1631 in Music
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1631 in Music

The year 1631 in music involved some significant events.



  • Christoph Demantius - Deutsche Passion, nach dem Evangelisten S. Iohanne for six voices (Freiberg: Georg Hoffmann)
  • Melchior Franck
    • Dulces mundani exilii deliciae for two, three, four, five, six, seven, and eight voices with basso continuo (Nuremberg: Wolfgang Endter), a collection of sacred songs
    • Psalmodia sacra for four and five voices (Nuremberg: Wolfgang Endter), a collection of motets
    • Hertzlicher Seufftzer der Christlichen Kirchen in Deutschland for four voices (Coburg: Kaspar Bertsch), a motet of national consolation, setting Psalm 122
  • Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger
    • Missa Urbanae, vol. 1 (Rome: Paolo Masotti)
    • Litaniae Deiparae Virginis, vol. 1 (Rome: Paolo Masotti)
  • Filipe de Magalhães - Book of Masses (Lisbon: Lourenço Craesbeeck)
  • Thomas Morley - an edition of his canzonets.
  • Cornelis Padbrué - Kusjes (collection of madrigals)
  • Giovanni Palazzotto e Tagliavia -- Sacre canzoni musicali..., book three (Messina: Pietro Brea)

Classical music





  1. ^ Frank Hubbard (1967)
  2. ^ Margaret Murata, "Land, Stefano", New Grove Dictionary of Opera, new edition, edited by Stanley Sadie (London: Macmillan Publishers, 1998).

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