Funeral/Memorial Service with 20 guests
Outdoor (without cover)
Scotland the Brave, Amazing Grace, other traditional solo pipe tunes appropriate for a funeral
The Arlington Cemetery coordinator indicates that most professional pipers are familiar with the grave-side ceremony and when it is appropriate for the pipes to join in the sequence. Do you have experience at Arlington Cemetery ceremonies?
Grave-side with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery. Scheduled to begin at 3PM with assembly at the Visitors' Center 30-45 minutes in advance. My late husband loved bagpipe music and even tried to learn through the Kena Highlanders. I was unsuccessful trying to contact Kena, so am now trying the internet to find a bagpiper.
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Funeral Music in Arlington, VA
Saying goodbye is never easy, but sometimes the comfort of song can be calming. Music is one of the last and best ways to pay respect to our loved ones who have passed. Though you’re facing one of the hardest times in life, the soothing sounds of a harp or a piano can ease the pain that you’re feeling. Whatever your needs, our musicians can provide the songs or music that ensure your loved ones are treated with the dignity and respect that they deserve. Search for Funeral Music in Arlington, Virginia above.
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