1632 in music

1632 in music

The year 1632 in music involved some significant events.


*Opening of the Teatro delle Quattro Fontane in Rome.


*Claudio Monteverdi - Second book of "scherzi musicali"
*Walter Porter - "Madrigales and Ayres"

Classical music


* Stefano Landi - "Sant'Alessio"


*November 29 - Jean-Baptiste Lully, composer (died 1687)
*"date unknown" - Nicolas-Antoine Lebègue, French harpsichordist (died 1702)


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