BPM 130: This is a high energy dance version of this popular Christmas carol. Vivacious, rousing and celebratory. The synth instruments and electro beats give this carol a completely new sound.
BPM 93: A mixture of musical styles. Hip-hop grooves, a smooth bass line, sleigh bells and various orchestral instruments combine to create a modern take on ballet music. Perfect for holiday commercials with a modern twist. Enchanting yet fun.
BPM 70: Beautiful, melodic and lovely. This track is to be enjoyed with a cup of hot chocolate. Soft, high violins, choir, celesta and tambourines create the perfect mood for a wintry scene.
BPM 220: Merry Christmas in a French swing style! Instrumentation includes guitar, drums and violin solos. Positive, energetic and happy!
A modern and emotive arrangement of the popular Christmas carol with a poignant piano and strings towards the end. Peaceful, beautiful, and elegant. A great subtle track for holiday TV advertisements or projects.
BPM 125: An up-tempo original Christmas track that conjures up images of the festive season. Sleigh bells and orchestral sounds provide the perfect ambiance to the holidays. Light, playful, and happy.
BPM 133: Whimsical, cozy and gentle. This track feels as if flowing through different colors and boasts a lively, yet soft orchestral sound. Features pizzicato strings, glockenspiel, celesta, cheerful flute runs and woodwinds. Good for movies, comedies, and corporate videos. Its dynamic sections make it great for cartoons and animated projects.
BPM 140: A lively and fun track with lots of personality!!! Listen as the clarinet and xylophone interweave various playful melodies, to a backdrop of instruments such as the harp, bassoon and pizzicato strings. This cheeky uplifting track would be perfect for feel good TV adverts and sitcoms, injecting a sense of fun into productions.
BPM 184: An up tempo, full rock band version of the Christmas classic. The piece features, guitar, bass, punchy drum, sleigh bells and organ. Cheerful, spirited and rebellious!
BPM 160: An energetic guitar driven version of a well appreciated Christmas hymn also known as Adeste Fideles. Uplifting and intense. This track is well suited for seasonal advertisements needing a boost of energy!
BPM 120: A delicate and soft interpretation of this well known Christmas Carol. Warm, reflective and charming. A great piece to add a touch of gentleness to any holiday advertisement or project.
BPM 184: Uptempo ukulele version of the Christmas classic. Cute, funny and festive. With ukulele, bass, glockenspiel, snaps, claps, sleigh bells, and percussion.
BPM 136: A light, almost childish, version of this Christmas classic. Piano, bells, celesta and glockenspiel all create a whimsical sound full of holiday cheer. Great for commercials and promos.
BPM 103: Need new shoes? A new handbag? This intense electro pop song is all about having fun. Perfect for women advertising, family and especially shopping-themed ads! Electronic bassline, handclaps, catchy guitar licks and soft vocals make this one a thrilling ride.
BPM 132: A happy, upbeat and positive track. This piece embodies the spirit of celebration with family and friends. A perfect song for corporate or inspirational projects/presentations.
A beautiful string trio (2 violins & cello) performance of Johann Pachelbel's famous Canon in D Major. Immediately recognizable and appropriate for weddings or special occasions. Stirring, soft, and flowing.
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BPM 100: A gentle, finger picked acoustic guitar piece accompanied by strings and flute. Based on Greensleeves, an old English song, this track is beautiful, sweet and soft. Also makes for a great seasonal track as well.
BPM 112: This is a modern twist on the traditional Christmas carol. Refreshing, uplifting and melodic. This track also exudes a slightly eerie vibe.
BPM 50: A brass arrangement of the famous New Year's Eve theme. Emotional, passionate and sentimental. This song is a great anthem for the end of one year and the beginning of something new.
BPM 160: Dick Dale's Misirlou guitar style is applied here to this Christmas carol classic. Drum, bass, guitar and tubular bell are all featured in the arrangement. Fun, quirky, playful.