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 88: A very gentle and soft version of this popular Christmas song. Tranquil, beautiful, and elevating. This harp solo will add an almost somber radiance to any seasonal project.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
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 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 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 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 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 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.
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.