BPM 149: A joyous Christmas track that has been lovingly produced to sound like a rock’n’roll hit from the swinging sixties. An authentic-sounding melody, performed using a vintage electric guitar tone, supported by rhythm guitars, bass and drums. Percussion has been added, in the form of jingle bells, to add a festive vibe.
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 120: Delicate and soulful, this is a very emotional piece with piano and a touching strings ensemble. It gives an intimate, romantic sense of love for life, and pursuit of happiness. With a soft cinematic ambience, it has quiet parts and small dynamic changes that keep it in the background. A heartfelt and great motivational soundscape for movies, film trailers, corporate, advertising and weddings. Romantic, inspirational and moving.
BPM 135: Classical arrangement of this famous Christmas carol. Featuring a grand orchestra and classical guitar. Solo instruments seem to be playing a call and response game. Sensitive, elegant, refreshing.
BPM 110: An exciting and uplifting track which can bring poetry and delight to any video production. With piano arpeggios, growing orchestral strings and build ups of subtle percussion, it's a feel good, motivational song. Constantly raising to new levels of joy, with an orchestral choir to add charm and elegance. Imagine it with anything: from film scores, to corporate videos or documentaries about nature.
BPM 190: A joyful and smiley track with flute, glockenspiel, harp, piano and sparkling guitars. With a catchy theme in the intro and calm parts with an embracing sound, it has a 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/girly videos.
BPM 100: A traditional winter holiday version of Silent Night featuring: glockenspiel, music box, tubular bells, cello, sleigh bells etc. Will give a warm, old school Christmas feel throughout any project. Tender, gentle and feel good.
BPM 144: A jolly Christmas song to make the listener excited about the holiday season. Jingle bells, pizzicato strings, the glockenspiel and various woodwind instruments support the cute melodies at work. The Celeste adds a magical dimension to this joyous piece of music.
BPM 138: A fun and uplifting rock version of the Christmas classic. Instrumentation includes: electric guitar, bass, drums, piano and of course jingle bells. A great stylish version well suited for any seasonal or holiday content.
BPM 100: A classical guitar version of this traditional English carol. String accompaniment and vibraphone enter for the second melody section. Smooth, gentle and relaxing.
BPM 80: A happy, upbeat and playful piece featuring the glockenspiel, celesta, those Christmas-y tambourines, and some cool, plucky rhythms. The flute and clarinet make nice background appearances throughout the piece. A great fit for any holiday project!
BPM 126: Happy Christmas music featuring the sound of mechanical toys and percussion instruments. This track mimics the atmosphere surrounding Santa's workshop. This sparkling and playful track has a gentle spirit.
An animated and magical feeling track with a majestic ambiance. Instrumentation includes: strings, harps, flutes, woodwinds, percussion, harpsichord and a choir. This track would fit well in any project geared towards children or fantasy themed stories.
BPM 130: This track spins a classic Christmas song into a fast, dance like, electro form. Funny, trippy and joyous. Great for seasonal advertising projects.
BPM 89: A modern pop/rock style arrangement of the popular Christmas carol. Layered guitars, piano, bass and drums combine to create a warm and full sounding pop/rock feel, while keeping the original melody of the carol. Uplifting and positive, this track gives you a different take on this classic carol.
BPM 120: Busy are the elves that are Santa's helpers! They run about to keep up with demand! This great song has a hint of the 50s and a hint of swing music, yet is still modern and happy.
BPM 152: A full speed techno version of this traditional Christmas song. Big dance beats with all the melodies and lines played with different synth sounds make up the arrangement. Very Intense, energetic and mysterious.
BPM 100: A fun and upbeat instrumental version of this Christmas classic. The track features guitar, percussion, strings, flutes and a full sound! Incredibly energetic and exactly what is needed for any seasonal TV commercial.
BPM 100: Atmospheric, haunting, yet still beautiful. The Christmas chimes and bells are coupled with strings, piano, clarinet, French horn and bassoon melodies. This piece is wonderfully cinematic and great for underscoring scenes of mystery, majesty and magic.