The menu of songs on Anne’s wedding music playlists
is absolutely huge! And these lists can be used for any event!
Choose from thousands of titles—Anne
adapts all of them to sound gorgeous on the harp. To hear what your selections will
sound like as harp music,
wedding music samples
on this site, and contact Anne Roos to set up an appointment at
530-541-2575. She’s happy to audition
for you in person, via speakerphone, or over Skype.
These are all-purpose music lists--Use them to see the extent
of Anne's repertoire, even if you are considering Anne for a non-wedding event or
Because these lists are so enormous, save your paper and ink and do not print them
in their entirety. Just print the pages that contain your favorite categories of
music. Or better yet, download the files to review them later, without printing
Harpist Anne Roos offers two music playlists. This first
list contains just about everything that Anne plays on the harp:
Anne’s Complete Music List.pdf
If the above list is too overwhelming, here is Anne’s shorter
wedding music playlist containing just the songs that are most often requested:
Anne’s Music Favorites List .pdf
Anne's tips for selecting your wedding music:
• Start by downloading Anne’s easy guide to decide how many selections you’ll need at your wedding:
How to Select Your Wedding Music.pdf
• Decide which categories of music you like best, and
then search under those categories. For instance, if
you like rock music from before 1980, don’t get bogged down reading through
all the Celtic titles that are listed in another section.
• Create a list of songs that you know and love from
your favorite categories. Choose songs that have special
importance to you and you fiancé. Select songs to be played in honor of loved
ones. Pick songs with religious significance, too. But avoid songs that you have
never heard, even if the song titles sound interesting.
• Determine the songs that will be used for each wedding
festivity. Using our example of early rock music, perhaps
you’ll choose “Stairway to Heaven”, “Free Bird”, and
a combination of Beatles tunes while your fiancé is waiting for the ceremony
to begin and during the arrival of your guests. Honor your parents and grandparents
with songs they love from Andrew Lloyd Webber Broadway musicals. Then, for the processional,
you may decide to go in a different direction and choose music from the Classical
category. It’s your special day—Make the music as memorable as your
• Special note for selecting your wedding ceremony
music: Run your list by your celebrant (minister, rabbi,
priest, etc.). Some celebrants, faiths, or houses of worship do not allow non-religious
music or particular songs to be played. In addition, some may not permit music to
be performed during the ceremony itself.
For weddings and beyond, if you can’t find a particular song on these lists, or if you have any questions
about the appropriateness of your selections, please feel free to
contact Anne by email or
by phone at 530-541-2575. With her 30+ years of experience as a
wedding harpist, Anne Roos is open to learning new songs and welcomes discussing
your music ideas.
“We met Anne a few months before our wedding, and
she very patiently played some of our favorite songs and helped us come up with
which songs we should use at our ceremony. On our Big Day, the music was just perfect.
We really appreciated how reliable and detail-oriented she was. Thank you, Anne!”—Meghan
P., San Francisco, CA