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Oxford, Bodleian Library, canon. liturg. 340

Rudolf Flotzinger. Choralhandschriften österreichischer Provenienz in der Bodleian Library/Oxford. Edited by Othmar Wessely, Veröffentlichungen der Kommission für Musikforschung Heft 26. Vienna, 1991. Pp. 49-66See Bannister’s not (Aug. ‘96) in back of ms. Compares 340 with 346 as well. “prose ‘qui sunt isti’ has an additgional strophe mentioning Aquileia which is found in no other version of the prose.” f. 150r: Salvat vos lucas medicus et alta fremens Marcus qui primo Aquilegie conscripsit evengelium. Bannister very briefly compares the ms to cpv 1021 and 13314.

Graz, Universitätsbibliothek 1584

R. Flotzinger. “Frügeschichte und Mittelalter,” in Musik in der Steiermark. Katalogh der Landesausstellung 1980, ed. R. Flotzinger. Graz, 1980. 93-122. see esp. p. 109.

Dresden, Sächsische Landesbibliothek, A. 122

Les sources p. 48—Missel (pars hiemalis), avec quelques séquences aux fęte. Only “winter” part, i.e., Advent through Lent.Last feast in ms: Good Friday (Popule meus—f. 85v)Rubrics very difficult to read on mf, hence omitted in analysis

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 13 125

Three sections for sequences:a. 102r-127v, nos. a1-a38. Seems to have been original sequentiary for the codes.b. 128r-132v, nos. b1-b7. End of an older sequentiary—five folios, probably added to fill out repertoire. Only duplication is “Congaudent” fragment on first folio. c. 153v: two sequences added at end of ms.

Gniezno, Archiwum Archidiecezjalne, 149

See discussion of Prosarium by Bieganskis, AMP11, pp. 107-125.

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