Monday, March 02, 2009

Music Monday!




this is pretty, maybe a little too church-y though!!!
-L

19 comments:

Barbara said...

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!

subtorp77 said...

tut-tut, you just improved my Monday. This is awesome!

citizen of the world said...

That is beautiful. Sometimes "church-y" music is just the thing.

Jocelyn said...

I do feel like I should have worn a skirt!

angela said...

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..

Betty said...

Another big fan of the canon here, but this is good too. Very relaxing - just what I was needing today.

Coffee Messiah said...

I don't know, sounds good, wherever it plays ; )

mouse (aka kimy) said...

I feel all transcendent now.... very pretty!

e said...

Wonderful choice!

dennis said...

Dennis fell asleep listening (in a good way)

Pecos Blue said...

I love this song it is very moving.

Megan said...

I saved it til Tuesday but I still liked it!

Reya Mellicker said...

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.

red dirt mule said...

gorgeous!

i love pachelbel.

xxx
rdm

Dot-Com said...

Beautiful!

Baino said...

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

JGH said...

Nice - I think I hear angel wings fluttering.

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Merisi said...

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!