BPM 125: O little town of Bethlehem, a classic Christmas song, performed in a smooth Bossa nova style. Acoustic guitar, soft drums, piano and sax fill out the arrangement.
BPM 130: An energetic Dixieland jazz interpretation of a classic Christmas carol. Instrumentation includes: trumpet, alto saxophone, trombone, sousaphone, guitar, and drums. Festive, playful, and fun.
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.
A jazzy cocktail lounge piano version of this uplifting Christmas classic. Relaxing, soothing, and warm, with rich harmonies. A great piece to add some classiness to a holiday commercial or project.
BPM 80: This Christmas classic is arranged with acoustic guitars and a piano melody. Great for a subtle holiday feel.
BPM 110: A mellow ambient version of a classic Christmas song. A soft beat is coupled with a touch of piano. Delicate, light and calming.
BPM 135: A funny Jingle Bells track, with cheesy organ. Classic Christmas music with a comedic twist. Crazy, over the top and stylish.
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 120: Original by James Pierpont, 1857. The melody or form has not been changed here, but there's new counter point in the second half to go along with the classic melody. Orchestral, with celesta, strings and piano.
BPM 110: A smooth, spacious and gentle version, revamped with a Bossa nova beat. The traditional Song of Scotland and New Year gatherings. Soft electric guitars and bass, drum grooves and percussion round out the piece.
BPM 132: Upbeat, fun and playful. This simple track is easy on the ears and would work well for that new gadget advertisement. Light instrumental lines blend together with xylophone, piano and strings. Perfect for so many projects.
BPM 90: A classic Christmas song rearranged in a groovy beat. "Joy to the World" is one of the best-known and best-loved of Christmas carols. A great track when looking to underscore a seasonal advertisement with an urban R&B feel.
BPM 130: A vivace and happy orchestral track with flutes, xylophones and soft percussions. Light hearted and dynamic accents with bass, woodwinds and brass sections keep it allegro while accordions give it a festive appeal good for comedy. Great for casual videogames, smiley TV ads, funny videos, and cartoons.
BPM 95: Gentle hip hop flavored song with a very heart warming yet naive melody. Toy piano, glockenspiel, ukulele over an old school rhythm section. Perfect for youth-related projects.
BPM 92: Orchestral arrangement of a Holiday Classic. The melody is shared by several instruments throughout the orchestra. Classical, noble and deep.
BPM 132: A festive interpretation of a classic Christmas carol. The arrangement consists of trumpet, trombone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, guitar, bass, drums. A great way to score your seasonal project without being cliché.
BPM 150: This track adds a hard rock flair to a classic Christmas song. Energetic, lively and exciting. This track features electric guitar, bass and drums.
BPM 88: A very mellow guitar rendition of one of the best known and beloved Christmas carols. Elegant, quiet and simple. This piece will have you wishing to sit by a fire and enjoying the glow of the lit Christmas tree.
BPM 120: This is a great jazz groove! A swing rendition of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen", this track is laid back, fun and elevating. Features piano, guitar, bass and drums.
BPM 96: A delicate rendition of this beloved Christmas carol. Originally by Edmund Sears (1810-1876), this interpretation communicates a sense of gentleness and sweetness. Well suited for any holiday project or advertisement.