1600 in music

The year 1600 in music involved some significant events.

List of years in music (table)

EventsEdit

  • Start of ArtusiMonteverdi controversy, with publication of Artusi's treatise, L'Artusi Ovvero delle Imperfettioni della moderna musica.

PublicationsEdit

  • Agostino Agazzari – First book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Giovanni Francesco AnerioDialogo pastorale al presepio di nostro signore (Rome: Simone Verovio)
  • Giammateo Asola
    • Divinae Dei laudes for two voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
    • Sacro sanctae dei laudes for eight voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Adriano BanchieriIl studio dilettevole (Milan: Giovanni Francesco Besozzi & Co.), the third book of canzonettas for three voices
  • Giulio Belli – First book of Sacrae cantiones for four, five, six, eight, and twelve voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Valerio BonaPsalmi omnes ad vesperas per totum annum (Psalms for all Vespers for the whole year) (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
  • Giulio CacciniEuridice (Florence: Giorgio Marescotti), not premiered until 1602
  • Christoph DemantiusTympanum militare for six voices (Nuremberg: Catharina Dieterich)
  • John DowlandThe Second Booke of Songs or Ayres of 2, 4. and 5. parts, including Flow my Tears (London: Thomas East for Thomas Morley)
  • Giovanni Dragoni – First book of motets for five voices (Rome: Nicolo Mutii), published posthumously
  • Johannes Eccard
    • Epithalamion (Wo Christus wird geladen) for five voices (Königsberg: Georg Osterberger), a wedding song
    • Hochzeits Lied (Nechst Gott auff dieser Erden) for five voices (Königsberg: Georg Osterberger), a wedding song
  • Thomas ElsbethSelectissimae & novae cantiones sacrae for six voices (Frankfurt an der Oder: Friedrich Hartmann)
  • Christian ErbachMode sacri sive cantus musici, Liber Primus for four, five, six, seven, eight, and more voices (Augsburg: Johannes Praetorius)
  • Bartholomäus GesiusPsalmodia choralis (Frankfurt an der Oder: Friedrich Hartmann), a collection of antiphons, responsories, hymns, introits and other mass music
  • Jakob Hassler – Madrigals for six voices (Nuremberg: Paul Kaffmann)
  • Orlande de LassusProphetiae Sibyllarum for four voices (Munich: Nicolaus Heinrich), published posthumously
  • Tiburtio Massaino – First book of masses for eight voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Simone Molinaro – Second book of canzonettas for three voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Philippe de Monte
    • Seventh book of motets for five voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
    • Musica sopra Il pastor fido for six voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano), a collection of canzoni and madrigals
  • Thomas MorleyThe first booke of ayres (London: William Barley)
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (posthumous publications)
    • Tenth book of masses
    • Eleventh book of masses
    • Litaniae deiparae Virginis...
  • Benedetto Pallavicino — Sixth book of madrigals for five voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano)
  • Orfeo Vecchi
    • Hymni totius anni (Hymns for the whole year) for five voices (Milan: heirs of Simon Tini & Giovanni Francesco Besozzi)
    • Falsi bordoni figurati sopra gli otto toni ecclesiastici for four, five, and eight voices (Milan: heirs of Simon Tini & Giovanni Francesco Besozzi), a collection of canticles, hymns, and litanies
  • Thomas WeelkesMadrigals Of 5. and 6. parts, apt for the Viols and voices

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