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Spend over £10.99 on any Christmas single or disk collection styles for your keyboard during September & October and we will email you a brand new, never been previously released, Christmas style for FREE!

The new style Jingle Bell Rock will not be available for sale until December 2019. So place your orders now and we will email this new Xmas style within 48 hours of your order.

 

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As our style ranges continue to grow, we have got to No.100 in our single style range. Our latest new style is a gem. Whitney Housten's Saving all my love for you! If you haven't done so, please have a listen to the style demos. For those of you new to Carillon the original principles behind these styles is to give our players the ability to create a song without the use of midifiles as accurately as possible. However, that was not enough. Instruments get upgraded and superseded and we thought why should customers be forced to re-buy software they have already paid for? With that i..
This song by Michael Jackson was from his 9th studio album ‘HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I’ and released on August 15, 1995. The ballad was written by R&B singer R. Kelly for Michael in response to difficult times in his own personal life. Kelly sent a bare demo tape to Jackson, who liked the song and decided to produce it with him in Chicago. Jackson's interest in the song was also linked to recent events in his personal life. The song's corresponding music video, which featured Jackson and his then-wife Lisa Marie Presley, featured scenes of semi-nudity. The track toppe..
This song by Billy Joel first appeared on his 1978 album ‘52nd Street’. A single version was released in the autumn of 1978 and reached No.2 on the U.S. adult contemporary chart. Early in 1979 it peaked at No.3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and got to No.12 in the UK. The song begins with drums and electric bass, followed by a keyboard riff. The riff is also used as a fill between verse and chorus sections and is also played at the end. The section order is intro-verse-fill-chorus-bridge-v-f-c-b-solo-c-outro. Chicago members Peter Cetera and Donnie Dacus performed the backing vocals and sang..
This song was written by Elton John and Gary Osborne. It was released in 1982 both as a single and on the album ‘Jump Up!’ (which reached No. 8 in the UK). In the US, it achieved two weeks at No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. The video for the song was filmed in Australia, on Sydney's famous Bondi to Bronte walk. The exact location is at the most easterly point of Marks Park, Tamarama, where a low, sandstone turret rests on the top of the cliffs and overlooks the Tasman Sea. The white grand piano was positioned right in the middle of the turret. The song and video was in dedication..