1664 in music
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The year 1664 in music involved some significant events.
- Following the disgrace of Jacques Champion de Chambonnières, Jean-Henri d'Anglebert assumes the position of harpsichordist to Louis XIV, King of France.
- Anthoni van Noordt becomes organist at the Nieuwe Kerk
- Heinrich Schütz – Weihnachts-Oratorium (Christmas Oratorio)
- Bernardo Storace – Selva di varie compositioni
- Johann Heinrich Schmelzer – Sonatae unarum fidium, seu a violino solo
- February 23 – Georg Dietrich Leyding, organist and composer (died 1710)
- March – Georg Österreich, composer (died 1735)
- June 28 – Nicolas Bernier, composer (died 1734)
- November 9 – Johann Speth, organist and composer (died c. 1720)
- date unknown – Daniel Purcell, composer (died 1717)