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MS 1488

Beginning of the Pentekostarion notated with developed Coislin notation (f. 125v)

Oktoechos notated with intermediate Chartres notation (f. 194v)

XI • Triodion, Pentekostarion and Oktoechos with Coislin (standard repertoire of the moveabe cycle) and Chartres notation (Oktoechos and apokryphs):

  • Triodion (ff. 1r-125v)
  • Pentekostarion (f. 125v-177v)
  • Oktoechos with prosomoia (ff. 178r-217v)

MS 1527

Troparia during Hesperinos (f. 310v)

1434 • 6 very bad reproductions (ff. 310v-315r) of an Akolouthiai manuscript with Middle Byzantine notation (the red ink is almost invisible although this picture was changed in contrast, the description at the Library of Congress is unreliable).

Reference

Vol.9. TRIODIUM ATHOUM
Edd. ENRlCA FOLLIERI et OLIVER STRUNK
Pars Principalis et Pars Suppletoria
Copenhague 1975
[ISBN 87-16-02117-7]
(reproduction integrale du Cod. Athous Vatoped. 1488)

Tags: Akolouthiai, Athos, Manuscrits, Oktoechos, Old Byzantine notation, Sticherarion

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The image of MS 1527 is the beginning of Constantinopolitan cathedral vespers: Ps 85 followed by the Teleutaion antiphon for martyrs.

Thank you, dear Alexander.

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