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Canon in D (Pachelbel) | Easy Piano Sheet Music

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Canon in D (Pachelbel) | Piano Sheet Music

Format: PDF/Digital Print

Pages: 2

Product Description

Our Meet the Composer graded piano solos are written to give students to best chance for success while maintaining the integrity of the original work. Permission granted for instruction, public performance, or just for fun.

Contents

Canon in D for Easy/Level 5 Piano Solo (2 Pages)

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Our Canon in D | Play and Learn™ Edition gives kids an opportunity to do more than just play the music of our great composers. They'll learn about the music and life of the composer with a premium piano arrangement, biography, and three activity worksheets.


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About the Composer

Johann Pachelbel was born in Germany, in the city of Nurnberg in 1653. His father enrolled him in the St. Lorenz High School but soon recognized Johann's musical potential and arranged for outside musical training. Johann also showed such impressive academic abilities that he was allowed to attend various non-music classes at Nurnberg's Auditorium Aegidianum. These abilities also allowed him to gain entrance to the Universitat Altdorf in 1669 at the age of fifteen. In addition to his academic and musical studies, he served as organist at the Pfarrkirche. Read more...