Music by J van Eyck and others

This has turned out to be my personal musical scratchpad

I use it to edit abc format music.
feel free to use it if you find it useful. There may be errors or incomplete pieces.
Amarilli.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Amelia.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Bois-Son-Quinta-1.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Bois-Son-Quinta-2.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Bois-Son-Quinta-3.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Bois-Son-Quinta-4.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Boismortier-Op-1-Premiere-1.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Boismortier-Op-1-Premiere-2.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Braun-Corrente.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Carmen_in_la.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Carolans-Welcome.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Coolin-Gow.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
corrette_prelude.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Doen_Daphne_P1.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Doen_Daphne_P2.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Engels_Nachtegael.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
EtInTerra.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
five foot two.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
flight.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
flute_exercises.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
heart+soul.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
intro.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
LultimoDiDeMaggio.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Malle_Symen.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
margaret.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
minor.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
NielGowsLament.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
NonVos.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Occhi.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Oculus.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Pavaen_Lachrymae.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Pezel.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
rebecca.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
roslyn.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
SinceFirst.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
SinceFirstCorrected.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
swedish-tunes.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Telemann-TWV40-101.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Telemann_Fantasia_11.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Test.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Trip_Over_the_Mountain.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Virgo.abc  pdf  svg  midi  check
Doen_Daphne.pdf The whole piece on two pages
This is an attempt to put some of my favorite pieces for recorder on to one page of an iPad. This is how I work on editing music. Some pieces may be in progress. Corrections are welcome!
In the old days a flat would be used to indicate that a sharped note was to be played natural, and a sharp would be used to indicate a flat to be played natural.
source at /home/wbc/public_html/eyck
see also this recorder page
http://abcnotation.com/wiki/abc:standard:v2.1
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