Christmas Music Mix | Famous Holiday Movie Soundtracks with Winter Ambience
Though it’s been said many times many ways, Merry Christmas to you! Enjoy this magical mix of some of the most amazing Christmas tracks from your favorite holiday movies. I couldn’t include everything I wanted, but I hope you enjoy it all the same!
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0:00- 1:00 | Do You Believe in Ghost , Polar Express – Alan Silvestri, Warner Records
1:01-3:28 | A Change of Heart, Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) – James Horner, Warner Records
3:29-6:42 | Reunion at Rockerfeller Center/It’s Christmas, Home Alone 2 Lost in New York – John Williams, Fox Records
6:43-9:05 | There’s Always Tomorrow (Instrumental), Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer © 1964 – Burl Ives, UMG
9:06-10:27 | Visitation, The Santa Clause (1993) – Michael Convertino, 1994 Milan Entertainment, Inc.
10:28-11:36 | Secret Santa, The Santa Clause 2 – George S Clinton, UMG
11:37-13:18 | Not Over Any Oceans, The Santa Clause (1993) – Michael Convertino, 1994 Milan Entertainment, Inc.
13:19- 15:06 | Main Title, Elf OST (2003) – John Debney, WaterTower Records
15:07-16:00 | Buddy’s Theme, Elf OST (2003) – John Debney, WaterTower Records
16:01-17:59 | Ralphie’s Brilliant Idea, A Christmas Story (1983) – Paul Zaza and Carl Zittrer, WaterTower Records
18:00-22:49 | Main Title, Home Alone – John Williams, Sony Masterworks
22:50-24:41 | Miracle on 34th Street – Bruce Broughton, Fox Music
24:42-30:39 | Christmas Time is Here, A Charlie Brown Christmas – Vince Guaraldi, Fantasy Recording Studios
30:40-33:01 | Silver and Gold (Instrumental), Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer © 1964 – Burl Ives, UMG
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