Detail View: Medieval Manuscript Leaves Collection: Antiphonary. Germany

Collection Name: 
Medieval Manuscript Leaves
Title: 
Antiphonary. Germany
Genre: 
Antiphonaries
Date Created: 
[between 1575 and 1599?]
Date Captured: 
8/27/2009
Language Term: 
Latin
Extent: 
244839132
Abstract: 
440 x 300 mm. Parchment. Single column; 302 x 245 mm.; 23 lines; ruled and bounded in ink. 1- or 2-line painted initials in blue or red. Rubrication; musical notation on recto.
Abstract: 
Gothic notation, in which F is indicated by a red line as well as the customary diamond. The actual service is not designated, and the "Exsurge Domine" antiphon is used in conjunction with different Psalms on different occasions. "Feria quinta" = Thursday.] Recto: Psalm 1:3–12:6; verso: Psalm 12:6–14:1.
Note: 
Provenance unknown
Note: 
Cataloged from existing description: Medieval, Renaissance, and 15th-17th Century Manuscripts in the Special Collections Department, University Libraries, University of Colorado at Boulder
Note: 
Contains musical notation
Subject Topic: 
Manuscripts, Medieval -- Colorado -- Boulder
Subject Topic: 
historiated initials
Subject Topic: 
colored ink
Subject Topic: 
illuminated manuscripts
Subject Geographic: 
Germany
Subject Title Info: 
Bible -- O.T. -- Psalm 1:3–12:6
Related Item Type: 
reverse
Related Item Identifier: 
ege042b.jpg
Related Item Identifier URI: 
http://cudl.colorado.edu/luna/servlet/s/887m8p
Identifier: 
ege042a.jpg
Physical Location: 
Special Collections, Archives & Preservation, University of Colorado Boulder
Shelf Identifier: 
Ege 42
Access Condition: 
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