1530s in music
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The decade of the 1530s in music (years 1530-1539) involved some significant compositions.
- 1532: Thomas Tallis takes his first known musical appointment, as organist at Dover Priory.
- 1538: Tallis moves from Dover to Waltham Abbey.
- Hans Neusidler – Two books of lute music, Ein newgeordent künstlich Lautenbuch and Der ander Theil des Lautenbuchs.
- Philippe Verdelot – Second book of madrigals a4.
- Maddalena Casulana – First book of madrigals for Four Voices, published in Venice. It is the first printed book of music by a woman in history.
- Luis de Narváez – Los seys libros del Delphin, a large collection of lute music
- Philippe Verdelot – Second book of madrigals a5, and Le dotte, et eccellente compositioni....
- Ein Hubsch new Gesangbuch, the first Protestant hymn-book, published in Ulm.
- 1531: Ercole Bottrigari, Italian scholar, mathematician, poet, music theorist, architect and composer (died 1612)
- c. 1530-40: Giorgio Mainerio, Italian composer (died 1582)
- 1533: Andrea Gabrieli, Italian composer and organist (died 1586)
- 1534: Lodovico Agostini, Italian composer (died 1590)
- 1537: Johann Wanning, Dutch-born composer, kapellmeister and alto singer (died 1603)
- 1537: Paul Hofhaimer, Austrian composer and organist (born 1459)