signature tune

  1. a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program
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How To Use signature tune In A Sentence

  • Even the distinctive signature tune has been re-recorded to provide a more modern feel.
  • Strains of Sinatra's signature tune would have completed the snapshot of Britain's tardy and most controversial swimmer.
  • Each programme had exciting graphics, instantly identifiable signature tunes and a competition.
  • If noise is the signature tune of the world, the silence is the music of the other world, the closest thing we know to the harmony of the spheres.
  • I think by the way, you might think of having trumpets and trumpeters do your signature tune when have you a new one.
  • A signature tune was also used to herald the entrance of an individual performer in variety shows, a practice that continues on some television chat-shows.
  • This is your resident DJ signing off for another week with our signature tune.
  • Darts takes the showbusiness thing seriously, with the players entering the arena to their own signature tunes. Times, Sunday Times
  • They and piccoloist Katie Rodrick played the band's signature tune in June for residents of Metzenbaum Center in Chesterland. Undefined
  • It was Buddie's signature tune, the one his band always played at the start of every session.
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