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 Author: varnerfam
Posted: Sep 03 2017 - 12:24 AM
Subject: re: Original piece
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Author: varnerfam
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I'm looking for the original sheet music to this specific version of Pachelbel's Canon in D major. I have a portion of my practice music, included below, but the first two pages came to tragic ends and the hands of my nephew. If memory serves me correctly, this arrangement is 5 pages long. I believe Dan Coates did this arrangement but I'm not certain as the first page is missing.

Assistance is appreciated!

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