Other Options

We can provide a wide selection of other performers, and you’ll find clips of a few of these options below:

  1. Calm, elegant and uplifting string music
  2. Classical and/or contemporary repertoire
  3. Can easily move from place to place
  1. Stirring, uplifting or reflective music, as required
  2. Able to play unaccompanied if required
  3. Ideal for military and ex-service personnel funerals – The Last Post etc
  1. Serene and soothing harp music for all parts of the ceremony
  2. Classical and contemporary tunes
  3. Can easily move from one place to another as required
  1. Traditional New Orleans-style funeral band
  2. Perform in band uniform – matching coloured jackets, marching caps etc
  3. Repertoire including “When the saints…”, “Take my hand precious Lord” and more
  4. Can walk in front of the cortege en route to the church or crematorium
  5. Can lead the coffin and bearers into and/or out of the ceremony
  1. Scots piper, playing traditional pipe music, such as…
  2. “Flower of Scotland”, “Skye Boat Song”, “Scotland the brave” etc
  3. Smartly presented in Scots dress
  4. Can walk in front of the cortege en route to the church or crematorium
  5. Can lead the coffin and bearers into and/or out of the ceremony
  1. Gospel singers to lead the congregation and sing inspiring songs during the ceremony
  2. Repertoire includes “I go to the rock”, “Swing low, sweet chariot” and “Amazing grace”
  3. From four singers and keyboard players upwards
  1. Irish piper, playing Irish pipe favourites including…
  2. “Danny boy”, “Come back to Erin”, “The mountains of Mourne” etc
  3. Plays seated, but can move locations easily enough