Below you will find lists of my repertoire, specifically my wedding repertoire. Please note that these lists are not all-inclusive since they were written for brides to help them choose music for their wedding. Contact me if you need to request a special song or piece, or if you want to inquire about my non-wedding repertoire.


Always Forever - Jodi Ann Tolman Angel’s Hymn – Rhett Barnwell
Aria – Kuhnau/arr. Deborah Friou Arioso – Johann Sebastian Bach
Bridal Chorus (Aria from the opera Lohengrin) – Wagner/arr. Robin Fickle
Canon in D – Pachelbell/arr. Susann McDonald & Linda Wood
Chaconne from (“The Fairy Queen”) – Henry Purcell/arr. Friou Chanson - Nancy & Randall Faber
Clair De Lune – Debussy Entr’acte to Act Three of Carmen - Georges Bizet/arr. Janet Lanier Fur Elise - Beethoven The Harmonious Blacksmith (Air with Variations) - Handel Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring - J.S. Bach
Jupiter (“The Planets.” also known as I Vow to Thee, My Country) – Holst/arr. Friou
Largo (New World Symphony) – Dvorak/arr. Friou The Lord’s Prayer - Malotte/arr. Paret (Click link to view my YouTube Recording: Meditation from Thais - Massenet Minuet in G – J.S. Bach Minuet in A – J.S. Bach Morning – Edvard Grieg
Moonlight Sonata - Ludwig Beethoven/arr. Friou Musetta’s Waltz - Puccini Narcissus – Ethelbert Nevin
Nocturne for Harp – Mikhail Glinka
O, My Beloved Father (Gianni Schicchi) – Puccini/arr. Friou Pathetique Sonata - Beethoven Peace Be with You - Frank Voltz Polovtsian Dance - Borodin
Prelude in C – J.S. Bach/arr. Betty Paret Prince of Denmark’s March (Trumpet Voluntary) – Jeremiah Clark Quiet Times – Rebekah Heinz
Rainbows – Sharon Watson Rondeau – Jean-Joseph Mouret The Secret Life of Daydreams (P&P 2005) – Dario Marianelli Sheep May Safely Graze – J.S. Bach
Sonatina in C Major – Duncombe/arr. Fickle Song From A Secret Garden – Rolf Lovland St. Anthony Chorale - Brahms
Stars and Butterflies (Pride and Prejudice 2005) – Dario Marianelli The Swan – Camille Saint-Saens Theme & Variations – Haydn To A Wild Rose – Edward MacDowell Trumpet Tune – Purcell Trumpet Voluntary - Purcell


A Thousand Years – Perri/arr. Catherine Rogers And So It Goes - Billy Joel/arr. Tolman Annie’s Song – John Denver/arr. Jodi Ann Tolman Autumn Leaves – by Johnny Mercer & Joseph Kosma/arr. Eleanor Fell
Can’t Help Falling in Love – Elvis Presley/arr. Tolman Caribbean Medley – Louis Trotter Carol Ann – Michael W. Smith/arr. Angi Bemiss Clocks – Arr. Christy-Lyn Marais Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen/arr. Tolman Here Comes the Sun – George Harrison/arr. Sylvia Woods I Will Always Love You - Whitney Houston/arr. Tolman Into the West (from The Return of the King) – Howard Shore/arr. Sylvia Woods It Had To Be You – Gus Kahn & Isham Jones/arr. David Ice Let Me Call You Sweetheart - Leo Friedman/arr. Janet Lanier Moon River – Henry Mancini/arr. Angi Bemiss Perfect - Ed Sheeran/arr. Tolman Perhaps Love – John Denver/arr. Jodi Ann Tolman Photograph – Ed Sheeran/arr. Sylvia Woods Princess Leia’s Theme (from Star Wars) – John Williams/arr. Katherine Honey River Flows In You – Yiruma/arr. Jodi Ann Tolman Unforgettable – Irving Gordon/arr. Sylvia Woods
The Way You Look Tonight – arr. Paul Baker What a Wonderful World – George Wiess & Bob Thiele/arr. Paul Baker When I Fall In Love – Victor Young/arr. Stella Castellucci
You Raise Me Up – arr. Tolman


Beauty and the Beast (“Tale as old as time…”) - arr. Tolman Edelweiss (“The Sound of Music”) – Rodgers & Hammerstein/arr. Friou
Getting to Know You (“The King & I”) – Rodgers & Hammerstein/arr. Friou
Hello, Young Lovers (“The King & I”) – Rodgers & Hammerstein/arr. Friou
Let’s Go Fly a Kite (“Mary Poppins”) – Sherman/arr. Sylvia Woods Mia and Sebastian’s Theme – Justin Hurwitz/arr. Sylvia Woods
The Sound of Music (“The hills are alive”) – Rodgers & Hammerstein/arr. Friou
Theme from Up – Giacchino/arr. Woods
Somewhere, Over the Rainbow (“The Wizard of Oz”) - arr. Woods


(Americana, Celtic, Scottish, & Irish Folk Music)

Ashokan Farewell – Ungar/arr. Friou Auld Lang Syne - arr. Woods
Banish Misfortune – traditional Irish/arr. Sue Richards Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms - arr. Woods The Blue Bells of Scotland – Jordan/arr. Woods
Danny Boy – traditional/arr. Friou The Dark Isle - Iain McLaughlin/arr. Richards
Down by the Salley Gardens – Irish folk song/arr. Tolman The Foggy Dew - traditional Irish/arr. Paret Lavender’s Blue - English Folk Song arr. Janet Lanier Loch Lomond – traditional Scottish/arr. Woods The Mist Covered Mountains of Home - Traditional Scottish/arr. Richards My Love is Like A Red, Red Rose – Robert Burns/arr. Woods
Shenandoah – American folk song/arr. Janet Lanier
Simple Gifts – Joseph/arr. Woods
Skye Boat Song – Boulton/arr. Woods The Water is Wide – traditional/arr. Sylvia Woods


*Note: If it’s in the hymnal, I will probably be able to play it. Not all hymns work well on the harp. If you have a specific hymn in mind not listed, ask if I can adapt from the hymnal to the harp!

Al Nahorot Bavel (On the Rivers of Babylon) - Traditional Jewish/arr. Sunita Staneslow
Amazing Grace
As the Deer
Be Still My Soul
Be Thou My Vision
Blessed Assurance
Come, Thou, Fount of Every Blessing
Day by Day
For the Beauty of the Earth
Halleluyah - Traditional Jewish/arr. Staneslow
He Hideth My Soul
He Leadeth Me
Higher Ground
His Eye is on the Sparrow
Holy, Holy, Holy
Im Eshkachech (If I Forget You, O Jerusalem) - Traditional Jewish/arr. Staneslow
In Christ Alone
Jesus Loves Me
The King of Love
The Love of God
Morning Has Broken – gaelic/arr. Rhett Barnwell
My Shepherd Will Supply My Need
Nearer, My God, to Thee                                                                                           On Eagle’s Wings – Michael Joncas/arr. David Ice
Rock of Ages
This is My Father’s World
Wayfaring Stranger
Weep No More
What a Friend We Have in Jesus
Worthy of Worship
Unto the Hills I lift Mine Eyes (Psalm 121) – Scottish Psalter, 1615/arr. Staneslow

Music for solemn occasions

The Dark Isle - Ian McLaughlin/arr. Sue Richards Gymnopedie - Erik Satie The Mist Covered Mountains of Home - Traditional Scottish/arr. Sue Richards Sarabande - George Frederic Handel/arr. Deborah Friou Sarabande – Johann Pachelbel/arr. Robin Fickle Saudade - Olivia Hitt (


If you want a special a piece or song for your wedding that I do not already have in my repertoire, you may request it per these requirements:

  1. You must let the harpist know as soon as possible that you want to request a special song or piece not already in her repertoire.

  2. There must be a harp arrangement of it or it is easily adaptable to harp (as determined by the harpist).

  3. You will cover the fee to purchase said piece or song (or harpist can purchase it but your quote will increase to cover the cost of the music to reimburse her).

  4. It will be purchased as early as possible to give the harpist plenty of time to learn it. The bare minimum requirement is that the harpist has the music in hand 1 month before the event.