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 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 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 112: A lovely tune with a pirate-like, or Irish theme. Great track for a light and gentle dance with a folk flavor. Quartet made up of acoustic guitar, flute, pizzicato cello, bells and tastily played percussion.
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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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 120: Dreamy, tender and delicate. This version is very close to a lullaby feel. Electronic and orchestral instruments couple for this underwater waltz.
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.
BPM 94: Whimsical ballad full of joy and wonder. Soft woodwinds back a pointy staccato piano track. The song unfolds into a lush "walking" serenade and finishes on a naive and gentle note. Playful, cute and evocative.
BPM 168: It's Christmas! Shout it out Loud! A powerful, happy and energetic Jingle Bells version, sung in the old crooner fashion by a strong male voice over a soaring, smiling and playful jazz orchestra! Features a brass section, with trumpets, trombones, sax, piano, choirs, electric guitars with a rock n' roll and blues sound, and a punchy, thick drum and bass section. Plenty of groove! A perfect song for christmas advertising, film trailer, christmas movies, corporate or family videos. The sound is big and warm, winning and exciting, with an explosive end. Xmas at its best vintage tone! Lively, Uplifting and Feel Good!
The famous Merry Christmas tune played with a piano and a viola, with an inspirational mood. Real instruments and a calm, warm, and authentic atmosphere.
BPM 124: The famous Jingle Bells tune with at the beginning piano, a beautiful female voice, and some christmas bells. Then getting jazzy with doublebass and brushes.. A nice atmosphere for christmas !
BPM 110: The famous Silent Night tune in a peaceful version : pure and beautiful voices, a music box and an organ coming in the middle... A soft and nice atmosphere for christmas.
BPM 120: According to the legend this piece was written by King Henry VIII for his future wife, Anne Boleyn. This version tries to catch the vibe and traditional celtic sound of this romantic era. With English horn, mandolin, acoustic guitar, strings section, bagpipes, Irish whistle and percussions
BPM 180: Santa's riding a huge wave this year with that High energy Punk Surf guitar version of Joy To The World. It features Drum, Bass, Guitar (Dick Dale's style) and tubular bells.
BPM 159: A jolly version of the Christmas classic, in the style of a European Street Band. Accordion, double bass, glockenspiel, guitar, strings, tuba, drums and flute. A track with all the feel-good factor - ideal for commercials during the holiday season.
BPM 46: "We Three Kings" (Of Orient Are) is a famous Christmas carol written by the Reverend John Henry Hopkins, Jr. in 1857. This version features the clear and bewitching voice of Felicia Farerre, accompanied by a soft and minimalistic orchestra.