Early music “Der Fluyten Lust-Hof” by Jacob Van Eyck

• Feb 7, 2016 - 17:30

During ’80 I played recorder as amateur. I studied early music at Istituto Vittadini in Pavia (little town 40 km. near Milano in Italy) and with some friends we had a little group with lute, voice, and harpsichord tuning A at 415 Hz.
Sadly my recorders was stolen during a trip in Praha (Cz). They worth not a lot but I'd a sopran handmade by italian liutist Fulvio Canevari. This was the end of my musician career.
Was also stolen an anastatic print copy of "Der Fluyten Lust-Hof" by Jacob Van Eyck . He was a dutch composer (c1589/90-1657) and his work is a classical recorder composition of Renaissance music. Is two volumes collection with about 150 pieces.
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At the time there was no internet but recently I found a copy online at impls.org site.

I'm transcribing these volumes trying to be as loyal as possible to original; joining bars, leaving alterations and repeats as they were printed.

Is till a work in progress and, as I can't afford a pro subscription to publish 150 pieces, I'm updating single .mscz file more or less weekly.

Hope someone enjoy my work; any suggestion, tips and support are welcome.


In reply to by gand

Thanks for your great work!
I'm going to use your source to create a "2 voice (pentagram)" version: on the top the starting melody, in the bottom the result of ornamentations. I think it's useful to understand and analyze

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