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From: Ivy Ridge Books (Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. A leaf from a folio sized Latin hymnal, this framed piece of music will look striking on any wall. The page measures 13.75x9.5 and the framed piece measures 17.75x13. I am guessing 19th century, could be 18th, I was unable to determine what book this piece came from. Here is some information about the hymn 'Written by St. Ambrose (340-397), this hymn is a companion hymn to his Aeternae rerum Conditor. Splendor paternae gloriae is a beautiful morning hymn asking for help and guidance throughout the day. It is directed to the Trinity, and especially to Christ as the light of the world. The hymn is traditionally sung at Monday Lauds and is used in the Liturgia Horarum at Lauds for Monday of the first and third weeks of the Psalter during Ordinary Time. Seller Inventory # hymni

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A Manuscript Antiphonal Leaf, Spain, 16th Century.: Antiphonal Music Leaf

Antiphonal Music Leaf on Vellum

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From: William Matthews, Bookseller (Victoria, BC, Canada)

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About this Item: A single leaf on vellum, black square notation with custodes, five staves of five red lines on both sides. Size is 19cm x 26.5cm. Text is in Latin, from Mark:14. It begins on the recto: "manum in parapside: hic me tradet, filius quidem hominis vadit" and ends on the verso: "Respondens autem iudas, qui". One small red initial on the verso. Two small tape marks from matting, in the upper margin on the recto; clean and in excellent condition. Part of the Institutional Narrative of the Roman Catholic Mass. A handsome antiphonal leaf. Seller Inventory # 56242

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17th century Vellum Antiphonal Leaf: Unknown

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From: Sequitur Books (Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: 1650. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. 41 cm x 30.5 cm. Framed 17th century antiphonal leaf on vellum, circa 1650. 5 line staves. Handwritten in black and red ink in rotunda Gothic. Latin antiphonal with Pentacostal prayers. Soiling to vellum, light pencil marks to one side of leaf. 4 inch tear to margin of antiphonal affecting 3 letters of text. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. Seller Inventory # 1702070001

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Manuscript Antiphonal Leaf on Vellum (22" x: Illuminated Manuscript

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From: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA (Sun City West, AZ, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Very large (22" x 31") antiphonal leaf, on vellum, in late Gothic rotunda script, c. 1600. Text in Latin, staves are red, notes in black; large initial in red and blue. Very good, with a few short, closed tears at lower edge. Seller Inventory # 07882

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Manuscript Antiphonal Leaf on Vellum, Early 17th: Illuminated Manuscript

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About this Item: Very large (22" x 31") antiphonal leaf, on vellum, in late Gothic rotunda script, c. 1600. Text is in Latin, staves are red, notes are black; large initial in red and blue. Very good, with a few short, closed tears at lower edge. Seller Inventory # 07883

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Late 15h century Vellum Gregorian Chant Antiphonal: Unknown

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Published by France (1480)

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About this Item: France, 1480. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Late 15th century Gregorian chant in Textualis Gothic for Pentacostal service. 4 stave dating this prior to the 16th century when Gregorian Chants went to 5 stave. Elaborate illuminated capitals, handwritten in red, black and blue ink. Early versions of the Gregorian chants of Spiritus Domini replevit and Emitte spiritum tuum. Soiling to vellum, minor rubbing loss to rear of leaf. Contemporary faded ink note to bottom margin of rear of leaf. Seller Inventory # 1702070006

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Illuminated Manuscript; Antiphonal Leaf Renaissance Manuscript]

Published by German Circa 15th century

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From: Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: German Circa 15th century. Written in gothic letter in black, blue, red, gray and yellow-gold, with a very large and beautifully decorated initial capital over two inches tall, additional initials and fine penwork. Single folio leaf on vellum [15" x 10"], handsomely presented in cream mounting. Very finely preserved, very bright and very fresh and in excellent condition. Seller Inventory # 23130

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Illuminated Antiphonal Leaves

Published by ca. 16th century

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From: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA (New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: ca. 16th century. Condition: Slight soiling and smudging. Folio: 505 x 360mm. On recto and verso of each vellum leaf. Six staves ruled in red, musical notation in black, text in a fine, large gothic hand with varying large initial capitals in black and red. Folio. Antiphonals were books containing the sung portions of the Divine Office. These manuscript leaves are large, typical of the medieval book, so it could be shared by a choir. Folio: 505 x 360mm. On recto and verso of each vellum leaf. Six staves ruled in red, musical notation in black, text in a fine, large gothic hand with varying large initial capitals in black and red. Folio. Seller Inventory # 301458

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Large illuminated leaf from an Antiphonal centred: JERUSALEM] CORTESE, Christopher

JERUSALEM] CORTESE, Christopher (attributed to)

Published by Venice (1430)

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From: Hordern House Rare Books (Surry Hills, NSW, Australia)

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About this Item: Venice, 1430. Condition: In fine fresh condition. Illuminated leaf on vellum, 469 x 353 mm., with illuminated initial "I", 122 x 90 mm. (body of initial); initial on a burnished gold ground and painted in rich colours of blue, red, green and ochre, the initial extended with lush leafy decoration in similar colours with a bird-head terminal to form a full marginal border, several small gold balls around the decoration; square musical notation on red 4-line staves, 7 lines of interlinear text in a large rounded gothic script. Framed. A leaf of exceptional quality from an early fifteenth century Venetian Antiphonal. The extravagantly illuminated initial "I", which includes a wolf's head in the decoration, introduces the text: Ierusalem cito veni, a Responsory at Matins for the Second Sunday in Advent. The very rich colours of the foliate decoration are characteristic of the work of Christopher Cortese (fl.1409-39), the leading Venetian illuminator of his day. Seller Inventory # 3911457

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