ⓘ 1735 in music

                                     

ⓘ 1735 in music

  • Maurice Greene is appointed Master of the Kings Musick.
  • Shortly before his death, Charles Mordaunt, 3rd Earl of Peterborough, acknowledges opera singer Anastasia Robinson as his wife.
  • February 18 – Flora becomes the first opera performed in the United States – at Charleston, South Carolina.
  • April 8 Johann Sebastian Bach revives the anonymous St Luke Passion BWV 246 BC D 6 at St. Nicholas Church, Leipzig.
                                     

1. Classical music

  • Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
  • Flute Sonata in G major, H.550
  • Trio Sonata in A minor, H.572
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Overture nach franzosischer Art
  • Concerto nach italienischen Gusto
  • Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
  • 3 Fugues for Organ with Pedal
  • Harpsichord Concerto in D major, F.41
  • Jean-Baptiste Barriere – 6 Cello Sonatas, Book II
  • Trio Sonata in B-flat major, GWV 217
  • Antonio Caldara – Gesù presentato nel tempio
  • Johann Friedrich Fasch – Oboe Concerto, FaWV L:d2
  • Christoph Graupner
  • Bassoon Concerto in C major, GWV 301
  • Trio Sonata in C major, GWV 202
  • Louis-Claude Daquin – Pieces de Clavecin
  • Francesco Geminiani – 6 Concerti Grossi after Corellis Trio Sonatas
  • Miserere in C minor
  • 6 Trio Sonatas, Op. 2
  • Johann Adolph Hasse
  • Maurice Greene – Lesson in F major, G minor
  • George Frideric Handel
  • Organ Concerto in F major, HWV 292
  • Organ Concerto in G minor, HWV 289
  • 12 Fantasias for Viol without Bass, TWV 40:26–37 Hamburg:
  • Jean-Joseph Cassanea de Mondonville – 6 Violin Sonatas, Op. 4 Les sons harmoniques
  • Nicola Porpora – 12 Cantate da camera Dedicated: All Altezza reale di Federico Prencipe reale di Vallia
  • Pietro Antonio Locatelli – 6 Introduttioni teatrali e 6 Concerti grossi, Op. 4
  • Giovanni Batista Pergolesi – Orfeo, P.115 secular cantata
  • Georg Philipp Telemann
  • Johann Christian Schickhardt – LAlphabet de la Musique, Op. 30
  • Jan Dismas Zelenka – Gesù al Calvario oratorio
  • Lorenzo Gaetano Zavateri – 12 Concerti, Op. 1
                                     

2. Opera

  • Antonio Caldara – Scipione Africano
  • Egidio Romualdo Duni – Nerone
  • François Francoeur and François Rebel – Scanderberg
  • Alcina, HWV 34
  • Ariodante, HWV 33 first performed
  • Atalanta, HWV 35 composed, performed 1736
  • George Frideric Handel
  • Il Flaminio
  • LOlimpiade first performed, composed 1734
  • Leonardo Leo – Demofoonte in collaboration with Giuseppe Sellitto, Francesco Mancini and Domenico Sarro
  • Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
  • Johann Adolf Hasse – Tito Vespasiano
  • Ifigenia In Aulide
  • Polifemo
  • Nicola Antonio Porpora
  • Adelaide, RV 695 lost
  • Francesco Maria Veracini – Adriano In Siria
  • Antonio Vivaldi
  • Griselda, RV 718
  • Bajazet, RV 703 Pasticcio with music by Riccardo Broschi, Geminiano Giacomelli and Johann Adolph Hasse
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau – Les Indes galantes opera-ballet
                                     

3. Publications

  • Johann Mattheson – Die wol-klingende Finger-Sprache Hamburg: Composer
  • Georg Philipp Telemann – Fugierende und verandernde Chorale, TWV 31:1–48
  • Reinhard Keiser – Dialogus von der Geburt Christi
  • George Frideric Handel – 6 Fugues, HWV 605–610
                                     

4. Births

  • February 25 – Ernst Wilhelm Wolf, composer died 1792
  • June 1 – James Lyon I died 1794
  • Charlotte Brent, operatic soprano died 1802
  • September 5 – Johann Christian Bach, composer died 1782
  • January 21 – Johann Gottfried Eckard, pianist and composer died 1809
  • July 10 – Giovanni Bertati died 1815
  • February 28 – Alexandre-Theophile Vandermonde, musician, mathematician and chemist died 1796
  • October 30 – Edward Miller died 1807
  • date unknown
  • May 13 – Horace Coignet, composer died 1821
  • November 17 – Antoine Alexandre Henri Poinsinet died 1769
  • Franz Anton Spitzeder, operatic tenor and keyboard teacher died 1796
  • November 26 – Giambattista Varesco, priest, musician, poet and librettist died 1805
  • June 6 – Anton Schweitzer, opera composer died 1787
                                     

5. Deaths

  • February 27 – John Arbuthnot born 1667
  • November 2 – Simon Brixi, composer born 1693
  • July 18 – Johann Krieger, organist and composer born 1649
  • January 12 – John Eccles, composer born 1668
  • Jean-Nicolas de Francine, director of the Opera national de Paris born 1662
  • June 22 – Pirro Albergati, aristocrat and amateur composer born 1663
  • date unknown
  • March 24 – Georg Friedrich Kaufmann, organist and composer born 1679
  • January 29 – George Granville born 1666
  • Quirino Colombani, musician, composer and music teacher date of birth unknown
                                     
  • 1735 MDCCXXXV was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar, the 1735th
  • Events from the year 1735 in art. The Chandos Mausoleum is constructed for James Brydges, 1st Duke of Chandos. Charles - Joseph Natoire carries out the
  • literary events and publications in 1735 August 4 John Peter Zenger is found by a jury not guilty of seditious libel in The New York Weekly Journal. September
  • The year 1735 in architecture involved some significant events. The North Quad of All Souls College at the University of Oxford, designed by Nicholas
  • Maria Christina Anna Theresa Salomea Eulalia Francisca Xaveria 12 February 1735 19 November 1782 was a Princess of Saxony and later Abbess of Remiremont
  • Printing in America, 1735 - 1926, A History and Annotated Bibliography ISBN 1 - 59975 - 685 - 4 is a history and bibliography of Hebrew books printed in America
  • The year 1735 in science and technology involved some significant events. July 11 - Pluto not known at this time enters a fourteen - year period inside
  • November 28 and L Eritrea February 25 Johann Philipp Krieger, composer died 1735 April 15 Domenico Gabrielli, cellist and composer died 1690 June Johann
  • his music as well as their own, and that of other composers of the day. Directors of the organization included Johann Christoph Pepusch from 1735 onwards