Free Sheet Music | One Hit Wonder Composers

July 4, 2009

The music of following three composers are all but forgotten, except for one piece… one great piece.  Read about these composers on Wikipedia and then enjoy playing their music.

Johann Pachelbel (Baptized September 1, 1653-March 3, 1706) was an acclaimed Baroque composer, organist and teacher who brought the south German organ tradition to its peak. He composed a large body of sacred and secular music, and his contributions to the development of the chorale prelude and fugue have earned him a place among the most important composers of the middle Baroque.

Read more on Wikipedia.org

Free Printable Sheet Music

Get Canon in D for Intermediate Piano Solo by Johann Pachelbel from MakingMusicFun.net

Get Canon in D for Advanced Piano Solo by Johann Pachelbel from Free-Scores.com

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Jean-Joseph Mouret (April 11, 1682, Avignon-December 22, 1738, Charenton-le-Pont) was a French composer whose dramatic works made him one of the leading exponents of Baroque music in his country. Even though most of his works are no longer performed, Mouret’s name survives today thanks to the popularity of the Fanfare-Rondeau from his first Suite de Symphonies, which has been adopted as the signature tune of the PBS program Masterpiece and is a popular musical choice in many modern weddings.

Read more on Wikipedia.org

 

 

Free Printable Sheet Music

Rondeau for Piano Solo (Simplified) from MakingMusicFun.net

 

 

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Albert Ellmenreich was a German actor and writer, born February 10, 1816 in Karlsruhe, Germany; he died May 30, 1905 in Lübeck.

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Free Printable Sheet Music

Spinning Song for Piano Solo by Albert Ellmenreich (Simplified) from MakingMusicFun.net

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More “The Piano Student” Free Sheet Music Posts

Level 1/Easy Piano Solos

Level 2/Easy Piano Solos

Level 3/Intermediate Piano Solos

Level 4/Intermediate Piano Solos

Level 5/Intermediate Piano Solos

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