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  • Classic Cat: Pachelbel - Directory of mp3s on the internet that have been made available by the performing artists.
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  • Classical Archives - Johann Pachelbel - Biography and complete files offered in MIDI.
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  • Johann Pachelbel - 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.
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  • Johann Pachelbel - Filmography at IMDb provides movies and television shows using his music.
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  • Johann Pachelbel - Wikipedia article summarizing life, works, and relationship with the Bach family with internal references to related people and topics and external links.
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  • Johann Pachelbel - Find A Grave entry with biography, portrait, and picture of St. Sebald's Cathedral, where he is entombed. Includes interactive memorial.
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  • Johann Pachelbel - Filmography showing the use of his works, mainly the Canon in D, in various motion pictures. From the Internet Movie Database.
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  • Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706) - Brief biographical sketch with analyses of chamber, organ, and church music and Naxos discography.
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  • Johann Pachelbel's Canon Collection - Several different MIDI (.mid) versions of his most famous composition, including in jazz form.
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  • Johann Pachelbel: World's Most Popular Wedding Guest - Brief biography, selected works, portrait, and chronology from Humanities Web.
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  • Pachelbel's Canon in D Major - Ray Hutchings provides background information about the work, biography of the composer, places where the piece may be heard, and numerous different MIDI audio treatments.
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  • Pachelbel, Johann - 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.
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  • Pachelbel, Johann: Biography - Outline of life with links to other composers and to cities where he worked.
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