The Canon in D | 1690-present

One of the most influential musical works of all time. Obscure till the 20th century. Why is it special? Who revived it? What is it’s significance today? Step back in time and experience 1690-present through the eyes of Pachelbel’s Canon in D. 


Hello readers! I hope you’re having a wonderful day so far! Last time I asked you guys what you wanted to see next and the majority was for baroque music. So here it is! I hope you guys enjoy. Please like and share if you do enjoy it and subscribe if you want to see more posts like this! ❤

But before we get into it…a little musical meme… 😉 Continue reading

My Top 10 Favorite Songs

This is kind of random, but I thought it would be fun to share with you what I like to listen to and what are my current favorite songs (they aren’t in any particular order). Feel free to let me know your favorite songs!

  1. Rhinestone Cowboy, sung by Glen Campbell (and really all his songs)
  2. Vincent, sung by Don Mclean
  3. Home Again, sung by Ashley Campbell
  4. Scherza Infida, sung by Philippe Jaroussky
  5. Jesus and Me, sung by Glen Campbell
  6. Sky Bird/Lonely Looking Sky, sung by Neil Diamond (from the film Jonathan Livingston Seagull)
  7. A Thing Called Love, sung by Jerry Reed
  8. Any Old Road Will Take You There, sung by Balsam Range
  9. On the Road Again, sung by Willie Nelson
  10. Into the West, sung by Annie Lenox (from the film the Lord of the Rings)

Minuet in G Major

This simple piece of music, found in the Anna Magdalena Notebook, is a simple, but beautiful piece of baroque music. Anna Magdalena was Bach’s second wife, with whom he had thirteen children. There are two Anna Magdalena Notebooks, which were compiled by Anna and her husband. The first (1722) is composed of works by Bach. The second notebook (1725) contains works not only by Bach, but also by other composers of that time. Minuet in G Major comes from the second notebook.

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Concerto for Two Harpsichords in C minor by Bach

Concerto in C minor (BWV 1062) is a musical story with both spirit and melancholy. It consists of three parts, allegro, adagio and allegro. It was originally written for two harpsichords, but has been scored for two pianos instead. One of Johann Sebastian Bach’s best known works, Concerto in C minor is among this musical genius’ greatest achievements. Continue reading