BPM 56: An orchestral version of the classic Christmas hymn. The track builds from a lone horn melody to a full & lush arrangement using brass, stringed and woodwind instruments. Impressive, broad, traditional.
BPM 140: Celebrating Christmas on the beach? This track will put you in just the right mood! With its 60s surfing style, this tune will uplift the spirit and bring a smile to your face!
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.
A smooth acoustic/classical arrangement of "The First Noel". This track feature gentle piano and violin that convey a very gentle and tender mood. A whole phrase is played with solo piano, and then laid over with violin and piano together.
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: Revisit this timeless classic with a jazzy vocal trio. Charming, fun and refreshing. Vocals, piano, upright bass and drums really set that holiday spirit.
BPM 120: Magical, twinkling and fantastic. This piece begins with crystalline bells and then a bold, exciting and happy melody begins to unfold. The piece brings to mind a place where the amazing and wonderful is built and shaped. A production line of dreams is where this track will take you.
A powerful, orchestrated journey, accompanied by piano. It begins with a melodic piano solo, and builds into a beautiful work of music. Let the winter candles be lit, let the light shine and set them out for all to see. Brilliant, dazzling and emotional.
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 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 249: A traditional English carol in which the carolers ask for a reward for singing. A fast paced and jazzy interpretation with: sousaphone, banjo, trumpet, trombone, drums. Vivacious, fun and playful.
BPM 150: Feel like playing some Christmas songs in a night club? This is exactly how it would sound! This track is an uplifting, energetic and jumpy dance version of Deck The Halls.
BPM 175: A Christmas classic revisited in a quirky and funny way. Retro-gaming lovers will be delighted. Happy, funny and cool.
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 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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BPM 140: Are you in need of some rocking bells for Christmas? Then this upbeat indie rock version of Deck The Halls is for you! The track features guitars, drums and bass. A wonderfully high energy holiday track.
BPM 88: This track features a very soft version of a hymn to the Virgin Mary. It has also been made into a Christmas carol. Delicate, serene, peaceful and perfect for adding a touch of beauty to a project.
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. Beautiful, peaceful and cheerful.
BPM 86: A great festive party version of the classic New Years Eve sing along. Starts out very traditional and heartfelt then builds into a more celebratory, uplifting version. String orchestra, piano, tubular bells, bass and electric guitars and drum kits are all featured. Beautiful, uplifting, and emotive
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.