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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Antiphonal of Benedictine use, in Latin

Identifier: Coll-1316
Scope and Contents

This is a manuscript volume, written on paper, and has 106 leaves, measuring 155mm by 90mm, with rubrics and staves in red. It is bound in original leather over pasteboards.

Dates: 1700-1799

Antiphoner (Roman Use), 15th-16th century

Identifier: MS 24
Contents The manuscript is an antiphoner, a liturgical book intended for use in the liturgical choir. It is written in Latin, dates from the 15th-16th century, and is of Italian origin. The use is that of Rome.Starting on f.1v, the manuscript mostly consists of noted Anthems and Psalms for the year, beginning in Advent (Roman Use)Hymns start on f.204v. They include First Saturday in Advent at Vespers; Vigil of the Nativity at Vespers,...
Dates: 15th-16th century

Fragment of an English antiphoner, c. 1430

Identifier: MS 211/XII
Scope and Contents

Lower half of a page from an Antiphoner from Southern England, with very fine illumination. Probably of the Sarum Use, it contains part of Lauds, Sext (iii is an error for vi), None, and Second Evensong of the Common of Apostles. The page is held together vertically,with 2 sides mounted to a long strip of paper attached to the verso side.

Dates: c. 1430

Fragments of an antiphoner, possibly Dutch or German, 15th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXX
Scope and Contents Antiphoner, containing lines of the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th responds from Matins of the Common of the Apostles. The text on the first fragment, f. 1r reads It [?] […] tris. […] ste[…] des nolite cogita […] quanum. Dabitur enim [...]. The other side of this fragment starts with habentes splendidas [...]. The second fragment contains ante reges et pre fi...[...]omodo aut quid lo [...] vis(?) in illa ho...
Dates: 15th century
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Fragments of the Inchcolm Antiphoner, c 1340

Identifier: MS 211/IV
Scope and Contents Four leaves from an Antiphoner written in Scotland around 1340, most likely for the Augustinian Priory of Inchcolm, which was sacked by the English in 1335. There are later additions.Contains parts of the services for the feasts of Saint Columba and Corpus Christi. Saint Columba (ff. marked 1 and 3): part of ninth respond to Matins; anthems chapter, hymn, anthem to Benedictus at Lauds; anthem to Magnificat at...
Dates: c 1340