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ⓘ 1702 in music




                                     

ⓘ 1702 in music

  • Georg Philipp Telemann becomes director of Leipzig opera, and founds Leipzig Collegium Musicum.
  • Alessandro Scarlatti leaves Naples and seeks the patronage of Prince Ferdinando de Medici.
  • Johann Sebastian Bach leaves Luneburg.
  • 17-year-old George Frideric Handel succeeds his teacher Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow as organist at Halle.
                                     

1. Classical music

  • Giovanni Henrico Albicastro – Sonate a violino solo col basso continuo
  • Poiche al vago seren di due pupille, T.205
  • Lontananza crudel, mi squarci il core, T.204.04 Op. 4
  • Tomaso Albinoni
  • Extremum Dei judicium, H.401
  • Friedrich Nicolaus Brauns – St John Passion formerly attributed to Reinhard Keiser
  • Marc-Antoine Charpentier
  • Judicium Salomonis, performed for the opening of the French parliament
  • Qui dat nivem sicut lanam
  • Quatre versets dun motet compose et chante par ordre du roy
  • François Couperin
  • Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer
  • Tafelmusik
  • Ariadne musica
  • Francisco Valls – Missa Scala Aretina
  • Johannes Schenck – Le nymphe di Rheno, 12 sonatas and suites for 2 violas da gamba, Op. 8 Amsterdam
  • James Paisible – 6 Sonatas of Two Parts
  • Alessandro Scarlatti – Mottetti sacri ad una, due, tre, e quattro voci con violini
  • Louis Marchand – Pieces de clavecin, Livre 1
  • Francesco Scarlatti – Dixit dominus Psalm 110
  • Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow – Danksaget dem Vater
  • Johann Speth – Ars Magna Consoni et Dissoni
                                     

2. Births

  • February 7 – Carl August Thielo, composer died 1763
  • July 22 – Alessandro Besozzi, oboist and composer died 1793
  • date unknown – Antoine Gilis, composer died 1781
  • March 13 – Burkat Shudi, Swiss-born harpsichord maker died 1773
  • January 6 – Jose de Nebra, composer died 1768
  • March 27 – Johann Ernst Eberlin, composer died 1762
  • February 27 – Johann Valentin Gorner, composer died 1762
  • March 5 – Michael Mietke II, German harpsichord maker died 1754
                                     

3. Deaths

  • July 6 – Nicolas Lebegue, French harpsichordist, composer and organist born 1632
  • July 16 – Etienne Loulie, musician, pedagogue and musical theorist born 1654
  • September 17 – Olaus Rudbeck, composer born 1630
  • December – Jose de Cascante, organist and composer born 1646