As the holidays approach, many get into a mode that is anything but contemplative: year-end closings at work, family party preparations, and crowded stores where we are frantically trying to grab the right gifts.
Instrumental version of the famous German Christmas carol. It is based on the melody of a French folk song. The text was written by Hoffmann von Fallersleben in 1835.
upbeat festive fun with sleigh bells and tubular bells
The good old days... This nostalgic composition is reminiscent of hits from the 40s and 50s. For historical documentation, biographical portraits and images of antique furnishings.
A fast, busy track that perfectly captures the hustle and bustle of modern cities.
Discreet track with guitar, percussion and keyboard. It is neutral and friendly for advertising or weather reports.
Syncopated piece for partially prepared piano over a steady rhythmic motif which slightly ironically suggests the restlessness of a bumpy journey.
Fantasy films, big screen cinema and film adaptations of literary classics benefit from this intricately arranged neoclassical piece for string instruments.
Hectic brass, percussion and strings
Funky-jazzy track that exudes joie de vivre and curiosity. Cool, clever, smart.
Popular US American Christmas song that was first released in 1957.
Anxious drum 'n' bass
This atmospheric track is somewhat dark yet floating easily due to the piano.
This classic piano piece fits perfectly with podcasts about sustainable living, healthy cuisine, mindfulness and yoga.
Fast, urgent, positive. Ideal for advertisement and fairs. Bass.
Study for piano and synthesizer influenced by minimal music. After about 1 minute it becomes electronica with a driving 4/4 bass drum.
Neutral to optimistic score for weather reports, consumer tips or waiting loops.
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