BPM 160: Energetic guitar driven version of a well appreciated Christmas hymn also known as Adeste Fideles. Uplifting and intense.
BPM 77: A short, simple and delicate version of the Christmas carol, played simply on a music box. Nostalgic and sweet, this rendition of Silent Night could evoke happy Christmas memories, childhood dreams and more. The full version of this track can easily be looped.
BPM 64: Piano and Bells solo version of this Tchaikovsky classic. Backed up with Sleigh Bells rhythm for a traditional Christmas feel. Delicate, light, magical, whimsical.
BPM 140: A quirky, fun, upbeat and unusual sounding track with different unique sounding sections. Full of varying colours - from lush orchestral to rhythmic and whacky. Uses rhythmic sounds from a kitchen in parts (chopping, splashing, whacking etc.)
BPM 70: Beautiful, melodic and lovely, to be enjoyed with a cup of hot chocolate. Soft, high violins, choir, celesta and tambourines create the perfect mood for a wintry scene.
Popular Christmas carol. A cappella version for full choir. Elevating and warming.
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BPM 100: Festive, joyful and upbeat version of this holiday favorite played with a brass choir and percussion. Reminiscent of days gone by with caroling done by a brass band.
BPM 190: Joyful and smiley track with flutes, glockenspiel, harp, piano and sparkling guitars. With a catchy theme in the intro and calm parts with an embracing sound, it has an happy and vibrant atmosphere perfect for uplifting corporate videos, TV ads or video games. Tinkle bells and lively strings make it also good for Christmas advertising and children or girly videos. Funny, Comforting, Cheerful and Warm.
BPM 140: A Christmas fanfare with a full orchestra. Baroque style. A classic Holiday tune. Pleasant, playful, sweet and sparkling.
BPM 140: Rocking Bells for Christmas. Upbeat Indie Rock version of Deck The Hall. Lots of guitars, high energy Holiday track.
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.
BPM 110: Its Christmas time, but an Elf has gone rogue and plans to steal children's presents. Sleigh bells and glockenspiel create a Christmas mood at the beginning, followed by larger orchestra entering at 0:13 to create a darker Xmas mood. Brass, strings, celesta, marimba, piano, triangle, wind and drums.
BPM 160: Revisit this timeless classic with a jazzy vocal trio. Charming, fun and refreshing. Vocals, piano, upright bass and drums.
BPM 128: Christmas/Classical - Originally written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, it's well-known in The Nutcracker as the featured solo instrument the Celesta from Act II.
A beautiful string quartet rendition of Johann Sebastian Bach's famous "Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring," the 10th movement of the cantata Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147. Calm, serene, meditative, elegant, and classical.
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BPM 56: An orchestral version of the hymn, 'Oh Come All Ye Faithful' (Adeste Fideles) which builds from a lone horn melody to a full & lush arrangement using brass, stringed and woodwind instruments. Impressive, broad, traditional.
BPM 135: Orchestral track with pizzicato cellos, piano and glokenspiel, with a fairy, magical mood. Strange bouncing orchestartion give it a somber, yet playful vibe. A perfect halloween tune, or good for invernal holidays videos, also suitable for comedy or horror films. Jew's harp and subtle percussions give it a perky dynamic. Magical, fantasy and bizarre.
BPM 97: A modern, acoustic arrangement of the popular Christmas carol Silent Night. Acoustic guitars, piano and brushed drums create a subtle and warm feel with vibraphone and glockenspiel adding that extra Christmas sparkle.
This popular Christmas carol starts with a solo voice from a choirboy before building up to the whole choir complete with pipe organ.
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