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The circumstances of the piece's composition are wholly unknown. Hans-Joachim Schulze , writing in , suggested that the piece may have been composed for Johann Christoph Bach 's wedding, on 23 October , which Pachelbel attended.
Johann Ambrosius Bach , Pachelbel, and other friends and family provided music for the occasion. Another scholar, Charles E.
Brewer, investigated a variety of possible connections between Pachelbel's and Heinrich Biber 's published chamber music. His research indicated that the Canon may have been composed in response to a chaconne with canonic elements which Biber published as part of Partia III of Harmonia artificioso-ariosa.
That would indicate that Pachelbel's piece cannot be dated earlier than , the year of publication of Biber's collection.
The Canon without the accompanying gigue was first published in by scholar Gustav Beckmann, who included the score in his article on Pachelbel's chamber music.
Furthermore, Seiffert provided tempi he considered right for the piece, but that were not supported by later research.
The canon was also included on a widely distributed album by the mail-order label Musical Heritage Society in In July , Greek band Aphrodite's Child released the single " Rain and Tears ", which was a baroque-rock adaptation of Pachelbel's Canon.
Several months later, in October , Spanish band Pop-Tops released the single "Oh Lord, Why Lord", which again was based on Pachelbel's Canon.
In , a classical radio station in San Francisco played the Paillard recording and became inundated by listener requests. The piece gained growing fame, particularly in California.
In , the RCA Red Seal label reissued the original Erato album in the United States and elsewhere. In the U. Two other albums containing Pachelbel's Canon charted for the year: the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra album at number 17, and another album featuring the Paillard recording, Go For Baroque!
In The Music of Cosmos , a record album by RCA Records , and in a CD by the Cosmos Studios label of the soundtrack were published, that feature an arrangement of the canon by Glenn Spreen and James Galway.
In , pianist George Winston included his "Variations on the Kanon by Johann Pachelbel" on his solo piano album December , which has sold over three million copies.
Pachelbel's Canon combines the techniques of canon and ground bass. Canon is a polyphonic device in which several voices play the same music, entering in sequence.
In Pachelbel's piece, there are three voices engaged in canon see Example 1 , but there is also a fourth voice, the basso continuo , which plays an independent part.
The common musical term for this is ostinato , or ground bass see the example below. The eight chords suggested by the bass are represented in the table below:.
The eight chords of this progression follow a sequential pattern known as the Romanesca. This progression has been identified as a common seventeenth- and eighteenth-century schema by Robert Gjerdingen.
In Germany, Italy, and France of the 17th century, some pieces built on ground bass were called chaconnes or passacaglias ; such ground-bass works sometimes incorporate some form of variation in the upper voices.
While some writers consider each of the 28 statements of the ground bass a separate variation,  one scholar finds that Pachelbel's canon is constructed of just 12 variations, mostly four bars in length, and describes them as follows: .
Pachelbel's Canon thus merges a strict polyphonic form the canon and a variation form the chaconne, which itself is a mixture of ground bass composition and variations.
Pachelbel skillfully constructs the variations to make them "both pleasing and subtly undetectable.
In its August 17, , issue the magazine The New Yorker published a cartoon by Mick Stevens captioned "Prisoner of Pachelbel,"  in which a prisoner hears over the loudspeaker: "For your listening pleasure, we once again present Pachelbel's Canon.
The musical parody album WTWP Classical Talkity-Talk Radio by P. Bach is set at a fictional radio station whose call letters stand for "Wall-To-Wall Pachelbel".
Several months after the Paillard recording was released, two groups released successful singles with a backing track based on Pachelbel's Canon: Greek band Aphrodite's Child with " Rain and Tears "  and Spanish group Pop-Tops with "Oh Lord, Why Lord".
In , pop music producer Pete Waterman described Canon in D as "almost the godfather of pop music because we've all used that in our own ways for the past 30 years".
He also said that Kylie Minogue 's UK number one hit single " I Should Be So Lucky ", which Waterman co-wrote and co-produced, was inspired by Canon in D.
The Pet Shop Boys ' cover of " Go West " played up that song's resemblance to both Pachelbel's Canon and the Soviet Anthem.
Coolio 's " C U When U Get There " is built around a sample of the piece. Other songs that make use of the Pachelbel's Canon chord progression include " Streets of London " by Ralph McTell , " Basket Case " by Green Day , " Don't Look Back in Anger " by Oasis though with a variation at the end and Maroon 5 used the harmonic sequence of Pachelbel's Canon for their single " Memories ".
In , the UK—based Co-Operative Funeralcare compiled a list of the most popular, classical, contemporary and religious music across 30, funerals.
Canon in D placed second on the Classical chart, behind Edward Elgar 's " Nimrod ". The Trans-Siberian Orchestra 's song " Christmas Canon " is a "take" on Pachelbel's Canon.
The late astronomer Carl Sagan used this music in his popular PBS TV series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage and cited this work as one of his Desert Island Discs on the BBC on 18 July From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Musical composition by Pachelbel. Canon and Gigue in D. Performed and realized on synthesizers by Jeffrey Hall. Classical music portal Music portal.
Hamburg Jahrbuch. Nolte and John Butt, "Pachelbel: 1 Johann Pachelbel", The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians , second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell London: Macmillan Publishers, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University : p.
Johann Christoph Bach — Organist and Schul Collega in Ohrdruf , Johann Sebastian Bachs erster Lehrer , in Bach-Jahrbuch 71 : 70 and footnote The Instrumental Music of Schmeltzer, Biber, Muffat and their Contemporaries , p.
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. Das Musikstück basiert auf einer permanent wiederholten Bassfigur Ostinato. Die auch als Pachelbel-Schema bezeichnete zweitaktige Akkordfolge D — A — h — fis — G — D — G — A des Kanons verwendet eine Sequenz , nämlich den Parallelismus , und wird insgesamt 28 Mal wiederholt — somit ergeben sich zusammen mit dem Schlusstakt insgesamt 57 Takte, über die diese Akkordfolge streng eingehalten wird.
Unter anderem werden darauf zurückgeführt: . Auch die Hymne der Sowjetunion und die heutige Hymne der Russischen Föderation ist auf den berühmten Kanon zurückzuführen.
Offiziell stammt sie von Sergei Michalkow und Gabriel El-Registan Text , die Musik stammte von Alexander Wassiljewitsch Alexandrow.
Es gibt Vermutungen, dass Pachelbels Kanon Vorbild für die Melodie war. Im Augenblick der Verkündung des Serientodes der langjährigen Titelfigur Kriminalhauptkommissar Erwin Köster dargestellt von Siegfried Lowitz ; Täter dargestellt von Christoph Waltz setzt am Ende der Kategorien : Barockmusik Werk Kanon.
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