New "Mistletoe and Wine" Style Added

"Mistletoe and Wine" is a Christmas song made famous as a single by Cliff Richard in 1988. The song was written by Jeremy Paul, Leslie Stewart and Keith Strachan for a musical called Scraps, which was an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Match Girl" set in Victorian London.

Richard liked the song but changed the lyrics to reflect a more religious theme. It was Richard's ninety-ninth single and became his twelfth UK No.1. The number spent four weeks at the top in December 1988 and sold 750,000 copies in the process. In the short six-week period after its release, it became the highest-selling single of 1988. In December 2007 the song re-entered the UK Singles Chart by virtue of downloads, peaking at No. 68.

You will find this new style in under our 'Keyboard Software' section. Just look for your instrument brand (Yamaha Styles, Korg Styles, Ketron Styles or Roland Styles) and the 'Single Styles' section!