Thursday, December 21, 2006

Pachelbel Canon Fodder

Well, the one that sent me 'round the bend was Pomp & Circumstance, but Pachelbel can get stuck in my head and bounce around for days. I laughed and laughed at this guy. Enjoy.

11 comments:

G Bro said...

That was wunnnnnnnnnderful! My favorite part was, "I know what you're thinking: 'Rob, you couldn't be a geek; you play the guitar and you're so cool.' ........ Well, okay, you weren't thinking that, but I was."

Rabbit said...

I have to assume you've seen the Japanes guy who plays Canon in D on the electric guitar, right?

Technically, it's amazing, while at the same time, it's more of the same.

Thanks for linking that; Rob makes an excellent point about.
Regards,
Rabbit.

Zelda said...

LOL! That is one of my favorite pastimes - picking out the songs that can be played to Canon in D. But he forgot Fastball "Out of My Head."

tricia said...

Thanks for posting that! ROFL!!

Anonymous said...

Thank for the link. That had me ROFLOL. Great way to start the morning. Or afternoon. Now I have to go wrap more loot.

Anonymous said...

That is great!!!! Funny funny guy.

Kelly said...

That was great. I needed that laugh.

Myron said...

That was funny. I understand his frustration with a crappy part for a cello. Joined the band in junior high wanting so bad to play the trumpet. They needed a baritone player. They needed a baritone player to play in bass clef. The only crappier parts were for tuba players. I lasted one semester.

Fathairybastard said...

That was hilarious. Now I'm gonna hear that tune everywhere.

It's Me, Maven... said...

Actually Pachelbel's Canon in D is my second fave... Vivaldi's Spring Movement of the Four Seasons is My fave:)

Never thought of PCD in terms of the individual instrumentalists... interesting perspective. I can see how painful it would be. Sheesh, he counted how many times he had to do those 8 notes over and over again...

Anonymous said...

Wah-HOOOO! I'm starting to love YouTube.
This was a great find.