1692 in music
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The year 1692 in music involved some significant events.
- July 7 – Giuseppe Felice Tosi becomes second organist at San Petronio, Bologna.
- Seven-year-old George Frideric Handel visits the court of Saxony at Weissenfels. Duke Johann Adolf is so impressed at his playing of the organ that he advises his father to let him study music under Friedrich Wilhelm Zachau.
- Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber – Requiem Mass[clarification needed]
- Johann Kuhnau – Neuer Clavier-Übung, anderer Theil
- Henry Purcell – Ode to St. Cecilia
- Cataldo Amodei – La sirena consolata (lost)
- Carlo Agostino Badia – La ninfa Apollo
- Antonio Perti – Furio Camillo
- Henry Purcell – The Fairy Queen (masque)
- January 6 – Rynoldus Popma van Oevering, composer
- January 13 – Gunnila Grubb composer (died 1729)
- April 8 – Giuseppe Tartini, violinist and composer (died 1770)
- May 28 – Geminiano Giacomelli, opera composer (died 1740)
- November 2 – Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer, composer (died 1766)