Deborah Shaw

Harpist, Pianist, Available for weddings, corporate events, parties and cocktail receptions.

Here are some examples of songs which have been requested and I have played over the last 5 years. I can perform classical, Scottish / English Folk, Pop, Jazz, Latin and Rock covers. Please do ask if there is a particular song you would like to hear. I am more than happy to take requests and most things are possible. I try to keep this list up to date but it is difficult as I learn new pieces every week. 

 

A River Flows In You (Twilight) – Yurimi.

Air on a G String -  Bach

Air (Water Music) – Handel

Andante - Mozart

Beethoven – Ode To Joy

Braveheart Theme

Bridal Chorus – Wagner

Blue Danube - Strauss

Canon In D – Pachelbel

Jesu Joy Of Man’s Desiring - Bach

I Giorni – Ludovico Einaudi

Flower Duet – Delibes

Forest Gump Theme (Feather Song)

Greensleeves

Last of the Mohicans Film Theme

Prelude in C – J. S Bach

Spring (Four Seasons) - Vivaldi

Titanic Film Theme

Trumpet Tune – Purcell

Trumpet Voluntary Clarke

Variations on a Welsh Carol

Wedding March – Mendhellson

1000 Years Christina Perri

All Of Me – John Legend

Autumn Leaves

Bridge Over Troubled Water – Simon/Garfunkel

Can’t Help Falling In Love With You - Elvis

Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol

Close To You – The Carpenters

Could It Be Magic – Take That

Edelwiess

Erksay’s Love Lilt – Scottish Traditional

Fly Me TO The Moon

Greatest Day – Take That

Get Lucky – Daft Punk

Hey Soul Sister

Here Comes Your Man  - The Pixies

How Long Will I Love You – Ellie Goulding

Ice and Fire (Theme From Games of Thrones)

Imagine – John Lennon

Kanding Love Song  (traditional Chinese)

Make You Feel My Love – Adele

Marry You – Bruno Mars

Memory From Cats

Mharis Wedding – Scottish Traditional

Moon River

My Love is Like a Red Red Rose – Scottish Traditional

Over The Rainbow – Judy Garland

Skye Boat Song – Traditional Scottish

Someone Like You - Adele

Space Oddity –  David Bowie

Stand By Me – Ben E King

Sweet Child of Mine – Guns and Roses

Your Song – Elton John