How to use Theme-songs in a sentence
A treasure trove for fans of Japanese music, matching theme songs to pop idols.
Most Web sites that feature games, skits, and lessons for preschoolers have a music section, and many of these sections include holiday theme songs.
Because soap opera theme songs are broadcast so frequently, they quickly become identified with the dramas they represent.
Well written television theme songs stand the test of time the way any classic song does.
Television theme songs are beloved pieces of pop culture; some theme songs are so memorable that nearly everyone can sing along to them, even decades after the shows themselves have left the airwaves.Advertisement
Oddly enough, in recent years, TV theme songs seem to have gone the way of the dinosaurs, but this fact just makes the vintage ones that much more memorable.
By this definition, it is clear that TV programs have moved away from the use of dedicated theme songs.
These programs make effective use of music throughout the shows, but they do not have specific theme songs.
There could be a number of reasons for the shift away from TV theme songs.
It becomes en vogue to structure TV shows in a certain way and so as shows like Ugly Betty which just "start" become popular, everyone repeats the formula and TV theme songs become passé.Advertisement
These technologies give people the power to fast forward through the opening credits, so theme songs become irrelevant.
Fast forwarding through the opening sequence of a show might save some time, but thinking of some of the classic TV theme songs from the past may have you harkening back to the good old days.
There have also been some great instrumental TV theme songs.
This list of great TV theme songs could go on and on and no two people are likely to have the same list.
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The song also helped cement composer John Williams' reputation as the go-to man in Hollywood for killer movie theme songs that are sure to stay with the audience long after the credits have rolled.
Up until that time, it was common for movies to have theme songs with lyrics or to use a popular song as a theme song.
After Star Wars, movie directors turned to using large, sweeping, symphonic theme songs that made a strong statement.
Furthermore, many of the more popular tracks and Disney theme songs have been put on compilation CDs to make it easier for listeners to find.