Gradual, Western MS 097, 013v

Title

Gradual, Western MS 097, 013v

Subject

Liturgy

Date

1300-1325

Format

still image

Language

Latin

Type

Liturgical Book

Identifier

Western MS 097, 013v

Extent

341 leaves

Provenance

Ioannis Jacobus Pillman, Louis-Auguste Himly, Bibl. Brunner Sept. 1872

Original Format

Manuscript

Physical Dimensions

122 x 84 mm

Musical Notation

Square notation on a four-line staff

Material

Parchment

Origin Location

Upper Rhine, Eastern France (Strasbourg?)

Text

"Benedictus es Domine Deus," Hymn of the Three Children for Ember Saturday of Advent

Decoration Description

Non-figural flourished initial in blue and red (height corresponding to one line of text and one musical staff); non-figural initial in black and red (height corresponding to one line of text and half of one musical staff); plain red initial (height corresponding to one line of text and half of one musical staff); plain blue initial (height corresponding to one line of text and half of one musical staff); black letter E of refrain "Et laudabilis" highlighted in red

Files

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Collection

Citation

“Gradual, Western MS 097, 013v,” Chant Manuscripts, accessed October 21, 2018, https://chantmanuscripts.omeka.net/items/show/3722.

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