Ruby Paul's Full Repertoire: Category

Use our category selection and sort facilities to look up harp music by genre, artist, or song title. Ruby has one of the most varied and wide repertoires of any harpist, so we hope you will find plenty of your favourite music on here.

The harp is such a versatile instrument, any style of music sounds heavenly and relaxing in an arrangement for a harpist. For Weddings and Drinks Receptions or Dinners, Ruby Paul plays music in a variety of moods from upbeat to calming, in musical genres from modern Indie to Baroque Classical. Her set will range from classics such as Canon in D, the Flower Duet and O Mio Babbino Caro, to modern songs such Chasing Cars, How Much Do I Love You and One Day Like this by Elbow.

Her repertoire encompasses Classical Harp Music and Popular Harp Music and Ruby also plays everything in between including Folk, Celtic, Jazz, Musical Theatre and Bollywood songs on the Harp. From Ave Maria through Fields Of Gold, past the Phantom of the Opera to Tum Hi Ho, harpist Ruby entertains in every genre to keep everyone happy.

Look through Ruby’s repertoire page to find out about the many songs that Ruby plays, and to listen to online Harp clips of Ruby’s wonderful Harp Music.

Some of Ruby's Most Popular Pieces:


Chasing Cars

Snow Patrol


Come Away With Me

Nora Jones


Wonderful Tonight

Eric Clapton


Better Together

Jack Johnson


Just the Way you Are

Bruno Mars


Fields of Gold

Eva Cassidy


Make You Feel My Love

Adele


All You Need is Love

Beatles


Your Song

Elton John


Rule the World

Take That


How Much Do I Love You

Ellie Goulding


Here Comes the Sun

The Beatles


Greensleeves

Anon


Ave Maria

Bach/Gounod


Canon in D

Pachelbel


Wedding March

Wagner


One Day Like This

Elbow


A Thousand Years

Christina Perri


Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Judy Garland


All I Ask Of You

Phantom of the Opera


Circle of Life

Lion King


Winter Wonderland

Dean Martin


The River Flows in You

Yiruma


The Arrival of The Queen of Sheba

Handel


The Flower Duet

Lakme


O Mio Babbino Caro

Puccini


Summertime

Ella Fitzgerald


What a Wonderful World

Louis Armstrong


Lord of the Dance

Michael Flatley


Black Velvet Band

Irish Rovers