Stock Music track: The Holly and the Ivy - Relaxing Christmas

A calming and mellow rendition of the Christmas carol 'The Holly and the Ivy'. It has a contemplative synth running through it, soft piano notes, euphonium, flugelhorn, light flute, clarinet, and cello, as well as the comforting sound of a fire crackling in the background. Think of the festive holidays cosying up by the fire and unwinding. This relaxing Christmas music is good for relaxation, stress relief and sleep. Peace and tranquillity. [Note: The crackling sound you hear is the sound of the fireplace. It's supposed to be there. It is not a weakness or error with the file].

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Track details

Track ID number: 24850
Genres: Christmas: Traditional Christmas Music
Moods/Emotions: Laid back / Easy-going / Chilled -- Peaceful / Tranquil / Bliss -- Homey / Cozy / Wholesome
Suggested Production Types: Christmas / Holiday
Prominent Instruments: Bells / Glockenspiel / Celeste -- Clarinet -- Piano (Acoustic) -- String Section -- Trumpet
Tempo feel: Slow
Tempo Beats Per Minute:
Artist: Beanstalk Audio
Composer: Traditional music
Publisher: Public domain
SRCO (Sound Recording Copyright Owner): Lee Pritchard
PRO / Non-PRO Track? PRO (What's this?)
WAV file bit depth: HD / 24-Bit (What's this?)
Stem files available for this track: No
Album containing this track: (None)
About the Artist
Beanstalk Audio Beanstalk Audio

Beanstalk Audio is a project started by Lee Prichard. His involvement in music started at the age of 11 when he started trombone lessons at secondary school. Throughout his teens and early twenties he played hundreds of shows with the Ashton-on-Mersey Showband and numerous other brass groups throughout the Manchester area, UK and abroad. Later in life he started a music licensing business and focussed mainly on audio production and licensing before making a return to composing in his forties. Technologies have changed but Lee’s passion for music is as strong as ever. Although, these days his method of expression is through plastic black and white keys rather than blowing a raspberry through a long piece of brass tubing ;)