Music year 1700
|Music year 1700|
|Antonio Stradivari's oeuvre began around 1700, when many famous violins, violas, cellos and guitars were created, including the guitar Rawlins .|
- July: Together with William Croft , Jeremiah Clarke is sworn in as a gentleman-extraordinary of the Chapel Royal in London , in order to take over the organist's position after the death of the previous incumbent Francis Pigott.
- October: Carlo Agostino Badia marries the soprano Anna Maria Lisi, who is also employed at the Viennese court.
- After the unexpected loss of their free tables at the Lyceum in Ohrdruf , 14-year-old Johann Sebastian Bach and his classmate Erdmann decide to continue their schooling in the particular school of the Michaeliskloster in Lüneburg . For the first time, Bach and Erdmann are listed on April 3 when the Mettengeld payments are booked . Both do not have to pay school fees, but are obliged to do their job as Mettenchor singers. In contrast to all of his siblings and his ancestors, who gave up higher education in favor of an apprenticeship as a musician, Bach opted for a higher education that qualifies for university studies.
- Antonio Caldara was appointed Maestro di cappella da chiesa e del teatro ( Kapellmeister of the Church and Theater) in Mantua at the court of Ferdinando Carlo von Gonzaga-Nevers , the last Duke of Mantua and Montferrat and Prince of Arches . He will hold this position until 1707.
- Arcangelo Corelli is elected for the third time in recognition of his musical merits as Guardiano (German: "Wächter" or "Head") of the instrumental department of the musicians' guild Congregazione di Santa Cecilia (later: Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia ), an office that is offered only to the most outstanding musicians of Rome. Corelli first received this award in 1681 and was re-elected in 1684.
- William Croft gets a job at St. Anne's Church in Soho , London .
- John Eccles is led by King William III. appointed Master of the Queen's Music . Eccles thus held the highest position available for musicians at the English court until his death in 1735.
- Around 1700 Giuseppe Torelli introduced the music of a violin soloist with the orchestra, a groundbreaking innovation at the time.
- An inventory of Prince Ferdinando de Medici's musical instruments mentions a fortepiano for the first time . The musical instrument invented and built by the harpsichord maker Bartolomeo Cristofori is named in the inventory as arpicembalo che fà il piano e il forte - a “harpsichord that can play softly and loudly”. The exact year of construction of this instrument is not known (it is often assumed to be 1698).
- June 6th : The world premiere of the opera Atys o L'inganno vinto dalla Costanza by Attilio Ariosti takes place in the Lietzenburg in Berlin . The libretto is by Ortensio Mauro .
- Four operas by Carlo Agostino Badia celebrate their world premieres in Vienna :
- Cupido fuggitivo da Venere e ritrovato a 'piedi della Sacra Reale Maestà d'Amalia
- Le gare dei beni
- Diana rappacificata con Venere e con Amore
- La costanza d'Ulisse
- André Campra - Hèsione , tragedy lyrique
- Alessandro Scarlatti's opera L'Eraclea based on the libretto by Silvio Stampiglia is performed for the first time in Naples .
- Attilio Ariosti's ballet music La Festa del Hymeneo based on the libretto by Ortensio Mauro will be premiered in Berlin.
- Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni - Symphony e concerti a cinque op.2 (Venice)
- Jeremiah Clarke - Prince of Denmark's March (around 1700)
Johann Sigismund Kusser publishes three suite collections:
- Apollon Enjoüé
- Festin des Muses
- La cicala della cetra d'eunomio
- William Corbett - Twelve Sonatas a tre for 2 violins and bc, op.1
- Arcangelo Corelli - 12 sonatas for violin and continuo ( Sonate a violino e violone o cimbalo) , op.5 (Rome)
- John Blow , Jeremiah Clarke , Francis Piggott, John Barrett, and William Croft - Choice Collection of Ayres for the Harpsichord or Spinnet
- Johann Kuhnau : Musical presentation of some biblical histories (7 sonatas, Leipzig)
- Jacques Boyvin - Second Livre d'orgue contenant les huit tons à l'usage ordinaire de l'église (1689 and 1700)
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
- Missa Bruxellensis in C major (C. App. 100) for double choir (SATB), 4 trumpets, drums, 2 "cornetti", ie prong , 3 trumpets, 2 violins, violas 3 and continuo (around 1700)
- Huc Poenitentes ( Offertorium ) in C minor (C. 46) for choir and soloists (SSATB), 2 violins, 2 violas, 3 trombones ad libitum , 3 organs, bassoon and violone (around 1700)
- John Blow - Ode for New Year's Day
- Johann Kuhnau - The musical quack salver (Dresden)
- Antonio Stradivari produces the violins Cristiani , Taft ex Emil Heermann and Ward , the cello Cristiani, Stauffer and the guitar Rawlins.
Date of birth sighted
- January 14 : Christian Friedrich Henrici , most important lyricist of Johann Sebastian Bach († 1764 )
- March 13 : Michel Blavet , French flautist and composer († 1768 )
- July 6 : Joseph Gabler , German master organ builder († 1771 )
- October 4th : Sebastian Bodinus , German composer and Kapellmeister († 1759 )
- November 15 : Georg Friedrich Schmahl , German organ builder († 1773 )
- November 24th : Johann Bernhard Bach the Younger , German composer and organist († 1743 )
Born around 1700
- Johann Ignaz Beyer , Austrian composer, organist and Kapellmeister († 1758 )
- Ferdinando Galimberti , Italian composer, violinist and music teacher († around 1751 )
- Jean-Baptiste Masse , French composer and cellist († around 1757 )
- Johann Christoph Pfennig , German organist and organ builder († after 1761 )
- Joseph Nicolaus Torner , German organist and composer († 1762 )
Born before 1700
Date of death sighted
- January 16 : Antonio Draghi , Italian composer, librettist and singer in Vienna (* 1634 )
- : February 7thFilippo Acciaiuoli , Italian theater writer, librettist, poet, theater director, composer, librettist, theater engineer and inventor of scenic effects (* 1637 )
- March 29 : Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier , Italian violonist, cellist, trombonist and composer (* around 1662)
- May 16 : Peter Herold , German organ builder
- July 19 : Hieronymus Kradenthaller , German organist and composer (* 1637 )
- August 6th : Johann Beer , Austrian writer and composer (* 1655 )
- September 23 : Nicolaus Adam Strungk , German composer (* 1640 )
- December 31 : Pietro Sanmartini , Italian composer and organist (* 1636 )
Exact date of death unknown
- August Kühnel , German composer and gambist (* 1645 )
- Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe , French gambist and composer (* around 1640)
- Andreas Tamitius , German organ builder (* 1633 )