page one of the Trumpet 2 - Pachelbel - O humans weep your sin largely part from Passion: O Mensch bewein dein S�nde gross for Brass Sextet

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Full details

Pachalbel was born in Nuremberg, September 1653; and then, he, some years later, sadly shuffled off the mortal coil on March 9, 1706. A composer and organist, he was one of the leading progressive German composers of his time. Formerly admired chiefly as a composer of organ and other keyboard music, he is now recognized as a leading composer of church and chamber music. His vocal works, in particular, belie his reputation as a somewhat staid composer of organ chorales. They show a thorough familiarity with the rhetorical and pictorial arsenal of 17th-century German texted music and exhibit close attention to detail, which is evident throughout Pachelbel's output. What a snooze huh? This is a fun brass sextet arrangement I made with my very own hands some time ago and sadly the words O Mensch bewein dein S�nde gross don't mean very much to me as I "no habla" and feeding the words to the ever popular Altavista translatorwe get the translation as follows: O humans weep your sin largely. I have no clue what that means. At any rate, this is a good arrangment. I think you'll enjoy it.


Composer
Johann Pachelbel
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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