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 Post subject: Pachebel Canon in D
PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:20 pm 
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Hi everyone!

I apologise if this has been asked before. Although I did a search, so many options came up, I couldn't find the answer to this particular question.

Does anyone know where I can find a tin whistle version of Pachebel's Canon in D? I'd be particularly interested in a trio. My children and I are learning tin whistle (we do a six week session every year) and I wanted to see if we could play this together. If anyone knows where I can get it (either free or inexpensively), please let me know. The best kind would have the fingerings, mainly for my two boys who aren't as into it and would prefer the fingerings. :-D

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IMSLP has transcriptions for 4 recorders and 3 recorders plus continuo, among many others. Haven't looked at them myself, but you might find them useful.


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While I'm sure the recorder folks will be closer to the 'classic' tune, I urge you to search the Tunes section at The Session.Org for 'Pachelbel's Frolics' and 'Pachelbel's Pacqette' for a slightly more 'trad' take on all this. The discussion section is quite revealing and points to recordings by Martin Hayes and
Eileen Ivers.

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I've not posted pics here before but see if this works...
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You don't need a whistle version, really. I've performed it at weddings as a whistle duet just reading the actual music.

BTW you can't perform that canon, or any canon, solo.

You can play one of the parts, but one of the parts by itself isn't a canon.

(Hmmm... I wonder if it could be done on the pipes, the regs taking one of the parts!)

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an seanduine wrote:
While I'm sure the recorder folks will be closer to the 'classic' tune, I urge you to search the Tunes section at The Session.Org for 'Pachelbel's Frolics' and 'Pachelbel's Pacqette' for a slightly more 'trad' take on all this. The discussion section is quite revealing and points to recordings by Martin Hayes and
Eileen Ivers.

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The trouble with that is that Pachelbel's Frolics has very little to do with Pachelbel's Canon. It hardly even has much of a vague reference to it. I like it, mind.

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