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.
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.
BPM 140: Mid tempo, jazzy version of the Christmas classic. Cool, relaxed and groovy. With guitar, saxophone, drum, upright bass, piano and vibraphone.
BPM 80: The classic Christmas carol in its purest version (synth pad, pure voice, tiny bells), featuring the marvelous and angelic voice of Felicia Farerre.
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: A medium tempo Latin Rumba guitar interpretation of the Christmas classic. Cultural, seasonal, and beautiful. This track is great for cleverly inserting that holiday feel in a project without being overtly obvious.
BPM 120: A revamped version of the holiday classic. Crisp and funky with elements of urban jazz. This track is stylized yet commercial at the same time.
BPM 100: A classic Christmas song (Angels We Have Heard On High) in 8 bit style. This basic arrangement features a cool retro vibe. Unique, different and stylish.
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 120: A beautiful, loving and unusual track. Clarinet, celesta, drum kit, djembe, bass and strings all come together to create an atmospheric and unique sound. Incredibly versatile and could be used on anything from narrative projects to nature documentaries.
A smooth jazz piano performance of this classic Christmas carol. Very calm, gentle and serene. Great for any holiday projects or advertisements that want a classy and cozy vibe.
A beautiful jazz piano version of this classic Christmas carol. A warm, joyful, virtuosic and elegant holiday track full of the holiday spirit. Well suited for holiday commercials or projects.
BPM 154: An electro/trance style version of this Christmas classic. Contemporary, energetic and exciting. This track is an excellent and modern choice for conveying the holiday spirit while being unique at the same time.
BPM 135: This piece spins the traditional Christmas carol with a rock/metal vibe. The track features electric guitar, violin and drums. This arrangement gives the traditional carol an exciting and powerful mood.
BPM 84: A smooth jazz version of the Christmas classic. This track features saxophone, guitar and piano. Gentle, tender and perfect for any seasonal or holiday project.
BPM 88: A country arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol. Gentle, laid back and simple. A great piece for any season commercials or holiday content.
BPM 97: This is a country rendition of the Celtic classic "What Child Is This". Instrumentation includes violin, guitar, and pedal steel guitar. Gentle, relaxed and seasonal.