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21-30 of 98 videos of music composed by Johann Pachelbel

Pachelbel's canon in D - Le Canon de Pachelbel - harp / harpe
Pachelbel's canon in D - Le Canon de Pachelbel - harp / harpe Pachelbel's canon Interpreted by Marion On the harp People have asked me to play a classical song. I've chosen Pachelbel's canon because it's a bit difficult but very enjoyable to play ! And I hope... enjoyable to listen ! Thanks for your comments ! Le Canon de Pachenbel Interprété par Marion A la harpe Plusieurs personnes m'ont demandé de jouer une chanson plus « classique » pour changer... J'ai choisi le Canon de Pachenbel car c'est un morceau plutôt difficile mais très agréable à jouer ! J'espère qu'il sera aussi agréable à écouter ! Merci pour vos commentaires ! Marion
Pachelbel Canon in D Major
Pachelbel Canon in D Major I think this is one of the best orchestra pieces in the world. Its fantastic. The video is set on a plain violin picture. But imagine a whole orchestra playing it. It really is beautiful. And if you would like to know, I first heard this in the anime "La Corda d'Oro". It is a great anime. It has many orchestra pieces. Please enjoy! :-)
Ray Reussner: "Preambulo" Manuel Maria Ponce Sound Of Guitar
Ray Reussner: "Preambulo" Manuel Maria Ponce Sound Of Guitar www.reverbnation.com In part six of Ray Reussner's outstanding video performs "Preambulo" by Manuel Maria Ponce. Recorded at Mission San Antonio in Southern California (founded 14 July 1771). Part six of seven. Produced by Tyler Oliver and Ron May. Courtesy of Ray Reussner. Please note the high quality full resolution stereo DVD with additional tracks will be available soon on the website listed below. Ray built the guitar used in this video after the famous 1937 Herman Hausser of Andres Segovia using specs of the guitar which is now in the Metropolitan Museum in New York. It is his fourteenth guitar. Since number twelve, he has made slight variations to suit his taste. This particular guitar #14 may also soon be available. Contact us through youtube. Only serious offers will be entertained. Ray studied with Andres Segovia off and on for 20 years and carries on his legacy through an intimate knowledge of his technique and repertoire. He is also known for his famous and highly collectible Reuer guitar cases, of which Segovia would never leave home without, having owned four during his lifetime. sologuitarist.net
Hiromi - Jazz in Marciac 2010 (fragm. 1) Canon in D (Johann Pachelbe
Hiromi - Jazz in Marciac 2010 (fragm. 1) Canon in D (Johann Pachelbe Hiromi - Jazz in Marciac 2010 (fragm. 1) Canon in D (Johann Pachelbel) Hiromi - piano
Pachelbel - Canon in D
Pachelbel - Canon in D This is an arrangement of Pachelbel's Canon in D for solo piano.
Pachelbel - Canon in D (piano)
Pachelbel - Canon in D (piano) Pachelbel - Canon in D (piano), arranged by Lee Galloway (full version). Classical music piano. There are some very nice versions of Canon in D with violin, harp, guitar or orchestra, but I think this arrangement by Lee Galloway is one of the best versions for solo piano. Variations on the Canon (Kanon) by Pachelbel (George Winston arrangement) is also great. I learnt how to play Canon in D on piano mainly by watching other videos here on YouTube (together with the sheet music). Enjoy - I hope you like it. Canon in D sheet music: If you like this piece you can buy and download the sheet music at www.leegalloway.com. Canon in D mp3 You can listen to the original mp3 file here: www.leegalloway.com Canon in D midi file: I haven´t found any midi-file for Lee Galloway´s Canon in d arrangement for solo piano, but there are some other midi files you can download for free by Googling "pachelbel canon in d major MIDI". With a software like "Synthesia" www.synthesiagame.com or the "Music Animation Machine" http you can listen to midi files (or connect a keyboard to your computer and play live) while viewing visualizations of the falling notes generated by the program on your computer screen. You can download both programs in freeware versions. Canon in D is the most famous piece of music by German baroque composer Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706). It remained forgotten for centuries and was rediscovered only in the 20th century. Several decades after it was first published in 1919, the ...
Chicago Wedding Ceremony Music Classical Trio Canon in D
Chicago Wedding Ceremony Music Classical Trio Canon in D This video is from our Chicago Wedding Ceremony Music Department. It features our Classical Trio ( Violin, Cello and Piano) performing Cannon in D. You can watch more video clips and learning about our music company by visiting our website: www.drmusic.com. We look forward to working with you!!
Pachelbel - Canon In D Major
Pachelbel - Canon In D Major Canon In D major (High quality) Canon and Gigue in D major for three Violins and Basso Continuo (Kanon und Gigue in D-Dur für drei Violinen und Basso Continuo) en.wikipedia.org
Canon in D on violin and electric guitar
Canon in D on violin and electric guitar canon in d by johan pachelbel... violin and electric guitar... classical meets hip hop
Johann Pachelbel - Variations on Canon (George Winston) (Piano)
Johann Pachelbel - Variations on Canon (George Winston) (Piano) HD version @ www.youtube.com Pachelbel's Canon, also known as Canon in D major, or more formally Canon and Gigue in D major for three Violins and Basso Continuo (Kanon und Gigue in D-Dur für drei Violinen und Basso Continuo), is one of the most famous pieces of music by Johann Pachelbel. It was written in or around 1680, during the Baroque period, as a piece of chamber music for three violins and basso continuo, but has since been arranged for a wide variety of ensembles. The Canon was originally paired with a gigue in the same key, although neither this composition nor the original version of the Canon as Pachelbel wrote it are regularly performed or recorded today. The piece is particularly well known for its chord progression, and is played at weddings and included on classical music compilation CDs, along with other famous Baroque pieces such as Air on the G String by JS Bach (BWV 1068). It became very popular in the late 1970s through a famous recording by the Jean-François Paillard chamber orchestra. A non-original viola pizzicato part is also commonly added (in a string orchestra or quartet setting) when a harpsichord or organ player is not used to improvise harmonies over the bass line.
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