1569 in music

List of years in music (table)
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EventsEdit

  • January – Fabrizio Dentice entered the service of Ottavio Farnese, Duke of Parma as a lutenist
  • July 22 – Lodovico Bassano is appointed to the London-based Bassano recorder consort, retrospectively effective to 29 September 1568.[1]
  • October – Valentin Bakfark, Hungarian lutenist, is arrested on suspicion of involvement in a Hungarian rebellion against his employer, Emperor Maximilian II, but he is quickly released.[2]
  • date unknown – A portrait of Josquin des Prez, possibly painted in his lifetime, is installed as a side panel of a triptych in the church of Ste Gudule, Brussels. It was destroyed a decade later, along with all the other images in the church, by Protestant iconoclasts.[3]

PublicationsEdit

Secular musicEdit

  • Jacques Arcadelt
    • Sixth book of chansons (Paris: Le Roy & Ballard), published posthumously
    • Ninth book of chansons (Paris: Le Roy & Ballard), published posthumously
  • Filippo AzzaioloIl terzo libro delle villotte del fiore alla padoana con alcune napolitanae e bergamasche, for four voices (Venice: Antonio Gardano)
  • Ippolito Chamaterò
    • Il secondo libro delli madrigali, for four voices (Venice: Girolamo Scotto)
    • Il secondo libro delli madrigali, for five voices (Venice: Girolamo Scotto)
    • Il terzo libro delli madrigali, for five voices (Venice: Girolamo Scotto)
    • Il quarto libro delli madrigali, for five voices (Venice: Girolamo Scotto)
  • Giovanni Matteo Faà di Bruno – First book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Antonio Gardano)
  • Giovanni Ferretti – Second book of Canzoni alla napolitana for five voices (Venice: Girolamo Scotto)
  • Giulio Fiesco – First book of Musica nova for five voices (Venice: Antonio Gardano), the first book to set the poetry of Giovanni Battista Guarini
  • Tiburtio Massaino – First book of madrigals for four voices (Venice: Antonio Gardano)
  • Philippe de Monte
    • First book of madrigals for six voices (Venice: Claudio da Correggio)
    • Second book of madrigals for six voices (Venice: Girolamo Scotto)
    • Second book of madrigals for four voices (Venice: Girolamo Scotto)
  • Costanzo Porta – Second book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Antonio Gardano)

Sacred musicEdit

  • Paolo AretinoMagnificat for five voices, book 1 (Venice: Claudio Correggio)
  • Joachim a BurckSymbolum apostolicum, nicenum, et canticum symbolum sanctorum Augustinii et Ambrosii for four voices (Mühlhausen: Georg Hantzsch)
  • Ippolito Chamaterò – First book of masses for five and seven voices (Venice: Girolamo Scotto)
  • Sigmund HemmelDer ganz Psalter Davids for four voices (Tubingen: Ulrich Morharts), a German-language psalter, published posthumously
  • Paolo Isnardi
    • Psalmi omnes ad vesperas per totum annum for four voices (Venice: Antonio Gardano)
    • Psalmi omnes qui ad vesperas for five voices (Venice: heirs of Girolamo Scotto)
  • Orlande de LassusCantiones aliquot for five voices (Munich: Adam Berg), a collection of motets
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da PalestrinaLiber primus motettorum, for five to seven voices, published in Rome

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ David Lasocki, Denis Arnold, and Fabio Ferraccioli, "Bassano: (2) Lodovico Bassano", The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell (London: Macmillan Publishers, 2001).
  2. ^ Peter Király, "Bakfark [Bacfarc, Bakfarc, Bakfarkh, Bakffark] [Greff alias Bakfark, Greff Bakfark], Valentin", The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell (London: Macmillan Publishers, 2001).
  3. ^ Barbara Haggh, "Josquin’s Portrait: New Evidence", in From Ciconia to Sweelinck: Donum natalicium Willem Elders, edited by Albert Clement and Eric Jas (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994): 91–110.