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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"Pachelbel's Canon always gets a great reception at concerts.
Cappella Novocastriensis, under conductor Simon Lee, will perform works by Buxtehude, Pachelbel and Rosenmuller on March 7.
As the wedding party walked down the aisle, Bill Blossom read Scripture while Pachelbel's Canon in D was played.
The 350 nurses in attendance at Membership Assembly participated in an engagement activity --working in concert to play the classical piece Pachelbel's "Canon in D." Participants learned how to play either stringed instruments or percussion instruments in 90 minutes.
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.
In fact, one experiment took subjects and played them Pachelbel's Canon in D Major three times, and stress-induced anxiety, heart rate and blood pressure all significantly decreased.
musician Coolio sampled Johann Pachelbel's "Canon in D Major."
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.
Besides "Spem," the album includes "Flower Duet" from the Leo Delibes opera "Lakme," Johann Pachelbel's "Canon in D," and Johann Sebastian Bach's "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring." The recording artists include Sir Simon Rattle, King's College Choir, Barbara Hendricks, and Alexandre Tharaud, and the album features cover art based on the novels.
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.