My Own Order of Service In most cases (preferred) I will have contacted the deceased's family well in advance of the funeral service (unless otherwise requested) to discuss the various musical pieces to be played at the funeral service.
I, generally as a rule arrive at the funeral service venue about 45-60 minutes before the service starts.This is time for me to tune my pipes, meet the family members and catch up with the Funeral Directors about any details about the service that I should know about.
I do actually sit and listen to the whole service to see if I can detect any hint of other tunes that I may possibly play at the service unless otherwise requested.
The Piper can Play for the Following:
Mourners Arrival The Casket Carry in to Funeral Service Venue and/or Family Entrance as well. Reflection Music Requested Pieces Casket Carry Out to Hearse Hearse Leaving for Cremation or Interment Cemetery Entrance Casket Carry Over Casket Lowering Days End
Funeral Music (suggestions only)... My Home Danny Boy Going Home Loch Lomond Auld Lang Syne Amazing Grace The Dark Island Flower of Scotland... The Skye Boat Song Highland Cathedral The Day Thou Lord Gavest has Ended Flowers of the Forest...Newer Modern Version.. Flowers of the Forest...Old Version And many others of course...
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