"Fragment in bifolium used for binding. Vellum, in latin, 14th century. In textualis gothic. Unknown origin. Light-brown ink, rubrics in faded red. Initials faded to pale-blue and brownish red. Musical notation with text. f. 1. 200x095 mm., writing surface 180x067 mm. f. 2. 205x200 mm., writing surface 185x140 mm.
Contents: f. 1r. a lingua dolosa (end of musica notation) Oremus (faded red ink). Initial (A) in faded blue. fifteen lines of text: ....et adiuvando pseq... Initial (I) in margin, along seven lines of text: In diebus illis....(in brownish red) Musical notation: Benedictus es Domine.... Initial (B) in faded blue v. Musical notation throughout, with text at the bottom of the light-brown ink drawn staves. (sa)nctum regni tui.... .... Benedictus es Domi- f. 2r. In Festo Transfigurationis Domini F (four-line initial in faded blue, with light-brown ink single and double bars) ratres. Rogamus vos. corripite inquietos, consolamini pussilanimes..... 15 lines of text Ad Thessalonicenses, I, 5, 14-23. Ends with musical notation: Laudate Dominum omnes gentes et collaudate eum omnes populi v. sum seorsum. Et transfiguratus est ante eos...donec a mortuis resurgat filius hominis (Mat. XVII, 1-9) Musical notation with text: Domine Deus salutis.
Provenance: Presented by J.R.Redpath, 1938 (agent: von Scherling)."
(Holland, Anne Marie, compiler. "MS Medieval 208". Long Descriptions Ms Medieval Manuscript Antiphonals, Missals and Graduals. Digitization and Cataloguing Project- Antiphonals, Missals and Gradual. Updated December 6, 2018), 27-28.