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Free Christmas Music

Posted on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009 at 8:02 pm
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Are you in the mood for some great Christmas tunes? I have to confess that I started listening to Christmas music back in early November, but now that Thanksgiving is over and we are into December, I am happy to admit it.

There are several places that you can get free Christmas music delivered right to your computer. Here are my favorite sources.

Amazon.com

Amazon is offering a free music download every day until Christmas. It started yesterday, and you can catch up on old downloads if you miss a day. These aren’t elevator music selections either. December 1st is Joy to the World by Casting Crowns, and December second is Snow Angel by Tori Amos. I like this concept, because it is almost like having your own Advent calendar, with a new treat each day.

AccuHolidays

If you want all holiday music all of the time, turn to a holiday Internet station. You’ll get a wide variety of favorites. While you can’t download these songs, you can select different categories, such as Spice, Instrumental, Smooth, Rock, Pop, Christmas Party, Old Fashioned, R&B and many other channels.

ChristmasGifts

Several artists have generally donated their Christmas and holiday music for personal download at this website. You’ll find downloads from different categories from classic to funny. This is a great way to discover new holiday music that you probably haven’t heard before.

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