Music quite often speaks louder than words, so when it comes to selecting appropriate and meaningful music for your loved can quite often be quite a challenge for the loved ones left behind.
At Sahara Indian Funeral Services in Sydney, we take great pride in providing you and your family with as much support and understanding when it comes to the process of choosing the music for your loved ones send off.
We can make appropriate musical suggestions on various type of religious and non religious funeral. Our funeral music suggestion lists include religions such as Hindu, Sikh, Christian, Buddhist etc.
Let us help you in choosing the right music by providing you guidance and assistance, Sahara Funeral has plenty of experience in suggesting music that will not only be appropriate, but also meaningful to you, your family and your guests.
We can arrange a CD player for you and an outlet so that you will not need to worry about the smaller details on the day of the funeral. Please check with our funeral director or friendly staff as to what type of format will need to be downloaded in order to play on the CD player.
Funeral music comes in all types of instrumental forms, you may choose to download music for a CD player, hire a vocalist, pianist, organist, string quartet, pier or buglar.
When looking for music that is a reflection to your loved ones life, you can consider their personality, the year they were born in or simply the type of music they enjoyed listening to when they were alive. For example if the deceased loved a particular genre of music such as country music, rock and roll music, modern music or classic music.
Sahara Funeral Sydney, suggest looking for meaningful music that reflects your loved ones life, if you can’t decide on any type of genre, than you can always consider some lovely pieces of music being performed by a skilled pianist. Piano music is always stunning, classy and very easy to listen to by all of the attendants at the funeral.
If you find that you are not up to choosing music or an artist to perform at the funeral, than please feel free to lean on us and let us help make some suggestions for you. If you decide that you simply don’t want to have any music during the funeral please let us know as that is more than alright with us. We are here to help and assist you in any way we can, it’s all about you, your family, your loved one and guests, so we are here to support you the best way we know how, and that’s by listening to you and your needs!
Below is a simple list of funeral songs that you may like to consider, the songs are just a recommendation and are in and no way a reflection of any type of religion or nationality. We have music suggestions for everyone and welcome your thoughts and suggestions!
- Bring Him Home – Gary Morris
- Can You Feel The Love Tonight – Elton John
- Father and Son – Cat Stevens
- Gone Too Soon – Michael Jackson
- Goodbye – Lionel Richie
- Goodbye My Friend – Linda Ronstadt
- I Won’t Last A Day Without You – The Carpenters
- Immortality – Celine Dion
- In My Life – The Beatles
- The Last Time I Saw Her – Gordon Lightfoot
- There You’ll Be – Faith Hill
- The Way We Were – Barbra Streisand
- Touch Of Paradise – John Farnham
- Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again – Sarah Brightman
- When You Were Sweet Sixteen – The Furys
- Asleep – The Smith’s
- Keg On My Coffin – The Push Stars
- Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
- Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Israel Kamakawiwo’Ole
Please feel free to contact the funeral director at Sahara Indian Funeral Services in Sydney for any guidance you may need in selecting any type the funeral music for your loved ones send off. We are here to help you in any way we can!
Call today, make an appointment, or simply chat to us over the phone!