|Title:||Antiphonarium ordinis [manuscript]|
|Other Titles:||Add.Ms. 365|
|Abstract:||"Soli Deo sanctisque eius sit perpetuo omnis laus atque gloria"--T.p. [Spain? ; 1781]. 18th century antiphonary, with 7 staves per page. The staves, and initials and subtitles, are in red ink, the notes and text in black ink. Ornamental t.p. with chronogram in red and black ink. Letter height approx. 8 mm. 7 blank leaves at the end of the pages' sequence. The antiphonary, a song book for use in a liturgical choir in the Roman Catholic liturgy, was mainly used for singing Mass or the canonical Hours (antiphonarium officii). This antiphonary was compiled and written for use in a nunnery of the Servants of Mary (Order of Servites).|
|Description:||1 choir book (140 p.) ; 37 cm. Well preserved and carefully written late 18th century antiphonary, bound in contemporary full brown leather binding, raised back. The binding with considerable wear, upper joint fully cracked.|
|Appears in Collections:||Liturgical manuscripts|
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