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Johann PACHELBEL

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Johann Pachelbel was a German composer and organist of the Baroque period, born and died in Nuremberg (baptized September 1, 1653 and died March 3, 1706). Johann Pachelbel was born in 1653 in Nuremberg, in a middle class family. He is the son of Johann Pachelbel (born in 1613 in Wunsiedel), wine merchant, and his second wife, Anna Maria Mair. The exact birth date of Johann Pachelbel is unknown to us, but we know he was baptized on 1 September. During his youth, Pachelbel received his musical education from Heinrich Schwemmer, a musician and music teacher who later became cantor of Saint Sebaldus in Nuremberg. Some sources indicate that Pachelbel would also studied with Georg Caspar Wecker, organist in the same church and important composer of the Nuremberg school. However, this is now considered unlikely. In all cases, Wecker as Schwemmer were students of Johann Erasmus Kindermann, one of the founders of the musical tradition of Nuremberg, who was himself a pupil of Johann Staden. Johann Mattheson, whose Grundlage einer Ehrenpforte (Hamburg, 1740) is one of the more sources of information on the lives of Pachelbel, mentions that the young Pachelbel showed exceptional musical ability and academic. He began his academic education in the St.. Lorenz Hauptschule and the Auditorio Aegediano in Nuremberg, then became June 29, 1669 student at the University of Altdorf bei Nürnberg, in the suburbs of his hometown. He was also organist of the Saint Lawrence the same year. Financial difficulties forced Pachelbel to leave college after less than a year of schooling. To complete his studies, he became a fellow at Poeticum Gymnasium in Regensburg in 1670, where he shone by his talents. Pachelbel was allowed to study music outside the Gymnasium. His teacher was Kaspar Prentz, a student of Johann Kaspar Kerll. The latter, strongly influenced by Italian composers such as Giacomo Carissimi, Pachelbel transmitted to his interest in his Italian contemporaries, and for the Catholic church music in general. 1673 1690: Career (Vienna, Eisenach, Erfurt)Kaspar Prentz left for Eichstätt in 1672. This period of Pachelbel's life is the least documented, we do not know if he stayed in Regensburg until 1673 or if it went the same year as his teacher, in any case, in 1673 Pachelbel was living in Vienna, where he was organist at the famous St. Stephen's Cathedral. At that time, Vienna was the center of the vast Hapsburg Empire and has a bustling cultural activity, where Italian music is honored. Many renowned composers of the time working there, and most support exchange of musical styles in Europe. We can cite in particular Johann Jakob Froberger serving as court organist in Vienna until 1657, and was succeeded by Alessandro Poglietti. Georg Muffat lived in the city for some time, and, more importantly, Johann Kaspar Krell went to Vienna in 1673. From that moment, it is very likely that he at least heard of Pachelbel, whose music resembles the style of Kerll. Pachelbel spent five years in Vienna, studying the music of Catholic composers from southern Germany and Italy, whose styles contrast with the more strict Lutheran tradition in which he was raised. In 1677, Pachelbel moves in Eisenach, where he finds a job as organist at the court of the Duke of Saxony, John George I, edited by Daniel Eberlin (also a native of Nuremberg). He met some members of the Bach family and became a close friend of Johann Ambrosius Bach. It is also the godfather of his children. However, Pachelbel not pass one year in Eisenach. In 1678, Bernhard II, Duke of Saxe-Jena and brother of John George I, dies. During the mourning period, the number of court musicians is greatly reduced. Pachelbel was fired, and demanded a letter of recommendation from Eberlin, who describes it as a perfect and rare virtuoso (und einen perfecten RAREN Virtuosen). This document pocket, Pachelbel left Eisenach May 18, 1678. In June 1678, Pachelbel was organist at the Predigerkirche in Erfurt, succeeding Johann Effler (1640-1711) that preceded Johann Sebastian Bach in Weimar. The Bach family was well known in Erfurt (where every organist was later called "Bachs" out of habit). Thus, Pachelbel's friendship towards the Bach family continued in this city, so much so that Pachelbel became godfather to Juditha Johanna, daughter of Johann Ambrosius Bach, Johann Christoph Bach taught (1671-1721), Johann Sebastian's brother, and lived with Johann Christian Bach (1640-1682). Pachelbel remained in Erfurt for twelve years and established his reputation as a songwriter most of the German organ school of the time. The chorale prelude became one of its characteristic productions of the period in Erfurt, since the contract between the service of the church specifically requests it made to the Office. His duties also include maintenance of the organ and, more importantly, the composition of a work of major each year to demonstrate progress as organist and composer, CARRYING presented each year in front of be better than the previous year.
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cover Canon Robert Martin
Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : Jean Claude AMIOT
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Classical music
Set Wind Band (PACH01156-BA) : 100,00
Full score (PACH01156-CO) : 30,00

cover Canon Pour Quatre Violoncelles Robert Martin
Canon Pour Quatre Violoncelles
Johann PACHELBEL/Maria Eugenia MAFFI
Arr : Maria Eugenia MAFFI
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Cello
Style & options : Cello ensemble
Reference (MAFF04869) : 18,23

cover Canon Warner Alfred
Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : Charles SAYRE
Publisher : Warner Alfred
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Classical music
Reference (W-BD9753) : 59,08

cover 5 Pachelbel Chorals Tierolff
5 Pachelbel Chorals
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : LAAT
Publisher : Tierolff
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (TIR120910-BA) : 126,22
Full score (TIR120910-CO) : 29,91

cover Canon Martinus
Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : SUZUKI TAKASHI
Publisher : Martinus
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Classical music
Set Wind Band (MT0149609-BA) : 88,57
Full score (MT0149609-CO) : 17,71

cover Pachelbel's Canon Tierolff
Pachelbel's Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : Ivo KOUWENHOVEN
Publisher : Tierolff
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Junior orchestra
Style & options : Wind instruments only
Set Wind Band (HM000138-BA) : 82,35

cover Magnificat Hal Leonard
Magnificat
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : Arthur FRACKENPOHL
Publisher : Hal Leonard
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (HL50396900-BA) : 37,41

cover Pachelbel'S Canon Hal Leonard
Pachelbel'S Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : Paul LAVENDER
Publisher : Hal Leonard
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (HL08724398-BA) : 49,89

cover Pachelbel'S Canon Hal Leonard
Pachelbel'S Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : Calvin CUSTER
Publisher : Hal Leonard
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (HL08724004-BA) : 87,30

cover Canon Marc Reift
Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Flute
Reference (EMR5151) : 32,44

cover Canon Marc Reift
Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Clarinet
Reference (EMR5150) : 28,42

cover Pachelbel's Canon Marc Reift
Pachelbel's Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : JIRKA KADLEC
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Classical music
Set Wind Band (EMR12798-BA) : 95,86

cover Canon Marc Reift
Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (EMR11324-BA) : 121,73

cover Canon Difem
Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : CATTIN
Publisher : Difem
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Classical music
Set Wind Band (DIF24-BA) : 110,71

cover Canon In Beat Beriato
Canon In Beat
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : Xavier EECKELOOT
Publisher : Beriato
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Classical music
Set Wind Band (BO0709.1.378-BA) : 88,26
Full score (BO0709.1.378-CO) : 17,65

cover Canon In Beat Beriato Music Publishing
Canon In Beat
Johann PACHELBEL
Arr : Xavier EECKELOOT
Publisher : Beriato Music Publishing
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (BMP7091378-BA) : 90,01

cover Pachelbel'S Canon Bernaerts
Pachelbel'S Canon
Johann PACHELBEL
Publisher : Bernaerts
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Classical music
Set Wind Band (BER245-BA) : 90,33