Pachelbel, Mozart & Vivaldi
Canon in D-Dur is the most famous music work of the German Baroque composer Johann Pachelbel. Like most of the other works of Pachelbel and those of many other composers before 1700 Canon falls into oblivion and has been rediscovered as late as the 20th century. Several decades after the piece has been published for the very first time in 1919, it conquers the hearts of the audience. To let the program start with this piece, where the other two music titans W. A. Mozart and Antonio Vivaldi will be present with Divertimento in D-major and the Four seasons respectively, is very inspiring idea and predisposes to a musical evening full of sensuality and esthetic with the musical accompaniment of the Prague Royal Orchestra.
Extract of the programm:
- Canon in D Dur
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Divertimento in D Dur, KV 136 - Allegro, Andante, Presto
- Four Seasons - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter