BPM 114: Happy vibes, an optimistic beat, piano, synths and guitar come together to create a light techno pop track. Gentle, playful and friendly. This track is well suited for any project advertising a service or product.
BPM 100: A well-known Christmas carol first performed in Austria on December 24, 1818. The arrangement features celesta, vibraphone, oboe, violin, flute, synth, bass and drums. Smooth, happy and relaxing.
BPM 75: Main title orchestral music for a comedy or even drama film. A minimalistic orchestral approach with piano and a few modern synth techniques. Starts sparingly as an underscore and then building to a big climax which melts softly in the end.
This classic Christmas carol redone with a techno sound. Light, charming and modern. This track would feel right at home in any corporate, commercial or advertising project.
The famous Silent Night tune played with a piano and a viola, with an inspirational mood. Real instruments and a warm, calm and authentic atmosphere.
BPM 90: A light hip-hop version of Angels We Have Heard On High. This arrangement includes a full choir, electric piano, clavinet, bass, and drums. Playful, modern and comforting.
BPM 90: This track takes your around the world with this version of a classic Christmas tune. The arrangement features electric guitar, classical strings, Indian vocals, African drums beats, a female choir, bass, shakuhachi, clarinet and flute. Dynamic, contemporary and unique.
BPM 97: A Christmas classic (God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen) performed in a soft jazzy lounge style. Drum loop, Rhodes electric piano and electric guitar fill out the arrangement. Festive, classy and cool.
BPM 80: A smooth guitar driven interpretation of one of the most loved Christmas carols. Poignant and emotional. This is a great alternative to any holiday project you might have in the works.
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 108: Also known as Adeste Fideles, this well love Christmas hymn interpretation is very relaxing and quiet. A wonderful way to add a sense of holiday spirit and elegance to a seasonal project. Gentle, calm, and serene.
BPM 100: A joyful world beat with uplifting tone. A great track to underscore a holiday project in a non traditional way. Different, stylistic and unique.
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 106: A happy and light Christmas track. The song conveys the spirit of children and toys. Joyful, playful, and sparkling.
BPM 96: A Christmas classic, "Little drummer boy" in a reggae style. Quirky, different and stylish. This track is a definite way to make your standard holiday project stand out a bit more.
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 120: A jazz swing version of this popular Christmas piece. A Count Basie rhythm section style (4 on the floor) gives this piece its style. Instruments used include: strings, upright bass, drums, piano and guitar.
BPM 100: A very soft bluesy jazzy interpretation of this classic Christmas Eve carol. Peaceful, relaxed and calm. This track works well for a wide variety of holiday projects.
BPM 113: Light, happy and joyful. This track has a jumpy beat and chipmunk like synths. A playful holiday composition that stands out from traditional seasonal music.
An orchestral soft interpretation of this classic Christmas carol. Gentle, warm, and easy. This is a great soft track to underscore any Christmas advertisement or commercial.