Merry, happy and uplifting Christmas songs emanate from this 10 Christmas tracks. The orchestra plays with the classic melody for traditional carols with some added material to keep the mood fresh and engaging. Perfect for projects needing a happy mood that captures the joyous and magical holiday season. Great for advertising, Christmas animation projects, children’s holiday projects and more!
"Jingle Bells" is one of the best-known American Christmas songs in the world. It was written by James Lord Pierpont (1822–1893) and published under the title "One Horse Open Sleigh" in the autumn of 1857. This version is a country version of a song. It builds up with banjo, violins, bass and upbeat rhythm.
"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" is a popular Christmas carol. In 1855, English musician William H. Cummings adapted Felix Mendelssohn's secular music from Festgesang. This version builds up with bells like electric piano, pads, bass, acoustic guitar, drums and oboe.
"Joy to the World" is a popular American Christmas song. The music was adapted by Lowell Mason in 1839 from an older melody which was then believed to have originated from Handel. This version is an orchestral version of the song and it builds up till the end with additional instruments.
O Come All Ye Faithful is a popular Christmas Carol in Western culture. It was created in the 13th century by John Francis Wade (allegedly). This version is an orchestral version of the song and it builds up till the end of the song with more instruments.
"The First Noel" (also written "The First Noël" and "The First Nowell") is a traditional Christmas carol, most likely from the 18th century. This version is an orchestral version of the song and it builds up till the end of the song with more instruments.