Harpist - EM9 Covering; Nottinghamshire,
Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire,
Cambridgeshire, Staffordshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Bedfordshire,
Other areas may be considered.
This harpist is an experienced musician based
in the East Midlands.
She has been playing the harp for over ten
years and plays regularly at functions and weddings.
Her love of music began when she took up the piano aged 7 and later went onto
study music at Sheffield University where she began to play the harp. She
studied with Brian Wilson and Eleanor Turner and now has her own harp pupils.
She feels that taking up the harp is one of
the best things she has ever done and this shines through in her performances,
so she can add a warm and enchanting ambiance to enhance your celebration.
The harp is very versatile and she can play a
wide variety of music from well known classical music to show tunes and popular
music making your event elegant and memorable.
This is just a small selection of this harpists
Here's a few suggestions of tunes often requested for weddings.
FOR THE WEDDING CEREMONY:
ARRIVAL OF THE GUESTS
Chanson de Matin –
Dance of the Blessed Spirits – Gluck
Air on a G String – Bach
Flower Duet from Lakme – Delibes
Canon in D –
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – Handel
Bridal Chorus – Wagner
SIGNING OF THE REGISTER
Prelude in C – Bach
Etude no 6 – Bach (arr. Grandjany)
Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana – Mascagni
Air from Water
Music – Handel
La Rejouissance from Music for the Royal Fireworks – Handel
Wedding March – Mendelssohn
Trumpet Tune – Purcell
OR SOMETHING MORE MODERN FOR THE CEREMONY
Make you feel my
love – Bob Dylan/Adele
Over the Rainbow – Arlen
Can you feel the love tonight – Elton John
Songbird – Eva Cassidy
Have I told you lately that I love you – Van Morrison
DRINKS RECEPTION / WEDDING BREAKFAST / DINNER PARTY
What a Wonderful
World – Armstrong
Moon River – Mancini
Embraceable you – Gershwin
I dreamed a dream (from Les Miserables) – Schonberg
All I ask of you (from Phantom of the Opera) – Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tea for Two – Younmans
All the things you are – Kern
Cavatina (from the Deer Hunter) – Myers