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By: Lucas Bowman. Johann Pachelbel. Where he grew up. They aren’t sure when he was born, but they do know that he was baptized on September 1,1653. He was born at Nuremberg, Germany. Some Famous Works. Pachelbel’s Cannon in D major Musicalische Ergötzung ("Musical Delight"), 1695

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By lucas bowman

By: Lucas Bowman

Johann Pachelbel


Where he grew up
Where he grew up.

  • They aren’t sure when he was born, but they do know that he was baptized on September 1,1653.

  • He was born at Nuremberg, Germany.


Some famous works
Some Famous Works

  • Pachelbel’s Cannon in D major

  • Musicalische Ergötzung ("Musical Delight"), 1695

  • Aria con variazioni in A major


Cannon
Cannon

  • It is played during weddings.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Af372EQLck

  • 1:42


Family
Family

  • His wife was Barbara Gabler.

  • Together they had 4 children named; Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel, Charles Theodore Pachelbel, Johann Michael Pachelbel, and Amalia Pachelbel.

  • His father was Johann (Hans) Pachelbel, and mother was Anna (Anne) Maria Mair.


His role models
His Role Models

  • Organist, Georg Caspar Wecker.

  • Cantor of St. Sebaldus Church, Heinrich Schwemmer.

  • He was inspired by southern, German composers like Johann Jakob Froberger and Johann Kaspar Kerll.


Death
Death

  • He died on March 3, 1706, in Nuremberg, Germany.

  • He was 52 years old when he died.


Sources
Sources

  • Johann Pachelbel. Arien. Herausgegeben von Wolfgang Hirschmann. (Samtliche Vokalwerke, Bd. 11.) Kassel: Barenreiter, c2008. [Contents, p. v; preface in Ger., Eng., p. vii--xvi; ill., facsims., p. xvii--xxxvi; score, p. 3-106; Krit. Bericht, p. 109-22; abbrevs., p. 123. ISMN M-006-55310-5; pub. no. BA 10561. [euro]139.]

  • http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/johann-pachelbel-530.php

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Af372EQLck


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