Funeral/Memorial Service on Jul 12th, 2019 with 20 guests
Outdoor (without cover)
I'm not sure yet
Scotland The Brave. Amazing Grace, Going Home, Flower of Scotland
My fath3wr was born in Glasgow and I would like to honor him at his funeral. He was extremely proud of his heritage. He mived3 to the US in young adulthood. I would like the bagpiper to play outside the church at the entrance with the doors open. I would also like if possoble that he play at the cemetary. I dont know if the bagpiper should arrive at the start of the fineral mass or not. I dont know at what point in the funeral he should play. I would like to talk to work out details. Funeral mass begins at 10 am. Possibly a song or 2 at rh3e start of mass for the procession and a song or two upon exiting? Then a song or 2 at the cemetary? Thank you
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Bagpipers in Fall River, MA
The sound of a bagpipe has a certain magic and nostalgia to it. A festive Irish or Scottish event is made that much better with the sounds of the Scottish Highlands! Of course, no St. Patrick's Day celebration is complete without a rousing bagpiper. And in the somber time of a funeral or memorial service, bagpipes are a resonating and beautiful choice of music. With such a unique sound and appearance, bagpipes make any event instantly more interesting. Search for Bagpipers in Fall River, Massachusetts above.
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