Irish music is a wonderful choice for your special day. Lilting Irish airs create elegant ambience before the ceremony and while photos are being taken. One of the graceful compositions by 18th-century Irish harpist/composer Turloch O’Carolan makes a lovely processional. Then a joyous Irish jig strikes just the right note for the recessional as the bride and groom come back down the aisle. Then, at the reception, lively Irish reels and hornpipes are sure to get your guests up and dancing.
Upon request, the band can also play lovely Irish liturgical music such as “Lady of Knock” (composed by Irish singer Dana Rosemary Scallon) and the traditional Irish hymn “Be Thou My Vision (Slane)”.
You can opt for a simple duo of fiddle and Celtic harp, or a band consisting of fiddle and Celtic harp with the sparkling addition of Irish flute. Or, for a more rockin’ sound, you can have a four- or five-piece Irish/Celtic band featuring fiddle, flute, guitar, Irish bouzouki, vocals, and bodhran (Irish drum).