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Does anyone know of a good Pachelbel composition? Like one done by some city's orchestra. I've searched a few of them but to no avail.


Also, does anyone have any of the London Symphony Orchestra's live cd's? www.lso.co.uk . How do they sound? I am trying to convince myself to buy their Holst - The Planets, but I'm a bit skeptical about buying a live CD, especially one so critically listened to as classical music. Thanks for the help.
 

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zero-R, as you may already know, by far the most famous Pachelbel composition is Kanon. Perhaps you mean a good reading (performance) of Pachelbel's Kanon?


I like a CD titled Pachelbel/Fasch, Maurice Andre (trumpet), Orchestre de Chambre Jean-Francois Paillard, Jean-Francois Paillard, Conductor.

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Yes, that is what I mean. Thanks for the suggestion, I'm going to go look into it.


Still curious about the London Symphony Orchestra live cd's though... Anyone have those?
 
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