Gradual, Western MS 097, 341v

Title

Gradual, Western MS 097, 341v

Subject

Liturgy

Date

1300-1325

Format

still image

Language

Latin

Type

Liturgical Book

Identifier

Western MS 097, 341v

Extent

341 leaves

Provenance

Ioannis Jacobus Pillman, Louis-Auguste Himly, Bibl. Brunner Sept. 2528

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

Conclusion of Ite missa est "in toto duplici"

Decoration Description

Plain blue initial (height corresponding to one line of text and one musical staff)

Files

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Collection

Citation

“Gradual, Western MS 097, 341v,” Chant Manuscripts, accessed August 18, 2018, https://chantmanuscripts.omeka.net/items/show/4378.

Comments

Julia

The advanced Gradual dependably consists of two song verses, for the most part (but not generally) taken from a similar hymn. There are a couple of Write my Assignment Graduals that use a book of scripture other than the Psalms (for instance, the verse for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception is from the Book of Judith).

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