Music for Funerals

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There is so much scope, so much to choose from, and I encourage you to look far and wide. Here are just a few of my favourites, as well as some that have been played during funerals I’ve taken.

The theme tune from The Fall and Rise of Reginal Perrin opened the celebration of the life of writer David Nobbs:


Dvořák – Song to the moon – sung by Renée Fleming

 


Chumbawamba, Tubthumping

 


Ayo, Down On My Knees

 


Barry White, My First, My Last, My Everything

 


Maurice Jarre, Lara’s Theme

 


Coldplay, The Hardest Part

 


Catalani, Ebben Ne Andro Lontana sung by Anna Netrebko, from La Wally

 


The Cure, Lullaby

 


Gorecki, Symphony No.3 Lento e Largo

 


Consuelo Velasquez, Besame Mucho

 


Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue

 


Thelma Houston, Don’t Leave Me This Way

 


Mancini, The Pink Panther

 


Jacques Brel, Ne Me Quitte Pas

 

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