1370s in music
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|1360s . 1370s in music . 1380s|
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The 1370s in music involved some significant events.
- 1371 – Ludi theatrales (the earliest mention of vernacular biblical plays in Eastern Europe) were banned from the Corpus Christi processions in Bohemia.
- 1378 – Matheus de Sancto Johanne, Inclite flos orti Gebenensis, (ballade) for three voices, dedicated to Pope Clement VII, who bestowed a canonicate in Laon upon the composer in this year.
- Possible decade – Leonel Power, English composer (d. 1445)
- 1372 (December) or 1373 (January) – Lorenzo da Firenze, Italian composer
- 1377 – April: Guillaume de Machaut, French composer and poet (b. c.1300)
- John Stevens and Richard Rastall, "Medieval Drama, §IV: Medieval Drama in Eastern Europe", The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell (London: Macmillan Publishers, 2001).
- Ursula Günther, "Datierbare Balladen des späten 14. Jahrhunderts, II", Musica Disciplina 16 (1962): 151–74. Citation on 156–57.
- Gabriella Biagi Ravenni, "Lucca", The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell (London: Macmillan Publishers, 2001).