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Notated Music [Choir manual]

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  • [Choir manual]

Created / Published

  • [14--?]


  • [Liturgical commmemorative prayers for the dead] -- Circumdederunt me gemitus mortis ; Venite exultemus -- Ordo ad officium kalendrum post festu[m] scī mychaelis.


  • -  Catholic Church--Liturgy
  • -  Psalms (Music)--95th Psalm
  • -  Divine office (Music)


  • -  Office prayers and chant for the dead; Marian votive chants.
  • -  Latin words.
  • -  Rubricated; text in Gothic lettering.
  • -  Four- or five-line staves, all lines in black ink, with C and G or F and C clefs, eight or nine staves to page.
  • -  Hufnagel neumes.
  • -  Title from: Schutzner, Svato. Medieval and Renaissance ms. bks.
  • -  Lower Rhine or on the Baltic?
  • -  Purchased at the sale of the estate of William Hayman Cummings; London, 17 May 1917, n. 995.
  • -  Schutzner, Svato. Medieval and renaissance manuscript books in the Library of Congress : a descriptive catalog, MS 19, p. 131-135
  • -  Ricci, S. de. Census of medieval and renaissance mss., p. 244, no. 164


  • 1 ms. score (12 leaves) ; 29 x 21 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • M2147 XIV M2

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Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2008562460

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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.

Credit Line: Library of Congress, Music Division.

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Choir Manual. [14--?, 1400] Notated Music.

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(1400) Choir Manual. [14--?] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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Choir Manual. [14--?, 1400] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.