1596 in music

List of years in music (table)

EventsEdit

PublicationsEdit

  • Agostino Agazzari – First book of madrigals for six voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Felice Anerio – First book of Sacri hymni et cantica (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
  • Ippolito Baccusi
    • Sacrae cantiones psalmi videlicet, et omnia quae ad completorium pertinent for five voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
    • Missae tres tum viva voce tum omni instrumentorum genere cantatu commodissimae (3 Masses fit for both living voices and instruments of all types) for eight voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Adriano Banchieri – Second book of Canzoni alla francese for four voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Girolamo Belli – First book of canzonettas for four voices (Ferrara: Vittorio Baldini)
  • Giulio BelliPsalmi ad vesperas in totius anni solemnitatibus for eight voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano), a collection of Psalms for Vespers, also includes two Magnificats
  • Aurelio Bonelli – First book of villanelle for three voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Giovanni Croce
    • Masses for eight voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
    • First book of masses for five voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
    • Salmi che si cantano a Terza, con l'inno Te Deum, & i salmi Benedictus e Miserere for eight voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti), containing psalms for Terce
    • Li sette sonetti penitenziali (The seven penitential sonnets) for six voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti), settings of the seven penitential psalms in sonnet form, translated by Giovanni Francesco Bembo
  • Christoph Demantius – Joel, chapter 2 verse 12 for five voices (Nuremberg: Paul Kauffman)
  • Scipione Dentice – Second book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Johannes Eccard
    • XX. Odae sacrae: Ludovici Helmboldi (Twenty sacred odes by Ludwig Helmbold) (Mühlhausen: Hieronymous Reinhard)
    • Epithalamium (Wer Gottes Wort mit Fleis betracht) for six voices (Königsberg: Georg Osterberger), a wedding song
    • Harmonia musica (Cui virtutis amans) for eight voices (Königsberg: Georg Osterberger), a wedding song
    • Hochzeit Lied (Wo fern ein Eh gerathen soll) for five voices (Königsberg: Georg Osterberger), a wedding song
    • Harmonia (Casta Leonhardo ...) for six voices (Königsberg: Georg Osterberger), a wedding song
  • Stefano Felis – Fourth book of motets for five, six, and eight voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
  • Andrea Gabrieli – Third book of ricercari (Venice: Angelo Gardano), published posthumously
  • Jacobus GallusMoralia for five, six, and eight voices (Nuremberg: Alexander Philipp Dieterich), published posthumously
  • Bartholomäus GesiusNovae melodiae harmonicis for five voices (Frankfurt an der Oder: Friedrich Hartmann)
  • Carlo Gesualdo – Fourth book of madrigals for five voices (Ferrara: Vittorio Baldini)
  • Hans Leo Hassler
    • Neüe teüsche Gesäng nach Art der welschen Madrigalien und Canzonetten for four, five, six, and eight voices (Augsburg: Valentin Schönigk)
    • Madrigals for five, six, seven, and eight voices (Augsburg: Valentin Schönigk)
  • Luzzasco Luzzaschi – Sixth book of madrigals for five voices (Ferrara: Vittorio Baldini)
  • Giovanni de Macque – First book of motets for five, six, and eight voices (Rome: Nicolo Mutii)
  • Tiburtio Massaino – Second book of motets for six voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Johannes MatelartResponsoria, antiphoniae et hymni for four and five voices (Rome: Nicolo Mutii)
  • Philippe de Monte – First book of motets for four voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Peter Philips – First book of madrigals for six voices (Antwerp: Pierre Phalèse)
  • Orfeo VecchiPsalmi integri in totius anni solemnitatibus (Complete psalms for all the solemnities of the year) (Milan: heirs of Francesco and Simon Tini)

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