1715 in music
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The year 1715 in music involved some significant events.
- September – Presumed staging of first Three Choirs Festival in England.
- Comédie en vaudeville is staged for the first time in Paris.
- Francesco Geminiani performs at the court of King George I of Great Britain, accompanied by Handel.
- Johann Sebastian Bach
- English Suites (speculated year of composition)
- Cantata 31 Der Himmel lacht die Erde jubilert
- François Couperin Concerts royaux.
- Alessandro Scarlatti Stabat Mater.
- George Frideric Handel – Amadigi di Gaula
- Johann Augustin Kobelius – Der unschuldig verdammte Heinrich, Fürst von Wallis
- Giuseppe Maria Orlandini – Bacocco e Serpilla
- Alessandro Scarlatti – Il Tigrane
- Domenico Scarlatti – La Dirindina
- Antonio Vivaldi – Nerone Fatto Cesare
- January 12 – Jacques Duphly, composer (died 1789)
- January 29 – Georg Christoph Wagenseil, composer (died 1777)
- April 11 – John Alcock, composer
- April 19 – James Nares, composer (died 1783)
- April 23 – Johann Friedrich Doles, composer (died 1797)
- April 28 – Franz Sparry, composer (died 1767)
- May 11
- November 16 – Girolamo Abos, composer (died 1760)
- December – Isabella Lampe, soprano and wife of John Frederick Lampe (died 1795)
- December 12 – Gennaro Manna, composer (died 1779)
- date unknown
- January 22 – Marc'Antonio Ziani, composer (born c.1653)
- February 3 – Gottfried Vopelius, composer
- July 30 – Nahum Tate, hymn-writer and lyricist (born 1652)
- September 2 – Constantin Christian Dedekind, composer
- September 6 – Basilius Petritz, German composer and Kreuzkantor in Dresden (born 1647)
- October 6 – Melchior Hoffmann, composer
- date unknown