The year 1663 in classical music and in lyrical art
1663. With other artists, Giacomo Carissimi, Francesco Cavalli and Barbara Strozzi influenced their time (baroque era). That year would see the birth of future classical or lyrical artists, such as Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow, while others would disappear. That year, new works would be composed, published or performed for the first time in public, such as “L'Impromptu de Versailles” de Jean-Baptiste Lully, for example.
All these moments, more or less notable, make the year 1663 a page in the history of classical and lyrical music to be discovered or rediscovered. soclassiq currently lists more than 30 of these moments for 1663.
1663, from day to day
Also in December
Birth of Marc-Roger NormandThat year: 1663, Classical music, French organist, harpsichordist, and composer (dead in 1734) .
This was also in 1663
Death of Giuseppe GiambertiThat year: 1663, Classical music, composer (born in 1600). Birth of Claude DesmatinsThat year: 1663, Classical music, composer (dead in 1709). Birth of Valeriano PellegriniThat year: 1663, Classical music, opera singer (dead in 1746). Birth of Giuseppe Maria JacchiniThat year: 1663, Classical music, Italian composist and cellist (dead in 1727). Death of Heinrich ScheidemannThat year: 1663, Classical music, German composer (born in 1596). Birth of Johann Joseph VilsmayrThat year: 1663, Classical music, Austrian composer (dead in 1722). Death of John OkeoverThat year: 1663, Classical music, composer (born in 1590). Birth of Giovanni Lorenzo GregoriThat year: 1663, Classical music, Italian composer (dead in 1745).
Works (composition or publishing)
- Jean-Baptiste Lully (age 31)
- L'Impromptu de Versailles (Theatrical music)
- Les Arts (Ballet)
- Les Noces de village (Ballet)
- Miserere (Work for choir)