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Pachelbel, Canon in D (1 of 3), performed by Voices of Music
Pachelbel, Canon in D (1 of 3), performed by Voices of Music Pachelbel's celebrated "Canon in D," performed by Voices of Music, accompanied by scrolling graphical and symbolic scores.FAQ Q: Where can I get the sheet music for this piece? A: The score that's shown in the video can be downloaded here and parts that you can perform from are here: and here's an arrangement for flute quartet (ZIP file with score and parts) Q: Who is playing this music? A: The group is called Voices of Music; the performers in this piece are Katherine Kyme, Carla Moore and Cynthia Miller Freivogel, baroque violin, Tanya Tomkins, baroque violoncello, Hanneke van Proosdij, baroque organ, and David Tayler, theorbo Q: It says "in D" but it sounds like it's in C-sharp to me. A: That's true; this performance is at what referred to as "old pitch," a pitch level that was more common when the piece was written. Q: These performers are wonderful; where I can hear more? A: Voices of Music record on the Magnatune label: Q: Where can I get the mp3 of this? A: This recording will be available at Magnatune pretty soon. Q: Why does the title say "1 of 3"? A: I'm planning to do three versions of this piece. The second version shows Voices of Music performing; it's here: (and a second version of it with thinner note bars is here): The third version will show more about how the canon works. Q: The bar-graph score and the conventional notation don't match; why is that? A: The ...
Pachelbel's Canon in D
Pachelbel's Canon in D My little brother playing Canon in D by Pachelbel(acoustic version). Feel free to add comments. Other videos at: thnx! guitar Pachelbel pachelbel Canon canon d-major gigue classical good version viola cello contrabass bass Orchestra Slovak great steve vai john petrucci classical quartet yngwie malmsteen pachelbel rant live Filipno Philippines
Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D - Symphonic remix
Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D - Symphonic remix Hey everyone, Phew. That was hard. Pachelbel's Canon in D is one of my favorite classical pieces ever, but AAGHHHH IM TIERD NOW :O (I really don't know what just came over me.) Thankfully the whole thing was just one melody played as a canon, a bassline, and a countermelody. I tried to make this a little different than your average chamber quartet; I used two oboes, a flute, two harps, a viola, two violins, a cello, and a trombone. Ifyou have any requests, please comment or send me a message with the song you want. Also tell me if you have any preference in genre or instruments. Thanks for watching!
Harp Pachelbel Canon in D
Harp Pachelbel Canon in D Pachelbel's Canon in D, arranged for harp by Sylvia Woods.
Pachelbel's Canon in D - piano version
Pachelbel's Canon in D - piano version Pachelbel's Canon in D performed by Lee Galloway. From the Wikipedia Sound List.
Pachelbel's Canon in D solo piano improvisation #1 Mike Strickland
Pachelbel's Canon in D solo piano improvisation #1 Mike Strickland Piano improvisation of Pachelbel's Canon in D by Mike Strickland. Sheet music now available. Go to: to purchase the EXACT transcription of this popular youtube video featuring 19 variations of the Canon in D with styles ranging from classical, new age, New Orleans boogie, rock and roll and pop - all in one piece!! http Tutorials will follow after everyone has had a chance to get their copy.
Pachelbel's canon in D Major - Very nice version
Pachelbel's canon in D Major - Very nice version This is one of the greatest hits in the classical world which was composed in the 1680's by Johann Pachelbel. Sight-reading it with colleagues on 2 Guadagnini,1 Stradivari Violin and a Steinway in Sweden at 3 am :-) Probably the most juicy canon on YouTube!!! :-) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 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 the most famous piece 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. The piece, whose score was discovered and first published in the 1920s, and first recorded in 1940 by Arthur Fiedler[1], 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 ...
Pachelbel : Canon in D Major - Wedding Music - Synth Church Organ
Pachelbel : Canon in D Major - Wedding Music - Synth Church Organ Johann Pachelbel's (1653 - 1706) deeply romantic and haunting Canon in D Major. This wonderful composition by Pachelbel is played on Technics Electronic Keyboard with Synthesised Church Pipe Organ Effects by well known Transvestite Fashion Model and Amateur Transgender Musician - Miss Denise Erica Hewitt. *** Inspired by those magnificant Royal Weddings, Denise is wearing a wonderful long lacy Wedding Dress from Zoe's Bridal Boutique, with a magical Diamante Bridal Tiara for these seductive and romantic royal wedding music variations on the Canon in D Major by Baroque composer Johann Pachelbel *** 2011 Update: Congratulations to HRH Prince William of Wales and HRH Catherine Middleton (now the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge) on their Royal Wedding - today, Friday 29th April, 2011, in Westminster Abbey, London. *** *** On my YouTube Music Channel you'll find recordings of all three wedding hymns from the beautiful music of their spectacular Marriage Service - Cwm Rhondda, Love Divine, and Jerusalem - that I uploaded last year since they're my favourite wedding hymns too!!! - Enjoy:)
Canon In D Major (Piano)
Canon In D Major (Piano) Piano Version of Canon By Pachelbel
Música Clásica - Canon en Re mayor, Johann Pachelbel
Música Clásica - Canon en Re mayor, Johann Pachelbel El Canon (cuyo nombre completo es Canon y Giga en Re mayor para tres violines y bajo continuo, en el original alemán: Kanon und Gigue in D-Dur für drei Violinen und Basso Continuo) es la obra más conocida en la actualidad del compositor de música barroca alemán Johann Pachelbel. Pachelbel escribió esta obra alrededor de 1680, siendo originalmente una obra de música de cámara para tres violines y bajo continuo; posteriormente se han realizado arreglos para una gran variedad de instrumentos y conjuntos. Originalmente, una giga en la misma tonalidad (re mayor) sigue al canon, pero esta última danza se ejecuta o graba con mucha menos frecuencia. El Canon es muy conocido por la progresión armónica de los instrumentos de cuerda, que lo han convertido en una de las piezas mas reutilizadas en la música popular contemporánea. El Canon suele incluirse en compilaciones musicales con otras piezas de la época barroca junto con el Adagio de Tomaso Albinoni y el Aria de Johann Sebastian Bach; también se utiliza frecuentemente en las celebraciones de bodas.