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CHRISTMAS ROBIN - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2009
Pete Bax Christmas Robin was written for Christmas Audio Cards it will also loop also makes a Christmas ringtone for those who love nature. The name robin as been a symbol of bravery for many years none more famous than Robin Hood, Will he be the next symbol of Christmas or a Fat Banker as Santa? Instrumental, Christmas, Xmas Whimsical
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Christmas, Xmas Whimsical  
357981 1:28 Medium 125   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Christmas Robin
Catalog ID: 357981  ISRC: US5UL0913931
Description: Christmas Robin was written for Christmas Audio Cards it will also loop also makes a Christmas ringtone for those who love nature. The name robin as been a symbol of bravery for many years none more famous than Robin Hood, Will he be the next symbol of Christmas or a Fat Banker as Santa?

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Christmas/Christmas-Whimsical/Christmas-Robin/357981

Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: , Ringtone, Ring-Back, Ring Back, Ringback, Ring Tone, Christmas, Xmas, Santa, Robin, Carol, Bird, Noel, Audio, Card,

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Christmas Music
       Christmas Whimsical Music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:28   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 125
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Bass, Electric Guitar, Synthesizer
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bright, Celebratory, Cheerful, Flowing, Fun, Glorious, Groovy, Heartening, Heartwarming, Heavenly, Lively, Loving, Primitive, Rhythmic, Sentimental, Simple, Sincere, Thankful, Uplifting, Wholesome

Styles: Christmas, Fairy Tale, Family / After School, Family / Children, Family / Infant, Family / Teen, Family / Toddler, Indie, Nature, Western

Extended Keywords: Feeling Good, Good / Better / Best, Happy, Joy, Pleasure, In the UK, few things say Christmas quite as much as the European robin. You'll find this favourite British bird on greetings cards, Christmas cakes, tree ornaments and decorations everywhere.

In fact, the Christmas greetings card has its origins in Victorian England, so it is no surprise that the robin became one of the most popular Christmas motifs.

Officially known as the European Robin (Erithacus rubecula), and affectionately called the Robin Redbreast, this frequent garden visitor in the UK looks very different from his American cousin (turdus migratorius).

Although not close relations, they do both share a reddish breast. In the European Robin, these feathers can be quite a vivid orange, rather than red. Both the male and female birds have this distinctive colouring and look very similar.


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