The Electronic Orchestra Christmas Music You Need to Hear

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The Electronic Orchestra is a group of electronic music producers who have come together to create a holiday album that is sure to get you into the Christmas spirit!

The Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky

The Nutcracker is a ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1892. It is one of the most popular ballets in the world, and its music is instantly recognizable. It has been turned into an electronic orchestra composition by several different artists, and each version is special in its own way. Here are three of the best electronic orchestra versions of The Nutcracker that you need to hear.

The first version is by the London Symphony Orchestra, and it is a beautifully orchestrated rendition of the famous ballet. The second version is by the Parisian group L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, and it takes a more traditional approach to the music. The third version is by the American group Mannheim Steamroller, and it adds a unique twist to the music with its use of synthesizers and other electronic instruments. All three of these versions are worth listening to, and they will surely get you into the Christmas spirit.

The Christmas Song by Nat King Cole

‘The Christmas Song’ was written by Mel Tormé and Robert Wells in 1944, and was first recorded by Nat King Cole in 1946. Since then, it has been covered countless times by artists from every musical genre, including Alvin and the Chipmunks, Mariah Carey, Justin Bieber, Michael Bublé, Kelly Clarkson, Pentatonix, and hundreds more. It is without doubt one of the most popular and enduring Christmas songs of all time.

The original Nat King Cole version of ‘The Christmas Song’ is a beautifully understated performance whichcaptures the true meaning of Christmas. The simple piano accompaniment provides the perfect backdrop for Cole’s velvety smooth voice, and his reading of the lyrics is laced with warmth and tenderness. This is a song that always brings a tear to my eye, and it never fails to fill me with the Christmas spirit.

Sleigh Ride by The Ronettes

This 1963 Christmas classic was written by American composer Leroy Anderson and became an instant holiday hit, due to its interesting combination of instruments. The original recording featured Anderson himself playing the steel drums, along with a whole orchestra of traditional Christmas instruments. In 2000, Hollywood Records decided to release a new version of the song, this time performed by The Electronic Orchestra. This updated version uses electric guitars, keyboards, and drums to create a unique sound that still captures the holiday spirit.

Jingle Bell Rock by Bobby Helms

One of the most popular Christmas songs of all time, “Jingle Bell Rock” was written by Joseph Carleton Beal and James Ross Boothe. The song was first recorded by Bobby Helms in 1957 and has been covered by many artists over the years. Helms’ version reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in December 1957 and remains a holiday classic.

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town by Bruce Springsteen

This song is one of the most popular Christmas songs ever written, and for good reason. It’s catchy, fun, and always gets people in the holiday spirit. Bruce Springsteen’s version of this classic is no exception. This upbeat take on the traditional Christmas song is sure to get you moving and grooving along with Santa Claus himself.

White Christmas by Bing Crosby

Originally written by Irving Berlin in 1940 and recorded by Bing Crosby in 1942, “White Christmas” is a classic Christmas song that has been covered by numerous artists over the years. The song was originally written for the 1941 film “Holiday Inn” and was inspired by a memory of Crosby’s father taking him to see a Vermont farm covered in snow. The song has since become an annual holiday favorite and has been featured in numerous films, TV shows, and commercials.

Winter Wonderland by Tony Bennett

This song was released in 1968 by Tony Bennett and is a holiday classic. It was written by Felix Bernard and Dick Smith. The song talks about how wonderful it is to be in a winter wonderland. This song has been covered by many artists, but Bennett’s version is the most popular.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Gene Autry

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a Christmas classic that has been around for decades. The song was written in 1949 by John Scott Trotter and Johnny Marks, and was first recorded by Gene Autry. It has since been covered by many artists, including Mannheim Steamroller, Burl Ives, and Nat King Cole.

The song tells the story of Rudolph, a young reindeer who is born with a red nose. He is teased and ridiculed by the other reindeer, but he eventually learns to use his nose to guide Santa’s sleigh on a foggy Christmas Eve night. Rudolph’s nose saves Christmas, and he becomes a hero.

If you’re looking for some electronic orchestral Christmas music to get you in the holiday spirit, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a great choice. It’s a feel-good song that will bring a smile to your face and get you ready for Christmas.

Frosty the Snowman by The Ronettes

This Christmas classic was originally released by The Ronettes in 1963, and has been covered by a number of artists since. The Electronic Orchestra’s version is a faithful re-imagining of the original, with a few modern touches that make it their own. The result is a fun, festive track that will get you in the mood for Christmas.

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! By Dean Martin

Dean Martin’s classic Christmas song “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” is given a fresh coat of paint with this festive remix by The Electronic Orchestra. This version of the tune features Martin’s velvety croon set against a backdrop of joyful synths and drum machines, giving the holiday classic a whole new lease on life.

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