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TPV played the D

To celebrate Make Music New York (MMNY), a group of 175 artists joined together break the mark for the largest electronic keyboard ensemble, playing Pachelbel’s Canon in D, which you may also know as “the song they play at almost every wedding you’ve ever attended.”

TPV founder was not one of the 175 artists, but because she was waiting for two such artists to finish their performance, she lent her support and played a D when the need for more D players arrived.

Asked to comment she said:

The best  D ever!

Once the final note of Pachelbel’s piece concluded, MMNY had brought the Guinness world record for the largest electronic keyboard ensemble back to America for the first time in 9 years.

More, http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/news/2013/6/make-music-new-york-plays-largest-electronic-keyboard-ensemble-49219


  1. I agree with you. Music contains more American exceptionalism than drones.

  2. Bravo!

    S and I played PC at a wedding, it was fun, for me at least.

    But, isn’t that D a drone – (probably not, just couldn’t resist, besides, as you know, there are drones and there are drones – trying to convince S to do a program that begins and ends with pieces which have a drone C : In C (Terry Riley) and Fantasie upon a single note, with Symphony in C as the filling : she thinks I’m a drone…


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