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We're really glad you have found our page here! At Corton Audio we try to assist at this very sad time in the best and most supportive way that we can!


Let Corton Audio take the stress away when it comes time to celebrate the life of a loved one. Here we have compiled in one place, a list of a selection of funeral music to help with making your music selection for the service.

We believe in the power of music, the story it tells and the it has the power to express how we feel about our loved one that passed away.

They can also express our deepest sorrow and help us to begin healing. Funeral songs can also help us joyfully celebrate an extraordinary life.

Because Corton Audio are regarded as one of the most seasoned and professional funeral service provider across northern Victoria and southern NSW let our team take the stress away during this time.

Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli

Time to Say Goodbye

Israel Kamakawiwo

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth

See You Again

Celtic Woman

Danny Boy

Josh Groban

To Where You Are

Sarah Brightman

Ave Maria

Sarah Mclachlan

In the Arms of An Angel


Even Though You're Gone

Bette Midler

Wind Beneath My Wings

Robbie Williams



You Raise Me Up

Eric Idle/Monty Python

Always Look On the Bright Side of Life

Eric Clapton

Tears In Heaven

Jeff Buckley

Satisfied Mind

Frank Sinatra

My Way


Calling All Angels

Ed Sheeran

Supermarket Flowers

Annie Lennox

Into the West

Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect Soundtrack)

Sarah McLachlan


Donna Taggart

Jealous of the Angels

Mumford & Sons

Awake My Soul

Bad Girls The Musical

Freedom Road

Angel statue
Church Altar
Church Pews

All music/song links provided for assistance purposes only.

All music copyrighted to the respectful owner and publisher.

All links to YouTube clips are external to Corton Audio's site, we hold no responsibility for accuracy, safety or availability once leaving this site.

Our funeral song pick for 2023...

Go Rest High On That Mountain 

Vince Gill

Ready to know how we would like your music?

Thank you for preparing the music for the service for our team. Please ensure that the songs are burnt to a Music CD onto a blank (CD-R) OR alternatively on a USB (MP3 Format) in the order of the songs they will be played during the service.

Please make a minimum of two CD/USB copies as sometimes the music will be required in two places such as the cemetery and church/chapel.

We highly recommend buying all copies of music for both audio quality and reliability from reputable providers such as iTunes Store.

How many songs do I need for the service?

The best option will be to discuss this with your chosen funeral director as the amount and number of music tracks can depend on the chosen service & location but please see our personalised guide below.

For a service involving both a Church & following the Church a Committal service we recommend:

At the Church:

- Entry music/song for when the family enters the church.

- A song for reflection (this may be backing music for a slide show presentation or video)

- An exit song as the coffin or casket is being carried to the hearse. 

At the Cemetery:

- A carry over song (to be played as the coffin bearers carry the coffin/casket to the graveside)

- A committal song (as the coffin/casket gets lowered into its final resting place).

This total's up to five separate song tracks, we highly recommend making two copies of your chosen music to enable one copy to go to the Church and one to go to the Cemetery. This helps a lot with testing & logistically. But we highly recommend discussing with your chosen funeral director to assist with ideas and guide you on the required amount of musical items for the specific funeral/memorial service.

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