Musicologie Médiévale

Resources for medieval musicology and liturgy

MSR-03
XV ▪ Antiphonaire à l’usage de l’abbaye Augustinienne des sœurs tertiaires du couvent de Sainte- Agathe d’Amersfoort aux Pays-Bas, notation à clous sur 4 lignes

 

MSR-05
XII ▪ Manuscrit originaire de Flandres ou du Nord-Est de la France, provenant de Canterbury; I. B. (John Bull ?). Théorie musicale avec diagramme et exemples musicaux : Boèce et Guido d'arezzo, notation alphabétique guidonienne, syllabique et neumatique de type messine sur quatre lignes et in campo aperto  ▪ RISM B III 6 - Guido d'Arezzo : les sources

 

MSR-06
XIV ▪ Bréviaire franciscain noté originaire d’Italie, notation carrée sur quatre lignes noirs avec la ligne de fa surlignée en rouge

 

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Yes, and I am presently working on a thesis for Master of Music unpacking this work MSR-03 for CANTUS.  Almost finished the inventory - and what a long job that has been!  And the work has a fascinating story to tell. The thesis should be complete in 2013 and will be at the University of Auckland, and online as well on my own website - as is my dissertation on the Offices of St David/Thomas Becket in the Penpont Antiphonal at Aberystwyth. see www.gillianlander.com/music.htm. The breviary MSR-06 has passages of music throughout, but its contents are mainly prayerful and the music is only a modest part of the work.

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