|Covid-19|1518: Composer Ludwig Senfl loses a toe in a hunting accident.
1511: Arnolt Schlick – Spiegel der Orgelmacher und Organisten, the first treatise on organ-making in German
1511: Franciscus Bossinensis – Tenori e contrabassi intabulati col sopran in canto figurato.. Libro secundo
1512: Arnolt Schlick – Tabulaturen etlicher lobgesang, a collection of organ and lute pieces
1518: The Medici Codex
1510: Renaissance composer Josquin des Prez assembles or composes Missa de Beata Virgine, a musical setting of the Ordinary of the Mass, and it becomes the most popular of his masses in the 16th century.
Juan Bermudo, Spanish music theorist (died 1565)
Antonio de Cabezón, Spanish composer and organist of the Renaissance (died 1566)
probable – Loys Bourgeois, French composer, famous for his Protestant hymn tunes (died c.1561)
probable – Gian Domenico del Giovane da Nola, Neapolitan composer, famous for his villanescas and villanellas in the Neapolitan style (died 1592)
date unknown – Nicola Vicentino, Italian music theorist and composer (died 1575/1576)
probable – Cipriano de Rore, Flemish composer (died 1565)
January 31 or March 22 – Gioseffo Zarlino, Venetian theorist (died 1590)
1517: March 26 – Heinrich Isaac, Franco-Flemish composer (born c.1445)
1510s in music Wikipedia
The decade of the 1510s in music (years 1510-1519) involved some significant compositions.