Cranage Hall is a beautiful setting for a romantic wedding. We spent a day there playing our hearts out to all the young newly engaged couples at the wedding fayre. www.martinpawlett.co.uk was also there and managed very skillfully to take our photos and to capture some of the fun that we had on that day.
We had a few requests and one of the was Pachelbel's Canon. This is a beautiful piece of music and perfect for the brides entrance and walk down the isle. Johann Pachelbel lived most of his life in Vienna during 1671 to 1692. The Canon was written in 1680 and was scored for 3 violins and a bass continuo. It was Johann Pachelbel's most famous piece of music and it really is one of the most recognizable pieces of classical music. The cello part plays the same 8 notes over and over again whilst the other parts repeat the melody in a round over the top. Simple but very effective. There are ways to play the piece and this version by The Piano Guys is fabulous. I hope you enjoy. www.thepianoguys.com/portfolio/rockelbels-canon-in-d/