Canon in D and Gigue sheet music for violin and piano by Johann PachelbelCanon in D and Gigue PDF sheet music file for violin and piano by Johann PachelbelCanon in D and Gigue Mp3 files and accompaniments for violin and piano by Johann PachelbelCanon in D and Gigue  for violin and piano by Johann Pachelbel videosDownload PDF and audio MIDI, Mp3 files together.  
 
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Rating: 5
church gospel  by on September 24th, 2013
mincer at tht church and gospel song
Rating: 2
Not sightreadable for pro's  by (MEMBER) on August 9th, 2013
I have Pachelbel memorized, but need a good, clear part for some church weddings where the church keyboardist doesn't have a matching copy....and this one is just plain scary looking. I printed it out and gasped, and recycled. Truly wish that a very plain vanilla version was on VSM, without the ultra-high violin (which is not in the original, and not pretty IMHO). The piano part does not need to be so complicated.
Rating: 5
Beautifully written  by on May 13th, 2012
Love the arrangement
Rating: 2
Disappointed in music  by on February 17th, 2012
I would have liked to see more examples of this music before I bought it. Because once I downloaded it I realized that the first page was great (what I saw before I purchased it) but the following next pages were not what I was looking for. The arrangement was completely different than I wanted.
Rating: 4
More difficult  by on April 15th, 2010
This is a nice arrangement but is beyond my skill, which I consider "medium."
Rating: 5
Nice transcription.  by (MEMBER) on August 2nd, 2009
Nicely arranged and fingered - printed score looks good too. Very pleased with this piece.
Rating: 5
Pachelbel Canon in D  by on January 29th, 2009
This arrangement is a little more complex than I was looking for, being a lower level intermediate player. The first page was easy enough, and that is what is displayed when you look at the piece on-line. However, when the download came through, it was much more difficult beginning with page 2. It will take a lot of practice and I was looking for something that takes less time to master due to a short time frame that I have.
Rating: 3
Not the normail Canon in D  by on May 23rd, 2008
I've been playing violin for 20 years and have Canon in D for at least 15 of those years. This arrangement is not the normal one that you think of. It's mostly right until measure 19 and then it diverts from the typical melody line. If you're looking for something different, try it. If you want the traditional melody, don't get this one.
Rating: 5
Expectations fully attended  by on December 21st, 2007
I caught this sheet for my piano teacher. She asked me for something out of the common arrangements on those the piano does a mere accompaniment. The sheet music downloaded from Virtual Sheemusic site worthy each cent paid for it, fully attended to her expectations. unhappily it cannot be used because the short time until the presentation. This because the violinist still has not sufficient skills to play it in such tiny lapse of time of one week that they had to present it in a wedding. Moreover, briefly they will play it since this arrangement is beautiful. Very thank you. http://diversae.blogspot.com
Rating: 5
Incredible.  by on May 20th, 2006
I have always thought that Pachelbel was one of the best composers ever, this transposition of Canon in D & Gigue proves it. The only thing i did different when i preformed this one was to make the tempo a little bit faster, Sorry but this is definitively not a beginners piece. I make my students wait until they have played for 5 years for this one (you can play it before then but a nice vibrato makes it sound a lot better).
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