1520s in music

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List of years in music (table)
  • 1517
  • 1518
  • 1519
  • 1520
  • 1521
  • 1522
  • 1523
  • 1510s . 1520s in music . 1530s
    . Music timeline

    The decade of the 1520s in music (years 1520–1529) involved some significant compositions.

    Events

    Publications

    Folio 47r from the Capirola Lutebook: Padoana alla Francese
    • 1520:
    • 1523: Pietro AronThoscanello de la musica, including the first description of quarter-comma meantone, published in Venice.
    • 1528: Pierre Attaingnant (ed.) – Chansons nouvelles en musique à quatre parties, the first French music publication made using single-impression movable type, published in Paris.
    • 1529: Martin AgricolaMusica instrumentalis deudsch, a description of the musical instruments common in Germany at the time.

    Classical music

    Births

    1520

    1521

    1525

    1528

    1529

    • probableJacobus Vaet, Franco-Flemish composer (died 1567)

    Deaths

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