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fragment : date and origin ?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob C Wegman 9 hours ago. 32 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 ?
"@ 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…"
11 hours ago
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…"
11 hours ago
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,…"
Wednesday
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…"
Tuesday
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…"
Tuesday
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…"
Tuesday
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
Monday
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…"
Monday
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
andrew leckie replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Beaucoup de mercis de nouveau."
May 16, 2016
Miguel Baptista replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Je parlais de la ressemblance entre le manuscrit ici présent et celui de strasbourg en aucun cas je faisais un jugement donc si vous pouviez arreter d'être sur la défensive merci."
May 15, 2016
Oliver Gerlach replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Franchement, avec les neumes in campo aperto la datation est toujours comme proposée ici, mais on oublie souvent que on avait continu avec la notation adiastématique jusqu'au XIII siècle (j'ai plus confiance avec ce…"
May 15, 2016
andrew leckie replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Bluffante?  Non,  simplement un enthousiaste demandant l'expertise."
May 14, 2016
andrew leckie replied to andrew leckie's discussion fragment : date and origin ?
"Je suis le plus reconnaissant pour vos autres commentaires.  Ces fragments de Strasbourg sont très intéressantes.  Je ne pourrais pas trouver les dates spécifiques d'origine pour le f3 et le f4 ?"
May 14, 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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