1667 in music
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The year 1667 in music involved some significant events.
- January 27 – First performance at the Opernhaus am Taschenberg, the court opera house of the Elector of Saxony in Dresden designed by Wolf Caspar von Klengel, Giovanni Andrea Moneglia's Il teseo.
- Marc-Antoine Charpentier arrives in Rome.
- Antonio Stradivari makes the Aranyi violin.
- Cristofaro Caresana becomes an organist and singer in the Chapel Royal and director of the Neapolitan Conservatorio di Sant'Onofrio a Porta Capuana.
- Adam Krieger – Arien, vol. 2
- Guillaume-Gabriel Nivers – 2e livre d'orgue contenant la messe et les hymnes de l'église, organ collection
- Giovanni Battista Vitali – Op. 2, a collection of sonatas
- Antonio Cesti – Il pomo d'oro
- Antonio Draghi – Vero amore fa soave ogni fatica
- Carlo Pallavicino – Il Meraspe
- January 5 – Antonio Lotti, composer (died 1740)
- September 24 – Jean-Louis Lully, musician and composer, son of Jean-Baptiste Lully (died 1688)
- December 4 – Michel Pignolet de Montéclair, composer (died 1737)
- date unknown – Johann Christoph Pepusch, composer (died 1752)
- February 6 – Giovanni Martino Cesare, cornet player and composer (born c.1590)
- May 7 – Johann Jakob Froberger, organist and composer (born 1616)
- July – Francesco Manelli, composer (born 1594)
- November 5 – Franz Tunder, composer (born 1614)
- date unknown – Johann Schop, violinist and composer (born c.1590)