Pachelbel meets u2 piano sheet music

Piano by Jon Schmidt, arranged for french horn and tuba. Enjoy! Pachelbel Meets U2 (Brass Duet) sheet music for Piano, French Horn, Tuba download free in PDF or MIDI

Pachelbel Meets U2 ©2005 Solo Cello Pachelbel Meets U2 written by Jon Schmidt and Steven Nelson (from the album Winter Serenade) Side Notes: · Who would have thought that Pachelbel and U2 were made for each other? As many times as Canon has been arranged and re-arranged, you may find this version to be a little different.

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- tape pages 7-10 together...then tape to music stand - tape pages 2-6 together and place on top 1 (can be moved to bench on held note at measure 109) Pachelbel meets U2 (duet or minus track performance) - place page 1 on top of everything...move it out of the way at measure 36 19 "Winter Serenade" is an appropriate title as it has a wintry feel not limited to Christmas. The slower pieces are exquisite, a delight to listen to by a crackling fire on a chilly night. I like this CD in the month of November--before the more typical Christmas songs take over--and again in January and February as winter grinds on.