Pachelbel

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Pach·el·bel

 (pä′kəl-bĕl′, -KHĕl-), Johann 1653-1706.
German composer of baroque organ works and chamber music, including the popular Canon in D (c. 1680).
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Pachelbel

(German ˈpɑkəlbɛl)
n
(Biography) Johann (ˈjohan). 1653–1706, German organist and composer, noted esp for his popular Canon in D Major
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The wonderful concert continues through music by Sousa, Haydn, Pachelbel, Johann Strauss II, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Pachelbel, Johann. Pachelbel Canon, for Marimba (or Vibraphone or Bells) and Piano.
Pachelbel, Johann. Pachelbel Canon, for Any 2 or 3 Melody Instruments and Piano.