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Where can I find the Pachelbel Canon?

Last Updated: Jun 05, 2013  |  22 Views
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The Canon in the key of D Major by Johann Pachelbel is one of the best-known pieces of classical music, and is often played at weddings and other events.  The library has versions for guitar, violin, cello, bass, organ and piano.  All of the Montgomery College music scores are in the Rockville library.  To see the versions of the Pachelbel Canon, click on this link, or the link below the answer.  It will take you to the Montgomery College library catalog, called Voyager:

Pachelbel Canon

If you have any other questions about music, check the Music Library Guide here

Music Library Guide

If you need further assistnace, ask one of the other librarians to help you -- or, you can search the library catalog, Voyager, yourself for music scores.  Go to the Voyager "Advanced" screen.  In the "Type" box, choose "Music Score."


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