A well-known Christmas carol arranged for solo harp. Delicate, sensitive, and simple. This track's beauty lies in its simplicity and makes for a wonderfully moving piece for any holiday project.
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Upbeat guitar version of this favorite Christmas song and holiday classic. This version has a lush foundation of acoustic guitars, percussion and drums. The melody is carried by the guitars and bells.
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.
A lively and modern interpretation of this classic Christmas carol from John Mason Neale (1853) Merry, joyful and celebratory. This track is a great way to instill the holiday spirit into any project.
BPM 112: A lovely tune with a pirate-like, or Irish theme. Great track for a light and gentle dance with a folk flavor. Quartet made up of acoustic guitar, flute, pizzicato cello, bells and tastily played percussion.
BPM 91: A folk-pop arrangement of the Christmas classic "Joy to the world". Instrumentation includes: acoustic guitars, piano, strings and drums. Upbeat, lively and joyful.
BPM 80: A very soft acoustic version of the holiday favorite "O Come All Ye Faithful". This track features a beautiful arrangement of guitars that seem to have an angelic vocal quality. Delicate, gentle and elevating.
The Ave Maria was composed in about 1825 by Franz Schubert (1797-1828) when he was twenty-eight years old. This piece is beautifully finger picked and creates a peaceful ambiance. Well suited for underscoring imagery of beauty and emotion.
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BPM 136: This is a slow minuet or waltz based on the old English song Greensleeves. It has also become a Christmas carol since 1865 when William Chatterton wrote the Christmas lyrics.
BPM 90: Magical bells, a groovy double-bass and light drums all come together to create a great holiday track. All the ingredients you need to make Santa smile while eating milk and cookies can be found in this tune. Seasonal, cheerful and happy.
BPM 88: A very gentle and soft version of this popular Christmas song. Tranquil, beautiful, and elevating. This harp solo will add an almost somber radiance to any seasonal project.
BPM 100: Also known as "O Come All Ye Faithful", this is a classical guitar version with strings. This piece exudes a wonderfully relaxing ambiance. A great piece for sharing the piece and reverence that comes with the holiday season.
BPM 150: Played with a gypsy jazz waltz mood, this is a stylish rendition of "We Wish You A Merry Christmas". Includes violin, drums and guitar. Merry, jolly and very French sounding!
BPM 111: Based on the English song Greensleeves, this Christmas Carol version is tranquil, pensive and peaceful. Instantly recognizable, this track has a beautiful, but almost somber mood at the same time. Well suited for any holiday project.
BPM 120: An uplifting, happy and easy listening version of this classic Christmas song. This version is in 12/8 which make it sound very dynamic and moving. A great way to add a touch of the holiday spirit into a project while being a bit different at the same time.
BPM 74: This piece features a very light melodic rendition of a classic Christmas carol. Gentle, relaxing and peaceful. This track would be well suited for any subdued and low key project.
BPM 88: This is a unique classical guitar trio for this traditional English Christmas carol. Great track to create intimate, warm and festive vibes.
BPM 104: Calm, gentle and peaceful. This is a Christmas classic with a southern ukulele twist! Other instrumentation includes bass, djembe and sleigh bells. Well suited for any seasonal project needing a way of standing out of the crowd.