Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Christmas Music Press release Royalty Free Music Library Unveils its Holiday and Christmas Music Collection, an international provider of high quality Royalty Free Music , announced today that it now offers a broad selection of musical tracks and loops for the Holiday season.

Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) October 17th, 2006 – Royalty Free Christmas Music is now available for holiday projects. Whether for websites and e-cards, advertising on TV or radio, music-on-hold, or corporate videos and events, music is an essential part of the Holiday Season.

“Music has an uncanny power to instantly bring the Holiday spirit to life,” says Gilles Arbour, partner at “Nothing evokes Christmas better than Christmas Carols and Songs. And we can’t imagine this season without its traditional music. It surrounds us and brings joy and a festive spirit.”

For many nations, the Holiday season is the most economically significant part of the year. Sales increase dramatically on the Internet and in the brick-and-mortar world, and the economic impact of the Holidays continues even after the season. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), one-fifth of all retail sales in the US (19.9%) occur during the holiday season, making it the most important time period of the year for the industry. The NRF predicts that holiday retail sales will increase 5% over last year. That would put total holiday spending in the US alone at $457.4 billion.

In lieu of mailings, many corporations now send e-cards with Flash music loops to their clients and associates. Websites greet visitors with the sound of Christmas carols, and telephone-on-hold music echoes this theme. Radio and television advertising during this period is filled with Holiday music. Television networks add Christmas themes to their standard programming, run traditional holiday movies, and produce a variety of Holiday specials.

According to, to bring customers to their websites, multichannel retailers will be planning a variety of online and offline marketing strategies for the holidays. Offline, retailers will invest in traditional media advertising such as radio (31.6%) and television (26.3%).

“We’ve asked our musicians to create new interpretations of classic Holiday music.” says Francois Arbour at “We’re very pleased with the music they’ve developed and feel blessed by their creative talents. Their music will add zest to any Holiday presentation.” is constantly adding new music to its Royalty free music library as well as new tools to make their clients’ experiences better. A team of 20 professional musicians keeps creating new, premium quality Stock Music and Flash loops for Web designers, interactive marketing agencies, video artists, motion designers, film makers, TV and Radio show producers., a royalty-free music library, is the creation of Francois Arbour and Gilles Arbour. Francois Arbour, an award-winning Macromedia certified Flash Developer, has been working in the multi-media industry for almost 10 years. Gilles Arbour has trained thousands of people in sales and marketing during the last 20 years. Both have seen, over and over, how music moves people to action. To see (and hear) more - go to:

1 comment:

Sean Carter said...

I'll have to completly agree with Gilles Arbour, Music certainel does bring the Holiday spirit to life...
Carol singing has never been a serious affair but with the changing times its popularity has grown by leaps and bounds. The “hallelujahs” and the “silent nights” take us on a ride to the distant land peace and joy where a we get perfectly connected to God the Almighty.
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