BPM 70: A perfect Christmas tune with bells, strings, and flutes. This is a happy song that celebrates the joy and magic of the Christmas season. Joyful, uplifting and cheerful.
BPM 162: An up tempo orchestral version of the Christmas classic with violins, violas, double bass, cellos, glockenspiel, chimes and sleigh bells, english horn, french horn, and percussion. A great traditional rendition that would fit well in any holiday TV advertisement.
BPM 107: A fun, jolly piece of original, orchestral Christmas music. Packed with lots of festive quirks, this track is great for adding Christmas cheer to any project.
BPM 110: This Christmas classic features a full orchestra and ukulele. With xylophone, harmonica and glockenspiel also being featured, it has a very funny and bouncing feel suitable for kids. Perfect for Christmas ads, corporate Christmas videos or TV shows for children. Orchestral flute runs and piano layers make it joyful and dynamic while light trumpets give it a fanfare, jazzy feel. Happy, joyful and warm.
BPM 200: A jazzy version of this nice Christmas carol. This full band version features: strings, glockenspiel, harp, classical guitar, bass, trombone, french horn, flutes and sleigh bells. Magical, lively and elegant..
BPM 122: A Christmas carol gently played by orchestra, choir and vibraphone. With pizzicato strings in counterpoint to mellow vibes playing the theme, this is a calm and atmospheric rendition of the famous song. Perfect for Christmas film trailers, corporate video, seasonal projects, advertising and more. Nocturnal or quiet scenes will benefit from its mysterious, sublime ambience.
BPM 65: A heartwarming rendition of this timeless classic. Soothing violins, glockenspiel and piano make you re-live your childhood memories. Special, nostalgic and peaceful.
BPM 160: An intricate mallet percussion version of this classic Christmas carol, evocative of the holiday season. Mysterious, gentle, sublime and soothing. Glockenspiel, piano, vibes, crotales, celeste, orchestral chimes and hand bells are featured.
BPM 180: A jazzy version of this nice Christmas carol. Orchestral/Big Band orchestration is featured. Magical, lively and energetic.
BPM 128: An orchestral arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol using the traditional melody and harmonies but with a bit of a modern twist. Grand noble, and uplifting. A great piece for holiday TV advertisements.
BPM 170: A jazzy version of this nice Christmas carol. A full big band version that is sure to make any project more classy. Magical, lively and upbeat.
BPM 110: An orchestrally re-arranged traditional British carol, with celesta, piano, tambourine and strings. Stately, steady and rhythmic. A great track for any holiday project or TV advertisement.
BPM 135: This track is packed with fun, light and whimsical orchestral moments. Perfect for reality shows, animation projects and content for children. Fun melodies are played by different sections of the orchestra.
A beautiful string trio (2 violins & cello) performance of Johann Pachelbel's famous Canon in D Major. Immediately recognizable and appropriate for weddings or special occasions. Stirring, soft, and flowing.
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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.
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 simple, modern piano/strings arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol. This arrangement keeps the traditional melody but has an alternative chord progression, which is more current sounding. Emotive, reflective and beautiful.
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 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.
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.