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.
BPM 184: Uptempo ukulele version of the Christmas classic. Cute, funny and festive. With ukulele, bass, glockenspiel, snaps, claps, sleigh bells, and percussion.
BPM 140: A powerful track with hard drums sounds and bass lines. Halfway between dubstep and house. Electronic, futuristic and exciting.
BPM 100: This happy and upbeat orchestral Christmas music will remind you of joyful children unwrapping presents and sleigh bells ringing. Featuring warm brass, wood winds and a full orchestra, this track sounds grand and beautiful. Perfect way to convey the feeling of Christmas
BPM 120: A dynamic version of this famous classic Christmas carol. Instrumentation includes strings, bells and drums. Playful, bright and cheerful.
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 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 100: Festive, joyful and upbeat. This version of the holiday favorite features a brass and percussion arrangement. Reminiscent of days gone by with caroling done by a brass band.
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 155: A Reggae/Folk version of this Christmas carol. The melody and rhythm are played on Ukulele and is accompanied with classical guitar. bass and percussion.
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 186: Traditional up tempo jazz version of the Christmas classic. Cheerful, happy and festive. With guitar, piano, upright bass and drum.
BPM 130: A traditional Christmas carol (Deck the Hall) arranged with a house beat. Trendy, happy and modern. This track works well for holiday TV advertisements.
BPM 128: A slightly synthesized version of the song that is most well-known from the scene in the Nutcracker ballet. A wonderfully minimalist version of the classic. Melodic and recognizable.
BPM 140: A Christmas classic played by piano and orchestra. Features a warm, cozy ambience. Pizzicato cellos and violins counterpoint the piano theme. Glockenspiel, Christmas bells and percussion add a magical, sparkling voice together with colorful flute runs. Perfect for advertising, corporate promos, film trailers and TV ads.
BPM 105: A very soft and elevating version of this Christmas classic. The piece boasts a symphonic arrangement. Calming, pretty and peaceful.
BPM 110: It's Christmas time, but an elf has gone rogue and plans to steal children's presents. Sleigh bells and glockenspiel create a Christmas mood but are altered by the dark melody. Features winds, strings and percussion.
BPM 160: A swing version of this winter classic. Cool, relaxed and jazzy. Piano, upright bass and drums fill out the arrangement nicely.
BPM 50: This track features a jazz trio with piano, upright bass and soft brush drums. Very sweet, heartfelt and romantic. Well suited for underscoring characters in a romantic comedy thinking of one another.
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