Bonjour,

Je cherche la (ou les) source(s) de ces mélodies des lectures des matines de Noël.

En particulier, s'il en existe un ou plusieurs manuscrits in campo aperto, j'aimerais les connaître.

Dans tous les cas, des copies de ces sources manuscrites ou des liens vers ces copies m'intéressent.

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  • Et voici un exemple d'interprétation (un enfant de la manécanterie d'Encalcat).

    Querlqu'un aurait-il une source MANUSCRITE de cette mélodie ?

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  • Je dois préciser de quelle mélodie il s'agit. Voici l'exemple de la seconde lecture des Matines de Noël (donné par Solesmes dans son "In nocte Nativitatis Domini juxta ritum monasticum" (Desclée 1936). Le ton est annoncé  "solemnior, ad libitum pro lectionibus primi nocturni" :

    Matines Noël004-fp1.jpg

  • The "solemn tone ad libitum" (Liber usualis, no. 2, English edition p. 120) is, if memory serves, first found in Guidetti's Directorium chori. But I assume that you are referring to the "Ancient tone" (Liber usualis, no. 3, English edition p. 121)?

    I too have often wondered about the source(s) for this tone. Peter Wagner gave a transcription of the tone that he says came from the Cistercian correctorium or Normalbuch, Dijon, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 114 (Cîteaux, ca. 1190). But he does not give a folio number (Einführung in die gregorianischen Melodien, vol. 3, p. 38): https://archive.org/stream/einfhrungindie03wagn#page/38/mode/2up

    I also note that he did not include this example in his earlier list of notated texts in the manuscript (Einführung, vol. 2, p. 450 n. 1): https://archive.org/stream/einfhrungindie02wagn#page/450/mode/2up

    I have just quickly glanced through the whole manuscript, which has been digitized, and I didn't notice any notation of this lesson tone. But perhaps someone with more time will have keener eyes than mine! 

    http://patrimoine.bm-dijon.fr/pleade/img-viewer/MS00114/iipviewer.h...

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