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1609 in music

Summary
The year 1609 in music involved some significant events. Events *October 12 – A version of the rhyme "Three Blind Mice" is published in Deuteromelia or The Seconde part of Musicks melodie (London). The editor, and possible author of the verse, is the teenage Thomas Ravenscroft. This collection follows his publication of the first rounds in English, Pammelia. *Heinrich Schütz comes to Venice to study under Giovanni Gabrieli. *Francis Tregian the Younger is imprisoned in England, partly for his Catholic sympathies, and perhaps begins copying out the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book. Publications
  • Agostino Agazzari – 6 Psalms, Op. 12 (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino)
  • Gregor Aichinger **Sacrae Dei laudes sub officio divino concinendae... (Dillingen: Adam Meltzer) **Teutsche Gesenglein: auss dem Psalter dess H. Propheten Davids... (Dillingen: Adam Meltzer) **Quercus dodonea (Augsburg: Johann Praetorius)
  • Giovanni Francesco Anerio – Motets for one, two, and three voices (Rom
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