CDN-Mlr MS Medieval 0176 (fragment)
Gradual, one leaf, Flemish? Adiastematic notation.
Liturgical occasions: 
Holy Saturday, Easter.

"Part of one leaf containing one column of text (lower margin is missing). 36 lines on recto and 35 on verso, from which thirteen, on recto, and seven, on verso, contain musical notation. In Latin, on vellum. Probably written in the 15th century, gothic characters, unknown origin. 296x130 mm.; written surface 275x092 mm. Wormholed, large hole on upper part of fragment. Probably used for binding. Brown ink, red rubrics, one and two-line initials in red ink.

From Sabbato sancto. r. in quo non est iniquitas iustus et sanctus Dominus (with musical notation). Followed by orationes, Paul's Ad Colossenses (Col. 3) and Matthew's: Vespere autem Sabbati quae (Mat. 28) lucescit in prima Sabbati venit v. Maria Magdalene et altera Maria videre Populus acquisitionis annunciate virtute eius qui
vos de tenebris vocatur."

(Holland, Anne Marie, compiler. "MS Medieval 176." Long Descriptions Ms Medieval Manuscript Antiphonals, Missals and Graduals. Digitization and Cataloguing Project- Antiphonals, Missals and Gradual. Updated December 6, 2018), 22-23.

Complete / partial inventory: 
complete inventory
Full source / fragment: 
Fragment or Fragmented