Christmas Classical Music for Kids

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It’s never too early to start enjoying classical Christmas music! Here are some of our favorite pieces that are perfect for kids of all ages.


Christmas classical music for kids is a great way to get them into the holiday spirit! There are so many festive and cheerful pieces that your little ones are sure to enjoy. Here are some of our favorites:

– “Jingle Bells” by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
– “The Nutcracker Suite” by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
– “The 12 Days of Christmas” by Johann Sebastian Bach
– “Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme” by Johann Sebastian Bach
– “Deck the Halls” by George Frideric Handel
– “Joy to the World” by George Frideric Handel

The Best Christmas Classical Music for Kids

If you’re looking for some great Christmas classical music for kids, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll share some of our top picks for Christmas classical music for kids. We’ll also provide a little bit of background on each piece so you can learn more about them.

“The Nutcracker Suite” by Tchaikovsky

“The Nutcracker Suite” by Tchaikovsky is a set of eight pieces of classical music originally written for the ballet The Nutcracker. It has become one of the most popular pieces of Christmas classical music for kids, and is often used in movies, TV shows, and commercials associated with the holiday season.

“The Messiah” by Handel

One of the most beloved pieces of classical music, “The Messiah” by Handel is a must-have for any Christmas music collection. This timeless piece is perfect for kids of all ages and is sure to fill your home with the spirit of the season.

“The Nutcracker” by Dvorak

“The Nutcracker” is definitely one of the most popular classical pieces to listen to during Christmas time. It’s a fun, festive, and upbeat tune that kids are sure to enjoy.

“The Snowman” by Howard Blake

this composition has become a modern classic, particularly the tune “Walking in the Air.” The song is based on a 1978 book of the same name by Raymond Briggs, and was adapted into an Academy Award-nominated animation in 1982. The story follows a young boy whose snowman comes to life, and the two go on a series of adventures together.


We hope you enjoyed our Christmas Classical Music for Kids playlist! If you’re looking for more holiday music, check out ourUltimateChristmas Playlist, which includes both holiday classics and newer favorites.

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