BPM 145: Who says you can't rock on Christmas day? Revisit this timeless classic with booming drums and scorching guitars! Festive, energetic and merry.
BPM 130: An energetic Dixieland jazz interpretation of a classic Christmas carol. Instrumentation includes: trumpet, alto saxophone, trombone, sousaphone, guitar, and drums. Festive, playful, and fun.
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!
BPM 118: This Christmas carol is based on Greensleeves, an old English song that is a soft minuet or a waltz. This is a pure symphonic track with a classical guitar theme. Very inspiring and natural.
BPM 136: This track is a Christmas tale of comedy and mischief. Jingling bells, exuberant strings, and rhythmic mallet percussion result in a piece well suited for animated projects. This mysterious and sneaky piece keeps you on the edge of your seat.
BPM 99: A modern take on a holiday classic. The piece is driven by pianos, flutes and a harpsichord. This piece is well suited for seasonal TV advertisements needing to convey the holiday spirit in a unique way.
BPM 95: A joyful and fun Brazilian samba rendition of this Christmas classic. Festive, fun and different. This is a great way to make your holiday project stand out.
An unsettling Christmas fantasy instrumental. This piece sounds like The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy re-imagined in a dark way. Strange, mysterious and magical. A great track to cue when conflict arises within your Christmas narrative.
BPM 105: A modern and light Christmas track with a funky beat. This minimal track features a popping crystalline sound scheme. Fun, cute and delicate.
A well known Christmas hymn sung by male voices and boys choir with pipe organ accompaniment. Reverent, joyful and religious. This is a great seasonal track for any scenes or projects taking place within a church.
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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 70: A beautiful soft classic from Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). This holiday favorite is performed by a string quartet. Well suited for communicating sophistication and beauty.
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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 60: A classic Christmas tune, with angelic children voices, and bells. This piece brings to mind images of snow, sleigh rides and holiday memories. A great track to give any project that seasonal mood and tone.
BPM 120: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen performed with a unique jazz style. The smooth jazz bossa nova sound is created by the contra bass, piano, drums, acoustic guitar and orchestral strings. Classy, sophisticated and festive.
BPM 100: A very gentle interpretation of a Christmas classic. Instrumentation includes: a glockenspiel melody over acoustic piano, drum and bass with a touch of soprano saxophone and electric piano. Smooth, quiet and relaxing.
BPM 121: A Brazilian bossa nova arrangement of the famous Christmas Carol. Classy, relaxing and refined. Performed by a jazz quartet featuring acoustic bass, drums, guitar and piano.
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 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.