The Spiritrax.com Christmas Collection Vol. 2 includes twelve popular Christmas songs in their most commonly sung keys. Click each title below to preview that track. Each accompaniment background track comes with sheet music and a demonstration version.
Fourteen of our best-selling Easter hymns in their most commonly sung keys! Often joyous and celebratory, sometimes thoughtful and haunting, in a mix of contemporary and classical styles, these hymns are classics that can be used year-round. Each accompaniment background track comes with sheet music.<br><br>
The Spiritrax.com Christmas Collection Vol. 1 includes 12 of our most popular Christmas songs in their most commonly sung keys. Each accompaniment background track comes with sheet music and a demonstration version.
A soaring orchestral anthem that takes a classic Easter hymn and gives it a contemporary spin. Effective as both a solo worship piece and for choirs, this song captures the essence of Easter morning joy, with themes of nature, love, hope, and peace.
A contemporary pop ballad arrangement of the Lenten hymn Christ the Life of All the Living, originally set to music in 1687. Features a delicate, lullaby-like piano and glock interlude, strings, and gentle rhythm. Perfect for Lent, Good Friday, and Easter, with themes of suffering, resurrection, crucifixion, and praise. This accompaniment track is three verses.
A quiet, contemplative jazz quartet arrangement of the french folk tune, featuring piano, bass, brushes, and a mellow jazz guitar. Original text by Jean de Brebeuf, this Christmas hymn celebrates the birth of the king on a cold winter night. Great for Christmas Eve services and Xmas worship. Three verses, each with a refrain, and an extra refrain at the end.
A celtic infused, flowing rendition of the traditional Thanksgiving hymn, Let All Things Now Living. Based on a traditional Welsh folk tune, this song gives thanks to God for all of the blessings of creation, protection, and promise, making it perfect for Thanksgiving services, or worship any time of year. Features Irish whistle, dulcimer, lute, bass, percussion, and some strings. Two verses with a short interlude in between.
A haunting and simple folk-inspired accoustic guitar and cello duet for Christmas Eve. Part of our Campfire Christmas collection. This song captures the mystery and quiet contemplation of the birth night in the manger.
Wintery and flowing, this full and lush orchestral arrangement of the Christmas hymn The Bells of Christmas will transport your congregation or audience back to the manger where Jesus was born. Features full orchestra, bells, and strings for an unforgettable Christmas eve hymn. Three verses.
A triumphant orchestral arrangement of the Christmas hymn, Come Rejoice, Praises Voicing. Great accompaniment track for praise and worship on Christmas Day or Christmas Eve services. Three verses with a nice interlude. Also great as a choir accompaniment.
Gather round the campfire for this laid back acoustic guitar and hand percussion arrangement of the Christmas favorite hymn Away in A Manger. Features three verses, with a simple ending featuring a toy piano that would accompany children nicely. Great for Christmas Eve services.
A moving, mystical arrangement of the traditional Christmas hymn Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence. Featuring string orchestra, piano and french horn playing three verses, this version adds a bar of rest after each phrase to obtain even 4 bar phrasing.
Acoustic arrangement of the classic Christmas hymn Joy To The World for 3 guitars and light hand percussion. 3 verses, with a key change up a whole step on the final verse. Great energy, yet relaxed and mellow. Perfect for Christmas by the fire, part of our new Campfire Christmas collection.
A new mellow arrangement of the favorite Christmas hymn Silent Night for 3 acoustic guitars and cello with light hand percussion. Part of our Campfire Christmas collection. 3 verses. Use instrumentally or as a vocal accompaniment.
A joyous klezmer accompaniment track to the traditional Passover freedom song, often sung as part of the Seder. This arrangement includes clarinet, piano, acoustic guitar, upright bass, and drums. After a short clarinet introduction, the whole song is played twice through.