Song List

Alice has a varied and wide repetoire of music and she is also a singer and song writer.  Her sets for weddings and similar events is purely accoustic unless you would like a particular song to be sung or a variety of singing and solo harp.   Here is an idea of the music she can play, many of these are also available as a harp and Violin Duet.  If you have a song in mind which is not on this list, please request it well in advance and bear in mind it may inncur a charge.

 

 

Pachelbel's Cannon - Pachelbel

The Wedding March -  Mendelssohn.

Bridal Chrorus - Wagner (here comes the bride)

Prelude in C- Bach

Greensleeves - Composer unknown

Scarborough Fair - old English Folk song

I Giorni -  ludovico einaudi

Morning has Broken - (hymn)

All of Me - John Ledgend

1000 Years - Christina Perri

I Can't Help Falling in Love (with you) - Elvis

How Long Will I Love You - Ellie Goulding

Golden Brown - The Stranglers

Perfect - Ed Sheeran

Hallelujah - L.Cohen

Where do you go to my Lovely - E.Stardedt

Clocks - Coldplay

Walking in the Air (from the Snowman) - Blake

Somewhere Over The Rainbow (from Wizard of Oz) - Arlen

Fields Of Gold - Sting

Nothing Else Matters - Metallica

Man Who Sold the World - David Bowie/Nirvana

With or Without You - U2

The Game of Thrones Theme - Ramin Djawadi

Can You Feel The Love Tonght (Lion King) - Elton John

Symphony - Clean Bandit

Children - Robert Miles

Sounds of Silence - Simon and Garfunkle

Zombie - The Cranberries

Teenage Dirtbag - Wheatus

Where is my Mind - The Pixies

Wikid Game - Chris Isaak

Wonderwall - Oasis

Video Games - Lana Del Ray

Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd

The Night We Met - Lord Huron

All My Life - K-Ci and JoJo

 

Traditional Celtic music

Sheebeg Sheemore (Ireland) - Carolan

Planxty Irwin (Ireland) - Carolan

Trip to Sligo (Ireland)

Gilliekrankie (Scotland)

Wild Mountain Thyme (Scotland)

Searching for Lambs (England)

The Grenadier and The Lady (England)

Delyo Syvy (Cornwall)

Ash Grove (Wales)

Shenandoah (USA)

Plethen Peswar Luf (Cornwall)

Fathaby Jig (Isle of Man)