BPM 100: A gentle, finger picked acoustic guitar piece accompanied by strings and flute. Based on Greensleeves, an old English song, this track is beautiful, sweet and soft. Also makes for a great seasonal track as well.
BPM 165: Classy arrangement of this famous Christmas carol for a jazz quartet. The melody is played on piano then on jazz guitar. The intensity grows until the ending.
BPM 120: A delicate and soft interpretation of this well known Christmas Carol. Warm, reflective and charming. A great piece to add a touch of gentleness to any holiday advertisement or project.
BPM 140: A music box version of this Christmas song. Smooth, light and dreamy. This version reminds us of the magic and spirit of Christmas time. Instrumentation includes: music box, sleigh bells, soft strings and voice pads.
BPM 175: Here's a quirky acoustic version of this great Christmas standard. Rag time guitar, dixie banjo, glockenspiel, drum, bass and melotron are the instruments involved in this track.
BPM 220: This track features an acoustic guitar and ukulele version of the classic 'Deck the Hall'. Instrumentation includes: ukulele, bells, bass, percussions, acoustic guitar. A great track for any holiday project needing that chipper and cheerful mood!
BPM 120: Magical, twinkling and fantastic. This piece begins with crystalline bells and then a bold, exciting and happy melody begins to unfold. The piece brings to mind a place where the amazing and wonderful is built and shaped. A production line of dreams is where this track will take you.
BPM 155: A Reggae/Folk version of this Christmas carol. The melody and rhythm are played on Ukulele and is accompanied with classical guitar. bass and percussion.
A smooth acoustic/classical arrangement of "The First Noel". This track feature gentle piano and violin that convey a very gentle and tender mood. A whole phrase is played with solo piano, and then laid over with violin and piano together.
BPM 88: This track features a very soft version of a hymn to the Virgin Mary. It has also been made into a Christmas carol. Delicate, serene, peaceful and perfect for adding a touch of beauty to a project.
BPM 97: A modern, acoustic arrangement of the popular Christmas carol Silent Night. Acoustic guitars, piano and brushed drums create a subtle and warm feel with vibraphone and glockenspiel adding that extra Christmas sparkle. Beautiful, peaceful and cheerful.
BPM 120: A funny interpretation of this well loved Christmas song. The track features vocals and other 'authentic' elements. Joyous, playful and effervescent. This track sounds like the office putting together an impromptu Christmas choir.
BPM 96: A delicate rendition of this beloved Christmas carol. Originally by Edmund Sears (1810-1876), this interpretation communicates a sense of gentleness and sweetness. Well suited for any holiday project or advertisement.
BPM 88: A very mellow guitar rendition of one of the best known and beloved Christmas carols. Elegant, quiet and simple. This piece will have you wishing to sit by a fire and enjoying the glow of the lit Christmas tree.
BPM 112: A lovely interpretation of this Christmas carol classic. Smooth, quieting and delicate. This track features a unique duet between an acoustic and eclectic guitar.
BPM 110: A delicate and gentle interpretation of this well loved Christmas carol. Sweet, gentle and intimate. Well suited for adding a touch of beauty to any holiday project.
BPM 92: An exquisite and delicate version of this classic Christmas song. The delight finger picking style will set a tender and intimate mood. Elevating, cheerful and joyful.
BPM 78: A soft and quiet interpretation of this popular Christmas carol. Beautiful, delicate and sweet. This track is well suited for any holiday project needing a touch of tenderness and tranquility.
BPM 144: Acoustic piano starts out this carol-like piece. Bright, shiny and moody. The melody turns into a truly joyous line. Instrumentation includes acoustic piano and bass.