1629 in music
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The year 1629 in music involved some significant events.
- Gregorio Allegri is appointed to compose for the Sistine Chapel.
- The wooden opera house of Teatro San Cassiano in Venice burns down.
- Biagio Marini – Sonata per sonar con due corde, Op. 8
- Heinrich Schütz – Symphoniae Sacrae, part 1, published in Venice
- Giovanni Rovetta – Le lagrime di Erminia
- January 13 – Lelio Colista, Italian composer and lutenist (died 1680)
- April 1 – Jean-Henri d'Anglebert, composer and harpsichordist (died 1691)
- September – Lady Mary Dering, composer (died 1704)
- January 27 – Hieronymus Praetorius, composer and organist (born 1560)
- April 19 – Sigismondo d'India, Italian composer (born c.1582)
- September 5 – Domenico Allegri, composer and singer (born c.1585)
- October 2 – Antonio Cifra, Baroque composer (born 1560)
- date unknown