Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Alto Recorder, Bassoon, Viola d'amore and Double Bass (Fine)
||Ain frelich Wesen
||Een vrolic wesen / Een frölic wesen / Ain frewlich Wesen
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
||Flemish ? (Dutch)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||RISM - this would be the version now attributed to Barbireau; RISM does not have an entry for the 4-voice version that is more definitively Isaac's.
According to Grove Music, "The song settings T’meiskin was jonck and Een vrolic wesen were mistakenly ascribed to Isaac, apparently because he wrote masses based on them". However, this reference must be to the 3-voice version, because in Grove's work list, there are two versions -- the 4-voice version seems to be definitely by Isaac, but the 3-voice version is attributed to Jacobus Barbireau.