Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706). Arranged by Dale Tucker. For solo organ. Masterworks; Organ Solo. Organ solo. Baroque. Difficulty: medium. Organ solo single. Organ notation. 4 pages. Published by Alfred Music Publishing (AP.GSOC00076).
With organ notation. Baroque. 9x12 inches.
Looking for an intermediate-level, tasteful arrangement of the popular Pachabel Canon in D? Here's your answer. Tucker has arranged this famous melody with weddings in mind. It works well for both a processional or pre-service selection. Easily learned, this arrangement sounds more difficult to play than it actually is. A top seller!
Location: from Paarl, South Africa
June 4, 2011
Canon in D
I am just coming back from a wedding ceremony in my church where I played this Canon as part of the wedding music. I find it very useful, easy to play and it sounds impressive. Since I bought it only a few months ago, I have used it numerous times,...
13 of 35 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Napa CA
March 6, 2008
Easy Pedal Part
I am using this number to teach my granddaughter some fundamentals of organ playing. The pedal part repeats the same eight measures throughout. The manuals have the hard part, so it's ideal for a "transition" student.
23 of 50 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Peterborough Ontario
October 2, 2007
A back-up for our 12-year old church organist
The name of our organist is Amadeus like Amadeus Mozart.He gains prizes for piano playing of Chopin music. His father is also musician and want his son become famous. I wanted to enrich his playing in our church and purchase sheet music Canon in D, what I like greatly. In...
25 of 53 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Crest Hill, IL