1625 in music
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The year 1625 in music involved some significant events.
- Jacques Gaultier becomes a musician at the court of King Charles I of England.
- Composer John Wilson enters the King's Musick as a lutenist.
- Alessandro Grandi – O quam tu pulchra es, a concertato motet
- January 7 – Ruggiero Giovannelli, Italian composer (b. c. 1560)
- June 5 – Orlando Gibbons, composer (born 1583)
- July 5 – Cornelis Verdonck, composer (born 1563)
- October 1 – Hendrik Speuy, organist and composer (born c.1575)
- November 3 – Adam Gumpelzhaimer, composer and music theorist (born 1559)
- date unknown – Muthu Thandavar, Carnatic composer (born 1525)
- probable – Paul Peuerl, organist, organ builder and composer (born 1583)