A Timeline of Early Baroque Music A Timeline of Early Baroque Music A Timeline of Early Baroque Music A Timeline of Early Baroque Music A Timeline of Early Baroque Music
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GREGORIUS XIII
(Ugo Boncompagni, 13 May 1572 – 10 Apr. 1585)
XYSTUS V
(Felice Peretti di Montalto, 24 Apr. 1585 – 27 Aug. 1590)
UR
BA
NUS VII
GREGORIUS
XIV
INNO
CEN
TIUS
IX
CLEMENS VIII
(Ippolito Aldobrandini, 30 Jan. 1592 – 3 March 1605)
CLEMENS VIII
(Ippolito Aldobrandini, 30 Jan. 1592 – 3 March 1605)
CLEMENS VIII
(Ippolito Aldobrandini, 30 Jan. 1592 – 3 March 1605)
LEO
XI
PAULUS V
(Camillo Borghese, 16 May 1605 – 28 Jan. 1621)
PAULUS V
(Camillo Borghese, 16 May 1605 – 28 Jan. 1621)
PAULUS V
(Camillo Borghese, 16 May 1605 – 28 Jan. 1621)
GREGORIUS XV
(Alessandro Ludovisi, 9 Feb. 1621 – 8 Jul. 1623)
URBANUS VIII
(6 Aug. 1623 – 29 Jul. 1644)

♦ L. Marenzio, Madrigals I

♥ M. Gagliano

♥ S. d’India (?)

♦ C. Monteverdi, Sacrae cantiunculae

♥ G. Frescobaldi

♦ C. Monteverdi, Madrigali spirituale

♥ A. Cifra

♦ L. Marenzio, Villanelle I

♦ C. Monteverdi, Canzonette

♥ A. Grandi

♥ S. Landi

♦ L. Marenzio, Villanelle IV

♥ C. Saracini

♥ F. Caccini

♦ G. Gabrieli, Concerti per voci et stromenti

♦ L. Marenzio, Villanelle III

♦ C. Monteverdi, Madrigali I

La Pellegrina

♦ S. Rossi, Canzonette

♦ C. Monteverdi, Madrigali II

♦ C. Monteverdi, Madrigali III

♥ D. Mazzochi

Il Transilvano

♥ B. Marini

♦ A. Banchieri, Canzoni alla francese II

Ferrara seized by Papal States

♦ G. Gabrieli, Sacrae symphoniae I

♥ V. Mazzochi

♦ J. Peri, Dafne

♥ L. Rossi (?)

♦ A. Banchieri, Pazzia senile

♦ L. Marenzio, Madrigali IX

♦ G. Caccini, Euridice

♦ E. Cavalieri, Rappresentatione di anima e di cuerpo

♦ J. Peri, Euridice

♦ S. Rossi, Madrigali I; Madrigali II

♦ L. Luzzaschi, Madrigali per cantare e sonare

♦ G. Caccini, Nuove musiche I

† E. Cavalieri

♥ F. Cavalli

♦ L. Viadana, Concerti ecclesiastici

♦ C. Gesualdo, Sacrae cantiones

♦ C. Monteverdi, Madrigali IV

♦ G. Kapsberger, Intavolatura di chitarrone I

† C. Merulo

♦ A. Banchieri, Organo suonarino

♥ G. Carissimi

♦ C. Monteverdi, Madrigali V

Venetian Interdict

♦ A. Agazzari, Eumelio

♦ S. India, Madrigali I

† L. Luzzaschi

♦ C. Monteverdi, Arianna; Orfeo; Scherzi musicale

♦ S. Rossi, Sinfonie e gagliarde I

♦ A. Banchieri, Festino nella sera

♦ A. Cifra, Madrigali II

♦ G. Frescobaldi, Fantasie I; Madrigali I

♦ G. Gabrieli, Canzoni per sonare

♦ M. da Gagliano, Dafne; Madrigals V

♦ C. Monteverdi, Ballo delle ingrate

♦ G. Kapsberger, Madrigali I

♦ J. Peri, Varie musiche I

♦ G. Cima, Concerti ecclesiastici

♦ G. Kapsberger, Villanelle

♦ C. Monteverdi, Missa et vesperae B.V.M.

♦ G. Kapsberger, Intavolatura di lauto

♦ G. Kapsberger, Arie passeggiate I; Mottetti passeggiati

† G. Gabrieli

† C. Gesualdo

♦ G. Caccini, Nuove musiche II

♦ A. Grandi, Motetti a 5 voci

† G. Macque

♦ G. Frescobaldi, Toccate e partite I

♦ G. Gabrieli, Symphoniae Sacrae II

♦ C. Monteverdi, Tirsi & Clori

♦ M. da Gagliano, Madrigals VI

† G. Caccini

♦ G. Kapsberger, Villanelle II; Villanelle III

♦ S. Landi, Morte d’Orfeo

♦ C. Monteverdi, Madrigali VII

♦ J. Peri, Varie musiche II

♦ C. Saracini, Seconde musiche; Terze musiche

♦ G. Kapsberger, Apotheosis sive Ignatii & Xaverii

♦ G. Kapsberger, Arie passeggiate II; Villanelle IV

♦ G. Frescobaldi, Capricci I

♦ A. Grandi, Motetti a una e due II

♦ A. Grandi, Motetti a una e due I

♦ D. Mazzocchi, Catena d’Adone

♦ G. Frescobaldi, Toccate e partite II

† L. Viadana

♦ G. Frescobaldi, Canzoni I

♦ M. da Gagliano, Flora

Plague of Milan
1631 ⇒

† G. Fontana

♦ G. Kapsberger, Arie passeggiate III; Villanelle V

† S. Rossi

HENRI III
(Valois, 30 May 1572 – 2 Aug. 1589)
HENRI III
(Valois, 30 May 1572 – 2 Aug. 1589)
HENRI IV
(Bourbon, 2 Aug. 1589 – 14 May 1610)
HENRI IV
(Bourbon, 2 Aug. 1589 – 14 May 1610)
HENRI IV
(Bourbon, 2 Aug. 1589 – 14 May 1610)
HENRI IV
(Bourbon, 2 Aug. 1589 – 14 May 1610)
LOUIS XIII
(Bourbon, 14 May 1610 – 14 May 1643)
LOUIS XIII
(Bourbon, 14 May 1610 – 14 May 1643)
LOUIS XIII
(Bourbon, 14 May 1610 – 14 May 1643)
LOUIS XIII
(Bourbon, 14 May 1610 – 14 May 1643)

Ballet comique de la royne

♥ A. Boësset

♥ G. Bouzignac

♥ M. Mersenne

Parliament of Tours
1594 ⇒

Parliament of Tours
⇐ 1589

♥ D. Gaultier (?)

Edict of Nantes

♥ J. Chambonnières (?)

Québec ⇒

Marie de Médici exiled
1621 ⇒

† P. Guédron (?)

Marie de Médici exiled
⇐ 1617

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RUDOLF II
(Habsburg, 12 Oct. 1576 – 20 Jan. 1612)
RUDOLF II
(Habsburg, 12 Oct. 1576 – 20 Jan. 1612)
RUDOLF II
(Habsburg, 12 Oct. 1576 – 20 Jan. 1612)
RUDOLF II
(Habsburg, 12 Oct. 1576 – 20 Jan. 1612)
RUDOLF II
(Habsburg, 12 Oct. 1576 – 20 Jan. 1612)
MATTHIAS
(Habsburg, 13 Jun. 1612 – 20 Mar. 1619)
FERDINAND II
(Habsburg, 28 Aug. 1619 – 15 Feb. 1637)
FERDINAND II
(Habsburg, 28 Aug. 1619 – 15 Feb. 1637)

♥ H. Schütz

♥ J. Schein

♥ S. Scheidt

Long War
1606 ⇒

♦ H. Hassler, Madrigali

♦ H. Hassler, Missae

♦ H. Hassler, Kirchengesänge; Lustgarten

♦ M. Praetorius, Teutsche Liedlein

Long War
⇐ 1593

♦ H. Hassler, Psalmen und christliche Gesäng

♦ H. Hassler, Psalmen simpliciter

♦ H. Schütz, Madrigali I

† H. Hassler

♦ M. Praetorius, Terpsichore

♦ M. Praetorius, Syntagma Musicum I

♦ J. Schein, Banchetto musicale

Thirty Years’ War
1648 ⇒

♦ M. Praetorius, Syntagma Musicum II

♦ M. Praetorius, Polyhymnia

♦ H. Schütz, Psalmen Davids

Battle of White Mountain

♦ M. Praetorius, Syntagma Musicum III

♦ S. Scheidt, Cantiones sacrae

† M. Praetorius

♦ J. Schein, Musica boscareccia I

♦ H. Schütz, Madrigali I

♦ H. Schütz, Aufferstehung

♦ S. Scheidt, Tabulatura nova

♦ H. Schütz, Cantiones sacrae

♦ J. Schein, Musica boscareccia II

♦ J. Schein, Musica boscareccia III

♦ H. Schütz, Symphoniae sacrae I

† J. Schein

FELIPE II
(Habsburg, 16 Jan. 1556 - 13 Sep. 1598)
FELIPE II
(Habsburg, 16 Jan. 1556 - 13 Sep. 1598)
FELIPE II
(Habsburg, 16 Jan. 1556 - 13 Sep. 1598)
FELIPE III
(Habsburg, 13 Sep. 1598 - 31 March 1621)
FELIPE III
(Habsburg, 13 Sep. 1598 - 31 March 1621)
FELIPE III
(Habsburg, 13 Sep. 1598 - 31 March 1621)
FELIPE III
(Habsburg, 13 Sep. 1598 - 31 March 1621)
FELIPE IV
(Habsburg, 31 Mar. 1621 – 17 Sep. 1665)
FELIPE IV
(Habsburg, 31 Mar. 1621 – 17 Sep. 1665)

Anglo–Spanish War
1604 ⇒

♦ T. Victoria, Motecta Festorum

Armada defeated

Franco–Spanish War
1598 ⇒

♦ T. Victoria, Missae quattuor, quinque, sex, et octo vocibus

♦ J. Sweelinck, Chansons

Plague in Spain
1602 ⇒

Franco–Spanish War
⇐ 1590

♦ T. Victoria, Missae, Magnificat, Motecta, Psalmi

Dutch East India Co. ⇒

Plague in Spain
⇐ 1598

Anglo–Spanish War
⇐ 1585

♦ J. Sweelinck, Psaumes I

† T. Victoria

♦ J. Sweelinck, Rimes

♦ J. Sweelinck, Psaumes II

♦ J. Sweelinck, Psaumes III

♦ J. Sweelinck, Cantiones sacrae

Dutch West India Co. ⇒

† J. Sweelinck

♦ J. Sweelinck, Psaumes IV

Edict of Restitution

ELIZABETH
(Tudor, 17 Nov. 1558 – 24 Mar. 1603)
ELIZABETH
(Tudor, 17 Nov. 1558 – 24 Mar. 1603)
ELIZABETH
(Tudor, 17 Nov. 1558 – 24 Mar. 1603)
ELIZABETH
(Tudor, 17 Nov. 1558 – 24 Mar. 1603)
JAMES I
(Stuart, 24 Mar. 1603 – 27 Mar. 1625)
JAMES I
(Stuart, 24 Mar. 1603 – 27 Mar. 1625)
JAMES I
(Stuart, 24 Mar. 1603 – 27 Mar. 1625)
JAMES I
(Stuart, 24 Mar. 1603 – 27 Mar. 1625)
JAMES I
(Stuart, 24 Mar. 1603 – 27 Mar. 1625)
CHARLES I
(Stuart, 27 Mar. 1625 – 30 Jan. 1649)

♥ O. Gibbons

Musica Transalpina

♦ W. Byrd, Psalmes, Songs & Sonnets

♦ W. Byrd, Cantiones sacrae I

♥ R. Dowland (?)

♦ W. Byrd, My Ladye Nevells Booke

Nine Years’ War
1603 ⇒

♥ H. Lawes

♦ J. Dowland, Songes I

♦ J. Dowland, Songes II

♦ T. Campion, Ayres I

♦ T. Campion, Ayres II

Nine Years’ War
⇐ 1594

♦ J. Dowland, Songes III

Gunpowder Plot

♦ W. Byrd, Gradualia ac cantiones sacrae I

♦ W. Byrd, Gradualia ac cantiones sacrae II

♦ R. Dowland Varietie of Lute Lessons

King James Version

♦ J. Dowland, Pilgrimes Solace

♦ O. Gibbons, Madrigals & Motets I

♦ T. Campion, Ayres III, IV

† T. Campion

♦ O. Gibbons, Fantasies of Three Parts

† W. Byrd

† J. Dowland

† J. Bull

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