BPM 110: A happy and dynamic orchestral Christmas arrangement. Strings, brass, woodwind, celesta, glockenspiel, piano and sleigh bells fill out the arrangement nicely. A melodic theme with variations that is sure to get the listener into the holiday spirit!
Feels good, bright, delicate and smiley. The left hand follows a soft swing pattern while the right hand caresses the keys to create beautiful melodies. Chipper, soft and loving.
BPM 90: This track sounds like a gentle and loving lullaby. Perfect for children, this slow track creates a relaxed and tender vibe. Instrumentation includes: marimba, xylophone and glockenspiel.
BPM 89: A lighthearted orchestral track with a playful and inquisitive nature. The celeste, bassoon, clarinet and various percussion instruments combine to create an ideal backdrop for moments of expectation, anticipation and wonder. Also good for Christmas-themed visuals, and elements of the unknown within game shows.
BPM 141: A joyous track that conjures images of families and friends caught up in the holiday spirit. Wonderful melodies of the piano and clarinet are supported by an accompaniment of pizzicato strings, bassoon, harp, sleigh bells and various orchestral instruments.
BPM 69: This selection was recreated using a combination of a Fender Rhodes piano and a music box. A minimalist version that would be great for a sing along. Youthful, pure and kind.
A child’s fantasy waltz. Instrumentation includes: cello, violin, accordion and classical guitar. This track is well suited for content geared towards children such as animated works or as background music for a project needing a quirky, lively vibe.
BPM 120: Solo electric guitar track. Bouncy and carefree with a carefree feeling. Great for promoting gentle and happy vibes.
BPM 120: Soft, fun and innovative. The rhythms heard are made from desktop sounds like staples, a computer keyboard, human steps, doors and mixed with easy melodies played by a minimal orchestra. Perfect for the web, technology and comedic shorts.
BPM 70: A gentle, soft and soothing music box style track. "Good Christian Men Rejoice, "O Come Little Children" and "Joy to the World" form a beautiful child like medley. This Christmas tune sounds just like a lullaby.
BPM 120: This track is a minimalist interpretation of a classic children's rhyme. Simple, sweet and innocent. Well suited for any project geared towards children.
BPM 120: An engaging, positive, bright and orchestral track. The warm and descriptive introduction evolves gradually to reach an emotive and hopeful moment. Calm, peaceful, tender.
BPM 68: Funny, light-hearted and goofy. This song plods along in a humorous and silly mood. A great piece for an animated short or children focused project.
BPM 100: Light, uplifting and enchanting music. This track gives off a fairy tale, fantasy vibe and evokes images of an elder telling stories to children. The piece includes flute, acoustic guitar, soft piano, strings and bells.
BPM 96: A silver lining song. Even if times are hard, there's always a light at the end of the tunnel. Melancholic piano yet an uplifting, heartwarming acoustic guitar and lively drums persist. Ideal for fundraisers, campaigns and advertisements.
BPM 100: A feel good, happy and gentle track. Celesta, strings, bass, synths and soft percussion communicate well-being and harmony. Well suited for TV advertisements.
BPM 127: A positive and light piano piece with woodwind, contrabass and percussion. This warm and enjoyable track has an almost fairy tale like mood. Suitable for cartoons, drama or film.
BPM 120: Lighthearted and heroic. The piece is suggestive of happiness, grandeur and victory. Communicates ideas of light, joyfulness, and being young.
BPM 118: This offbeat, sprightly piece is quirky and inquisitive. The track features pizzicato strings, mallets, quirky woodwinds and understated percussion. Light in tone and incredibly versatile.
BPM 90: A story all about a boy flirting with a girl. An innocent, lovely tune with acoustic guitar, live percussion and bass and jazz brush drums. Easy going and fun.