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    • [Antifonario Códice "Libro de Coro"] 

      Unknown author (1700)
      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 the ...
    • Antiphonal Augustinian 

      Unknown author (1457)
      This is an antiphonal for the day offices copied for Augustinian use. It is decorated with seventeen illuminations which were individually cut out from earlier manuscripts of various origin and pasted in. In addition to ...
    • Antiphonal on vellum 

      Unknown author ([Spain?], [publisher not identified], 1642)
      Title supplied by cataloguer. Large folio manuscript antiphonary on vellum, containing the text of numerous psalms, with requiem mass. Original wooden boards with studs, very worn. Signed and dated by the calligrapher on ...
    • Antiphonarium 

      Unknown author (1603)
      Latin text written in Iberian gothic, black square music natation on red five-line staves. Six staves and six lines of text each page. Decorated initials in red and blue. Based on the text, though pasted under a slip of ...
    • [Antiphonarium : a collection of 30 leaves from an antiphonal] 

      Unknown author (1480)
      A collection of 30 leaves from an antiphonal. [Spain? ; ca. 1480]Title supplied by cataloguer. Six staves per page. The staves are in red ink with square musical notes and the text in black. Decorated initials in red and ...
    • Antiphonarium ordinis 

      Unknown author (1781)
      [Spain?,; 1781?]. Well preserved and carefully written late 18th century antiphonary with 7 staves per page. The staves, and initials and subtitles, are in red ink, the text in black ink. Bound in contemporary full brown ...
    • Antiphonarium ordinis 

      Unknown author (1780)
      Seven staves per page. The staves are in red ink, the notes and text in black ink. Bound in contemporary full brown leather with a raised gilt back. This antiphonary was compiled and written for use in a nunnery of the ...
    • Antiphonarium ordinis 1781 

      Unknown author (1781)
      "Soli Deo et sanctis eius exhlbeatur omnis laus et gloria" Ornamental t.p. with chronogram in red and black ink. Bound in contemporary full brown leather, with some wear. There are 7 staves per page. The staves are in red ...
    • Antiphonarium ordinis [manuscript] 

      Unknown author (1781)
      "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 ...
    • The Four Passions [music] : Matthew, Mark, Luke and John 

      Unknown author (1599)
      Medium size manuscript containing four Passions and at the end the Mandatum. In the colophon the scribe is identified as Petrus Colom (?Colomares) In civitate Burgensis anno Domini 1599 Para la Yglesia de Santa Maria del ...
    • Gradual, ordinary and proper of time 

      Unknown author (1600)
      Handwritten Gregorian gradual executed on vellum. 2 vols.: (1) 51.5 x 36 cm., writing template of 40 x 24 cm. 148 folios, numbered XVIII to CLXVI. (II) 51.5 x 36 cm., writing template of 42.5 x 26 cm. ( First part) [Ordinary ...
    • Gradual, proper of time, from the first Sunday of Advent to Passion Sunday 

      Unknown author (1580)
      Holograph, written on both sides of leaf. Mediaeval manuscript choirbook on vellum (ca. 53 x 36 cm.); executed ca. 1580 in Salamanca, Spain; massive binding of thick wooden boards covered with tanned leather, ruled in ...
    • [Gradual, proper of time] 

      Unknown author (1600)
      Handwritten Gregorian gradual on vellum(c 16--). 48 x 36 cm., writing template of 41.5 x 26.5 cm. 203 folios, with double numbering: period Roman and later Arabic. Lacking folios 176 and 192, loss of parchment in the lower ...
    • [Gradual, proper of time]. 

      Unknown author ([Spain], [between 1500 and 1599], 1599)
      Mediaeval manuscript choirbook on vellum. Binding of wooden boards covered with leather binding with brass bosses and clasps; 7 lines of text in a rounded Gothic hand and of music on a five-line red stave, rubric in red, ...
    • [Illuminated Spanish responsorial] 

      Unknown author (1535)
      [Spain, ca. 1535-1540] This responsorial contains a remarkable depiction of an American turkey, one of the earliest extant illustrations of American fauna to appear in Europe and certainly the earliest illustration of ...
    • [Late 17th-century Spanish antiphonal] 

      Unknown author (1675)
      [Spain], ca. 1675. This volume contains multiple settings of several sections of the Mass, including the Asperges, Kyrie, Gloria (including one setting with additional clauses praising the Virgin Mary), Credo and Sanctus.
    • Marian Antiphonal 

      Unknown author (1600)
      Handwritten antiphonal totally executed on vellum, most probably produced for use in a convent of Hieronymite nuns, under the advocation of Our Lady of the Snows (c 17th or 18th century). Text in 5 parts: (I) 48 folios, ...
    • [Officium de septem dolorium Hebdomade] 

      Unknown author ([Spain], [publisher not identified], [between 1500-1599], 1500)
      A manuscript on paper with 12 lines per page. To p. 168 it is by the same hand. The last gathering of 10 leaves is from an older manuscript, also on paper, with 16 lines per page. Bound with old oak boards with metal bosses ...
    • [Officium tenebrae] 

      Unknown author (1580)
      An entirely handwritten psalter which seems to be of Spanish origin. This book of plainsong was used to celebrate the Office of Darkness during Triduum Pascal (Feria V in Coena Domine, lectione IX-Feria VI in Parasceve, ...
    • Pro choro abbatissæ 

      Unknown author (1776)
      Handwritten antiphonary. Placebos are Vespers of the Dead. Named from the beginning of the first Antiphon (Ps. 116:9, after the Vulgate version: 114:9). Music noted with anthems written in red and black. Page 23 and its ...