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Cover of Delitiae Musicae Joachim van den Hove (1567? - 1620) was a Flemish/Dutch composer and a lutenist. He composed works for lute solo and for lute and voice. Moreover, he wrote many arrangements for lute of Italian, French, and English vocal and instrumental music, and of Flemish/Dutch folk music. Van den Hove was born Antwerp, and for the larger part of his life he lived in Leiden. There he was a lutenist and also lute teacher. His most famous pupils were the young Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange and Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange. From 1613 until 1616 van den Hove travelled around France and Italy, after which he moved to The Hague, where in 1620 he went bankrupt and died. Published collections of his works are: Florida, sive cantiones (Utrecht, 1601) Delitiae Musicae (Utrecht, 1612) Praeludia testudinis (Leiden, 1616) References T. Willemze (1981). Componistenlexicon, Deel 2. Het Spectrum, Utrecht. (in Dutch) Rudolf Rasch (1991). Lute music from the Netherlands. CD booklet, BFO Centre Netherlands Music.