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Phillippe BERNARD, in Du Chant Romain au Chant grégorien (pp 35-37) parle d'un fragment en provenance de Fulda (Kassel, Land. Bibl und Murh. Bibl. Theol Fol 36, fragment 2) publié par Opfermann, laisse supposer des liens étroits avec la liturgie ROM. Donc du chant ROM à Fulda au IXème siècle...Etonnnant, non?

 

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Opfermann, Un frammento liturgico di Fulda Del IX secolo.pdf

 

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I have spent some time trying to locate the manuscript: unfortunately it has disappeared and is treated as one of the large number of Kassel manuscripts which went missing after the second world war. I'm not completely convinced about this, and nor was Bernhard Bischoff, whose notes say 'zuletzt offenbar VIII/57 gesehen'.  He also confirmed that it had been written at Fulda (but not the earlier suggestion that it was in the hand of Hrabanus Maurus).  The Kassel Library refered me to the Bischoff Nachlass in Munich: certainly BB had a photograph, but even that is now missing.  All that the Nachlass has is a very bad photocopy.  In this sense, the textual content as transcribed by Opfermann is currently the best resource.  There is also the study by Michel Huglo in Sacris Erudiri 6 (1954), 96-124.  All most unfortunate.

C'est bien de rendre cet article accessible sur le site, mais c'est une nouveauté d'il y a çà peu près cent ans !

Thank you Susan for your information about this fragment !

Susan Rankin said:

I have spent some time trying to locate the manuscript: unfortunately...

oui, mais malheureusement la disparition est toujours d'actualité !

Père Jacques-Marie Guilmard said:

C'est bien de rendre cet article accessible sur le site, mais c'est une nouveauté d'il y a çà peu près cent ans !

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