Show Manuscript

Name: Missale (fragment)

Repository: University of Sydney, Collection of Professor A. J. Dunston, MA

Settlement: Sydney, NSW

Associated Manuscript Items:
Missale (fragment)

Library ref: none

Acquisition: The strips of vellum were removed from the binding of a volume containing the Cornucopiae of Niccol˜ Perotti, printed at Basle in 1536, though not first bound until 1539. The book was acquired in 1967.

Binding:

Catchwords:

Collation:

Composite:

Condition: twelve small strips from a single folio now pieced together under glass; eight small pieces of vellum lacking, each carrying portions of lines of the text

Deco desc: red initials and rubrics

Dimensions: 308 x 220 mm

Extent: twelve small strips from a single folio

Foliation:

Hand desc: German littera gothica textualis formata

Keywords:

Layout: one col. of 32 lines

Library ref alt:

List bibl:

Music notation: Interlinear neums with Sangallian characteristics[N6] accompany the introit and the texts from the versicles to the Sequence for the Epiphany. [N6] Cf. C. G. Parrish, The Notation of Medieval Music, London 1958, p. 6

Note:

Orig date: s. xv1 (?)

Orig place:

Origin:

Provenance:

Record hist source: Sinclair no. 248

Seal:

Signatures:

Support: vellum

Surrogates:

| Back