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 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 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 104: Calm, gentle and peaceful. This is a Christmas classic with a southern ukulele twist! Other instrumentation includes bass, djembe and sleigh bells. Well suited for any seasonal project needing a way of standing out of the crowd.
BPM 92: Orchestral arrangement of a Holiday Classic. The melody is shared by several instruments throughout the orchestra. Classical, noble and deep.
BPM 126: This upbeat and warm track has a bouncy and buoyant feeling. With an almost holiday air, this track uses piano, strings, vibraphone and acoustic guitar to create a very chipper mood. Positive, moving and happy.
BPM 120: A funny interpretation of this well loved Christmas song. The track features vocals and other 'authentic' elements. Joyous, playful and effervescent. This track sounds like the office putting together an impromptu Christmas choir.
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 125: Light, upbeat and quirky. This track features mandolin, ukulele, mallets, strings and percussion. Perfect for creating warm, sparkling and feel good vibes.
BPM 128: Light, happy and joyful. This track features an uplifting beat with bass, vibraphone and synths. A great piece for any holiday themed project.
BPM 80: Reggae version of the Christmas classic. It's like spending Christmas on a caribbean island. Kick off your shoes and relax! Groovy, sunny and festive. With steel drum, bass, drum, guitar, Fender Rhodes and percussion.
BPM 125: This orchestral track begins with bouncy and contemporary xylophones. It is then mixed with a full orchestra in the middle section. Uplifting, energetic and happy.
BPM 115: Dating back to 1865, this piece has been sung by both gospel and secular performers. Based upon a very popular Christmas carol, this track is performed in a folksy country fashion. Uplifting, joyful and playful.
BPM 82: A modern interpretation of this classic Christmas song. Spacey, grandiose and aerial. This track is great for seasonal TV advertisements needing both that holiday cheer and an impact.
BPM 145: Who says you can't rock on Christmas day? Revisit this timeless classic with booming drums and scorching guitars! Festive, energetic and merry.
BPM 130: This smooth and Jazzy track is a new twist on a traditional Christmas song. The piece features bass, brass, and a moody synth pad. An original arrangement that is recognizable, yet unique.
BPM 70: A gentle, soft and soothing music box style track. "Good Christian Men Rejoice, "O Come Little Children" and "Joy to the World" form a beautiful child like medley. This Christmas tune sounds just like a lullaby.
BPM 136: This is definitely not your mama's Jingle Bells. This is Dubstep baby. This track features a big electronic sound but is still light and charming with a hint of 8 bit wonder.