Harp Music

Weddings

Harp music creates romantic elegance on your wedding day. I offer a repertoire of sacred, classical, Celtic, traditional, music written specifically for the harp, or a combination of these.  I would be pleased to offer assistance in choosing music to set the tone you envision for your special day.

Memorial Services

Harp music provides a calming and gentle presence for an emotionally heavy situation. You may contact me directly, or ask your funeral home staff to contact me for arrangements.

Background Music

A banquet, dinner party, art show opening, tea party or an open house are examples of events where harp provides background music for an added touch of class. Even when amplified, harp music remains in the background, allowing normal conversation levels for attendees.

Sunday Morning/Evening Worship

I  can provide music in any of the usual spots in a typical order of worship—prelude, offertory, anthem, special music, or postlude.

Retirement Home Mini Concert

Some retirement homes are able to hire musicians to provide half-hour mini concerts for residents. Repertoire is geared toward the season of the year, the specific month, or a requested theme.

Popular Repertoire Choices (many others available)

Classical

Pachelbel Canon, Prelude in C (Bach), Au Clair de la Lune, Brahms Lullaby, To a Wild Rose, Going Home, Greensleeves

Contemporary

Music written specifically for harp;  themes from movies or popular tunes are sometimes suitable for harp – there may be a fee involved if a new arrangement needs to be made.

Hymn Tunes & Sacred Music

St. Columba (The King of Love my Shepherd Is), In Christ Alone, Before the Throne of God Above, Morning Has Broken, It is Well with My Soul, How Great Thou Art, How Deep the Father’s Love

Traditional

Skye Boat Song, She’s Like the Swallow, The Water is Wide, Danny Boy,  Early One Morning (Friendly Giant Theme), Suantrai na Maighdine, All Through the Night

Christmas Music

Joy to the World, Silent Night, Carol of the Bells, In the Bleak Midwinter, What Child is This?, The First Noel