Theme music is a musical composition that is often written specifically for radio programming, television shows, video games, or films and is usually played during the title sequence, opening credits, closing credits, and in some instances at some point during the program. The soundtrack to the 1937 Walt Disney animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (https://youtu.be/3ZdaU6LGbcM) (RQ 10) was the first commercially issued film soundtrack.
There are 4 links to Theme music within this blog:
Eigenharp The Bond Theme 49 (https://youtu.be/zcVqJh0qEMc) (RQ 6).
Elgart, Lee Bandstand Boogie 1 (from 1954: https://youtu.be/yR1WPkLnnZo) (RQ 9).
Evans, Ray (& Jay Livingston) Bonanza 56 (https://youtu.be/k9JGDq2jp5c) (RQ 9).
Mandel, Johnny M.A.S.H. (Suicide is Painless) 56 (https://youtu.be/ODV6mxVVRZk) (RQ 10).