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At Mount Jerome, we have piped music in all of our 3 chapels. We can play music from CD's, Smartphones (require airplane mode setting on and password protect switched off), iPods, MP3 players, USB Sticks, Tablets or Laptops.

We also have Apple Music streaming service in all our 3 chapels, from which we can play on demand any of the 30 million musical tracks available on this streaming service. If you would like to use Apple Music, then please email us at in advance of your service, with your desired tracks.

But please CLEARLY LIST on your email the track name, artist name and (if applicable) the album name. We cannot be held responsible if the incorrect music track is played from the Apple Music streaming service if it is not clearly listed on your email request. This is especially the case with classical or instrumental pieces of music.

Please note that we do not endorse the use of YouTube to play music tracks from as there have been instances of YouTube advertisments being inadverently played during cremation services !

The most personal piece of music to be played during a service is when the curtains are closing. Please take time to carefully select that piece which you think is most appropriate. Remember that there are no restrictions as to what type or kind of music that can be played at a service at Mount Jerome. Nevertheless if a family do not have any music of their own to play, we will play classical music at the beginning and at the end of a service.

For a committal service, it is possible to play 2 pieces of music, one at the beginning of the religious service and the second when the curtains are closing at the end. With a full service funeral, up to 4-5 pieces of music can be played at whatever intervals the family see fit. Please inform the clergy / celebrant conducting a service of the pieces of music to be played during it.

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