Pachelbel


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Pachelbel

Johann . 1653--1706, German organist and composer, noted esp for his popular Canon in D Major
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Cappella Novocastriensis, under conductor Simon Lee, will perform works by Buxtehude, Pachelbel and Rosenmuller on March 7.
Ravel, Pachelbel, Mozart, Hadyn, Handel, Dvorak, Brahms, Bizet,
First United Methodist Church - Organist Susan Johnson will perform a half-hour recital at noon Friday featuring the music of Bach, Pachelbel, Dupre and others at 1376 Olive St.
The couple's processional song was Canon in D by Pachelbel and recessional song was Give the World a Smile by the Wichita Gospel Assembly Band.
The wonderful concert continues through music by Sousa, Haydn, Pachelbel, Johann Strauss II, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Produced by Densetsu Productions, the film tells the story of a concert conductor who is guided by the spirit of Johann Pachelbel to infuse the song Canon in D with the essence of rock.
This was a musical feast in which works by Purcell, Handel, Bach and Vivaldi were presented in a natural sequence which also included lesser figures like Pachelbel and Albinoni.
The programme of classical greats include Rossini's William Tell Overture, Handel's Hallelujah Chorus, Strauss' Blue Danube waltz, Verdi's Grand March from Aida, Puccini's O Soave Fanciulla, Jenkins Benedictus from the Armed Man, Verdi's Brindisi from la Traviata, Copland's Fanfare for the Common Man, Pachelbel Canon, Grieg's Morning and In The Hall Of The Mountain King, Elgar's Nimrod and Verdi's Chorus Of The Hebrew Slaves.
It's true that Pachelbel was also a German composer from the same era as Bach, but that doesn't mean he was Bach.
In this first concert of 2012, his programme will include music by P J Mansfield, J Pachelbel, J S Bach, R Cockroft, C Franck and A Renaud.
Music lovers will be treated to some of the best-known classical works, including music by Pachelbel, Dvorak, and Bizet.
1700 includes all versicles and chants (in tablature) for those services that Pachelbel himself did not play and thus needed to provide for his student apprentices; it also gives directions for improvising intonations and the liturgical location of organ pieces within the various services.