Coda is a musical term used to denote the ending, or conclusion of a musical composition. It is frequently preceded by the repeat of a passage of music. The best-known example is the familiar Edward Elgar
Pomp and Circumstance played at graduations. The music is repeated while all graduates walk through the graduation line, and then jumps to the Coda to end the music after the last graduate. See more
Ensign Harry Kim
I know, Captain Janeway wouldn't want us to be sitting around, moping. She'd want us to be cheering each other up, remembering the good times. Like the away mission when we found all those bushes of overripe fruit. I must've eaten half a kilo. My hands and mouth were all purple... And the Captain... The Captain came and sat down next to me... and her mouth was all stained, too. She put her arm around my shoulder... and she said... She said... "Ensign, these are the times we have to remember."
Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway See more