A revealing study of the monophonic recorder music from Van Eyck's Der Fluyten Lust-hof. The author explores the relationship between Van Eyck's recorder music and his job as a carillonneur, and studies comparable works from Dutch contemporaries. With a foreword, introduction, bibliography, and…
Introduction in Dutch and English. Van Eyck's collection of nearly 150 compositions for solo recorder is more well-known as Der Fluyten Lust-hof, but the first printing of 1644, by Paulus Matthijsz, was under the title of Euterpe.