List of compositions by Johann Pachelbel

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Approximately 530 compositions have been attributed to Johann Pachelbel. As of 2009, no standard numbering system exists for Pachelbel's work. This article presents a thematically organized list and provides catalogue numbers from three different catalogues:

  • P = catalogue by Jean M. Perreault, 2001
  • T = catalogue by Hideo Tsukamoto, 2002, available online
  • PC = catalogue by Kathryn J. Welter, 1998

For organ works, POP catalogue numbers are provided, from catalogue by Antoine Bouchard for his 1998–2001 recording of Pachelbel's organ oeuvre (this catalogue only covers organ works). Perreault numbers are used as the basis of the list, making individual sections organized alphabetically (i.e. the chorales) and/or by tonality. Because the Welter catalogue does not provide incipits, many of the works with identical titles will share a single PC number (which is in such cases denoted by a question mark).

The following symbols are used:

  • * denotes that the ascription of the piece is questioned
  • ! denotes that the composition is, apparently, lost

Similarly to catalogues of works by most early music composers, Pachelbel's list of works remains perpetually incomplete as new works are regularly found.

Organ music[edit]

Chorale preludes[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
Erster Theil etlicher Choräle (Choräle zum praeambuliren) (before 1693)
45 2 1 58 Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (no. 1)
46 7 2 88 Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (no. 1)
47 4 3 74 Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren (on Johann Gramann's hymn)
48 5 4 77 Vater unser im Himmelreich (no. 1; on Luther's hymn)
49 8 5 89 Wir glauben all' an einen Gott
50a 1 6 39 Dies' sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot' (no. 1a)
50b - - - Dies' sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot' (no. 1b); spurious, arrangement by Johann Gottfried Walther
51 3 7 63 Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der von uns den Gotteszorn wandt
52 6 8 79 Vom Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her (no. 1)
1 9 9 20 Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein (no. 1) on Martin Luther's hymn
2 10 9? 21 Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein (no. 2)
3 11 10 22 Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder (no. 1)
4 12 11 23 Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder (no. 2)
5* - 10? - Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder (no. 3)
8* - - - Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen
9* - 14 - Ach wir armen Sünder
10* 14 15? 25 Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (no. 1) (possibly by Johann Heinrich Buttstett)
11* 15 15? 26 Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (no. 2) (possibly by Johann Heinrich Buttstett)
12* - 15? - Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (no. 3)
13 16 16? 27 Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (no. 1)
14 17 16? 28 Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (no. 2) [alio modo]
15* - 16? - Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (no. 3)
16* - 17 - Als der gütige Gott
17 18 19 29 An Wasserflüssen Babylon (no. 1)
18 19 18/19 30 An Wasserflüssen Babylon (no. 2)
20 - 18 - An Wasserflüssen Babylon (no. 4)
30* 20 107 31 Auf meinen lieben Gott (no. 1) (possibly by Johann Michael Bach)
31* - 20 - Auf meinen lieben Gott (no. 2)
34* - 21 - Aus Jakobs Stamm ein Stern sehr klar
35 13 12/13? 24 Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (no. 1), also known as Ach wie elend ist unsre Zeit (on Martin Luther's hymn)
36* - 22/36? - Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (no. 2)
55* - 25? - Christ, der du bist der helle Tag
58* 22 198 33 Christ lag in Todesbanden (no. 1) (possibly by Johann Sebastian Bach)
59* - 108 - Christ lag in Todesbanden (no. 2) (possibly by Heinrich Bach (1615–1692))
59bis* - 23 - Christ lag in Todesbanden (no. 3) (possibly by Johann Heinrich Buttstett or Heinrich Bach)
61 23 24 34 Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (no. 1)
62* - 24? - Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (no. 2)
63* 21 25? 32 Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht (no. 1) (possibly by Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV 1096 is an extended version possibly by Bach)
64* - 25? - Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht (no. 2)
65* - 27 - Christe, du Lamm Gottes (no. 1)
66* - 26 - Christe, du Lamm Gottes (no. 2)
67* - 28 - Christe, wollst uns hören
69* - 29? - Christus, der uns selig macht
69bis* - - - Christus, der uns selig macht (partita, possibly by Nicolaus Vetter)
70* 24 30 35 Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund (no. 1) (possibly by Heinrich Bach)
71* - 109 - Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund (no. 2) (possibly by Heinrich Bach, modified and extended version of P.70)
73* - 31 - Das alte Jahr vergangen ist
80* 25 32 36 Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt (no. 1)
81 26 33 37 Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt (no. 2)
82* - 32? - Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt (no. 3) (possibly by Johann Peter Heuschkel)
83 - 32? - Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt (no. 4) (only incipit survives)
85 27 34 38 Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich
50b - - - Dies' sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot' (no. 1), arrangement of P.50a by Johann Gottfried Walther
101* - - - Dies' sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot' (no. 2)
103 28 35? 40 Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (no. 1)
104 29 35? 41 Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (no. 2)
105 30 36 42 Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (no. 3)
106 31 37 43 Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (no. 1)
107 - - - Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (no. 2)
108* - 37? - Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (no. 3)
109 32 38 44 Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott (no. 1)
110* - 38? - Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott (no. 2)
111* 33 39? 45 Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort (no. 1) (possibly by Georg Böhm or Dieterich Buxtehude)
112* - 39? - Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort (no. 2) (possibly by Georg Böhm or Dieterich Buxtehude)
114* 34 40? 46 Es spricht der Unweisen Mund wohl (no. 1)
115 35 41? 47 Es spricht der Unweisen Mund wohl (no. 2)
116* - 40? - Es spricht der Unweisen Mund wohl (no. 3)
117* - 42 - Es stehn vor Gottes Thron
118 36 43? 48 Es woll' uns Gott genädig sein (no. 1)
119 37 43? 49 Es woll' uns Gott genädig sein (no. 2)
120* - 43? - Es woll' uns Gott genädig sein (no. 3)
121* - 59 - Esaia, dem Propheten das geschah
166* 38 44? 50 Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (no. 1)
167* - 44? - Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (no. 2)
169* - 45 - Gleich wie ein Hirsch begehret
170* - 46 - Gleich wie sich fein ein Vögelein
171 39 47? 51 Gott der Vater wohn uns bei (no. 1)
172* - 47? - Gott der Vater wohn uns bei (no. 2)
174* 40 111 52 Gott hat das Evangelium (possibly by Johann Michael Bach)
178* 41 112 53 Gott Vater, der du deine Sonn' (possibly by Johann Michael Bach)
179* - 48 - Gottes Sohn ist kommen
181 42 49? 54 Herr Christ, der einig Gotts Sohn (no. 1) (also known as Herr Christ, Gnadensonne)
182* - - - Herr Christ, der einig Gotts Sohn (no. 2)
182bis* - 113? - Herr Christ, der einig Gotts Sohn (no. 3) (possibly by Johann Heinrich Buttstett or Christian Friedrich Witt)
183 43 51 55 Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir (no. 1)
184* - 50 - Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir (no. 2)
185* - - - Herr Gott, dich loben wir
186* - - - Herr Gott nun schleuss den Himmel auf
188* - 52 - Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend
189* 44 114 56 Herr Jesu Christ, ich weiss gar wohl
191* - - - Herr, wie du willst (opening fughetta lost)
192* - 53 - Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen
202 45 54/55 57 Ich hab' mein' Sach' Gott heimgestellt (no. 1)
203* - 55 - Ich hab' mein' Sach' Gott heimgestellt (no. 2)
205 46 - 59 Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (no. 2)
206* - 56 - Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (no. 3)
209* 47 57? 60 In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr (no. 1) (possibly by Johann Michael Bach)
210* - 57? - In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr (no. 2) (possibly by Johann Michael Bach, modified and extended version of P.209)
211* - 58 - In dir ist Freude
218* 48 60? 61 Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der den Tod überwand (no. 1) (possibly by Andreas Armsdorf)
219* 49 60? 62 Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der den Tod überwand (no. 2)
220* - 60? - Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der den Tod überwand (no. 3)
222* - 61 - Kaiser Augustus leget an
223* 50 116 64 Komm Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist (no. 1) (possibly by Johann Michael Bach)
225* 51 62 65 Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott (no. 1) (possibly by Andreas Armsdorf or Johann Gottfried Walther)
226* - 117 - Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott (no. 2) (possibly by Andreas Armsdorf)
227 52 63? 66 Kommt her zu mir, spricht Gottes Sohn (no. 1)
228* - 63? - Kommt her zu mir, spricht Gottes Sohn (no. 2)
231* - 64 - Kyrie eleison
232* - 65 - Kyrie, Gott, heiliger Geist
233* - 66 - Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit
235* - 67 - Lob sei dem allmächtigen Gott
236 53 68 67 Lob sei Gott in des Himmels Thron (no. 1)
237* - 68? - Lob sei Gott in des Himmels Thron (no. 2)
239* - 69 - Lobt Gott, ihr Christen allzugleich
241* 54 70? 68 Mag ich Unglück nicht widerstahn (possibly by Johann Michael Bach)
361* - 71 - Mein' Seel', o Gott, muss loben dich
362 55 72/319 69 Meine Seele erhebt den Herren (no. 1) [Magnificat peregrini toni]
363 56 363 70 Meine Seele erhebt den Herren (no. 2) [alio modo]
365* - 73 - Meinen Jesum lass ich nicht
369* - 74 - Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin
380* - 75 - Nun bitten wir den heil'gen Geist (possibly by Johann Heinrich Buttstett)
382* 57 119 71 Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein (no. 1)
383* - 76 - Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein (no. 2)
384 - - - Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein (no. 3)
385* - 77 - Nun jauchzet, all ihr Frommen
386 58 78 72 Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (no. 1)
387* - 78? - Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (no. 2)
388* 59 - 73 Nun lasst uns Gott, dem Herren (no. 1) (possibly by Johann Michael Bach)
389* - 79/120? - Nun lasst uns Gott, dem Herren (no. 2)
393 60 81 75 O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig (no. 1)
394* - 82 - O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig (no. 2)
396* 61 83 76 O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde gross (no. 1)
397* - 83? - O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde gross (no. 2)
398* - 84 - O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid
405* - - - Preis, Lob, und Herrlichkeit
422* - 85 - Schaffe in mir, Gott, ein reines Herz
423* - 86 - Sei gegrüsset Jesu gütig
475 62 87 78 Vater unser im Himmelreich (no. 2)
476* - - - Vater unser im Himmelreich (no. 3)
478 63 88 80 Vom Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her (no. 2)
479* - 88? - Vom Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her (no. 3)
480* - 89 - Vom Himmel kam ein Engelschar
481* - 90 - Von Gott will ich nicht lassen
482* - 91 - Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit
483 64 92 81 Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz (no. 1)
484 65 93 82 Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz (no. 2)
485* - 92? - Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz (no. 3)
488 66? 94/121? 83? Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit (no. 1)
489 67? 94/121? 84? Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit (no. 2)
490* - 94/121? - Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit (no. 3)
491 68? 95? 85? Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist (no. 1)
492* 68? 95? 85? Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist (no. 2)
493* - 96 - Wenn meine Sünd' mich kranken
494 70 97? 87 Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein (no. 1)
495 69 97? 86 Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein (no. 2)
497* - 98/9? - Wer Gott vertraut
498bis* - 100 - Werde munter, meine Gemüte
501 - - - Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (no. 2)
502* - - - Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (no. 3)
502bis* - - - Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (no. 4) (broadly accepted as being by Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV 739)
503 - 101? - Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ (no. 1)
504* - 101? - Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ (no. 2) (apparently lost, only incipit survives)
505* - 102 - Wir glauben all' an einen Gott (no. 2)
506* - - - Wir glauben all' an einen Gott (no. 3)
507 71 103 90 Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält (no. 1)
508* 72 104? 91 Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält (no. 2) (possibly by Johann Michael Bach)
509 73 104? 92 Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält (no. 3)
510* - 122? - Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält (no. 4)
511 74 - 93 Wo Gott der Herr nicht gibt sein' Gunst (no. 1)
512 75 105 94 Wo Gott der Herr nicht gibt sein' Gunst (no. 2)
513* - 105? - Wo Gott der Herr nicht gibt sein' Gunst (no. 3)
514* - 106 - Wo soll ich fliehen hin (possibly by Andreas Armsdorf)

Chorale variations[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
Musicalische Sterbens-Gedancken (1683)
376 81 123 101 Christus, der ist mein Leben (12 variations)
377a 82 124 102 Alle Menschen müssen sterben (8 variations)
377b - - - Alle Menschen müssen sterben (5 variations), arrangement by Johann Gottfried Walther
378 83 125 103 Herzlich tut mich verlangen (7 variations)
379 84 126 104 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (9 variations)[1]
- - - - Freu dich sehr o meine Seele (12 variations)[2]
7a 85 127 105 Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen [theme and 6 variations]
7b - - - Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen (arrangement by Johann Gottfried Walther)
129 87 129? 107 Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele
498 86 130 106 Werde munter, mein Gemüte (chorale and 4 partitas)

Magnificat fugues[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
Magnificat Fugues primi toni (mode I)
257 101 227 151 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 1 (D minor)
258 102 228 152 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 2 (D minor)
259 103 229 153 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 3 (D minor)
260 104 230 154 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 4 (D minor)
261 105 259 155 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 5 (D minor)
262 106 260 156 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 6 (D minor)
263 107 261 157 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 7 (D minor)
264 108 262 158 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 8 (D minor)
265 109 - 159 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 9 (D minor)
266 110 291 160 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 10 (D minor)
267 111 292 161 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 11 (D minor)
268 112 293 162 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 12 (D minor)
269 113 294 163 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 13 (D minor)
270 114 295 164 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 14 (D minor)
271 115 296 165 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 15 (D minor)
272 116 297 166 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 16 (D minor)
273 117 298 167 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 17 (D minor)
274 118 299 168 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 18 (D minor)
275 119 - 169 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 19 (D minor)
276 120 300 170 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 20 (D minor)
277 121 - 171 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 21 (D minor)
278 122 - 172 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 22 (D minor)
279 123 - 173 Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 23 (D minor)
280 - 325 - Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 24 (D minor)
281* - - - Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 25 (D minor)
282 - - - Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 26 (D minor)
283 - - - Magnificat fugue primi toni No. 27 (D minor)
Magnificat Fugues secundi toni (mode II)
284 124 231 174 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 1 (G minor)
285 125 232 175 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 2 (G minor)
286 126 233 176 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 3 (G minor)
287 127 234 177 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 4 (G minor)
288 128 263 178 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 5 (G minor)
289 129 264 179 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 6 (G minor)
290 130 265 180 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 7 (G minor)
291 131 266 181 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 8 (G minor)
292 132 301 182 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 9 (G minor)
293 133 302 183 Magnificat fugue secundi toni No. 10 (G minor)
Magnificat Fugues tertii toni (mode III)
294 134 235 184 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 1 (C major)
295 135 236 185 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 2 (C major)
296 136 237 186 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 3 (C major)
297 137 238 187 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 4 (G major)
298 138 267 188 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 5 (G major)
299 139 268 189 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 6 (G major)
300 140 269 190 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 7 (G major)
301 141 270 191 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 8 (G major)
302 142 303 192 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 9 (C major)
303 143 304 193 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 10 (C major)
304 144 305 194 Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 11 (C major)
305 - - - Magnificat fugue tertii toni No. 12 (G major; only the incipit is preserved; not a fugue)
Magnificat Fugues quarti toni (mode IV)
306 145 239 195 Magnificat fugue quarti toni No. 1 (A minor)
307 146 240 196 Magnificat fugue quarti toni No. 2 (E minor)
308 147 241 197 Magnificat fugue quarti toni No. 3 (A minor)
309 148 242 198 Magnificat fugue quarti toni No. 4 (A minor)
310 149 271 199 Magnificat fugue quarti toni No. 5 (A minor)
311 150 272 200 Magnificat fugue quarti toni No. 6 (A minor)
312 151 273 201 Magnificat fugue quarti toni No. 7 (E minor)
313 152 274 202 Magnificat fugue quarti toni No. 8 (A minor)
Magnificat Fugues quinti toni (mode V)
314 153 243 203 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 1 (F major)
315 154 244 204 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 2 (F major)
316 155 245 205 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 3 (F major)
317 156 246 206 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 4 (F major)
318 157 275 207 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 5 (F major)
319 158 276 208 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 6 (B-flat major)
320 159 277 209 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 7 (B-flat major)
321 160 278 210 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 8 (F major)
322 161 306 211 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 9 (F major)
323 162 307 212 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 10 (F major)
324 163 308 213 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 11 (F major)
325 164 309 214 Magnificat fugue quinti toni No. 12 (F major)
Magnificat Fugues sexti toni (mode VI)
326 165 247 215 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 1 (F major)
327 166 248 216 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 2 (F major)
328 167 249 217 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 3 (F major)
329 168 250 218 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 4 (F major)
330 169 279 219 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 5 (F major)
331 170 280 220 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 6 (F major)
332 171 310 221 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 7 (F major)
333 172 311 222 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 8 (F major)
334 173 312 223 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 9 (F major)
335 174 313 224 Magnificat fugue sexti toni No. 10 (F major)
Magnificat Fugues septimi toni (mode VII)
336 175 251 225 Magnificat fugue septimi toni No. 1 (C minor)
337 176 252 226 Magnificat fugue septimi toni No. 2 (C minor)
338 177 253 227 Magnificat fugue septimi toni No. 3 (C minor)
339 178 254 228 Magnificat fugue septimi toni No. 4 (C minor)
340 179 283 229 Magnificat fugue septimi toni No. 5 (C minor)
341 180 284 230 Magnificat fugue septimi toni No. 6 (C minor)
342 181 285 231 Magnificat fugue septimi toni No. 7 (C minor)
343 182 286 232 Magnificat fugue septimi toni No. 8 (C minor)
Magnificat Fugues octavi toni (mode VIII)
344 183 255 233 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 1 (G major)
345 184 256 234 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 2 (G major)
346 185 257 235 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 3 (G major)
347 186 258 236 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 4 (G major)
348 187 287 237 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 5 (G major)
349 188 288 238 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 6 (G major)
350 189 289 239 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 7 (G major)
351 190 290 240 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 8 (G major)
352 191 314 241 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 9 (G major)
353 192 315 242 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 10 (G major)
354 193 316 243 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 11 (G major)
355 194 317 244 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 12 (G major)
356 195 318 245 Magnificat fugue octavi toni No. 13 (G major)
- - 319 - Magnificat fugue peregrini toni

Chaconnes[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
38 201 144 11 Chaconne in C major (25 variations)
39 202 146 12 Chaconne in D major (1) (16 variations)
40 203 145 13 Chaconne in D major (2) (13 variations)
41 204 147 14 Chaconne in D minor (16 variations)
42 205 148 15 Chaconne in F major (33 variations)
43 206 149 16 Chaconne in F minor (22 variations)
44* - - - Chaconne in A minor (incomplete, incipit only)

Arias with variations[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
Hexachordum Apollinis (1699) (NB: this only incorporates P.193–198)
193 211 131 1 Aria and 6 variations in D minor, Aria prima
194 212 132 2 Aria and 5 variations in E minor, Aria secunda
195 213 133 3 Aria and 6 variations in F major, Aria tertia
196 214 134 4 Aria and 6 variations in G minor, Aria quarta
197 215 135 5 Aria and 6 variations in A minor, Aria quinta
198 216 136 6 Aria and 8 variations in F minor, Aria sexta (Aria Sebaldina)
21* - 137 - Aria and 3 variations in C minor (incomplete, aria alone survives)
22 217 138 8 Aria and 6 variations in D major
24* - 139 - Aria and 7 variations in G major (incomplete, aria alone survives)
25 218 148 9 Aria and 3 variations in A major
26 219 140? 10 Aria and 4 variations in A minor
27 - 141? - Aria and 6 variations in A minor
29 220 143 7 Arietta and 9 variations in F major

Preludes[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
401* - - - Preamble in C major
402* - - - Preamble in E minor
402bis* - - - Preamble in E minor [no. 2]
403* - - - Preamble in F major
403bis* - - - Preamble in F major
404* - - - Preamble in A minor
406 221 153/154 250 Prelude in D minor (no. 1)
407 222 153 256 Prelude in D minor (no. 2)
408 223 155 251 Prelude in E flat major
409 224 156/157 252 Prelude in G major
410 225 158 253 Prelude in G minor
411 226 159 254 Prelude in A major
412 227 160 255 Prelude in A minor
412bis* - 160? - Prelude in A minor [no. 2]

Preludes and fugues[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
413 - 152 - Prelude and Fugue in C major
414* - 326 - Prelude and Fugue in C minor
414bis* - - - Prelude and Fugue in D major
415 - - - Prelude and Fugue in D minor
416 228 156 - Prelude and Fugue in E minor (no. 1)
417 - 214 (fugue) - Prelude and Fugue in E minor (no. 2) (the prelude is a transposition of P.406)

Toccatas[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
454 231 162 270 Toccata in C major (no. 1)
455 232 163 273 Toccata in C major (no. 2)
456 233 164 274 Toccata in C major (no. 3)
457 234 165 278 Toccata in C major (no. 4)
458 235 166 285 Toccata in C major (no. 5)
459 236 167 279 Toccata in C minor
460 237 168 272 Toccata in D major (key erroneously listed in PC as D minor)
461 238 169 271 Toccata in D minor
462 240 171 281 Toccata in E minor
463 242 172/173 282 Toccata in F major (no. 1)
464 241 172/173 276 Toccata in F major (no. 2)
464bis* - - - Toccata in G major (broadly accepted as being by Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel)
465 243 174 277 Toccata in G minor (no. 1)
466 244 175 280 Toccata in G minor (no. 2)
467 245 176 283 Toccata in G minor (no. 3)
468 246 177 284 Toccata in G minor (no. 4)
471 - - - Toccatina in D minor
472 - - - Toccatina in G major
473 - - - Toccatina in G minor

Toccatas and fugues[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
469 239 170 275 Toccata and Fugue in D minor
470 247 178 286 Toccata and Fugue in B flat major

Fantasias[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
123 251 179 110 Fantasia in C major
124 253 181 112 Fantasia in D minor (no. 1)
125 252 180 111 Fantasia in D minor (no. 2)
125bis* - - - Fantasia in D minor (no. 3)
126 256 184 115 Fantasia in A minor
127 254 182 113 Fantasia in E flat major
128 255 183 114 Fantasia in G minor
- - - - Fantasia[3]
- - - - Fantasia[3]

Fugues[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
131 261 186 122 Fugue in C major (no. 1)
132 272 - 143 Fugue in C major (no. 2)
133 275 199 144 Fugue in D major (no. 1)
134* - - - Fugue in D major (no. 2)
135 277 214? 123 Fugue in E minor (no. 1)
136* - - - Fugue in E minor (no. 2)
137 281 217? 145 Fugue in G major
138* - - - Fugue in G minor
139 283 222 120 Fugue in A major
140* - - - Fugue in A minor
141 286 225 121 Fugue in B minor
142 262 188 124 Fugue in C major (no. 3)
143 263 189 125 Fugue in C major (no. 4, bicinium)
144 264 190 126 Fugue in C major (no. 5, bicinium)
145 267 191 129 Fugue in C major (no. 6)
146 268 192 130 Fugue in C major (no. 7)
147 271 193 137 Fugue in C major (no. 8)
148 265 194 127 Fugue in C major (no. 9)
149 266 195 128 Fugue in C major (no. 10)
150 269 196 131 Fugue in C major (no. 11)
151 270 197 132 Fugue in C major (no. 12)
152 273 198 133 Fugue in C minor
153 274 200 134 Fugue in D major (no. 1)
153bis - - - Fugue in D major (no. 2)
154 276 202 141 Fugue in D minor (no. 1)
155* - - - Fugue in D minor (no. 2)
155bis - - - Fugue in D minor (no. 3)
156 278 156 135 Fugue in F major (no. 1)
156bis - - - Fugue in F major (no. 2)
157* - - - Fugue in F minor (identical to P.268(1) Magnificat Fugue primi toni No. 12, transposed)
158 279 218 136 Fugue in G major (no. 1)
159 280 219 142 Fugue in G major (no. 2)
160 282 160 138 Fugue in G minor
161 - 220 - Fugue in A major
162 284 162 139 Fugue in A minor (no. 1)
163 285 224 140 Fugue in A minor (no. 2)

Ricercars[edit]

P T PC POP Composition
418 291 320/321 261 Ricercare in C major
419 292 322 262 Ricercare in C minor
420* - - - Ricercare in D major
421 293 320 260 Ricercare in F-sharp minor

Other keyboard music[edit]

P T PC Composition
164* - - Gavotte in F major
234bis - - Lied in G minor
366 - - Minuet in D minor
367* - 346? Minuet in G major (no. 1)
368* - 346? Minuet in G major (no. 2)
421bis* - 347 Sarabande in G minor
428* 301 327 Suite in C major (No. 25 in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
429* 302 328 Suite in C minor (incomplete; 2 mvts. only)
430* 303 329 Suite in C-sharp minor
431* 304 330 Suite in D major
432* 305 331 Suite in D minor (No. 26 in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
433* 306 332 Suite in E-flat major
434* 307 333 Suite in E major
435* 308 334 Suite in E minor (no. 1) (No. 28 in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
436 309 335 Suite in E minor (no. 2) (No. 29 in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
437* 311 337a? Suite in F major (no. 1) (apparently incomplete; 3 mvts. only; No. 32 in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
438 310 336? Suite in F major (no. 2)
439* 312 338 Suite in F-sharp minor
440* 313? 339? Suite in G major (no. 1) (No. 34? in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
441* 314? 339? Suite in G major (no. 2)
442* 315 340a Suite in G minor (no. 1) (No. 33 in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
443 316 340b Suite in G minor (no. 2) (No. 33 in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
444 317 341 Suite in A-flat major
445* 318 342 Suite in A major (No. 36 in Max Seiffert's catalogue)
446* 319 343 Suite in A minor
447* 320 344 Suite in B-flat major
448* 321 345 Suite in B minor

Chamber music[edit]

P T PC Composition
Musicalische Ergötzung (1691)
370a 331 348 Suite in F major, 2vn, b.c.
371 332 349 Suite in C minor, 2vn, b.c.
372 333 350 Suite in E-flat major, 2vn, b.c.
373 334 351 Suite in E minor, 2vn, b.c.
374 335 352 Suite in C major, 2vn, b.c.
375 336 353 Suite in B-flat major, 2vn, b.c.
28 341 - Aria with 9 variations in A major, vn, 2vg
37 337 358 Canon and gigue in D major, 3vn, b.c.
427* - 359 Sonata in G major, vn, k.i.
449 340 354 Suite in F-sharp minor, vn, 2va, b.c.
450 339 355b? Suite in G major (no. 1), vn, 2va, vle (Perrault writes: The lack of figuration for the lower part means that it was not a b.c., so that this work may well count as the first true string quartet, at least within the Germanophone domain.)
451 338 355a? Suite in G major (no. 2), 2vn, 2va, b.c.
453 - - Suite [tonality unspecified], vn, 2va, k.i., (?)b.c.

Vocal music[edit]

Arias[edit]

P T PC Composition
32 431 360 Auf, werte Gäst, for soprano or tenor, 2vn, b.c. (1 strophe)
33 432 361 Augen, streuet Perlentränen, for alto, tenor, 4va, "va pro basso" (4 strophes)
57* - - Christ ist erstanden, for soprano, vn, b.c. (possibly by Achilles)
74 433 367 Das angenehmste Wetter, for tenor, 2vn
75 434 368 Das Gewitter for tenor, 2vn, b.c. (6 strophes)
76 435 369 Das Jahr fängt an, for alto, 2vn, 2va, b.c. (4 strophes)
86 436 363 Der Widder Abrahams, for alto, tenor, 2vn, b.c. (5 strophes)
100 437 370 Die freuderfüllten Abendstunden, for soprano, 2vn, 2va, b.c.
113 438 371 Es muss die Sinne ja erfreuen, for tenor, 2vn, b.c. (7 strophes)
165 439 372 Geliebtes Vaterherz, for bass, 2vn, 2va, b.c./vle
180 440 374 Guter Walter unsers Rat, for tenor, 2vn, 2va, b.c.
199 441 375 Hör, grosser Mäcenat, for alto, 2vn, 2va, b.c.
240 442 376 Mäcenas lebet noch, for alto, 2vn, 2va, tr, b.c. (6 strophes)
360 443 363 Mein Leben, dessen Kreuz, for tenor, 2vn, 2va, "va pro basso", org (6 strophes)
379bis* - - Nisi Domin[us] aedificaverit, (?)aria, bass, (?)vn, b.c.
391 444 377 O grosses Musenlicht, for tenor, 2vn, 2vg, b.c.
425 445 378 So ist denn dies der Tag, aria and chorus for soprano, SSATB, 2vn, 3va, 4tr, timp, b.c. (8 strophes)
426 446 379 So ist denn nun die Treu, aria and chorus for 2 sopranos, SSATB, 2fl, 2vn, 3va, b.c. (9 strophes)
476bis - - Verzag [Vergess?] doch nicht, du armer Sünder, for tenor, vn, 4va, b.c.
477 447 364 Voller Wunder, voller Kunst, for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, b.c.
500 448 380 Wie nichtig, ach!, for tenor, 3va, b.c.
515 449 365 Wohl Euch, die ihr in Gott verliebt, for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, b.c.

Motets[edit]

P T PC Composition
77 351 382 Der Herr ist König, darum toben die Völker, SATB, SATB, (?)b.c.
78 352 383? Der Herr ist König und herrlich geschmückt, SATB, SATB, b.c.
79 353 383? Der Herr ist König und herrlich geschmückt... Hallelluja, SSATB, b.c.
122 354 388 Exurgat Deus, SATB, SATB, b.c.
175 355 384 Gott ist unser Zuversicht und Stärcke, SATB, SATB, b.c.
213 356 - Jauchzet dem Herrn, alle Welt, SATB, SATB, b.c.
217 357 - Jauchzet Gott, alle Lande, SATB, SATB, b.c.
381 358 385 Nun danket alle Gott, SATB, SATB, b.c.
400 359 389 Paratum cor meum, SATB, SATB, b.c.
424 360 386 Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, SATB, SATB, b.c.
474 361 387 Tröste uns Gott, unser Heiland, SATB, SATB, b.c.

Sacred concertos[edit]

P T PC Composition
0* - - Ach Gott, erhör mein Seufzen
60 371 393 Christ lag in Todesbanden, SATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c.
84 372 394 Der Name des Herren sei gelobet, SAB, 2vn, (?)fg, b.c.
173* - 395 Gott du Gott Israel, SSATB, 2vn, 2va, b.c.
176 373 - Gott ist unser Zuversicht und Stärcke, SATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c.
177 374 - Gott sei uns gnädig, SSATB, 5tr, timp, 2vn, 4va, fg, b.c., org.
215 376 395(2) Jauchzet dem Herrn, alle Welt, in G major, SSATB, 2ob, 2vn, 3va, fg/vle, b.c.
216 375 411 Jauchzet dem Herrn, alle Welt, in D major, SSATB, 4tr, timp, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c.
230 377 - Kommt her zu mir, spricht Gottes Sohn, SATB, 2 cornetti/clarini, 2vn, [va], b.c.
238 378 - Lobet den Herrn in seinem Heiligtum, SSATB, 2fl/2ob, 5tr, tb, timp, cymbal, harp, fg, 2vn, 3va, b.c.(org.)
359 380 396 Mein Herr Jesu, dir leb ich, SATB, 3va, b.c.
359bis* - - Mein Herz ist bereit
364 379 397 Meine Sünden betrüben mich, SATB, ob, 4vg, fg/vle, b.c.
487 381 399 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, SATB, 2vn, 2va, fg, b.c.

Masses[edit]

P T PC Composition
357 386 408 Mass in C major, SATB, 2clarini, 2vn, b.c.
358 387 407 Mass in D major "Missa Brevis", SATB, b.c.

Ingressus[edit]

P T PC Composition
87 391 421 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SATB, 2vn, va, b.c., C major (no. 1)
88 392 422 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c., C major (no. 2)
89 393 423 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SSATB, 4tr, timp, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c., org, C major (no. 3)
90 394? 424 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, [SATB((?)solo)], 2vn, va, b.c., D major (no. 1)
91 395? 425 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c., D major (no. 2)
92 396 426 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SSATB, 2vn, 3va, b.c., D minor (key erroneously listed in PC as D major)
93 397 427 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SSATB, 2vn, 4va, fg, b.c., F major
94 398 430 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SATB, 2vn, 3va (ad lib.), b.c., G major
95 399? 428? Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SATB, 2vn, fg, b.c., G minor (no. 1)
96 400? 429? Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SSATB, 2vn, va, 2vg, fg, b.c., G minor (no. 2)
97 401 432 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SSATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c., A major
98 402 431 Deus in adjutorium meum intende, SSATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c., A minor

Magnificats[edit]

P T PC Composition
242 413 433 Magnificat in C major (no. 1), SATB, 2tr, 2vn, 2va, b.c.
243 411 434 Magnificat in C major (no. 2), SSATB, 2ob, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c.
244 412? 435? Magnificat in C major (no. 3), SSATB, 4tr, timp, 2vn, va, 2vg, fg, b.c.
245 414? 436? Magnificat in C major (no. 4), SSATB, 4tr, timp, 2vn, va, vg, fg, b.c.
246 417 437 Magnificat in D major (no. 1), SATB, 4va (ad libitum), b.c.
247 415 438 Magnificat in D major (no. 2), SSATB, 2cornetti, 2ob, 2vn, 3va, fg, "con Organo"
248 416 439 Magnificat in D major (no. 3), [chor.I]SSATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c., [chor.II]SSATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c.
250 418 440 Magnificat in E-flat major, SATB, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c., org
251 419 441 Magnificat in F major (no. 1), SATB, 2vn, fg, b.c.
252 420 442 Magnificat in F major (no. 2), SSATB, 2vn, b.c.
253 421 444 Magnificat in G major, SATB, 2vn, b.c.
254 422 443 Magnificat in G minor, SATB, b.c.
255 423 445 Magnificat in B-flat major, SSATB, 2ob, 2vn, 3va, fg, b.c./org

Lost works[edit]

Chorale preludes[edit]

P Composition
2bis*! Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein (no. 3)
19! An Wasserflüssen Babylon (no. 3)
68! Christum wir sollen loben schon
72! Danket dem Herrn, denn er ist sehr freundlich
168! Gläubiges Herz, freue, chorale-prelude
207! Ich weiss dass mein Erlöser lebt
221! Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der von uns den Gotteszorn wandt (no. 2)
224! Komm Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist
390! Nun lob' mein Seel' den Herren
392! O Herre Gott, dein göttlich Wort
395! O Lamm Gottes unschuldig (no. 3)
499! Wie nach einer Wasserquelle

Chorale variations[edit]

P Composition
217bis!* Jesu, meine Freude (on Frack's hymn)

Chamber music[edit]

P Composition
370b! Suite in D major (first suite of Musicalische Ergötzung transposed from F major)
452! Suite [2vn, 2va, vc, b.c.], G major (no. 3)
516! Zwillingspartita, 2vn, D major

Vocal music[edit]

P Composition
6! Ach Herr, straff mich nicht, (?)aria, voice, 3 instruments
56! Christ ist erstanden, (?)aria, voice, "instruments" (no. 1)
102! Dixit Dominus, (?)motet, "4 vv, 5 insts"
185bis! Herr Gott, dich loben wir, (?)motet, (?)SATB, SATB
187! Herr hebe an zu segnen, motet/sacred concerto(?), SSATB, 5va, fg
190! Herr, wenn deine Wort nicht wäre, (?)motet, "a 5"
200! Ich bin die Auferstehung, (?)motet
201! Ich fahr dahin mit Freuden, (?)aria, voice, "5 insts"
204! Ich kann nicht mehr, (?)aria, "2 vv, 4 insts"
208!* Ich will den Herrn loben allezeit, (?)motet
212!* In nomine Jesu, (?)motet
214! Jauchzet dem Herren, alle Welt, (?)motet, "a 13"
229! Kommt her zu mir, spricht Gottes Sohn, (?)motet, "a 13"
234! Laetatus sum, sacred concerto, SSATB, trombetta, 2 cornetti, trombone, 2vn, 2va, fg, org (only instrumental parts survive)
249! Magnificat, D major (no. 4), "a 13"
256! Magnificat, [key unknown], "a 13"
486!* Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, (?)motet, "a 9", SATB, SATB, b.c.
496! Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein, (?)sacred concerto, "a 10. 4 Viol. SATB"

Miscellany[edit]

P Composition Description
23 [deleted]  
53!–54! "Zwei Chörichte Sonaten, in specie dessen Serenata" Sonatas for choir and ensemble ("serenades"?). They were mentioned by Johann Heinrich Buttstett in his 1716 treatise Ut, mi, sol, re, fa, la, tota musica et harmonia aeterna, along with Johann Michael Bach's Revange, as examples of highly refined music. Neither Pachelbel's nor J.M. Bach's works survive.[4]
99 Deutlich Anweisung. Wie man durchs ganze Jahr bey wehrenden Gottesdienst, so wohl in den Vespern als Tagambt, bey S. Sebald m. der Orgel zu intonieren und zu respondiren sich zu verhalten habe. A set of liturgical instructions for organists of St. Sebaldus Church.
130 Fugen und Praeambuln über die gewöhnlichsten Tonos figuratos "Fugues and Preludes in all church modes", a collection announced in 1704 book fair catalogues. It was to be published in 1705, however, no trace of it remains.[5] Welter identifies this with a manuscript chorale collection, the so-called Weimar Tabulaturbuch.[6]
399 [deleted]  

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Formerly thought to be concluding work of set. Now viewed as doubtful.
  2. ^ Found as manuscript copy by Heinrich Nikolaus Gerber, student of Johann Sebastian Bach, dating from 17 April 1716. Now believed to be concluding work of set.
  3. ^ a b van Gelder, Lawrence (September 1, 2006). "Arts, Briefly - Bach Manuscripts Found". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-01-07. 
  4. ^ Welter 1998, 173.
  5. ^ Perreault 2004, 84.
  6. ^ Welter 1998, 128.

References[edit]

  • Bouchard, Antoine. 1998–2001. Liner notes to: Pachelbel: The Complete Organ Works, 11 CD compilation. Dorian.
  • Perreault, Jean M. 2004. The Thematic Catalogue of the Musical Works of Johann Pachelbel. Scarecrow Press, Lanham, Md. ISBN 0-8108-4970-4
  • Tsukamoto, Hideo. 2002. Archive of J.Pachelbel's Works, accessed 1 August 2009.
  • Welter, Kathryn J. 1998. Johann Pachelbel: Organist, Teacher, Composer, A Critical Reexamination of His Life, Works, and Historical Significance. Diss., Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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