From the recording Canon
Pachelbel's Canon has been interpreted by many. This is mine. When I was 13 or 14 years old, I was like a sponge when it came to music. I remember listening to my school choir sing a Noel Goemann arrangement of the piece. Call me sentimental, but the goose bumps that I got let me know that music was all I wanted to learn. Don't get me wrong, I was wrestling and playing baseball, always thinking that singing and acting, and all the arts-type things in school were pretty weird. But for some reason, that piece put everything into perspective for me. My mother laughed hysterically when I came home and asked if I could start singing lessons. Not because she was un-supportive, but because this was coming from the son who had constantly whined, complained, and teased every time he heard his sisters during singing lessons. I have to say, I had to swallow some pride before I got the guts to ask. But I have no regrets. I can safely say that I owe so much to this piece. I am confident that I would not be where I am today if it had not inspired me. There is another version of this arrangement that I will introduce soon.
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