1620-29

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* = approximate date

1620

Feb 8

  • Filippo Vitali’s opera L’Aretusa [the Arethusa], lib. Ottavio Corsini, premiered in Rome

Mar 1

  • Thomas Campion (53) dies in London, possibly of the plague

Mar 25

  • Johannes Nucius (c. 64) dies near Strzelce Opolskie, Poland

May 18

  • Francesco Cavalli appointed as organist at the church of SS Giovanni e Paolo, Venice

Jun 26

  • Michelangelo Rossi appointed second organist at San Lorenzo cathedral, Genoa

Sep 6

  • Isabella Leonarda born (Novara, Italy) Italian composer of sacred music, Ursuline nun. Died 1704

Aug 2

  • Carolus Luython (c. 63) dies in Prague

Nov

  • Alessandro Grandi appointed Claudio Monteverdi’s assistant at St Mark’s, Venice, a position he holds until 1627

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  • *Giovanni Battista Granata born (Turin) Italian guitarist, composer, barber-surgeon. Died 1687
  • *Girolamo Belli (c. 68) dies in Argenta, Italy
  • *Pierre Guédron (c.50) dies in Paris
  • Joachim van den Hove (c.53) dies in Den Haag

publications

  • Adriano Banchieri’s Primo libro delle messe e motetti published in Venice
  • Manuel Rodrigues Coelho’s Flores de musica pera o instrumento de tecla & harpa published in Lisbon, the earliest surviving Portuguese keyboard music in print
  • Orlando Gibbons’s Fantasias published in London
  • Pierre Guédron’s 5e livre d’airs de cour published in Paris
  • Stefano Landi’s Arie for solo voice and accompaniment published in Venice
  • Martin Peerson’s Private Musicke or The First Booke of Ayres and Dialogues published in London
  • Claudio Saracini’s Le seconde musiche & Le terze musische for solo voice and accompaniment published in Venice
  • Samuel Scheidt’s Cantiones sacrae published in Hamburg
  • Erasmus Widmann’s Ein schöner newer Ritterlicher Auffzug von Kampff und Streyt zwischen Concordia und Discordia published in Rothenburg

Alessandro Grandi 1586-1630

1621

Feb 15

  • Michael Praetorius (50) dies in Wolfenbüttel on his 50th birthday

Mar 5

  • Heinrich Schütz’s des Glückwündschung Apollinis Musen und der neun [the luck of Apollo and the five muses] for voices, percussion and 12 cornets premiered in Dresden

Mar 28

  • Heinrich Schwemmer born (Gumpertshausen bei Hallburg, Germany) German composer, singing teacher. Died 1696
  • Ottavio Rinuccini (59) dies in Florence

May 25

  • Claudio Monteverdi’s Requiem Mass premiered in Venice

Jun 21

  • Kryštof Harant (c. 57) beheaded in Prague for treason after taking part in a protestant uprising during the Thirty Years War

Jul 14

  • Edmund Hooper (c.68) dies in London

Jul 19

  • Francesco Soriano (c. 72) dies in Rome

Aug 3

  • Ben Jonson’s masque The Gypsies Metamorphosed premiered in Burley with music by Nicholas Lanier (further stagings occurred at Belvoir and Windsor castles in August and September)

Aug 23

  • Antonio il Verso (c.52) dies in Palermo

Oct 16

  • Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (59) dies in Amsterdam

Nov 3

  • Heinrich Schütz’s motet En novus Elysiis [here is a new Elysium] premiered in Wroclaw

Nov 30

  • Francesco Rasi (47) dies

Dec 7

  • John Parsons appointed organist and choirmaster at Westminster Abbey, London

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  • *Albertus Bryne aka Albert Bryan born (London) English composer, organist, harpsichord player, teacher. Organist at St Paul’s (1638-49, 1660-66) and Westminster Abbey (1666-68). Died 1668
  • *Jan Křtitel Tolar born (Ljubljana) Czech composer. Died 1673
  • *Giulio Belli (c. 60) dies in Imola

publications

  • John Adson’s Courtly Masquing Ayres published in London
  • William Brade’s collection of dance pieces Newe lustige Volten, Couranten, Balletten, Padoanen, Galliarden, Masqueraden, auch allerley arth newer frantzösischer Täntze published in Berlin
  • Dario Castello’s Sonate Concertate Libro I published in Venice
  • Melchior Franck’s Newes Teutsches Musicalisches Fröliches Convivium published in Coburg
  • Duarte Lobo’s Liber Missarum I published in Antwerp
  • Michael Praetorius’s Puericinium (part 3 of Polyhymnia) published in Frankfurt
  • Samuel Scheidt’s instrumental collection Paduana, galliarda, courante, alemande, intrada, canzonetto, ut vocant, in gratiam musices studiosorum, potissimum violistarum published in Hamburg
  • Johann Schein’s song collection Musica boscareccia published in Leipzig
  • Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck’s Livre quatriesme et conclusionnal des pseaumes de David, nouvellement mis en musique published in Haarlem
  • Giovanni Valentini’s Musica di camera, libro quartoMissae quatuorMessa, Magnificat et Jubilate Deo & Musiche a doi voci published in Venice
Ben Jonson (1572-1637)

Ben Jonson (1572-1637)

1622

Jan 6

  • Ben Jonson’s The Masque of Augurs premiered in London, with sets by Inigo Jones and music by Alfonso Ferrabasco & Nicholas Lanier

Jan 15

  • Molière aka Jean-Baptiste Poquelin born (Paris) French playwright, actor, librettist. Died 1673

Feb 2

  • Giovanni Battista da Gagliano & Francesca Caccini’s opera Il martirio di Sant’Agata [the martyrdom of St Agatha] premiered in Florence. Lib. J. Cicognini

Feb 11

  • Alfonso Fontanelli (64) dies in Rome following an insect bite

May 17

  • Orlando Gibbons appointed doctor of music at the University of Oxford

Sep 30

  • Johann Sebastiani born (Weimar) German composer, cantor, choirmaster. Died 1683

Oct 26

  • Sebastián de Vivanco (c.71) dies in Salamanca

Dec 13

  • Johannes Vodnianus Campanus (49) dies in Prague

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  • Ercole Bernabei born (Caprarola, Italy) Italian composer, organist. Died 1687
  • *Matthew Locke born (Devon) English composer, Music theorist, singer. Died 1677
  • Gaspar de Verlit born (Brussels) Flemish composer, singer, choirmaster. Died 1682
  • Gian Paolo Cima (c. 52) dies
  • *Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi (c. 72) dies (some sources claim 1609 as the date)
  • Jakob Hassler (52) dies in Prague

publications

  • Adriano Banchieri’s song collection Vivezze di flora e primavera op.44 published in Venice & treatise Cantorino utile a novizzi published in Bologna
  • Melchior Franck’s Laudes Dei vespertinae published in Coburg
  • Salamone Rossi’s Il quinto libro de madrigali for 5 voices & instrumental collection Il quarto libro de varie sonate, sinfonie, gagliarde, brandi e corrente published in Venice
  • Samuel Scheidt’s Pars prima concertuum sacrorum & instrumental collection Ludorum musicorum secunda pars continens paduan, galliard, alemand, canzon, et intrad published in Hamburg
  • Thomas Tomkins’s collection of 28 madrigals Songs of 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts published in London
  • Lodovico Zacconi’s Prattica di Musica II published in Venice

The Martyrdom of Saint Agatha by Sebastiano del Piombo (1485–1547)

1623

Jan 28

  • Heinrich Schütz’s Grimmige Gruft, so hast du dann [grim tomb, thou hast then] premiered at the funeral of Duchess Sophia of Saxony in Freiberg

Feb 3

  • Marco da Gagliano’s ballo Le fonti d’Ardenna [the sources of the Ardennes] premiered in Florence. Lib. A. Salvadori

May 4

  • Asprilio Pacelli (c. 52) dies in Warsaw

Jul 4

  • William Byrd (c. 80) dies in Stondon Massey, Essex

Jul 6

  • Jacopo Melani born (Pistoia, Italy) Italian composer, violinist, organist, choirmaster. Composer of 10 operas. Brother of Alessandro Melani (1639-1703). Died 1676

Aug 5

  • Antonio Cesti baptised (Arezzo, Italy) Italian composer of 11 operas, tenor singer, organist. Died 1669

Dec 1

  • Thomas Weelkes (47) dies in London

Dec 17

  • The Teatro del Pubblico in Bologna is destroyed by fire

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  • John Playford born (Norwich) English music publisher, bookseller. Died c.1687
  • *Johann Heinrich Schmelzer born (Vienna) Austrian composer, violinist, choirmaster. Died 1680
  • *Juan Esquivel Barahona (c. 63) dies in Ciudad Rodrigo, Spain
  • Giovanni Bernardino Nanino (c. 63) dies in Rome
  • *Jakob Paix (c. 67) dies in Hilpoltstein, Germany

publications

  • Melchior Franck’s Gemmulae evangeliorum musicae; Newes liebliches musicalisches Lustgärtlein & Vierzig newe deutzsche lustige musicalische Täntze published in Coburg
  • Johannes Kapsberger’s Libro IV de villanelle for 1 to 3 voices and guitar & Libro II di arie passeggiate for 1 or 2 voices and accompaniment published in Rome
  • Claudio Monteverdi’s Lamento d’Arianna published in Venice
  • Johann Nauwach’s book of solo madrigals Arie passegiate published in Dresden
  • Alessandro Piccinini’s lute book Intavolatura di Liuto et di Chitarrone published in Bologna
  • Salamone Rossi’s instrumental collection Il terzo libro de varie sonate, sinfonie, gagliarde, brandi e corrente published in Venice
  • Johann Schein’s Fontana d’Israel, Israelis Brünlein, auserlesener Krafft-Sprüchlin altes und newen Testaments published in Leipzig
  • Heinrich Schütz’s Historia der frölichen und siegreichen Aufferstehung published in Dresden
  • Jean Titelouze’s collection Hymnes de l’Eglise published in Paris
  • Lucrezia Orsina Vizzana’s Componimenti musicali de motetti concertati published in Venice

Lucrezia Vizzana – Componimenti Musicali (Linn)

1624

Feb 4

  • Vicente Espinel (73) dies in Madrid

Mar 21

  • François Roberday baptised (Paris) French composer, organist, goldsmith. Died 1680

Jun 16

  • René Ouvrard born (Chinon, France) French priest, composer, writer. Maître de chapelle at the cathedrals of Bordeaux, Narbonne and Sainte-Chapelle, Paris. Died 1694

Sep 15

  • Francesco Provenzale baptised (Naples) Italian composer, teacher, choirmaster. Died 1704

Oct 6

  • Marco da Gagliano’s sacred drama La regina Sant’Orsola [Queen Ursula] premiered in Florence. Lib. A. Salvadori

Oct

  • Marcantonio Negri (c. 45) dies in Veglia, Italy

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  • *Giovanni Andrea Bontempi aka Giovanni Andrea Angelini born (Perugia) Italian composer, castrato singer, choirmaster, writer. Died 1705
  • Costanzo Antegnati (c.75) dies
  • Claudio Monteverdi’s Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda for 3 voices and orchestra composed (published 1638 in the 8th madrigal book)

publications

  • Michael East’s The Sixth Set of Bookes, wherein are Anthemes for Versus and Chorus, apt for Viols and Voyces published in London
  • Girolamo Frescobaldi’s keyboard collection Il primo libro di capricci fatti sopra diversi soggetti et arie in partitura (12 pieces) published in Rome
  • Johannes Kapsberger’s Poematia et carmina liber I for 1 voice and accompaniment published in Rome
  • Stefano Landi’s Psalmi integri published in Rome
  • Tarquinio Merula’s Il primo libro de motetti e sonate concertati; Il primo libro de madrigaletti & Il primo libro de madrigali concertati published in Venice
  • Francis Pilkington’s The Second Set of Madrigals and Pastorals published in London
  • Claudio Saracini’s Le quinte musiche & Le seste musische for solo voice and accompaniment published in Venice
  • Samuel Scheidt’s three collections of organ works Tabulatura nova; Pars secunda & III published in Hamburg
  • Johann Schein’s song collection Diletti pastorali, Hirten Lust published in Leipzig
  • Johann Ulrich Steigleder’s organ collection Ricercar tabulatura published in Stuttgart
  • Erasmus Widmann’s Ander Theil neuer musicalischer Kurtzweil published in Nuremberg

Samuel Scheidt 1587-1654

1625

Jan 7

  • Ruggiero Giovannelli (c. 65) dies in Rome

Jan 13

  • Paul Auget appointed superintendent of the music of the king’s chamber in Paris

Feb 3

  • Francesca Caccini’s opera La liberazione di Ruggiero [The Liberation of Ruggiero] premiered in Florence. lib. Ferdinando Saracinelli

Jun 5

  • Orlando Gibbons (41) dies in Canterbury of ‘apoplexy’ (probably a brain haemorrhage)

Jul 5

  • Cornelis Verdonck (c. 62) dies in Eindhoven

Jul 19

  • Heinrich Schütz’s Gutes und Barmherzigkeit werden mir folgen premiered at a funeral in Leipzig

Aug 15

  • Heinrich Schütz’s Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt premiered at a funeral in Dresden

Nov 5

  • Bernhard Schmid the younger (58) dies in Strasbourg

Dec 24

  • Johann Rudolf Ahle born (Mühlhausen, Germany) German composer, organist, music theorist, town councillor and mayor of Mühlhausen . Died 1673

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  • *John Banister born (London) English composer, violinist. Died 1679
  • Pietro Cerone (c. 59) dies in Naples
  • *Paul Peuerl (c.55) dies

publications

  • Adriano Banchieri’s Dialoghi, concerti, sinfonie, e canzoni & treatises Il principiante fanciullo op.46 & La sampogna musicale published in Venice
  • Melchior Franck’s instrumental collection Newes musicalisches Opusculum published in Coburg
  • Heinrich Schütz’s Cantiones sacrae op.4 published in Freiberg
  • Giovanni Valentini’s Il quinto libro de madrigali & Sacri concerti published in Venice

Francesca Caccini 1587-1641

1626

Feb 12

  • Domenico Mazzocchi’s opera La catena d’Adone premiered in Rome. Lib. Ottavio Tronsarelli

Feb 17

  • Paolo Agostini succeeds Vincenzo Ugolini as maestro di cappella at the Cappella Giulia, St Peter’s, Rome

Feb 20

  • John Dowland (c. 63) buried in London

Mar 30

  • Atto Melani born (Pistoia, Italy) Italian castrato singer, diplomat, spy. Brother of Jacopo Melani (1623-76) and Alessandro Melani (1639-1703). Died 1714

May 17

  • Joan Pau Pujol (55) dies in Barcelona

May 21

  • Wolfgang Carl Briegel born (Königsberg, Germany) German composer, organist, Kappelmeister, schoolteacher, singer. Died 1712

Jul 11

  • Nicholas Lanier appointed the first Master of the King’s Music by Charles I at an annual salary of £200

Aug 12

  • Giovanni Legrenzi born (Bergamo) Italian composer, organist, teacher. Author of 17 published collections, 19 operas and 13 oratorios. Died 1690

Sep 22

  • Marco da Gagliano’s sacred drama La storia di Judit premiered in Florence. Lib. A. Salvadori

Oct 9

  • John Ferrabosco baptised (London) English composer. Organist at Ely cathedral from 1662. Son of Alfonso Ferrabasco II (1575-1628). Died 1682

Nov 3

  • Henry Lawes appointed Gentleman of the Chapel Royal in London

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  • *Louis Couperin born (Chaumes-en-Brie, France) French composer, harpsichordist, organist, viol player. Uncle of François Couperin (1668-1733). Died 1661
  • Johann Hans Bach I dies in Wechmar, Germany. Birth date unknown, c. 1550. German baker, carpetmaker, fiddle player. Son of Veit Bach, father of Johannes Hans Bach (1604-73), Christoph Bach (1613-61) and Heinrich Bach (1615-92). Great-grandfather of JS Bach
  • John Coprario (c. 50) dies in London
  • *John Danyel (c.51) dies
  • Giovanni Priuli (c. 50) dies in Neunkirchen district, Austria

publications

  • Francisco Correa de Arauxo’s collection of organ pieces with theoretical treatise Libro de tientos published in Alcalá, Spain
  • Adriano Banchieri’s song & instrumental collection Il virtuoso ritrovo academico op.49 published in Venice
  • Giovanni Battista Buonamente’s Il quarto libro de varie de sonate, sinfonie, gagliarde, corrente, e brandi published in Venice
  • Carlo Farina’s collection of violin works Libro delle pavane, gagliarde, brand: mascharata, aria franzesa, volte, balletti, sonate, canzone published in Dresden
  • Johannes Kapsberger’s collection of works for chitarrone Libro III d’intavolatura di chitarrone published in Rome (lost)
  • Biagio Marini’s Sonate, symphonie…e retornelli op.8 published in Venice
  • Tarquinio Merula’s Satiro e Corisca dialogo musicale published in Venice
  • Johann Schein’s Opella nova, ander Theil, geistlicher Concerten & song collections Musica boscareccia Ander Theil & Studenten-Schmauss published in Leipzig
  • Jean Titelouze’s collection of organ music, Le Magnificat, published in Paris

Francisco Correa de Arauxo 1584-1654

1627

Jan 13

  • Tarquinio Merula appointed maestro di cappella of Cremona cathedral

Mar 23

  • Lodovico Zacconi (71) dies near Pesaro, Italy

Apr 9

  • Johann Kaspar Kerll born (Adorf, Germany) German composer, organist. Kappelmeister at the court in Munich and court musician in Vienna. Composer of 11 operas, now all lost. Died 1693

Apr 13

  • Heinrich Schütz’s opera Dafne premiered in Torgau, Germany. Lib. Martin Opitz after Ottavio Rinuccini. The first German opera, now lost.

May 2

  • Lodovico Grossi da Viadana (c. 66) dies in Gualtieri, Italy

May 5

  • Domenico Belli buried in Florence. Birth and death dates unknown. Italian composer

Jul 3

  • Luigi Rossi marries harpist Costanza de Ponte in Rome

Aug 21

  • Jacques Mauduit (59) dies in Paris

Nov 16

  • Erasmus Finx aka Erasmus Francisci born (Lübeck) German hymnwriter, author, publisher, lawyer. Died 1694

Nov 30

  • Pedro Ruimonte (c. 62) dies in Zaragoza

Dec 16

  • Sebastian Aguilera de Heredia (66) dies in Zaragoza

Dec

  • Thomas Lupo the elder (56) dies in London

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  • *Nicolas Gigault born (Paris) French composer, organist. Composer of two published collections of organ works. Died 1707
  • Ascanio Mayone (c. 62) dies in Naples

publications

  • Giovanni Battista Abbatessa’s collection of guitar pieces Corona di vaghi fiori published in Florence
  • Adriano Banchieri’s treatise Conclusiones de musica in organo modulanda published in Bologna
  • Carlo Farina’s collections of violin works Ander Theil newer Paduanen, Gagliarden, Couranten, französischen Arien (including his Capriccio stravagante) & Il terzo libro delle pavane, gagliarde, brand: mascherata, arie franzese, volte, corrente, sinfonie published in Dresden
  • Melchior Franck’s instrumental collection Deliciae convivales published in Coburg
  • Girolamo Frescobaldi’s keyboard collection Il secondo libro … di cembalo et organo (39 pieces) & motet collection Liber secundus diversarum modulationum (32 pieces) published in Rome
  • John Hilton’s Ayres, or fa la’s for three voyces published in London
  • Johannes Kapsberger’s Coro musicale for 1 to 5 voices and accompaniment published in Rome
  • Stefano Landi’s Il secondo libro d’arie musicali for solo voice and accompaniment published in Rome
  • Pietro Millioni and Lodovico Monte’s Vero e facil modo d’imparare a sonare, a collection of songs for the guitar, published in Venice
  • Samuel Scheidt’s instrumental collection Ludorum musicorum quarta pars published in Hamburg
  • Johann Schein’s Cantional oder Gesangbuch Augspurgischer Confession published in Leipzig
  • Johann Ulrich Steigleder’s Tabulatur Buch published in Stuttgart
  • Erasmus Widmann’s Libellus antiphona, hymnos, responsoria published in Rothenburg

Stefano Landi 1587-1639

1628

Jan 1

  • Christoph Bernhard born (Kołobrzeg, Poland) German composer, theorist, singer. Kappelmeister in Dresden from 1680 until his death. Died 1692

Jan 21

  • Gregor Aichinger (c. 63) dies in Augsburg

Mar 11

  • Alfonso Ferrabosco the younger (c. 52) buried in Greenwich

Mar 15

  • John Bull (62) dies in Antwerp

Apr 2

  • Constantin Christian Dedekind born (Reinsdorf, Germany) German poet, composer, bass singer, violinist, librettist. Died 1715

Jun

  • Thomas Simpson (46) dies in Copenhagen

Jul 3

  • Anne Chabanceau de La Barre born (Paris) French soprano singer. Sister of Joseph Chabanceau de La Barre (1633-78). Died 1688

Jul 5

  • Michael Cavendish (c. 63) dies

Sep 24

  • Orazio Benevoli’s Missa Salisburgensis for seven choirs premiered at the consecration of Salzburg cathedral

Oct 14

  • Jacopo Peri & Marco da Gagliano’s opera La Flora premiered in Florence. Lib. A. Salvadori

Nov 16

  • Paolo Quagliati (c. 73) dies in Rome

Nov

  • Girolamo Frescobaldi appointed organist at the Medici court, Florence

Dec 21

  • Samuel Capricornus born (Žerčice, Czech Rep) Czech composer, teacher. Died 1665

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  • *Robert Cambert born (Paris) French composer, organist. Composer of Pomone, considered the first French language opera. Died 1677
  • Gustaf Düben born (Stockholm) Swedish organist, composer. Director of the Royal Swedish Court Orchestra from 1663. Son of Andreas Düben (1597-1662). Died 1690
  • Peter Philips (c. 68) dies in Brussels
  • Nicholas Lanier’s musical setting of Christopher Marlowe’s Hero and Leander performed – considered by some to be the first English language opera

publications

  • Carlo Farina’s collections of violin works Il quarto libro delle pavane, gagliarde, balletti, volte, passamezi, sonate, canzon & Fünffter Theil newer Pavanen, Brand: Mascharaden, Balletten, Sonaten published in Dresden
  • Melchior Franck’s Rosetulum musicum & Sacri convivii musica sacra published in Coburg & Cythera ecclesiastica et scholastica published in Nuremberg
  • Girolamo Frescobaldi’s instrumental collection In partitura, il primo libro delle canzoni (38 pieces) published in Rome
  • Johannes Kapsberger’s Cantiones sacrae published in Rome
  • Stefano Landi’s Missa in benedictione nuptiarum published in Rome
  • Tarquinio Merula’s Libro secondo de concerti spirituali con alcune sonate published in Venice
  • Peter Philips’s Paradisus sacris cantionibus consitus, una, duabus et tribus vocibus decantantis published in Antwerp
  • Salamone Rossi’s Madrigaletti per cantar a due soprani o tenori op.13 published in Venice
  • Johann Schein’s song collection Musica boscareccia Dritter Theil published in Leipzig
  • Heinrich Schütz’s Psalmen Davids op.5 published in Freiberg
lanier

Nicholas Lanier – Hero and Leander (Metronome)

1629

Jan 13

  • Lelio Colista born (Rome) Italian composer, lutenist. Died 1680

Jan 27

  • Hieronymus Praetorius (68) dies in Hamburg

Mar 8

  • Johannes Caioni born (Căianu Mic, Romania) Romanian Franciscan monk, writer, musician, composer, organ builder. Died 1687

Apr 1

  • Jean-Henri d’Anglebert born (Bar-le-Duc, France) French composer, harpsichordist, organist. Died 1691

Apr 19

  • *Sigismondo d’India (c. 46) dies in Modena

Jul 31

  • Johann Jacob Löwe baptised (Vienna) Austrian composer, organist. Died 1703.

Sep 3

  • Mary Dering née Harvey born (Croydon) English composer. Wrote the first published works by a woman in England. Died 1704

Sep 5

  • Domenico Allegri (c. 45) dies in Rome

Oct 2

  • Antonio Cifra (c. 45) dies in Loreto, Italy

Dec 15

  • Giacomo Carissimi appointed maestro di cappella of the Collegio Germanico e Hungarico, Rome, a post he holds until his death in 1674

Dec

  • Gregorio Allegri becomes a member of the Sistine Chapel choir

unk

  • Paolo Agostino (c. 46) dies in Rome
  • Girolamo Giacobbi (c.62) dies in Bologna

publications

  • Dario Castello’s Sonate Concertate Libro II published in Venice
  • Melchior Franck’s Prophetia evangelica & Votiva columbae sionea suspiria published in Coburg
  • Heinrich Schütz’s Symphoniae sacrae op.6 published in Venice
  • Erasmus Widmann’s Piorum suspiria published in Nuremberg

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