Below are just some examples of Caolan’s repertoire. Caolan is very happy to tailor his repertoire to your needs, whether it be a particular theme/genre of music or if you have a single special song/piece you would like at your wedding ceremony or event, he will be more than happy to learn it – Just ask!

Wedding Favourites:

Bridal March – Wagner

Canon in D – Pachelbel

Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – Handel

Air on a G String – J S Bach

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – J S Bach

Trumpet Voluntary – Purcell


The Moldau – Smetana

Siciliana – Respighi

Andante, from Violin Sonata No.2 – J S Bach

Cello Suite No.1 in G – J S Bach

Recuerdos de la Alhambra – Tárrega

Second Arabesque – Debussy

Premier Arabesque – Debussy

Spanish Dance No. 5 Andaluza – Granados

Ballade No. 1 – Chopin

Fantasie Impromptu – Chopin

Pieces Composed for the Harp:

Impromptu – G. Fauré

Sonata – P. Hindemith

Impromptu Caprice – G. Pierné

Etude de Concert – F. Godefroid

Watching the Wheat – J. Thomas

Sonatina No. 6 – Naderman

Interlude from Ceremony of Carols – B. Britten

Folk Tunes & Songs from Ireland:

Captain O’Kane – T. O’Carolan

Si Bheag Si Mor – T. O’Carolan

Fanny Power – T. O’Carolan

Carolan’s Concerto – T. O’Carolan

Morgan Magan – T. O’Carolan

Carolan’s Welcome – T. O’Carolan

Flowers of Edinburgh – trad. Irish

Black Velvet Band – trad. Irish

Whiskey in the Jar – trad. Irish

Wild Rover – trad. Irish

Carrickgergus – trad. Irish

Folk Tunes & Songs from Scotland:

Ae Fond Kiss – R. Burns

Ye Banks and Braes – R. Burns

My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose – R. Burns

Loch Lomond – trad. Scottish

Wild Mountain Thyme – trad. Scottish

Fear a Bhata – trad. Scottish

Afton Water – trad. Scottish

Annie Lauire – trad Scottish

My Love She’s but a Lassie Yet – trad. Scottish

Ca the Yowes – trad. Scottish

The Sleeping Tune – G. Duncan

Harp Concerto’s:

Concerto in Bb Major – G F. Handel

Flute & Harp Concerto in C Major – W A. Mozart

Chamber Music (Flute, Viola & Harp)

Elegiac Trio – A. Bax

Sonata for Flute, Viola & Harp – C. Debussy