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signature tune

Brit a melody used to introduce or identify a television or radio programme, a dance band, a performer, etc.
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Other mementoes included a record of the Blue Peter signature tune arranged by Mike Oldfield, a copy of Radio Times and six of Goldie's hairs.
It is being used as a signature tune on ITV during the championships.
The entire middle section is spent justifying his pursuit of Patti Boyd, for whom he wrote his signature tune, Layla.
I usually try to give it a go until I see half-a-dozen Jacob Rees-Moggs in dinner jackets, manically waving their Union Jacks as they belt out Thatcher's post-Falklands signature tune, Land of Dope and Tory, and I pray for an uninsurable act of God to strike.
The major recording deal ran for nine years and produced 14 acclaimed studio albums, as well as a string of hit singles, including his million-selling signature tune 'Edelweiss' (taken from the Rogers and Hammerstein musical The Sound Of Music).
In Town Tonight' followed by 'Music Hall' with the likes of Suzette Tarri (introduced by her signature tune Red Sails in the Sunset)and Rob Wilton or Nat Mills and Bobbie, and others too many to mention.
Which performer had the signature tune There's No Business Like Show Business?
The band's repertoire included signature tune Men of Harlech and Italian arias O Sole Mio and Nessun Dorma.
The Inverness-based composer was among a number of people who pitched for the River City signature tune.
MASTERMIND 40th birthday The first edition series came from chaired by Magnus The programme's signature tune is Menace, composed Richardson who years ago.
The album's title track became the band's signature tune, and a "revisited" version of the track - featuring Paul Gascoigne - even reached number two in the charts in 2002.
ITH an updated signature tune, a "tweet" poetry competition and a new chairman, Y Talwrn returns to BBC Radio Cymru this weekend.