 
Two [a 1961 episode score of "The Twilight Zone" TV series -- theme is from a section which starts a few minutes into the score]
   by: Nathan Van Cleave

Theme for: CBS Radio Mystery Theatre

CBS, 1974-82

 
Two Cigarettes In The Dark
   by: Lew Pollack; Paul Francis Webster

Cigarette Sponsorship Theme for: Tommy Dorsey [shows sponsored by Kool or Raleigh Cigarettes]

 
Two Cigarettes In The Dark [from the 1934 film "Kill That Story"]
   by: Paul Francis Webster; Lew Pollack

Theme 2 for: Jack Pearl Show, The

 
Two Guitars
   by: Traditional Russian folk melody

Theme for: A & P Gypsies, The

WEAF/NBC, 1923-36

 
Two-A-Day [aka: Vaudeville Days], from the "Structural Music" library
   by: Alexander Laszlo

1950 Carnation Sponsorship Theme for: Burns and Allen

 
United States Steel March
   by: Bernard Green

Theme for: U S Steel Hour, The / Theatre Guild On The Air

 
Until The Real Thing Comes Along
   by: Saul Chaplin (birth name: Saul Kaplan); Sammy Cahn (birth name: Samuel Cohen); L.E. Freeman; Mann Holiner; Alberta Nichols

Signature Theme on various shows for: Andy Kirk and His Clouds Of Joy [big band shows]

 
Until Tomorrow
   by: Sammy Kaye

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Sammy Kaye [big band shows]

 
Uptown Blues
   by: Jimmie Lunceford

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Jimmie Lunceford [big band shows]

 
Valse Bluette
   by: Riccardo Drigo

Theme 1 for: Big Sister

 
Valse Triste [for the drama "Kuolema", Opus 43]
   by: Jean Sibelius

Theme for: I Love a Mystery

 

Theme for: I Love Adventure

 
Variations on Wieniawski's "Romance" (2nd mvt. of Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 22, 1862)
   by: Henri Wieniawski (m); John Gart (adapter/arr.)

Theme 2 (since 1947 on CBS) for: Guiding Light, The

 
Very Thought Of You, The
   by: Ray Noble

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Ray Noble [orchestra shows]

 
Vieni Su
   by: Ted Fiorito; Sunny Skylar (pseudonym of Selig Shaftel)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Carl Ravazza [music shows]

 
Vilia [from the 1907 operetta "The Merry Widow"]
   by: Franz Lehar (m); Adrian Ross (w)

Signature Theme 4 on various shows for: Guy Lombardo [orchestra shows]

 
Voice of R.K.O., The
   by: Tom Kennedy

Theme for: R.K.O. Radio Hour, The

 

Theme for: R.K.O. Radio Theater, The [with host William Hanley]

 
Wailing To The Four Winds
   by: probably Loring ["Red"] Nichols (unverified at this time)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Red Nichols [big band shows]

 
Waltz You Saved For Me, The
   by: Wayne King (m); Emil Flindt (m); Gus Kahn (w)

Theme for: Lady Esther Serenade, The

 
Waltz You Saved For Me, The (1930)
   by: Wayne King (m); Emil Flindt (m); Gus Kahn (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Wayne King [big band shows]

 
Waltzing
   by: J. Oliver Riehl (m); Bill Gorman (w); Ed Gorman (w)

Theme for: Florsheim Shoe Frolic, The

NBC, 1930

 
Was I To Blame For Falling In Love With You?
   by: Victor Popular Young; Gus Kahn; Chester Conn

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra [orchestra shows]

 
Washington Evening Star March, The [aka: "Evening Star March"]
   by: William J. Stannard

Theme for: National Radio Forum, The

 
Wave The Flag (For Hudson High) [aka: Have You Tried Wheaties?]
   by: possibly James Peterson (??)

Theme for: Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy

 
Way You Look Tonight, The
   by: Jerome Kern

Main & End Theme for: Mister [Mr.] and Mrs. North

 
Way You Look Tonight, The [from the 1936 film "Swing Time"]
   by: Jerome Kern (m); Dorothy Fields (w)

Theme for: By Popular Demand

 
We Must Be Vigilant, from the 1942 film "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" (adapted from F. W. Meacham's "American Patrol")
   by: Frank W. Meacham (m); Joseph A. Burke (music adapter); Edgar Leslie (words)

Close Theme for: Hour of Charm, The

 
We Want Cantor [a 4-note motif over the "Heart and Soul" chord progression, reprised in Gerry Mulligan's "Bop City"]
   by: Louis Gress (??)

Sub-Theme (circa 1932) for: Eddie Cantor

 
Wedding March (1851) ["Marche des Fiancialles" from the opera "Lohengrin", aka "Here Comes The Bride"]
   by: Richard Wagner

Theme for: Bride and Groom

 
Wedding March, The (1844) [from "A Midsummer Night's Dream"]
   by: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Theme 1 for: I Want A Divorce

 
Weeping Willow
   by: Scott [??] Joplin

Theme 1 for: Those We Love

 
Wendy
   by: Ann Leaf

Theme 2 for: Wendy Warren and the News

 
We're In The Money (The Gold Diggers Song) [from the film "Gold Diggers Of 1933"]
   by: Harry Warren (m); Al Dubin (w)

Theme 2 for: Doctor [Dr.] I. Q. (the Mental Banker)

 
We're On Our Way
   by: Walter Fleischer (??)

Theme 2 for: Coast-to-Coast on a Bus [orig. title: "The Children's Hour"]

 
Westminster Chimes [aka: The Westminster Carol]
   by: William Crotch (organist in 1793 for St. Mary's Church of Cambridge England)

Opening Billboard for: Big Sister

 
What Is This Thing Called Love? [from the 1930 musical "Wake Up And Dream"]
   by: Cole Porter

Open Theme for: Leo Reisman and his Orchestra

 
What You Need Theme
   by: Nathan Lang Van Cleave

Theme for: What You Need

CBS

 
What'll You Have? Pabst Blue Ribbon (Beer jingle, to the tune of "Ten Little Indians")
   by: Traditional Nursery Rhyme Tune

Theme 1 for: Life Of Riley, The

 
Whats My Name Theme
   by: Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch

Theme 2 for: What's My Name?

 
What's My Name?
   by: John Marion Gart

Theme 1 for: What's My Name?

 
What's New? [orig. title: "I'm Free"]
   by: Bob Haggart (m); Johnny Burke (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Billy Butterfield [big band shows]

 
When a Gypsy Makes His Violin Cry
   by: Emery Deutch; Jimmy Rogan; Richard B. Smith; Frank Winegar

Theme for: Emery Deutch Orchestra, The [the "Poetic Strings"]

 
When I Grow To Old To Dream [from the 1935 film "The Night Is Young"]
   by: Sigmund Romberg (m); Oscar Hammerstein II (Eng. w)

Theme 3 [dramatic] for: Lorenzo Jones

 
When I Told The Village Bells
   by: L. Wolfe Gilbert; William B. Kernell

Close Theme for: Mary Small's Revue

 
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
   by: Ernest R. Ball (m); Chauncey Olcott (w); Geo Graff Jr. (w)

Theme for: Duffy's Tavern

 
When It's Lamplightin' Time In The Valley (1933)
   by: Joe Lyons; Sam C. Hart; Herold Goodman; Dean Upoon; Curt Poulton

Close Theme for: Frances Langford Show, The

 
When It's Sleepy Time Down South
   by: Clarence Muse; Leon T. Rene; Otis J. Jr. Rene

Signature Theme on various shows for: Louis Armstrong [band shows]

 
When My Baby Smiles At Me
   by: Ted Lewis; Bill Munro; Andrew B. Sterling

Signature Theme on various shows for: Ted Lewis [big band shows]

 
When Summer Is Gone [aka: (How I'll Miss You When) Summer Is Gone]
   by: Hal Kemp

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Hal Kemp [big band shows]

 
When The Moon Bids The Sun Goodnight (1938)
   by: Basil Ziegler; Lou Shank

Theme 3 for: Baby Rose Marie

 
When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain (1931)
   by: Howard E. Johnson; Harry M. Woods

Signature Theme 1 on various shows for: Kate Smith

 
When The Organ Played At Twilight (The Song That Reached My Heart)(1931)
   by: Jimmy Campbell (m); Reginald ["Reg"] Connelly (m); Raymond Wallace (w)

Theme 2 for: Armstrong Theater of Today, The

 
Where Else But Here? [from the 1939 operetta "Let Freedom Ring"]
   by: Sigmund Romberg (m); Edward Heyman (w)

Theme 2 for: Musical Americana [with Deems Taylor and the Raymond Paige Orchestra]

 
Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day)
   by: Fred Ahlert; Roy Turk; Bing Crosby

Signature Theme on various shows for: Bing Crosby

 

Theme 2 for: Chesterfield Cigarettes Presents "Music That Satisfies" [with Bing Crosby]

 

Open Theme & Close Theme 1 for: Chesterfield Time [with Bing Crosby]

 

Theme 2 (1936) for: Kraft Music Hall, The [West Coast w/Bing Crosby]

 

Theme 3 for: Woodbury Soap Program, The [with Bing Crosby]

 
Where Were You Last Night?
   by: Al Dubin; Harry M. Woods

Theme for: Aunt Jemima / The Jad Hour

1929 - 33

 
Where You Are
   by: [unknown]

Theme 2 for: Silver Dust Twins [Goldy and Dusty, aka: "The Gold Dust Twins"]

 
Whispering
   by: John Schoenberger; Richard Coburn; Vincent Rose

Theme for: Whispering Jack Smith

 
Whispering Streets Theme
   by: Marius Constant

Theme for: Whispering Streets

CBS, 1952-60

 
Whistler And His Dog, A (1905)
   by: Arthur Pryor

Theme 3 for: Uncle Walter's Doghouse

 
Whistler and His Dog, The (1905)
   by: Arthur Pryor

Theme 3 for: Johnson Family, The

 
Whistler, The
   by: Wilbur Hatch

Theme for: Whistler, The

 
White Knight, The [from the orchestral suite "Through The Looking Glass" (1919, rev. 1922)]
   by: Joseph Deems Taylor

Theme 1 for: Musical Americana [with Deems Taylor and the Raymond Paige Orchestra]

 
White Star Of Sigma Nu, The [fraternity song]
   by:

Signature Theme on various shows for: Johnny Long [orchestra shows]

 
Who? (Stole My Heart Away) [from the 1925 film "Sunny"]
   by: Jerome Kern (m); Otto Harbach (w); Oscar Hammerstein II (w)

Theme 1 for: Aldrich Family, The

 
Whoop! Whoop!! Whoop!!! Make a Noise Like a Hoop (and Roll Away) (1908)
   by: J. Fred Helf (m); Ren Shields (w)

Theme 1 for: Gay Nineties Revue, The [with Joe Howard]

 
Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf?
   by: Frank E. Churchill (m); Ann Ronell (w)

Theme for: Mickey Mouse Theater Of The Air, The

 
Will You Remember (Sweetheart) [from the 1917 musical "Maytime"]
   by: Sigmund Romberg (m); Rida Johnson Young (w)

Theme for: Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters, The

 
William Tell Overture [from the opera, "finale" section]
   by: Giacchino Rossini

Theme for: Lone Ranger, The

 
William Tell Overture [from the opera, "storm" motif section]
   by: Giacchino Rossini

Theme for: Jungle Jim, The Adventures of

 
Wing To Wing
   by: Billy Mills

Main Theme 4, circa 1940 for: Fibber McGee and Molly

 
Winged Messenger
   by: Charles Williams

Theme for: Silver Eagle

 
With A Song In My Heart [from the 1929 musical "Spring Is Here"]
   by: Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)

Theme 2 for: Major Bowes' Capitol Family

 
Wonderful One [actual title: "My Wonderful One (Ma Petite Fee)"]
   by: Marshall Neilan (m); Paul Whiteman (m); Ferde Grofe (m); Dorothy Terriss (w)

Theme for: Charlotte Greewood Show, The

 
Wonderful One [actual title: "My Wonderful One"]
   by: Paul Whiteman (m); Ferde Grofe (m); Dorothy Terriss (w)

Theme 3 for: Young Widder Brown

 
Woodchoppers' Ball
   by: Joseph ("Joe") Bishop; Woody Herman

Signature Theme 3 on various shows for: Woody Herman [big band shows]

 
World Outside, The (Theme from "The Warsaw Concerto", from the 1941 British film "Dangerous Moonlight", released in the U.S. in 1942 as "Suicide Squadron")
   by: Richard Addinsell

Theme for: Radio Hall of Fame, The

 
Yale Boola March and Two-Step (1901) [original title: "La Hoola Boola" (1897)]
   by: Robert ["Bob"] Cole; William ["Billy"] Johnson; with new lyrics by A. M. Hirsh

Alternate Title Theme 1 for: Frank Merriwell, The Adventures of

 
Yankee Doodle Boy [from the 1904 musical "Little Johnny Jones"]
   by: George M. Cohan

Open Medley, Part 1 for: Jack Benny Program, The

 
Yeast Foamers' March, The
   by: J. Oliver Riehl

Theme for: Yeast Foamers' Orchestra, The

 
You (Gee But You're Wonderful) [for the 1936 film "The Great Ziegfield"]
   by: Walter Donaldson (m); Harold Adamson (w)

Theme for: Art Linkletter's House Party [aka: Pillsbury House Party]

 
You and I
   by: Meredith Willson

Theme 5 for: Baby Snooks / Maxwell House Coffee Time

 

Main Theme 1 for: Maxwell House Coffee Time

 
You and I Know (from the 1937 musical "Virginia")
   by: Arthur Schwartz (m); Al Stillman (w); Laurence Stallings (w)

Theme for: Front Page Farrell

 
You And The Night And The Music [from the 1934 musical "Revenge With Music"]
   by: Arthur Schwartz (m); Howard Dietz (w)

Theme for: Pet Milk Show, The

 
You Are My Lucky Star [from the film "Broadway Melody of 1936"]
   by: Nacio Herb Brown (m); Arthur Freed (w)

Theme for: Auction Gallery [aka: Victory Gallery; Radio Auction]

 
You Are My Lucky Star [from the film "Broadway Melody of 1936"]
   by: Arthur Freed (w)

Theme 1 for: Doctor [Dr.] I. Q. (the Mental Banker)

 
You Bet Your Life
   by: Jerry Fielding; Sydney ("Syd") Robin

Theme (Desoto-Plymouth sponsorship) for: You Bet Your Life (Groucho Marx Show, The)

circa 1950

 
You Betcha Life (medley of "Hooray for Captain Spaulding" and "Groucho and the Wolf" B-Theme)
   by: Jack Meakin; Harry Ruby; Bert Kalmar

Theme for: You Bet Your Life (Groucho Marx Show, The)

NBC, 1952-53

 
You Don't Say Theme
   by: Rex Koury; William Yazeman; Ralph H. Andrews

Theme for: You Don't Say

 
You Go To My Head
   by: Haven Gillespie; J. Fred Coots

Signature Theme on various shows for: Mitchell Ayres [big band shows]

 
You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song
   by: James ["Jimmy"] Durante (m); Ben Ryan (w)

Open Theme 2 for: Jimmy Durante

 
You Were Meant For Me [from the 1929 film "The Broadway Melody"]
   by: Nacio Herb Brown (m); Arthur Freed (w)

Theme for: Five-Star Jones

 
You'll Never Know (1928)
   by: Billy Rose; Arthur Franklin; Al Jolson

Theme 3 for: Fitch Bandwagon, The [when Alice Fay hosted]

 
Young At Heart
   by: Johnny Richards (m); Carolyn Leigh (w)

Signature Theme on various shows for: Johnny Richards [orchestra shows]

 
Young Widder Brown Theme
   by: Lewis P. ["Lew"] White

Theme 2 for: Young Widder Brown

 
You're A Life Saver (1935)
   by: Ed East

Theme for: Life Savers Rendezvous

NBC

 
You're Just A Dream Come True
   by: Isham Jones

Signature Theme 2 on various shows for: Isham Jones [big band shows]

 
You're My Lucky Charm
   by: Raymond Scott (professional name of Harry Warnow); Charles Chancer

Signature Theme on various shows for: Mark Warnow Orchestra, The

 
Yours Is My Heart Alone [aka: "You Are My Heart's Delight", from the 1923 operetta "The Land of Smiles"]
   by: Franz Lehar (m); Beda Fritz Loehner (w); Ludwig Herzer (w)

Theme for: Day In The Life of Dennis Day, A

 
Zero Minus Sixty, from the Chappell Recorded Music Library
   by: Robert Farnon

Theme 2 (1955), Part 1 for: X-Minus-One

 
[original theme - title unknown]
   by: Howard Barlow (??); Donald Voorhees (??)

Theme 2 for: March Of Time, The [aka: "The March of Time Quiz"]

 
[original theme - title unknown]
   by: Billy May

Open Theme 2, later episodes for: Ozzie and Harriet, The Adventures of

CBS/NBC/CBS/ABC, 1944-54

 
[original theme - title unknown]
   by: George Basil ["Buzz" or "Buzzy"] Adlam

Open Theme 3, later episodes for: Ozzie and Harriet, The Adventures of

CBS/NBC/CBS/ABC, 1944-54

 
[original theme - title unknown]
   by: Paul Taubman (??); William Meeder (??)

Theme for: Perry Mason

 
[original theme - title unknown]
   by: Chester ["Chet"] Kingsbury

Theme 2 for: Second Mrs. Burton, The

 
[theme title under investigation]
   by: Bernard Herrmann

Theme 1 for: Ellery Queen, The Adventures of

CBS/NBC/CBS/NBC, 1939-47

 
[theme title under investigation]
   by: probably Mark Warnow

Theme 1 for: Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar

 
[theme title unknown]
   by: Albert John Jr. ("Bert") Buhrman

Theme for: Dimension X

NBC, 1951 - 52

 
[theme title unknown]
   by: Don Becker

Theme for: Man I Married, The

 
[theme title unknown]
   by: Leith Stevens (??); Charles F. or Paul (??)

Opening Signature for: Shadow, The

 
[theme title unknown]
   by: Don Becker

Theme for: We Love And Learn

 
[theme title unknown]
   by: Albert John Jr. ("Bert") Buhrman

Theme 1 (1951) for: X-Minus-One

 















































































































































































































































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