German - diastematic Hufnagel

Xanten, Stiftsarchiv und -bibliothek St. Viktor H 140 (3)

H 140 consists of 3 volumes, roughly bound with cardboard. Three volumes form one Graduale, at least what is left of what once was a graduale. Only eight pieces can be named, four of which are only fragments. The sequentiary seems to have been based on that of H 109, but one cannot be sure. Clearly 16th century, perhaps evan as late as 1600.

Graduale Herbipolense iussu atque authoritate

See Theodore Karp. “Some Notkerian Sequences in Germanic Print Culture of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries,” in Western Plainchant in the First Millennium, Studies in the Medieval Liturgy and its music, edd. S. Gallagher, J. Haar, J. Nadas, T. Striplin. 399-428. 2003

Regensburg, Fürst Thurn und Taxis Hofbibliothek, F.K. mus. 84

David Hiley. Quae pia, quae religiosa, quae recta ... Über die Vielfalt mittelalterlicher Gesangstraditionen, dargestellt am Beispiel der Choralhandschriften aus Neresheim, Obermarchtal und Regensburg. In Choralhandschriften in Regensburger Bibliotheken, 10-24. Regensburg: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 1999.

Regensburg, Fürst Thurn und Taxis Hofbibliothek, F.K. mus. 7/11

Collection of Sequences for bMv:a — additions at beginningb — two sequencesc — first complete cycle (alphabetical)d — second cycle (alphabetical)e— Zusätze added by later hand. f— later additionsDavid Hiley. Quae pia, quae religiosa, quae recta ... Über die Vielfalt mittelalterlicher Gesangstraditionen, dargestellt am Beispiel der Choralhandschriften aus Neresheim, Obermarchtal und Regensburg. In Choralhandschriften in Regensburger Bibliotheken, 10-24. Regensburg: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 1999.Herr Thomayer: earliest of Neresheim manuscripts, early

Regensburg, Fürst Thurn und Taxis Hofbibliothek, F.K. mus. 5/II

Graduale, only Sanctorale and Commune [i.e., without Temporale]David Hiley. Quae pia, quae religiosa, quae recta ... Über die Vielfalt mittelalterlicher Gesangstraditionen, dargestellt am Beispiel der Choralhandschriften aus Neresheim, Obermarchtal und Regensburg. In Choralhandschriften in Regensburger Bibliotheken, 10-24. Regensburg: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 1999.

Regensburg, Fürst Thurn und Taxis Hofbibliothek, F.K. mus. 43/II

First part of book an AntiphonerSecond part “Graduale” (28-48)Third part votive masses for Virgin through year (49-59)Fourth part: Marian sequences — alphabeticalHerr Thomayer mitte DrittelDavid Hiley. Quae pia, quae religiosa, quae recta ... Über die Vielfalt mittelalterlicher Gesangstraditionen, dargestellt am Beispiel der Choralhandschriften aus Neresheim, Obermarchtal und Regensburg. In Choralhandschriften in Regensburger Bibliotheken, 10-24. Regensburg: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 1999.

Regensburg, Fürst Thurn und Taxis Hofbibliothek, F.K. mus. 42/II

Marian Sequentiary — alphabetical orderDavid Hiley. Quae pia, quae religiosa, quae recta ... Über die Vielfalt mittelalterlicher Gesangstraditionen, dargestellt am Beispiel der Choralhandschriften aus Neresheim, Obermarchtal und Regensburg. In Choralhandschriften in Regensburger Bibliotheken, 10-24. Regensburg: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 1999.

Regensburg, Fürst Thurn und Taxis Hofbibliothek, F.K. mus. 1/II

David Hiley. Quae pia, quae religiosa, quae recta ... Über die Vielfalt mittelalterlicher Gesangstraditionen, dargestellt am Beispiel der Choralhandschriften aus Neresheim, Obermarchtal und Regensburg. In Choralhandschriften in Regensburger Bibliotheken, 10-24. Regensburg: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 1999. Manuscript carries the date 1624, but the sequentiary is earlier. Herr Thomayer sagt “bestimmt vor 1600, wahrscheinlich um die Mitte des 16. Jhr.”

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