1540s in music
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The decade of the 1540s in music (years 1540-1549) involved some significant compositions.
- Hans Neusidler – Ein newes Lautenbüchlein, a collection of lute music
- Sebald Heyden – De arte canendi, third installment, important treatise on singing
- Gian Domenico del Giovane da Nola – Canzone villanesche a3, books 1 and 2.
- Jacques Arcadelt – First book of madrigals a3.
- Domenico Maria Ferrabosco – First book of madrigals a4.
- Cipriano de Rore – First book of madrigals a5.
- Hans Neusidler – three books of lute music: Das erst Buch: ein newes Lautenbüchlein, Das ander Buch: ein new künstlich Lautten Buch, and Das dritt Buch: ein new künstlich Lauten Buch.
- Gian Domenico del Giovane da Nola – Madrigals for four voices.
- Giovan Thomaso di Maio – Canzone villanesche a3, book 1.
- Loys Bourgeois – First book of four-part psalms, published for the Calvinists of Geneva
- Francesco Corteccia – First book of madrigals a4
- Hans Neusidler – Das erst Buch: ein newes Lautenbüchlein
- Claude Goudimel – book of chansons.
- Hans Neusidler – Das ander Buch: ein new künstlich Lauten Buch
- Gian Domenico del Giovane da Nola – Motets for five voices.
- date unknown – Giovanni Maria Artusi, Italian composer and theorist (died 1613)
- probable – William Byrd, English composer (died 1623)
- probable – Jakob Regnart, Franco-Flemish composer (died 1599)
- February 22 - Santino Garsi da Parma, lutenist and composer (died 1604)
- November 1 – Tarquinia Molza, Italian singer (died 1617)
- probable – Cesare Bendinelli, Italian trumpeter (died 1617)
- October 19 – Giovenale Ancina – Italian priest and composer (died 1604)
- date unknown – Luca Bati, Italian composer (died 1608)
- December 9 - Costanzo Antegnati - Italian organ builder, organist, and composer