1550 in music

1550 in music involved some significant compositions.


*"none listed"


* 1550: Adrian Willaert - "Salmi spezzati", a collection of antiphonal polychoral sacred music

Classical music


* 1550: July 3 - Jacobus Gallus, late Renaissance Czech composer of Slovene origin (d. 1591)
* 1550: December 6 (baptised) - Orazio Vecchi, Italian composer (died 1605)
* 1550: "probable" - John Mundy, English composer and organist (d. 1630), son of composer William Mundy
* 1550: "probable" - Sebastian Raval, Spanish composer (died 1604)



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