First, you get a musical instrument. Next, you learn to play the musical instrument. Then, you go to the music store and you purchase the sheet music for jingle bells. Then you sit down and work out how to play the piece, measure by measure. Then when people come in, you nonchalantly pick up your instrument and start playing. They are surprised.
Doesn't matter which music is used. The instrument doesn't dictate the playable music, the PERFORMER plays the music, not the instrument. As a professional Trombonist, I play music written for Trombone, Cello, Trumpet, Clarinet, Kazzoo, Kitchensink, whatever.....I'm not bound by what the music may be "listed for".