History Music / PachelbelsCanon

23rd May '17 12:54:33 AM alnair20aug93
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Enjoy it by clicking [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Af372EQLck here]].

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Enjoy it by clicking [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Af372EQLck here]].
here]]. Fun fact: The one we commonly hear about the canon is actually a rendition by the French conductor [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Francois_Paillard Jean-François Paillard]] in 1969. What he did was slowed down the tempo and tuned it in Romantic style. [[https://youtu.be/soIQ52hkMXw Here]] is the rendition played according to the original manuscripts.
25th Jan '17 4:52:45 AM HalberdStopCrashing
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* Mother3 uses it in the theme of the Magypsies.
* Goldenrod City in PokemonGoldAndSilver and its remakes utilizes it.
14th Jan '17 6:51:47 AM DaibhidC
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* A skit on ''Radio/JohnFinnemoresSouvenirProgramme'' portrayed Pachelbel himself as [[CreatorBacklash utterly sick]] of the Canon, being much more enthusiastic about his Fugue, his Sonata, or his Hexachordum Apollonis, eventually being forced to play it and singing about how much it annoyed him that this was all he was remembered for. ("All that it does is go dooby-dooby-dooby-dooby...")
23rd Oct '16 10:06:16 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Canon D (Part of the Memories #1)'', one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the VideoGame/PumpItUp series by Andamiro's in-house band [=BanYa=], with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpItUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[{{Animesque}} anime-style]] video that accompanies it, for both having [[VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise]] and for its narrative that provides doses of [[TearJerker]] and [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."

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* ''Canon D (Part of the Memories #1)'', one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the VideoGame/PumpItUp series by Andamiro's in-house band [=BanYa=], with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpItUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[{{Animesque}} anime-style]] video that accompanies it, for both having [[VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise]] and for its narrative that provides doses of [[TearJerker]] TearJerker and [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]].CrowningMomentofHeartwarming. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion."
23rd Oct '16 10:05:53 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Canon D (Part of the Memories #1)'', one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the VideoGame/PumpItUp series by Andamiro's in-house band [=BanYa=], with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpItUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[{{Animesque}} anime-style]] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."

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* ''Canon D (Part of the Memories #1)'', one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the VideoGame/PumpItUp series by Andamiro's in-house band [=BanYa=], with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpItUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[{{Animesque}} anime-style]] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome [[VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise franchise]] and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] [[TearJerker]] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming].[[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."
23rd Oct '16 10:01:48 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Canon D (Part of the Memories #1)'', one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the VideoGame/PumpItUp series by Andamiro's in-house band [=BanYa=], with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpItUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[{{Animesque}} anime-style] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."

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* ''Canon D (Part of the Memories #1)'', one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the VideoGame/PumpItUp series by Andamiro's in-house band [=BanYa=], with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpItUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[{{Animesque}} anime-style] anime-style]] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."
23rd Oct '16 10:01:35 PM RAMChYLD
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* Is one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the VideoGame/PumpItUp series, with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpitUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[Animesque anime-style] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."

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* Is ''Canon D (Part of the Memories #1)'', one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the VideoGame/PumpItUp series, series by Andamiro's in-house band [=BanYa=], with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpitUp PumpItUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[Animesque [[{{Animesque}} anime-style] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."
19th Sep '16 6:02:43 PM TropesForever
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By the way, "canon" the musical term has nothing to do with "{{canon}}" the literary term for a creator's definitive body of work. Also, don't confuse it with pieces of music that use ''cannons,'' which you'll find under OrchestralBombing.

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By the way, "canon" the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_(music) musical term term]] has nothing to do with "{{canon}}" the literary term for a creator's definitive body of work. Also, don't confuse it with pieces of music that use ''cannons,'' which you'll find under OrchestralBombing.
OrchestralBombing. Funnily enough, most versions nowadays [[NonIndicativeName aren't actually canons]].
21st Jul '16 12:03:07 PM ElfinGib
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* Is one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the "VideoGame/PumpItUp" series, with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpitUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[Animesque anime-style] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."

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* Is one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the "VideoGame/PumpItUp" VideoGame/PumpItUp series, with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpitUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[Animesque anime-style] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."
18th Jul '16 5:13:06 PM ElfinGib
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* Is one of the [[PublicDomainSoundtrack tracks]] composed for the "VideoGame/PumpItUp" series, with a regular and full track version (a first for the game's original tunes). The song is highly popular with PumpitUp fans, not only for the song's Classical rock- style melody, but because of the [[Animesque anime-style] video that accompanies it, for both having [VisualEffectsofAwesome animation that's considered to be higher quality than most other BGAs in the franchise and for its narrative that provides doses of [TearJerker] and [CrowningMomentofHeartwarming]. The video is even the Trope page for the game! A later remix called Canon X.1 was later released, only it's not a follow up to the first story (despite the video officially being titled Canon-D Part of the Memories #1), and instead tells a separate story that's [[ShoutOut inspired by]] "Anime/NeonGenesisEvangeleon."
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