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Old Time Radio Theme Music K

Although OTRCAT.com does not have recordings of every series listed below, the following is
quick reference guide to old time radio show series, theme music title, and composer (when available).

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  • Kate Smith
    1. Signature Theme 1: "When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain" (1931) - Howard E. Johnson; Harry M. Woods
    2. Signature Theme 2 on various shows: "Marching Along Together" (1933) - Edward Pola; Fred Steininger; Mort Dixon
  • Kay Kyser [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "Thinking Of You" [aka: "(I've Grown So Lonesome) Thinking Of You"] (1926) - Walter Donaldson; Paul Ash
  • Keep 'Em Rolling - "Flame Of Freedom Is Burning, The" - Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)
  • Kitty Keene, Incorporated - "None But The Lonely Heart" (Nur, wer die Sehnsucht kennt)(Op. 6, 1869) [featured the 1933 RKO Radio film "Little Women"] - Piotr Ilyich ["Peter"] Tchaikovsky (m); Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (German lyric); Arthur Westbrook (Eng. Lyric)
  • Kollege of Musical Knowledge, The - "Thinking Of You" [aka: "(I've Grown So Lonesome) Thinking Of You"] (1926) - Walter Donaldson; Paul Ash
  • Kraft Music Hall, The
    1. Theme 1: "Rhapsody In Blue" - George Gershwin
    2. Theme 2 (with Bing Crosby) (1936): "Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day)" - Fred Ahlert; Roy Turk; Bing Crosby
    3. Alt. Theme Arr. (circa 1951): (March) Hail, K.M.H. - Theodore Eugene Oberdorfer (may be a pseudonym for John Scott Trotter & Carroll Carroll)
    4. Theme 3 (with Al Jolson) (1947 - 49): "April Showers" [from the 1921 musical "Bombo"]- Louis Silvers (m); Buddy G. De Sylva (w)
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