Southwest Michigan Harpist ~ Lakeside Wedding Reception Music

What better venue for a wedding than at your family’s own lakeside retreat!  Tim and Michelle were married in Sister Lakes in Southwest Michigan, and had both their ceremony and reception at the groom’s family cabin, right on the shores of Round Lake.

Southwest MI Wedding Harpist

Following a guitarist who played and sang some classic rock songs, I played a wide variety of solo harp music.  Tim put together one of the most eclectic request lists I’ve ever seen!  Ranging from Renaissance dance tunes to classical harp recital pieces to Billy Joel, Van Morrison, and the Police, there was truly something for everyone in attendance to enjoy!

The harp music for the evening included:

  • Great Day by Nancy Gustavson
  • Song in the Night (Chanson dans la Nuit) by Salzedo
  • Reverie & Rouet by Hasselmans
  • Every Breath You Take by The Police
  • Nightingale by Deborah Henson-Conant
  • Romance without Words by Godefroid
  • Caribbean Blue by Enya
  • Concerning Hobbits from Lord of the Rings
  • Nocturne by Grandjany
  • Vers la Source dans le Bois by Tournier
  • Romanza
  • Liebestraume by Lizst
  • Moonlight Sonata and Fur Elise by Beethoven
  • The Clergy’s Lamentation by O’Carolan
  • Coranto
  • La Rotta
  • She’s Always a Woman, Uptown Girl, & Just the Way You Are by Billy Joel
  • Moondance by Van Morrison
  • Pistache from Epices

As I played, guests enjoyed dinner and the sunset.  The pontoon boat was ready to go!

Southwest Michigan Wedding Harpist

No matter what your musical taste, a skilled harpist can accommodate your requests.  The genres I play cover classical music from the Renaissance to today, current Top 40, Bollywood hits, Celtic tunes, sacred music, Broadway songs, jazz standards, Jewish music, rock ballads, and more.

I play for weddings in Southwest Michigan and beyond.  Please visit my website (Southwest Michigan Harpist) for details!

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