Notated Music Image 5 of [Notated Office book of Franciscan Sisters with Processional chant].
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- [Notated Office book of Franciscan Sisters with Processional chant].
- Contributor Names
- Catholic Church.
- Third Order Regular of St. Francis.
- Created / Published
- Subject Headings
- - Candlemas music
- - Palm Sunday music
- - Maundy Thursday music
- - Antiphons (Music)
- - Hymns, Latin--15th century
- - Hymns, Latin--16th century
- - Sacred vocal music--15th century
- - Sacred vocal music--16th century
- - Latin words.
- - Processional chant for the Purification, Psalm Sunday, and the Mandatum of Maundy Thursday; Commendations; Responsories for the Office of the Dead; Proses; Litany; rubric in French with prayer; Dulcissime Domine; Office of St. Louis Francorum rex; ordinary of Franciscan brothers and 15th century instructions for Matins.
- - Title from: Schutzner. Medieval and Renaissance ms. bks.
- - Rubricated in red; text in late Gothic script.
- - Four-line staves in red ink; 18 lines of text or 6 lines of text with 6 staves of music.
- - Square black neumes.
- - Schutzner, Svato. Medieval and renaissance manuscript books in the Library of Congress : a descriptive catalog, MS 36, p. 231-236
- - Bequest ; Justine Bayard Ward ; July 8, 1976.
- - France, late 15th cent. or early 16th cent.
-  leaves of ms. music ; 17 cm.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- M2147 XV M2
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- Library of Congress Control Number
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The contents of the Library of Congress 10th-16th Century Liturgical Chants Collection are in the public domain and are free to use and reuse.
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Catholic Church, Third Order Regular Of St. Francis, and Franciscans. Notated Office book of Franciscan Sisters with Processional chant. [15--?, 1500] Notated Music. http://www.surfoboards.com/item/2008562778/.
APA citation style:
Catholic Church, Third Order Regular Of St. Francis & Franciscans. (1500) Notated Office book of Franciscan Sisters with Processional chant. [15--?] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, http://www.surfoboards.com/item/2008562778/.
MLA citation style:
Catholic Church, Third Order Regular Of St. Francis, and Franciscans. Notated Office book of Franciscan Sisters with Processional chant. [15--?, 1500] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.surfoboards.com/item/2008562778/>.
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