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title music

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Definition of title music in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Music played during the credits at the beginning or end of a television programme or film.
Example sentences
  • But this is not his only claim to fame - Big George has composed the title music for numerous BBC television programmes including Have I Got News for You?
  • People remembered title music, but incidental music that was used four, five times a year?
  • This featurette looks at the team that puts this together and the composers for the title music and show soundtrack.

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