Elizabeth is in demand to play her harps for weddings, using her elegant antique gilded pedal harp, her smaller celtic harp or her stunning blue electroharp.

She has played at countless weddings and venues from Kensington Palace and the Tower of London, to many top hotels. She has been playing harps for weddings for over 20 years and has an extensive and varied repertoire of light classical, jazz and popular music, and also of atmospheric Celtic and traditional music to please a wide range of tastes.

Her background in playing traditional music as well as classical, and her experience as a music therapist means that she is equally happy playing from music or by ear, improvising when appropriate, fitting the music to the timing and mood of the occasion. She enjoys helping people choose the music they want for their weddings, to make their occasion individual to them. It is often possible for Elizabeth to add one or two new pieces to her repertoire for your wedding, either from music or by ear from a recording.

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Air (from Water Music) - Handel
Bridal Chorus (Here comes the Bride) Wagner
Trumpet Voluntary (Prince of Denmark
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba - Handel
Amazing Grace
Jesu Joy of Man
My Lagan Love (Irish love song)
Song Bird
Classical music including
Aria from Goldberg Variations J.S.Bach
Prelude in C J.S.Bach
Mandolin Sonata Beethoven
Chaconne Jeremiah Clarke
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin Debussy
Sonatina Dussek
Air from the Water Music Handel
Harmonious Blacksmith Handel
Cavatina (from the Deerhunter) Stanley Myers
O Mio Babbino Caro Puccini
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (Var. no 18) Rachmaninov
Traumerei Schumann
Music from The Four Seasons Vivaldi
Arne, Bochsa, Mozart, Nadermann, Scarlatti, Dussek and other composers
Ashokan Farewell
Autumn Leaves
All my Loving
And I Love her
Here There and Everywhere
Let it Be
We can Work it Out
Can You Feel the Love Tonight (Lion King)
Castle on a Cloud from Les Miserables
Cinema Paradiso
Enya songs eg Orinoco Flow
The First Time Ever I saw your Face
Have I Told You Lately
It had to be you
Last of the Mohicans
Les Miserables
Love me Tender
Love Changes Everything
Evita - Don
Angel of music
Music of the Night
Marble Halls (Enya)
My Favourite Things
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
Nothing Else Matters (Metallica)
Somewhere over the Rainbow
Take 5 (Dave Brubeck)
Times Like These (Foo Fighters)
The Wind Beneath my Wings
Wonderwall (Oasis)
Disney tunes - including
Beauty and the Beast
And more
1. Irish
Brian Boru
Cockles and Mussels
Danny Boy (Air from Derry)
Fields of Athenry
Give me your Hand
Last Rose of Summer
Mountains of Mourne
The Quiet land of Erin
Sally Gardens
Spancil Hill
Star of the County Down
When Irish Eyes are Smiling
Women of Ireland
Carolan's Farewell to Music
Eleanor Plunkett
Lord Galway
Planxty Burke
Princess Royal
Other Airs including:-
Sean O
Twisting of the Rope
Halting March
Sean O'Dwyer
Dance tunes including:-
Gander in the Pratie Hole
Monaghan's Jig
Scottish tunes including
Atholl Highlanders
Banks and Braes
Calliope House
Cock of the North
Da Day Dawn
Flower of Scotland
Highland Cathedral
Lament for a Blind Harper
Niel Gow
Scotland the Brave
Stuarts Rant
Also songs by Robert Burns
3. Welsh Tunes
All through the Night
Bells of Aberdovey
David of the White Rock
Land of my Fathers
Lady Owen
Meillionen o Feirionnydd (The Clover of Merionnydd)
Cysga Di Fy Mhlentyn Tlwas (Sleep My Pretty baby)
Breuddwyd Frenhines (The Queen
Hen Ferch Etan
4. Traditional English Tunes
The Water is Wide
All Things are quite Silent
A Blacksmith Courted Me
Brigg Fair
Early One Morning
Lovely Joan
Searching for Lambs
The Waters of Tyne
And many others
Bollywood music
Period music including:-
Angelus ad Virginem
Brid on a Briar
Summer is icumen in
Tudor - music from the time of Henry Vlll to Elizabeth l including
Horses Branle
Music by Dowland
17th century tunes Including
The Broom of the Cowden Knowes
Half Hannikin
Christmas Music
All Hail to the Days
Away in a Manger
Boars Head Carol
Ding Dong Merrily on High
First Nowell
Good King Wenceslas
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Holly and the Ivy
Interlude from Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten
I Wonder as I Wander
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
Nos Galan (Deck the Halls)
Silent Night
This is the Truth Sent from above
Unto Us a Boy is Born
We Three Kings
While Shepherds Watched
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Let it Snow
Pastorale from
The Twelve Days of Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
Winter Wonderland
Top Favourites for a Wedding Ceremony
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba -Handel
Canon in D - Pachelbel
Air on a G String - Bach
Wedding March - Mendelsohhn
All You Need is Love - Beatles
Ave Maria
Breton Variations
Fields of Gold
She Moved Through the Fair
Moon River
Air on a G String J.S.Bach
Adagio for Strings Samuel Barber
Fur Elise Beethoven
Mazurka no.2 Chopin
Giga Corelli
Flower Duet (from Lachme) Delibes
I Giorni Einaudi
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba Handel
Harp Concerto Handel
Variations on a Theme by Mozart (Arr. Le Dentu)
Canon in D (Pachelbel
Hornpipe Purcell
Gymnopedie No. 1 Eric Satie
Andante from Concerto for 2 Mandolins Vivaldi
plus other less known but beautiful music for by:-
Popular, Jazz standards, and music from film and stage
Music from Amelie
As Time Goes By
Beatles Songs including
All You Need is Love
Eleanor Rigby
Hey Jude
The Long and Winding Road
With a Little Help from my Friends
Black Orpheus
Cavatina (from The Deer Hunter)
Fields of Gold
Fly Me to the Moon
Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen/Jeff Buckley)
Leaving on a Jet Plane
Music from Lord of the Rings
Lloyd Webber
Cats - Memory
Jesus Christ Superstar - I Don
All I Ask of You
Think of Me
Phantom of the Opera
Maria (West Side Story)
Moon River
My Heart will Go On (Titanic)
Norwegian Wood
Orinoco Flow
Songbird (Eva Cassidy)
Sunshine on my Shoulders
Tears in Heaven (Eric Clapton)
Unchained Melody
When I fall in love
Wonderful tonight (Eric Clapton)
Wooden Heart
Your Song (Elton John)
A Whole New World
Everybody wants to be a Cat
Traditional and Celtic Music
Well known tunes and songs e.g.
The Coolin
Endearing Young Charms
The Foggy Dew
Lark in the Clear Air
Minstrel Boy
My Lagan Love
The Parting Glass
Red is the Rose
She moved through the Fair (Our Wedding Day)
Spinning Wheel
Rose of Tralee
Whiskey in the Jar
Captain Sudley
The Clergy
Fanny Power
Lady Gethin
Madam Cole
Planxty Irwin
Si Beag Si Mor
Miss Hamilton
Soft Mild Morning
Inis Oirr
The Cuillin
The Butterfly
The Irish Washerwoman
Ae Fond Kiss
Auld lang Syne
Ca' the Yowes
Cockle Gatherers
Eriskay love Lilt
Dark Island
Drunken Piper
Gloomy Winter
Isle of Aigas
Loch Lomond
My Love is like a Red, Red Rose
Morning has Broken
Roslin Castle
Skye Boat Song
Will Ye Go Lassie Go
and many other dance tunes, slow airs and songs
The Ash Grove
Cader Idris (Sweet Jenny Jones)
Men of Harlech
Merch Megan
The Rising of the Lark
Helar Scyfarnog (Hunting the Hare)
Y Bardd yn ei Awen (The Inspired Bard)
Y Crwtyn Llwd
and many others
Scarborough Fair
and oher less well known but equally beautiful songs and tunes including
The Banks of the Dee
Bonny at Morn
Bushes and Briars
The Waterloo Dance
When I was in my Prime
Plus modern composed folk songs eg by Kate Rusby
Jewish Wedding Music
Medieval tunes and songs including
Edi Beo Thu
And many more
Pastyme with Good Company (and other songs from the time of Henry VIII)
La Morisque
And many more
All in a garden Green
Cuckolds all in a Row
Gathering Peascods
Jenny Pluck Pears
Maiden Lane
And many more
Carols Including
The Angel Gabriel
Angels from the realms of Glory
Coventry Carol
Down in Yon Forest (Corpus Christi Carol)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Green Growth the Holly
Here We Come a Wassailing
In Dulci Jubilo
I Saw Three Ships
In the Bleak Midwinter
Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
O Come All Ye Faithful
Sussex Carol
Tomorrow Shall Be my Dancing Day
Wassail, Wassail, All Over the Town
Wexford Carol
Also other popular Christmas music
Christmas is Coming
Jingle bells
Little Drummer Boy
Rudolph the red Nosed Reindeer
White Christmas
Auld Lang Syne


Thank you so much for your playing it was simply beautiful and made the afternoon... You are very very talented and I shall be recommending you to all of my friends who are getting married! Thanks once again. (Leicestershire, June 2010)
Hannah Burrage
I just wanted to say thank you very much for your help on our big day. Your music sounded beautiful and everyone commented on how special your harp playing was and how much they enjoyed listening to you. It was exactly what we wanted and made our wedding ceremony perfect. Kind regards and once again heartfelt thanks. Nafisa and Ian, Northampton, (September 2010)
Nafisa Mohammed
Hi Elizabeth, I am still making the official notes so this is my 'unofficial' thank you for your beautiful playing at Victoria and Luke's wedding. Everyone commented on how wonderful the harp was and how it added to the ceremony. Thank you once again for adding so much to their special day with your lovely playing. With all best wishes Christine Goodwin (Northampton Sept 2010)
Christine Goodwin
Dear Elizabeth, Just a quick note to thank you for the wonderful music you gave us at our wedding in April. Many of our friends said how much they'd enjoyed the harp music. We would recommend you most highly to any other wedding couples, or indeed anyone looking for a warm, friendly and talented harpist to play at any function. Many thanks again, Yvonne and Martin Franklin (Girton College, Cambridge, April, 2010)
Yvonne and Martin Franklin
Just a quick thank you once again for Sunday, the day went to plan without a hitch. All of our guests commented on your music and especially mentioned what a great atmosphere it created during our ceremony. Many thanks from Annette and I and please let me know if you do any public performances in the future. Dave & Annette, (Stratford upon Avon, 12.09.10.)
Dave & Annette Matthews

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