1609 in music

The year 1609 in music involved some significant events.

List of years in music (table)

EventsEdit

PublicationsEdit

  • Agostino Agazzari – 6 Psalms, Op. 12 (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Gregor Aichinger
    • Sacrae Dei laudes sub officio divino concinendae... (Dillingen: Adam Meltzer)
    • Teutsche Gesenglein: auss dem Psalter dess H. Propheten Davids... (Dillingen: Adam Meltzer)
    • Quercus dodonea (Augsburg: Johann Praetorius)
  • Giovanni Francesco Anerio – Motets for one, two, and three voices (Rome: Giovanni Battista Robletti)
  • Ludovico BalbiCompletorium for twelve voices in three choirs (Venice: Alessandro Raverii), published posthumously, includes versicles, responsories, hymns, antiphons, and motets for Compline for the entire year
  • Adriano BanchieriGemelli armonici, Op. 21 (Harmonic twins) (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino), a collection of motets for two voices
  • Severo Bonini
    • First book of motets for three voices, Op. 3 (Venice: Alessandro Raverii)
    • Second book of madrigals and motets for solo voices with harpsichord, theorbo, and organ (Florence: Cristofano Marescotti)
  • Bernardino BorlascaScherzi musicali ecclesiastici sopra la cantica for three voices and continuo (Venice: Alessandro Raverii)
  • William BradeNewe außerlesene Paduanen, Galliarden, Canzonen, Allmand und Coranten (Hamburg: Michael Hering), a collection of dance music for five instruments
  • Eustache du CaurroyPreces ecclesiasticae (Church prayers) (Paris: Pierre Ballard), two volumes of sacred music for three to seven voices
  • Antonio Cifra
    • First book of motets for two, three, and four voices (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
    • Second book of motets for two, three, and four voices (Rome: Giovanni Battista Robletti)
    • Third book of motets for two, three, and four voices (Rome: Giovanni Battista Robletti)
    • 7 Psalms for four voices, Op. 7 (Rome: Giovanni Battista Robletti)
    • Fourth book of motets for two, three, and four voices, Op. 8 (Rome: Giovanni Battista Robletti)
  • Camillo Cortellini – Masses for four, five, six, and eight voices with basso continuo (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti)
  • Christoph DemantiusCovivialium concentuum for six voices (Jena: Christoph Lippold for David Kauffmann), a collection of madrigals, canzonettas, and villanelle in German
  • Alfonso Ferrabosco the younger
    • Ayres for one and two voices with lute and bass instrument (London: Thomas Snodham for John Browne)
    • Lessons for 1. 2. and 3. viols (London: Thomas Snodham for John Browne), includes music for staged works by Ben Jonson
  • Giacomo FinettiOmnia in nocte Nativitatis Domini nostri Iesu Christi, quae ad matinum spectant for five voices (Venice: Angelo Gardano), music for Christmas
  • Melchior FranckGratulationes Musicae (Coburg: Justus Hauck), a wedding song
  • Bartholomäus Gesius
    • Melodiae scholasticae sub horarum intervallis decantandae (Frankfurt an der Oder: Friedrich Hartmann)
    • Hymni patrum cum canticis sacris, latinis et germanicis, de praecipuis festis anniversarijs for four voices (Frankfurt an der Oder: Friedrich Hartmann)
    • Psalm 132 for eight voices (Frankfurt an der Oder: Friedrich Hartmann), a graduation motet
    • Psalm 128 for eight voices (Frankfurt an der Oder: Friedrich Hartmann), a wedding motet
  • Sigismondo d'IndiaLe musiche da cantar solo (Milan: Simon Tini & Filippo Lomazzo), songs for solo voice with accompaniment
  • Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger – First book of madrigals for five voices with basso continuo (Rome: Pietro Manelfi)
  • Carolus Luython – First book of masses (Prague: Nicolaus Straus)
  • Tiburtio MassainoQuaerimoniae cum responsoriis infra hebdomadam sanctam concinendae for five voices, Op. 34 (Venice: Alessandro Raverii)
  • Ascanio MayoneSecondo libro di diversi capricci per sonare (Naples: Giovanni Battista Gargano & Lucrezio Nucci), a collection of keyboard music
  • Claudio Merulo – 2 Masses for eight and twelve voices with organ bass (Venice: Angelo Gardano & fratelli), published posthumously
  • Simone Molinaro – Third book of motets for five voices with basso continuo (Venice: Alessandro Raverii)
  • Claudio MonteverdiL'Orfeo (published in Venice; performed in 1607).
  • Johannes NuciusCantionum sacrarum for five and six voices, 2 books (Legnica: Nicolaus Sartorius)
  • Jacopo PeriLe varie musiche for one, two, and three voices (Florence: Cristoforo Marescotti)
  • John WilbyeThe Second Set Of Madrigales To 3. 4. 5. and 6. parts, apt both for Voyals and Voyces
  • Il primo libro de madrigali for five voices and continuo, by members of the Nantermi family

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Opie, Iona; Peter (1997). The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes (2nd ed.). Oxford University Press. p. 306. ISBN 0-19-860088-7.