1594 in music

List of years in music (table)

EventsEdit

PublicationsEdit

  • Ippolito Baccusi
    • Psalmi omnes qui in vesperis a Romana Ecclesia decantantur for four voices, books 2 & 3 (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino), also includes a Magnificat
    • First book of madrigals for three voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Girolamo BelliSacrae cantiones cum B. V. cantico (Motets and a Magnificat) for ten voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino), also includes a mass for eight voices
  • Valerio Bona – Masses and motets for three voices (Milan: Francesco & Simon Tini), also includes a Magnificat for six voices
  • Sethus CalvisiusHymni sacri latini et germanici (Sacred hymns in Latin and German) for four voices (Erfurt: Georg Baumann)
  • Giovanni Croce
    • First book of motets for eight voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
    • Novi pensieri musicali (New musical thoughts) for five voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
  • Christoph DemantiusEpithalamium honori nuptiarum Dn. Andreae Goldbeckii cum foemina Anna Christophori Reichij relicta vidua (Leipzig: Zacharias Berwald), a wedding song
  • Scipione Dentice – First book of motets for five voices (Rome: Francesco Coattino)
  • Giovanni Dragoni – Fourth book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
  • Johannes Eccard
    • Epithalamion (Was Gott für hat) for five voices (Königsberg: George Osterberg), a wedding song
    • Dilexi sapientiam for five voices (Königsberg: George Osterberg), a graduation song
  • Carlo Gesualdo
    • First book of madrigals for five voices (Ferrara: Vittorio Baldini)
    • Second book of madrigals for five voices (Ferrara: Vittorio Baldini)
  • Adam GumpelzhaimerNeue Teutsche Geistliche Lieder (New German Sacred Songs) for four voices (Augsburg: Valentin Schönigk)
  • Johannes HeroldHistoria, deß Leidens unnd Sterbens unsers Herrn und Haylandts Jesu Christu auß dem H. Euangelisten Mattheo for six voices (Grätz: Georg Widmanstetter)
  • Paolo IsnardiMissa cum motteto for eight voices (Venice: heirs of Girolamo Scotto)
  • Orlande de Lassus – Motets for six voices (Graz: Georg Widmanstetter)
  • Claude Le Jeune – Airs for four and five voices (Paris: Adrian Le Roy and the widow of R. Ballard)
  • Luzzasco Luzzaschi – Fourth book of madrigals for five voices (Ferrara: Vittorio Baldini)
  • Luca Marenzio – Sixth book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Tiburtio Massaino – Fourth book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Rinaldo del Mel
    • Fifth book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
    • Third book of madrigaletti for three voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Claudio MeruloSacrorum concentuum, book one for eight, ten, twelve, and sixteen voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Philippe de Monte – Eighth book of madrigals for six voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Thomas MorleyMadrigalls To Foure Voyces ... The First Booke (London: Thomas Este)
  • John MundySongs and psalmes composed into 3. 4. and 5. parts (London: Thomas Este)
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
    • Sixth book of masses for four and five voices (Rome: Francesco Coattino)
    • Seventh book of masses for four and five voices (Rome: Francesco Coattino)
  • Andreas RaseliusTeutscher Sprüche auss den sontäglichen Evangeliis durchs gantze Jar, first Evangelienmotetten cycle covering the whole year to be written in the German language

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