BPM 119: A soft rock version of the classic Christmas carol that commemorates the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. This piece is great for any project with a narrative taking place during the Christmas season. Cheerful, joyful and melodic.
BPM 134: A nice and bouncy jazz waltz, with trumpet, alto saxophone, acoustic guitar, bass and drums. This is a great rendition of the well known Christmas carol of German origin. Swirling, romantic and warm.
BPM 100: Jingle Bells performed in a Gypsy style with a Cajun beat. The arrangement features: harmonium, Spanish solo and rhythm guitar, bass, flamenco steps, tubular bells and voices. Playful exotic, and festive.
BPM 70: This mellow, passionate and soft track is an urban bluesy version of one of the most loved Christmas carols. Guitar driven, smooth and emotional. This track also features drums and bass.
BPM 140: A fast paced jazzy interpretation of a Christmas classic. The arrangement includes trombone, trumpet, bass clarinet, tuba, and wash board. The song is based on a traditional French carol known as Les Anges dans nos Campagnes.
BPM 92: Better known as Angels We Have Heard on High. This is a relaxing traditional Christmas track performed in a classical guitar duet ensemble.
BPM 118: This track represents the countdown to Christmas by a great clock belonging to Santa. This playful and original holiday composition stands out from traditional holiday tracks. Instrumentation includes: chimes, bass and smooth pads.
BPM 75: A soft electro version of a traditional Christmas carol (Deck the Hall). The melody is played with different plucked sounds over a redundant bass groove and a cool/gentle (semi-electro) drum beat. Modern, festive and cool.
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 120: A quirky nu-jazz reworking of a traditional Christmas carol. Instrumentation includes drums, bass, vibes and sfx. Spacey, bizarre and seasonal.
BPM 110: A gentle guitar duet version of the traditional French Christmas Carol “Il est ne le divin enfant”. Subtle, delicate and darling.
BPM 120: Dreamy, tender and delicate. This version is very close to a lullaby feel. Electronic and orchestral instruments couple for this underwater waltz.
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.
The classic Christmas carol but with a modern beat. The melody is carried by the electronic bells over a synth pad beat. The loop versions add choir.
BPM 70: A traditional version on this Christmas classic. Organ is accompanied by flute, violin and glockenspiel, then a full choir and string section. Solemn, yet delicate and passionate.
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BPM 180: A jazzy and happy version of this classic Christmas carol. Based on the traditional French Christmas classic “Il est ne le divin enfant”. Very bubbly, light and playful.
BPM 100: "O Come All Ye Faithful" for the English translation. This is a classic Christmas hymn rearranged in a rhythmic modern and mellow mood. Subtle, relaxed and gentle.
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 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 125: A lively and joyous rendition of a favourite Christmas Carol. The light orchestration consists of clarinet, string section, bassoon, flute, harp, French horn, percussion and glockenspiel. Heart-warming and festive - ideal for the holiday season.