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 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 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 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 140: A music box version of this Christmas song. Smooth, light and dreamy. This version reminds us of the magic and spirit of Christmas time. Instrumentation includes: music box, sleigh bells, soft strings and voice pads.
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.
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 115: A country version on this Christmas song classic. Dynamic, lively and contemporary. Instrumentation includes violin, electric guitar, slide guitar, bass and drums.
BPM 220: Merry Christmas in a French swing style! Instrumentation includes guitar, drums and violin solos. Positive, energetic and happy!
BPM 64: A piano and bells version of this Tchaikovsky classic. Backed up with sleigh bells, this track has a traditional Christmas feel. Delicate, light, and magical.
BPM 186: Traditional up tempo jazz version of the Christmas classic. Cheerful, happy and festive. With guitar, piano, upright bass and drum.
BPM 80: This track fuses Christmas and hip hop! The piece features a new twist on a traditional English Christmas carol. Surprising, fun and spirited.
BPM 175: Here's a quirky acoustic version of this great christmas standard. Rag time guitar, dixie banjo, glockenspiel, drum, bass and melotron are the instruments involved in this track.
BPM 77: An orchestral but subtle re-arrangement of the classic carol. Originally by Franz Gruber, 1818. Celesta, piano, muted strings and solo violin create a reverent and serene atmosphere.
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 165: Classy arrangement of this famous Christmas carol for a jazz quartet. The melody is played on piano then on jazz guitar. The intensity grows until the ending.
This popular Christmas carol starts with a solo voice from a choir boy before building up to the whole choir. The choir is then accompanied by pipe organ. Reverent, holy and religious.
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BPM 100: A jazzy twist on this classic Christmas song. A smooth soprano sax acts as lead and is supported by bass, keys and drums. A great and stylish alternative for any seasonal projects.
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.