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#1: Music for Funerals

Posted on 2006-06-12 22:12:59 by dennis

I went to a funeral this afternoon, of the senior adviser for the authority I
work in. A sad occasion of course, especially when the person concerned was a
genuine, caring human being, as well as good at his job.
We left the crematorium to the sound of the Roy Harper song, When an Old
Cricketer Leaves the Crease, and it was just perfect. The music for the whole
ceremony was chosen by the person who was being cremated.

What would you choose ?
--
Teachers & critics, all dance the poot. Are we not men ? We are Devo.

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#2: Re: Music for Funerals

Posted on 2006-06-12 23:38:11 by Jim Capaldi

"To My Old Brown Earth" by Pete Seeger.


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&gt;I went to a funeral this afternoon, of the senior adviser for the authority
&gt;I work in. A sad occasion of course, especially when the person concerned
&gt;was a genuine, caring human being, as well as good at his job.
&gt; We left the crematorium to the sound of the Roy Harper song, When an Old
&gt; Cricketer Leaves the Crease, and it was just perfect. The music for the
&gt; whole ceremony was chosen by the person who was being cremated.
&gt;
&gt; What would you choose ?
&gt; --
&gt; Teachers &amp; critics, all dance the poot. Are we not men ? We are Devo.

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#3: Re: Music for Funerals

Posted on 2006-06-12 23:40:09 by bluezfolk

Dennis wrote:
&gt; I went to a funeral this afternoon, of the senior adviser for the authority I
&gt; work in. A sad occasion of course, especially when the person concerned was a
&gt; genuine, caring human being, as well as good at his job.
&gt; We left the crematorium to the sound of the Roy Harper song, When an Old
&gt; Cricketer Leaves the Crease, and it was just perfect. The music for the whole
&gt; ceremony was chosen by the person who was being cremated.
&gt;
&gt; What would you choose ?
&gt; --
&gt; Teachers &amp; critics, all dance the poot. Are we not men ? We are Devo.


My wife and I have already had that discussion and have made our
choices. My song will be the Grateful Deads &quot;Ripple&quot; hers will be John
Denvers &quot;Take me Home Country Road&quot;. In either case the second song
will be &quot;Will the Circle be Unbroken&quot; possibly written by the Carter
family, or maybe a true folk song.


Eric

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#4: Re: Music for Funerals

Posted on 2006-06-13 00:24:48 by Dav Vandenbroucke

You could take a look at Bronwen Williams' &quot;Whey you Die:&quot;
<a href="http://www.bronwenwilliams.com/lyric11.htm" target="_blank">http://www.bronwenwilliams.com/lyric11.htm</a>

Dav Vandenbroucke
davanden at cox dot net

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