BPM 80: Christmas Lullaby from composer Augusta Holmes. Great for music box use. Fairyland, magic of Christmas.
BPM 136: This is a slow menuet 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: Bluesy and groovy interpretation of a classic carol. With trumpet , saxophone alto, bass trumpet, trombone, guitar, sousaphone, drums. Funky, somewhat hectic and playful. Late night feeling.
BPM 80: Classic Christmas carol, New-Age arrangement. Soft and easy listening, lush pads, piano, pan flute and soft rhythm.
BPM 119: A soft rock version of the song that commemorates the story of the birth of Jesus Christ found in the Gospel of Luke.
BPM 134: Nice and bouncy jazz waltz, with trumpet, alto saxophone, acoustic guitar, bass and drums. Well known Christmas Carol of German origin. Swirling, romantic and warm.
BPM 72: Reggae version of this traditional Christmas Song. Electric Guitar, Drum beat and bass line. Positive, refreshing and Cheerful.
BPM 91: Folk-pop arrangement of the Christmas classic "Joy to the world". With acoustic guitars, piano, strings and drums. Upbeat, lively and joyful.
BPM 92: Better known as Angels We Have Heard on High, this is a relaxing traditional Christmas track. Classical guitar duet.
BPM 100: Jingle Bells in a Gypsy style with a Cajun beat. Harmonium, Spanish solo and rhythm guitar, bass, flamenco steps, tubular bells, voices. Playful exotic fiesta.
BPM 120: Quirky nu-jazz reworking of traditional Christmas carol with drums, bass, vibes and sfx.
BPM 110: A gentle guitar duet version of the traditional French Christmas Carol “Il est ne le divin enfant”.
BPM 70: Urban Bluesy version of one of the most loved Christmas carol. Guitar driven, smooth and intense. Mellow, Passionate, Soft, Spiritual.
BPM 75: Soft Electro Version of a traditional Christmas Carol (Deck the Hall). Melody played with different plucked sounds over a redundant bass groove and a cool/ gentle (semi-electro) drum beat.
BPM 118: Countdown to Christmas through the great Santa's clock. Playful original Holiday composition. Little "clock" percs, with chimes, bass and smooth pad.
BPM 140: Fast paced jazzy interpretation. Bass trumpet, bass clarinet, tuba, wash board. The song is based on a traditional French carol known as Les Anges dans nos Campagnes.
BPM 100: A well-known Christmas carol first performed in Austria on December 24, 1818. Celesta, vibraphone, oboe, violin, flute, synth, bass, drums. Smooth, happy and relaxing.