BPM 240: French gypsy jazz! An up-tempo version of the classic holiday track. Energetic and swinging! Violin and gypsy jazz guitar improvisation are featured.
BPM 105: An exciting and inspiring ukulele driven track with earthy piano and dramatic drum accompaniment. The piece contains violins, strings, percussion and upright double bass. Great for creating a feel good, positive mood in your project.
An interesting, if less well known traditional seasonal hymn. This track features choir with pipe organ accompaniment. Beautiful, reverent. and elevating
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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 89: This track is ideal for creating the Christmas vibe in an island setting. This slow and peaceful version of a holiday classic features: acoustic guitars, drums, electric piano, and xylophones. This tune will make the listener want to grab a cold one and go decorate a tree.
BPM 80: A classic Christmas carol done in a new-age arrangement. Soft, calming and peaceful. lush pads, piano, pan flute and soft rhythms make up the arrangement.
BPM 80: A Christmas lullaby from composer Augusta Holmes. This track is great for music box use. Beautiful, magical and delicate.
BPM 122: A funny and playful version of the best known Christmas song. Happy, humorous and rhythmic. This track is well suited for any modern, holiday advertising project.
BPM 90: A bluesy and groovy interpretation of a classic carol. Instrumentation includes trumpet , saxophone, bass, trumpet, trombone, guitar, sousaphone and drums. Funky, somewhat hectic and playful this track gives off a late night feeling.
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 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 72: A Reggae version of this traditional Christmas song. Electric guitar, drum beats and bass lines fill out the arrangement. Positive, refreshing and cheerful.
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 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 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 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 140: A joyful and light version of this Christmas classic. Acoustic guitars, drums , organ, bells and xylophones fill out the arrangement. The piece gives a warm feeling to the holidays and will work great for any seasonal project.
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 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.