German composer Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706) was an organist and composer of keyboard music. He exerted a strong influence on J.S. Bach. His most famous composition is the Canon in D Major for 3 violins, harpsichord and double bass, often called "Pachelbel's Canon" or just "The Canon."
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Classic Cat: Pachelbel
Directory of mp3s on the internet that have been made available by the performing artists.
Classical Archives - Johann Pachelbel
Biography and complete files offered in MIDI.
Biography with teachers and educational background, relationship to the Bach family, and notable compositions from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program. Includes links to related topics and partial discography.
Wikipedia article summarizing life, works, and relationship with the Bach family with internal references to related people and topics and external links.
Filmography at IMDb provides movies and television shows using his music.
Find A Grave entry with biography, portrait, and picture of St. Sebald's Cathedral, where he is entombed. Includes interactive memorial.
Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706)
Brief biographical sketch with analyses of chamber, organ, and church music and Naxos discography.
Johann Pachelbel: World's Most Popular Wedding Guest
Brief biography, selected works, portrait, and chronology from Humanities Web.
MIDI audio of fugues, ricercares, and other works including the Canon in D with link to the 95 "Kompositionen" or Magnificat Fugues. From On Classical/Kunst der Fuge.
Pachelbel, Johann: Biography
Outline of life with links to other composers and to cities where he worked.