||Amsterdam: Willem van Beaumont, 1659.
||Several pieces use keyboard tablature for the lowest bass line.
||Tabulatuur-boeck van psalmen en fantasyen
||Psalm Bearbeitungen fuer orgel
||Noordt, Anthoni van
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
||None [force assignment]
||10 psalms, 6 fantasias:
- Psalm XV
- Psalm XXXVIII
- Psalm VI
- Psalm VII
- Psalm II
- Psalm L
- Psalm CXIX
- Psalm CXVI
- Psalm XXII
- Psalm XXIV
- 6 Fantasias
||Simon van Hoorn; Cornelis de Graef; Johan Huydekooper; Hendrick Spiegel
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||See List of collections containing the Genevan Psalter melodies
Though the psalm melody is given, with text, above the fantasias, it was probably not intended for voice with organ. According to these Naxos notes (author uncredited), "The magistrates of Amsterdam were well aware of the problems indicated by Huygens and gave orders for the municipal organists and carillonists to play generally improvised psalm variations in their recitals, to make the melodies more familiar. . . . In the same year, 1659, on 9th December, Anthoni van Noordt published his Tabulatuur-boeck van psalmen en fantasyen (Tablature Book with Psalms and Fantasias)."