The year 1681 in classical music and in lyrical art
1681. With other artists, Dietrich Buxtehude, Jean-Baptiste Lully and Marc-Antoine Charpentier influenced their time (baroque era). That year would see the birth of future classical or lyrical artists, while others would disappear. That year, new works would be composed, published or performed for the first time in public, such as “Amintor, heedless of his flocks” de Henry Purcell, for example.
All these moments, more or less notable, make the year 1681 a page in the history of classical and lyrical music to be discovered or rediscovered. soclassiq currently lists more than 40 of these moments for 1681.
1681, from day to day
Birth of Giorgio AntoniottoThat year: 1681, Classical music, Italian musician (dead in 1776) .
This was also in 1681
Birth of Christian Friedrich RolleThat year: 1681, Classical music, German organist and composer (dead in 1751). Birth of Michael RohdeThat year: 1681, Classical music, composer (dead in 1732). Death of Francesco CorbettaThat year: 1681, Classical music, Italian guitarist and composer (born in 1615). Death of Angelo Michele BartolottiThat year: 1681, Classical music, Italian musician (born in 1615). Birth of Giovanni RealiThat year: 1681, Classical music, Italian composer (dead in 1751). Death of Nikolay DiletskyThat year: 1681, Classical music, Ukrainian composer and music theorist (born in 1630). Death of Benito FerrariThat year: 1681, Classical music, Poet and composer Italian. (born in 1597).
Works (composition or publishing)
- Jean-Baptiste Lully (age 49)
- Le Triomphe de l'Amour (Ballet)
- Arcangelo Corelli (age 28)
- 12 sonate da chiesa a trè, Opp. 1 (Work for chamber orchestra)
- Henry Purcell (age 22)
- Amintor, heedless of his flocks (Song, lied)
- How I sigh when I think of the charms (Song, lied)
- I take no pleasure in the sun's bright beams (Song, lied)
- Pastora's beauties when unblown (Song, lied)
- Since one poor view has drawn my heart (Song, lied)
- Sir Barnaby Whigg or No Wit Like a Woman's (Theatrical music)
- The History of King Richard the Second or The Sicilian Usurper (Theatrical music)
- When her languishing eyes said 'love' (Song, lied)
- Give sentence with me, O Lord (Work for choir)
- O praise the Lord, all ye heathen (Work for choir)
- Save me, O God (Work for choir)
- Awake, and with attention hear (Work for choir)
- Begin the song, and strike the living lyre (Work for choir)
- Swifter, Isis, swifter flow (Work for choir)