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Where did you find this piece? I've played a modern chaconne written for piano and double bass, but never heard this one. I love organ music!
tut-tut, you just improved my Monday. This is awesome!
That is beautiful. Sometimes "church-y" music is just the thing.
I do feel like I should have worn a skirt!
I know the Pachelbel canon but have not heard this one before..it's soothing but...you know...I still prefer the canon. Even though you hear it everywhere these days it's still sublime.I wonder what 20th century compositions will endure as long..
Another big fan of the canon here, but this is good too. Very relaxing - just what I was needing today.
I don't know, sounds good, wherever it plays ; )
I feel all transcendent now.... very pretty!
Dennis fell asleep listening (in a good way)
I love this song it is very moving.
I saved it til Tuesday but I still liked it!
It's beautiful!I had a great massage therapist who used to play this piece while working.ONLY this piece. After awhile, I switched therapists.
gorgeous!i love pachelbel.xxxrdm
There's a Rock Mix, Club Mix and Trance Mix if you want to be a little less 'Churchy' frankly, I like it without the doof doof!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JM7JPxGb11E
Nice - I think I hear angel wings fluttering.
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Pachelbel has followed me around lately: I was walking through an exhibition of string instruments in Venice, accompanied by his Canon in D Major (my March 7 post) and I heard the same music again far up in the mountains, where the village priest was playing it on the organ!
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