Description: We chose Pachelbel's Canon for our first project because the way the voices blend allows us to fit many videos together. Second, every musician, especially children know the piece or played it at some point. We invite everybody from all around the world to join this project. No matter what age you are or what instrument you play, all you have to do is record one (or more) of the excerpts posted on our website (www.littlesymphony.com). Upload it on Youtube and send us the link. We will add you in our virtual orchestra. Check our Instruction&Parts section for more info. Also, you are welcome to do variations if you wish, as long as they fit with the progression. Surprise us, we are looking forward to hear from you soon!For this video we recorded ourselves 28 times in our house. We used a cheap HD camera and a condenser microphone. In order to make the video we synchronized everything on our laptop using an Audio and Video editing Software. Produced by: Liviu Craciun, Ionut Cosarca, Ovidiu Corneanuhttp://www.littlesymphony.com/
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Music Title: Canon in D Composer: J. Pachelbel Genre: Classic relax, feel the music and feel free to comment on the video and the music. I hope everyone will enjoy to hear the music. Enjoy and relax... (^-^)
A comedian rants about how much it sucks to play Pachelbel's Canon in D on a cello. Recorded live at Penn State, this piece by comedian/musician Rob Paravonian has been a favorite on the Dr. Demento Show.
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We invite you to visit our Facebook Page :) www.facebook.com Support our videos! voicesofmusic.org Johann Pachelbel's beautiful interweaving of melody & harmony--one of the great works of music! Soundtrack at tinyurl.com Performed on original instruments by San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music. Featuring Katherine Kyme, Carla Moore & Cynthia Freivogel, baroque violin; Tanya Tomkins, baroque cello, Hanneke van Proosdij, baroque organ; David Tayler, theorbo. About the performance: the canon is played using not only the instruments but also the bowing techniques from the time of Pachelbel. As you can see from the video, especially if you look at the high definition version, the string instruments are not only baroque, but they are in baroque setup: this means that the strings, fingerboard, bridge and other parts of the violin appear just as they did in Pachelbel's time. No metal hardware such as chinrests, clamps or fine tuners are used on the violins, allowing the violins to vibrate freely. A good example of baroque bowing can be seen in the extended passage of repeated notes: the musicians play these notes on one bow—the shorter & lighter baroque bow—to created a gliding effect. The players also hold the bow very differently which affects the balance and touch. Both the style and the amount of vibrato are based on baroque treatises which describe the methods for playing, bowing & articulation in the late 17th century. The narrow, shimmering vibrato blends ...
This is Canon by Pachelbel. I have mixed some pictures in the song to make it even more relaxing :). Enjoy and feel free to comment.
This is one of the most popular compositions in the classical world which was composed during the baroque era in the 1680's by Johann Pachelbel. Performed by the Slovak Chamber Orchestra. This is a non-HIP(Historically Informed Piece) adaptation of the Canon, which means this is NOT the original "version" of the piece, as Pachelbel composed it. If you're looking after a good HIP performance, I suggest listening to Musica Antiqua Köln's, that can be found under "Video Responses". Highly recommended, enjoy! You can find the mp3 here: www.megaupload.com I've uploaded the file again to RapidShare: rapidshare.com Sheets: www.sheetmusicfox.com
Pachelbel - Canon in D - .Dont let other descriptions fool you this is THE BEST version of this song ever and im pretty sure ive heard them all. just listen and hear for yourself.!? enjoy ;)
Canon in D Major
Order our brand new album on Amazon: amzn.to Order this album on iTunes: itunes.apple.com Download the MP3 single of this song here: thepianoguys.com Follow ThePianoGuys: Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Website: www.ThePianoGuys.com Special thanks to Underfunded Film Productions for the green screen rental. http Story behind the song: Ask any cellist. They'll tell you about what's it's like to play the cello part of Pachebel's Canon in D. It's the same 8 notes over and over and over again. The good news is, it's easy to memorize. The bad news is you don't know when to stop. There's a rumor floating around that says Pachelbel either died while writing it, never finishing the cello part, or that he dated a cellist and it did NOT go well. This arrangement is dedicated to all the cellists that have fallen asleep while playing this song...or at least wanted to fall asleep. Steven Sharp Nelson actually began writing this arrangment while bored at a wedding. Ahem...all the bitter cello-malice aside, Pachelbel's Canon in D (written in the 1600's) has stood the test of time -- celebrated as the most recognizable piece of classical music. We like to call it the "one-hit wonder of the 1600's." It really is an amazingly-catchy piece of music. It demonstrates the musical form of the "canon," when a melody is played and then repeated in a round by other voices. (watch how the melodies are passed from one cello to the next - right to left) ALL THE SOUNDS YOU HEAR WERE ...
Classical music comedy. Very funny! The group is called Pagagnini and they are from Spain. They start out with the Canon in D and then they play several variation in different genres of music.
This is an arrangement of Pachelbel's Canon in D for solo piano. Update: This arrangement is written by Mr. Galloway. If you like this piece you can purchase the sheet music at his homepage www.leegalloway.com
www.modernharpist.com - Pachelbel's Canon Played by Lauren Baker
Pachelbel's Canon in D (wedding version) played by the Academy of St. Martin's in the Field orchestra. Sorry, no video, and I don't have sheet music. If you want audio download @: www.4shared.com 50000 views! :D 100000 views! Never expected it to break 1000, much less 100000. Thanks to all you listeners! Wow.....way more than a million views now! Thanks to everyone for making this such a popular video! :)
I have released my 3rd CD called "AIR". I play music by: Dowland, Galilei, Weiss, Bach, Handel, Albinoni and Pachelbel. This is also on it! You can order it from my website per-olovkindgren.com and soon also listen to sound samples there. ____________________________ Hi there! I made this arrangement this weekend. Actually I was starting on an arrangement for Beatles "The Fool on the Hill" but ended up with this. Don't ask me how. This is not exactly a "canon". It's more a Passacaglia. The "vamp" DA Bm F#m GDG A. is repeated all the time with variations. I hope you like my version. Sheet music and TAB's can be purchased and downloaded at www.per-olovkindgren.com Thanks to Marie for listening to me and making brilliant suggestions. You are my inspiration always! Kiss to you and hugs to all others :-) Pelle
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 www.musanim.com and parts that you can perform from are here: www.musanim.com and here's an arrangement for flute quartet (ZIP file with score and parts) www.musanim.com 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: magnatune.com 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: www.youtube.com (and a second version of it with thinner note bars is here): www.youtube.com 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 ...
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