Tonight I watched the latest episode of Elementary, followed by The Smithsonian Channel's The Real Story on Apollo 13, the movie by Ron Howard. Followed by the first episode of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, a TV show from 1954. It turns out Holmes was played by an actor named Ronald Howard.
The theme music for The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is the same as Transylvanian Lullaby, the violin music in Young Frankenstein. I tried to find the origin on Google, but it seems everyone attributes it to Mel Brooks, and I still don't the real author. But now I know a popular version of it is by a musician named David Wright, which is my name. And someone wrote a Sherlock Holmes story named Transylvanian Lullaby.
My search for the author continues. Time to see how much more meta this gets.