I’ve not heard this before.
I don’t know why I didn’t think to post a question at the YouTube site, so I’ll do that and see if can get an answer, either from there or here.
I’ve played this- it wa a while back though. I think it’s by Jeremiah Clarke….
I’m pretty sure there is an arrangement of Handel’s Chaconne in Deborah Friou’s Baroque music book.
There is a Chaconne in A minor by Johann Fischer in Maureen Brennan’s To Bend the Knotted Oak.
Wow, so many different arrangements and versions!
A chaconne is a musical form, not the name of a tune:
There are hundreds and thousands of chaconnes.
I played this for Abrsm grade 3 back in the day, and it is by Jeremiah Clarke, hope this helps
That’s right, it’s the Clarke one. It’s in the book Y
Telynor Clasurol (The Classical Harpist) by Christopher Powell.
Also, a song is something you sing. A chaconne is a piece/selection/composition/musical form. If a song
doesn’t have lyrics/words/text it is most typically called