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 140: A dramatic trailer track that's great for any rom/com, comedy or dramedy. It begins with an emotional and nostalgic piano and strings section, which leads into a more up-tempo and pensive section with fast staccato strings, piano, acoustic guitar, vibraphone, percussion and woodwinds. The track ends with another slow piano, acoustic guitar, and string section.
BPM 100: A minimal waltz full of mystery, magic and wonder. The lead marimba melody evokes the sound of tiptoeing, raindrops or any gentle, everyday sound. Glockenspiel, Hollywood strings, triangle, "tick-tock" style percussion, hand snaps and a full choir fill out the arrangement. Perfect for time lapses, movie trailers, montages, beautiful imagery and fantasy or nature related content. Contains hints of new age, celtic and classical music. Simple and easy for "on-the-fly" editing.
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.
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring is the English title of the 10th movement of the cantata Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. Today, it is often performed at wedding ceremonies slowly and reverently. Beautiful, emotional, peaceful.
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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 93: A jazzy arrangement of the Christmas classic "O Come All Ye Faithful". Instrumentation includes: saxophone, jazz guitar, and vibraphone. Perfect for creating a cheerful and merry vibe in any project.
BPM 140: An exciting and dynamic interpretation of this famous English Christmas carol with an Asian twist. The arrangement features: shakuhachi, shamizen, koto, pipa, bass and taikodrums. Determined, powerful yet still reverent.
BPM 90: A Christmas classic with a current, stylish and uplifting feel. This interpretation definitely exudes an easy listening vibe. Makes for great background music in any seasonal project.
BPM 90: A soul version of this favorite Christmas song featuring vibraphone, electric piano, and saxophone over a groovy bass and drum tracks. Well suited for holiday advertisements needing a cool vibe. Chill, relaxed and spirited.
BPM 90: This track features a Christmas atmosphere, 8 bit tune. Funny, groovy and cheerful. Can fit any video game, holiday project, flash animation or anything made for kids.
BPM 60: A pure moment of emotion. This version of one of the most famous Christmas carol is sung by Felicia Farerre. Enjoy the softiest voice of Christmas. (first part in english, second part in french)
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 92: Originally by Johann A. P. Schulz (1747-1800). This is favorite Christmas carol among many. Relaxed, calm and delicate. The harp gives this piece an almost lullaby-like sound.
BPM 122: A Christmas carol in a retro video game sound style, with a touch of 1980s progressive rock! Unique, exciting and cool. A perfect track for those seeking music for Christmas themed levels!
BPM 93: A Funk/Hip-Hop version of Jingle Bells. This track offers a new take on an old holiday classic, driven by Fender Rhodes, electric guitar and a funky bass line. Light, funny, and playful.
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.
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 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 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.