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Started this discussion. Last reply by Oliver Gerlach Jul 2. 39 Replies

Bonjour a tous.Can anyone help me with the date and origin of this fragment please.  It looks to me to be from an 11/12 C gradual, with its Carolingian script and adiastematic neumes.  It’s the…Continue

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Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"It seems here in Italy you are well adviced not to rely on the given infrastructure (which forces you to carry your own equipment around), but the fact that the government is so afraid of education points also at the real value things have, despite…"
Jul 2
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Please apologise, if my "offerings" here are not on that level, although I try my very best ;) But thank you very much for pointing out this interesting publication of yours."
Jun 28
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"En tous cas ces résultats (en comparaison avec la quanité des manuscrits numérises latins) font évident que la numérisations des manuscrits grecs a une priorité si basse vers un degré qui doit laisser…"
Jun 27
Dominique Gatté replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Il y a de plus en plus de numérisation direct des manuscrits grecs à la…"
Jun 26
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"I wonder, why your reply is not visible in the activity bar. I am not sure what "the economy of gifts" is supposed to mean (when I make a gift, it is simply a gift, even if it is money for Andrew Leckie, at least according to his…"
Jun 26
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"@ Rob Wegman I also owe nobody my expertise, if I do not like to. First of all, Andrew did not offer any explanation in front of us as far as the prices are concerned (although I am grateful to be enligtened by him about the difference between…"
Jun 24
andrew leckie replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Rob,  Thank you.  I really appreciate your comments.  As I say above,  I see myself as  a temporary (and fortunate) custodian of this and other leaves.  I learn and draw pleasure from them and then move them along to…"
Jun 24
andrew leckie replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Thank you for your thoughtful reply, Oliver, I greatly appreciate it.I would like to assure you that I never compromise the integrity of the leaves I am fortunate enough to be the temporary custodian of. I NEVER attempt any restoration, cleaning,…"
Jun 21
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Quite honestly, I had no hard feelings to deal with art objects or cultural heritage, although sometimes it is ambiguous indeed. Since you asked for an expert opinion, i strongly advice against home-made “restaurations”, because in case…"
Jun 20
Miguel Baptista replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
", you are incorrect in your assumptions. I bought this leaf because of my passionate interest in medieval documents. I was familiar with Carolingian script but had never come across adiastematic neumes before and was keen to understand this notation…"
Jun 20
andrew leckie replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"With respect Miguel , you are incorrect in your assumptions. I bought this leaf because of my passionate interest in medieval documents. I was familiar with Carolingian script but had never come across adiastematic neumes before and was keen to…"
Jun 20
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
Jun 19
Miguel Baptista replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Trouvé sur le site de Andrew Leckie :http://litterascripta.com.au/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_6&products_id=348Acheté 4500 euros revendu 8800 euros.... No comment.... Après on s'étonne de la…"
Jun 19
andrew leckie replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"A very interesting and valued response. Many thanks."
Jul 13, 2016
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Andrew Leckie is quoted: Of course, some scribes in certain regions (especially Austria) did know about these innovations, but like the scribes of Saint Gall they did not regard them as a real progress, instead they continued their own concept of an…"
Jul 13, 2016
Dominique Gatté replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"je retrouve votre photo ici : Pre-Gutenberg manuscripts illuminated at Melbourne's Rare Book Fair Read more:…"
Jul 13, 2016

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Grégorien, Liturgie, Théorie musicale, Manuscrits (paléographie)
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medieval illuminated manuscript leaves and early printed leaves
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At 15:35 on May 19, 2012, Père Jacques-Marie Guilmard said…

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