Fantasia, in a very slow tempo by Pachelbel, well known to all of us, I think.
This piece was played on the "Lieblicher Flöhten Zug"
in this case
Principal 8. Fuß
Rohr=Fleute 4. Fuß
Sub Baß 16. Fuß
Octaven Baß 8. Fuß
Having played a lot of Spanish music lately, I wondered if Pachelbel by any chance knew about the Tiento de Falsas, that were very popular in Spain.
In this composition there are a few places, that resemble the way Spanish composers handled deliberate dissonants in their works.
But Pietro's remarks about the Italian influences are more to the point imho.
Italian composers influenced lots of Northern musicians in those days and vice versa.