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25 thoughts on “Pachelbel’s Canon in D piano and violin sheet music – Video Score

  1. Rylee Godfrey says:

    @Yanibunny1 It takes alot of practice. it took forever for me to learn it
    on flute and piano 🙂

  2. rustygrape says:

    @ChibiVamp232 but once you learn it, you play the chorus ALL THE TIME when
    you’re fiddling around haha

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  4. Hillary Tran says:

    Never in a million years can I play this, being a pianist and unfortunate
    my fingers are physically not long enough ):

  5. Virtual Sheet Music says:

    Glad you enjoy – please check out our other videos that we have
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  6. Federico Secchi says:

    I had play canon in D major for 3 violin and cello than it’s so beautiful
    this version
    I like every versions of the Pachelbel’s canon. :)

  7. María Emma Córdoba Bedoya says:

    Me encantooooo!!! Ojalá algún día la llegue a montar jaja!!! PRACTICAMENTE
    LLORO 🙂 

  8. ThatOneMusicGuy789 says:

    I haven’t made a point to find discrepancies, but I couldn’t help but
    notice that the voicing of the chords in measure three is different on the
    score than what is played. I hear, starting on the second chord, the
    highest voice alternate between scale degrees 7 to 1 and back to 7. I can
    only assume that there are more errors like this, and it’s not a big deal,
    but is there a reason why they’re there?

  9. Elizabeth Nelson says:

    thank you and i’m trying to learn it, i’m going into 5th grade and i’ve
    only learned part of of it. how am i supposed to learn quickly >.<

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