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Free Christmas Music

Go to the Garritan Christmas Project for 19 free MP3 downloads.

“A community of musicians from all over the world met on the Garritan community forum and agreed to submit their own recordings of holiday music, to be freely distributed. Each of these orchestral recordings were made not with large live orchestras in vast recording studios at huge expense, but rather were created by a single person working on their own desktop or laptop computer. What they have in common is the use of Garritan libraries representing software musical instruments based on samples of real instruments.” (From the Garritan website: http://garritan.com/Xmas.html)

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