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1Title:  [Spanish antiphonary]   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5397. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. One volume of a Spanish antiphoner, this volume includes antiphons, responsories, invitatories, and hymns for the hours of vespers, matins, and laudes for the feasts of the Nativity, Ascension, Pentecost, and Holy Trinity. Collation: Parchment, fol. 182 (foliated in pencil 1-179); 1²(including front pastedown) 2-5¹⁰ 6² 7-10¹⁰ 11⁵(+5) 12-14¹⁰ 15⁸ 16-21¹⁰. Layout: Written in 9 long lines, ruled in lead- and hard-point; guide letters occasionally visible; text occasionally re-written over faded ink and parchment pasted over areas damaged by ink. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Medium red and blue initials with red, blue, and purple pen-flourishing fol. 2r and 84r (with border on right side of page of red and blue fleur-de-lis), 13v, 44r, 54r, 60r, 85r, 123r, 131v, 173r, 178v; medium red and blue initials; small alternating red and blue initials. Music: Red 4-line staves with black square notation, 3 staves per page. Occasional revisions to music and text included scraping and re-notating, whiting out of notes, pasted on paper and parchment, and addition of flats in a later hand. Fol. 58v two staves added in later hand with text "Christus natus est nobis [rubr.] v. Venite adoremus." Origin: Possibly written in northern Spain, 16th century. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (182 leaves) : parchment ; 434 x 341 (320 x 260) mm, in binding 464 x 370 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Guide letters | Brass bosses (Binding) | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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2Title:  [Spanish antiphonary]   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5398. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. One volume of a Spanish antiphoner; this volume includes antiphons and hymns for vespers, matins, and lauds for the feasts of St. Lawrence, Decollation of John the Baptist, Exaltation of the Holy Cross, St. Michael Archangel, All Saints, St. Martin, St. Cecilia, and St. Clement. Collation: Parchment, fol. 79 (paginated in black ink 1-138; foliated in modern pencil 4-79); 1-3⁸ 4⁶(-6) 5³(+3) 6-10⁸ 11⁶(-5, -6) 12³(-1, +2) 13²(-2); prickings visible in outer margin; leaves mended by sewing and pasted on parchment. Layout: Written in 13 long lines, ruled in hard-point and frame ruled in red. Script: Written in southern textura in approximately 4 different hands; hand A: fol. 1r-29v, 32r-76v; hand B: fol. 30r-31v; hand C: fol. 77r-78v; hand D: fol. 79. Decoration: Fol. 1v large blue and pink "L" on a green background with foliate elements; fol. 15v large yellow "H" on an orange background with foliate elements in red, blue, and green; fol. 30r large orange and green "V" on a yellow background with foliate elements; fol. 49r large green and blue "D" on a red background with foliate elements; fol. 77r large gold "T"; medium red initials; medium black strapwork intials. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square notation; 5 staves per page. Origin: Written in Spain, 16th century. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (79 leaves) : parchment ; 772 x 552 (650 x 400) mm, in binding 819 x 595 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Strapwork Spain 1500-1599 | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Brass bosses (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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3Title:  [Spanish antiphonary]   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5399. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. One volume of a Spanish antiphoner, this volume includes antiphons, responsories, invitatories, and hymns for the hours of vespers, matins, and laudes for the feasts of the Assumption and Nativity of the B.V.M., and All Saints. Collation: Parchment, fol. 216 (foliated in modern pencil 1-216); 1²(including front pastedown) 2-8¹⁰ 9² 10⁸ 11-16¹⁰ 17⁸(-1, -8) 18-23¹⁰ 24⁸ 25²(including rear pastedown). Layout: Written in 3 long lines, ruled in lead-point; directions to rubricator occasionally visible. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Medium red and blue initials; small alternating red and blue initials; small black initials with red highlighting. Music: Red 4-line staves with black square notation; 3 staves per page. Origin: Possibly written in northern Spain, 16th century. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (216 leaves) : parchment ; 437 x 338 (335 x 259) mm, in binding 463 x 358 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Guide letters Spain 1500-1599 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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4Title:  [Spanish gradual]   
 Alt. Title:  Gradual (Pre-Vatican II)   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5387. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. One volume of a Spanish gradual, split into several books; this volume includes introits, graduals, Alleluias, offertories, and communions for the twenty-three Sundays after Pentecost, and Ember Days. Collation: Parchment, fol. 96 (foliated in red ii-xiiii, xvi-xl, xlii-lvii, lix-xcviii, c-ci, rear pastedown foliated cii (some numbers partially trimmed off or obscured by damage to manuscript); 1⁸(-1) 2⁸(-7) 3-5⁸ 6⁸(-1) 7² 8⁸(-8) 9-13⁸ 14³(-1, +3); pastedowns formed from first leaf of quire 1 and last(?) leaf of quire 14; catchwords. Layout: Written in 6 long lines, ruled in hard point. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Large red and blue "D" with red and blue pen flourishing and pen-flourished border (front pastedown); red and blue initials with red and blue pen flourishing; alternating blue and red initials with red and blue pen flourishing respectively; black strapwork initials (some with faces or foliate elements) with yellow color washing. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square notation; 6 staves per page. Origin: Written in Spain, 16th century. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (96 leaves) : parchment ; 574 x 406 (445 x 270) mm, in binding 664 x 448 mm 
 Subjects:  Graduals (Liturgical books) -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Graduals Spain | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Strapwork Spain 1500-1599 | Painted leather (Binding) | Brass bosses (Binding) | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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5Title:  [Spanish hymnary]   
 Alt. Title:  Hymnary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Geronimo, Juo. | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5392. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. A Spanish hymnary that includes hymns for the hours of vespers, matins, and lauds for the feasts of Advent through Corpus Christi, Marian feasts, Name of Jesus, Conversion of St. Paul, and Saints Martina, and Hermenegild. Collation: Parchment, fol. 69 (foliated in red 60, 2-8, 129-131, 9-59); 1¹³(+1, +10-13) 2⁴ 3-8⁸ 9⁴(+1, +4); parchment tabs; prickings visible in outer margin. Layout: Written primarily in 5 and 15 long lines, ruled in hard point, lead point, and frame ruled in red. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Fol. 2v large initial "C" with Saint Francis, full-page decorative border with peacocks and other birds, hearts with wounds of Christ, and armorial device of four white and black fleur-de-lis with black and white stars in upper corners of shield; fol. 10r large pink and yellow initial "M" with Mary, on a background of foliate elements, within a pink and blue border; fol. 11v large blue, pink, and gold initial "B" with foliate elements, within a blue and pink border; fol. 17v red initials with red flowers; red and blue initials; small red initials. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square note and measured notation; 5 staves per page. Several hymns have notes scrapped and renotated; occasionally sharps, flats, fermatas, and mensuration signs have been added by a later hand. Origin: Written in Spain, 1689. "Año de 1689" in scroll of caligraphic initials fol. 25r and 43r; calligraphic initials on fol. 48v and 52r signed "Fr. Juo. Geronimo." Probably Franciscan in origin due to the portrait of St. Francis on fol. 2v. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (69 leaves) : parchment ; 730 x 530 (617 x 371) mm, in binding 799 x 590 mm 
 Subjects:  Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1689 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1689 | Spain 1689 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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6Title:  [Franciscan choir book]   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5389. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. A Franciscan choir book probably produced in the region of Extremadura, Spain, includes a Kyriale, masses for the Virgin Mary, requiem mass, mass of the Blessed Sacrament, mass chants for Saint Fructus, office chants for Saint Cecilia, Anthony of Padua, Saint Didacus, Saint Peter of Alcantara, and Saint Joseph. Collation: Parchment, fol. 121 (foliated in contemporary(?) black ink 1-97); 1² 2-8⁸ 9⁹(-2) 10-12⁸ 13-20² 21²(-1) 22⁵(+5); prickings visible in upper and outer margin; leaves mended by sewing. Layout: Written chiefly in 5 long lines, frame ruled in lead point; other leaves vary between 3-9 long lines, ruled in lead- and hard-point. Script: Written in southern textura in approximately 7 different hands; hand A: fol. 3v-99v; hand B; 3r (bottom of leaf), 100-115v; hand C: 116r-116v; hand D: 1r-2v; 117r-120r; hand E: 121r-121v; hand F: fol. 3r (top of leaf). Decoration: Fol. 3v large red and blue "A" in double line frame with background of red and brown cross-hatching and foliate decoration in negative space with some yellow highlighting, corner border with similar decoration; fol. 4v medium red "V" in single line frame on background of blue and red cross-hatching; red and gold initials within red decorative border (fol. 1r, 2r); blue initial within red decorative border (fol. 121r); red initials, some decorated with blue dots, some with loops (fol. 3r, 100r-115v); blue initial with red loops and blue dots (fol. 106v); medium red and blue initials (some alternating); medium black strapwork initials with yellow color-wash; medium black strapwork initials; small black strapwork initials (fol. 1v, 117v-120r); red litterae notabiliores (fol. 84r-88v); yellow color-washed litterae notabiliores; some decorative descenders touched with yellow color wash. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square and measured notation, 5 staves per page; fol. 114r and 115v 3 staves per page; fol. 1r, 2v, 100r-101v, 103r-106v, 107v-108v, 110v-111v, 112v-113v, 114v-115r, 117r, 119r 6 staves per page; fol. 1v-2r, 102r, 116r, 118r-118v, 119v, 120r, 121r-121v 7 staves per page; fol. 102r and 107r 8 staves per page; fol. 116v 9 staves per page; "Credo romano", Credo "para los dias solem[n]es," and the sequence "Veni sancte spiritus" in measured notation. Origin: Probably written in Extremadura, Spain, 17th century; fol. 100-115 probably later; probably Franciscan in origin based upon the inclusion of saints Peter of Alcantara, Anthony of Padua, and Diadacus. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (121 leaves) : parchment ; 539-587 x 368-386 (416-430 x 280-285) mm, in binding 631 x 413 mm 
 Subjects:  Franciscans -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Textura (Gothic script) Spain Extremadura 1600-1699 | Strapwork Spain Extremadura 1600-1699 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Spain 1600-1699 Manuscripts

 
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7Title:  [Spanish Kyriale]   
 Alt. Title:  Kyriale (Pre-Vatican II)   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5934. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. Collation: Parchment, fol. 102 (foliated in brown ink ix-ciij); 1⁵(+ 5) 2² 3-12⁸ 13⁹(+9) 14⁶; parchment tabs; parchment heavily mended by sewing, pasted on parchment and paper. Layout: Written in 5 long lines; ruled in hard- and lead-point. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Fol. 1v large foliate initial "A" in gold and red on blue backgorund with light purple border; fol. 2v, 4v, 5r, 6r, and 74v medium foliate initials in blue, green, red, purple, and gold; medium alternating red and blue initials on a background of yellow with blue and red foliate designs, respectively; medium black strapwork initials (some decorated with scrollwork; fol. 87r signed "Fco"). Music: Red 5-line staves with black square and measured notation; 5 staves per page. Occasionally sharps, flats, fermatas, and mensuration signs have been added by a later hand. Credo "Tercero" includes two sections of white notation; Credo "Romano" has rhythmic changes added in a later hand. Origin: Probably written in Valencia, Spain, 16th century. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (102 leaves) : parchment ; 760 x 554 (634 x 410) mm, in binding 828 x 615 mm 
 Subjects:  Kyriales -- Spain -- Valencia (Region) -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Textura (Gothic script) Spain Valencia (Region) 1500-1599 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Strapwork Spain Valencia (Region) 1500-1599 | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain Valencia (Region) 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
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8Title:  [Spanish antiphonary]   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5386. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. Collation: Parchment, paper, fol. 88; 1⁷(+7) 2-4⁸ 5⁴ 6⁸(-6) 7⁴ 8¹⁰(+6, +7, -10) 9⁸ 10⁸(-2) 11-18² 19⁵(+5); gathering 10 leaves 3 and 4 sewn together; fol. 65-67, 72-87 paper; catchwords at the ends of gatherings 1-4; leaves mended by sewing and pasted on parchment (one with fleur-de-lis stamp (fol. 61r)). Layout: Written in 7 long lines, ruled in hard point; fol. 72r-87v ruled in lead point; directions to rubricator occasionally visible. Script: Written in southern textura; approximately 10 different hands; fol. 72-81, 83-87 stenciled text. Decoration: Red, yellow and black stenciled initials (fol. 72-87); red and blue initials with red and blue pen flourishing; red initials with black pen flourshing, black initials with red pen flourishing (fol. 39-40); red and green initials (fol. 50-51); black strapwork initials with yellow color washing (some decorated with faces or animals); red and blue initials; yellow color washed litterae notabiliores. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square and measured notation; 7 staves per page; fol. 39r-70v, 43r-46v, 50v, 53r-53v, 8 staves per page; fol 52r-52v, 64r-64v, 9 staves per page; fol. 47r-49v, 54r-55v, 10 staves per page; fol. 50r, 67r-67v, 70r-86v, 88r, 6 staves per page; fol. 65r, 66-67v, 68v black 5-line staves; throughout notes have been scraped and crossed out to simplify melodies, some music re-notated; marginal additions of music in several later(?) hands on fol. 22v, 23r, 24r, 43v, 50v, 56r, 61v-62r; music and text for "Judea et Iherusalem nolite timere" (on paper) pasted on fol. 68v; texts "Linguam refrenans temperet" and "Ut cum dies aceserit" (on paper) pasted over original text on fol. 64v; flats and meter indications occasionally added in a later hand; hymns "Iam Christus astra ascenderat," "Rector potens verax," and "O lux beata," the Credo "Romano" and "Credo Portuges," and several sections of the Litany of Saints in the Office for the Dead set in measured notation. Origin: Written in Spain, 16th century; fol. 65-67 probably 18th century (include B-flats, indications of meter); fol. 72-87 probably 18th century (stenciled text, notation, and decoration). 
 Extent:  1 choir book (88 leaves) : parchment, paper ; 431-525 x 300-350 (395 x 250-300) mm, in binding 572 x 376 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants | Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Strapwork Spain 1500-1599 | Guide letters Spain 1500-1599 | Painted leather bindings (Binding) | Brass bosses (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
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9Title:  In festo assumptionis Beate Marie ad. vesperas & per horas dicitur an[tiphoni]a   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5385. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. One volume of a Spanish antiphoner, split into several books; this volume includes antiphons, hymns, and responsories for the hours of the feasts of the Assumption of the BVM, Decollation of John the Baptist, St. Augustine, Nativity of the BVM, Exultation of the Holy Cross, St. Nicomedis, Dedication of St. Michael Archangel, All Saints, dedication of a church, St. Martin of Tours, St. Martin, St. Cecilia, St. Felicitas, St. Clement, common of saints (apostles, evangelists, martyrs, virgins, confessors), and the office and mass for the dead (ends imperfectly in the communion "Lux eterna"). Collation: Parchment, fol. 131 (modern foliation in pencil 1-131); 1-11⁸ 12⁶ 13-16⁸ 17⁶(-6); fol. 128 has section at bottom edge cut out. Layout: Written in 6 long lines, ruled in lead point. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: fol. 1v large initial "A" with figure of Mary, blue, pink, green, on gold background; black strapwork initials; red initials. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square note and measured notation; 6 staves per page; hymns in measured notation. Origin: Written in Spain, 16th century. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (131 leaves) : parchment ; 545 x 388 (402 x 249) mm, in binding 556 x 394 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Strapwork Spain 1500-1599 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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10Title:  Ca[n]toria cum sequentijs   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Raineri, Angelo, 1761-1840 | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5378. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. A liturgical book which includes a table of contents (fol. 1v), settings of the antiphons "Vidi aquam" and "Asperges me," settings of the ordinary mass chants Kyrie, Sanctus and Agnus Dei for Duplex maius, Duplex minus, Semiduplex, Dominicis, Simplex maius, Simplex minus, Advent, Quadragesima, Angelorum, Nostri ordinis, Roberti, B. Maria, S.P.N. Francisci, Acerbi, and Tempore Paschali. These are followed by settings of the sequences "Victime paschali laudes" for Easter, "Veni Sacnte Spiritus" for Pentecost, and "Lauda Sion" for Corpus Christi. Also included are two settings of the sequence "Lauda Sion salvatoris Jesu nomen" for the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus, one in canto fratto, and one in Gregorian chant, followed by the votive mass for Spritus Sanctus. Leaves 49r-51v were originally left blank with red 4-line staves; a later hand added measured notation in black ink to leaves 49r-51v and the rear pastedown, which consists of two settings of the ordinary of mass chants labeled "Missa in gesoreut" (fol. 49r-50r) and "Alia missa in Delasodre" (fol. 50v-51v, pastedown). Collation: Waxed paper, fol. 51 (leaves foliated in black ink 1-49); 1⁴(-1, -2) 2-8⁶ 9⁸(-8). Layout: Written in 36 long lines; lightly ruled in ink; wax paper tabs (some missing); pages notched at lower edge. Script: Written in textura rotunda. Decoration: Large initials in blue, green, red, and yellow with floral and vegetal designs; floral/vegetal border around title and table of contents; alternating red and blue litterae notiabliores; smaller initials with yellow color washes. Music: Red 4-line staves with black square notation fols. 3r-26v, 46v-51v, six staves per page; red 5-line staves with black square notation fols. 27r-46r, five staves per page. Origin: Written, probably, in Italy in the 18th century; possibly Franciscan based on the inclusion of S.P.N. Francis, Robert (Malatesta?), and the sequences for the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (51 leaves) : paper ; 528 x 378 (378 x 271) mm, bound in 560 x 400 mm 
 Subjects:  Franciscans -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Sequences (Music) -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Illuminated manuscripts Italy 1700-1799 | Textura (Gothic script) Italy 1700-1799 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Italy 1700-1799 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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11Title:  Officium defunctorum ad vesperas, absolute incipitur ab an[tiphon]a   
 Alt. Title:  Officium pro defunctis   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Domínguez, Emmanuel Hipólito, active 1722 | Jimenez, Antonio, active 1722 | Macías, José Marco, active 1771 | Convento de San Francisco (Seville, Spain) | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5395. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. A liturgical book from the Convento de San Francisco de Sevilla containing the chants for the Office of the Dead for vespers, matins, and laudes. Collation: Parchment, fol. 83 (foliated in red 1-81); 1⁵ (including front pastedown, +3) 2-13⁶ 14⁴ 15⁴ (including rear pastedown); prickings visible; parchment mended by sewing and pasted on parchment; indexed parchment tabs. Layout: Written in 14 long lines, frame-ruled in red. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Fol. 2r large pink historiated "P" with St. Francis helping someone out of hell, with three skulls and an hourglass; fol. 11r historiated red "M" with Mary surrounded by cherubim; fol. 62v large pink foliate "E" with landscape, large pink foliate, historiated "M" with archangel Michael standing on a dragon; medium decorated initials, many with flowers (one with skull, papal tiara, mitre, and crown, fol. 52v); medium black strapwork initials. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square and measured notation; 5 staves per page; in some places music has been scrapped and renotated; flats and sharps added by a later hand. Origin: Written in Spain, 1722; corrected in 1771. "Hoc opus âffabre scribebat P.F. Emmanuel Hyppolitus Doming[ue]z, ad magnum conventum civitatis Hispalensis, S.P.N. Fran[cis]co sacratu[m] guardianatus moderamnia ritê, recte q[ue] tenente R.N.P.F. Antonio Ximenez praedicatoris generalis laurea decorato, huiusq[ue] almae Baeticae pro[vincial]ae ex diffinitore. Hunc q[ue] finem jure deuito imposuit, anno â partu virgineo. M.D.CCXXII die xii maij. Supradictu[m] opus, â P.F. Emmanuele Hyppolito Dom[in]g[ue]z manuscriptum P.F. Josephus Marcus Mazias pr. et chori praefectus reformavit, et in melior. fr[atr]am redegit ann[o] d[omi]ni 1771" (fol. 82v). 
 Extent:  1 choir book (83 leaves) : parchment ; 776 x 609 (667 x 462) mm, in binding 875 x 673 mm 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Antiphons (Music) -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Textura (Gothic script) Spain Seville 1722 | Strapwork Spain Seville 1722 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain Seville 1722 | Spain 1722 Manuscripts

 
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12Title:  [Spanish antiphonary]   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5377. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. This volume forms part of Divine Office antiphoner split into several books; includes antiphons for the first Sunday in Quadragesima through Holy Saturday, with the votive mass of the Wounds of Christ "Humiliavit semetipsum." Collation: Parchment, fol. 72 (leaves foliated in ink 2-13, 15-37, 39-45, 47-78, 66-91; foliated in pencil 2-13, 15-37, 39-40); 1⁶ 2⁹(+1, -7) 3-4⁸ 5⁸(-6) 6⁸(-6) 7⁸(-1) 8-9⁸ 10⁸(-6, -8); two gatherings lacking between quires 6 and 7; "5" written in black ink at head of fol. 1r. Layout: Written in 20 long lines; frame-ruled in red ink; prickings visible in outer margin. Script: Written in Spanish textura rotunda. Decoration: Alternating red and blue initials with black and red pen frames, respectively; black strapwork initials occur only during texts of Holy Week. Origin: Probably written in Spain in the 16th century. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square notation; six staves per page. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (72 leaves) : parchment ; 588 x 390 (495 x 275) mm, in binding 640 x 431 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Sacred vocal music -- Spain -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Antiphonaries Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Annotations (Provenance) | Brass bosses (Binding) | Leather bindings (Binding) | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
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13Title:  [Spanish antiphonary]   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Mote, Juan de la, active 1615 | Wolfman, Wm. | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5380. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. Date of production from colophon. One volume of a Spanish antiphoner split into several books; includes antiphons, magnificats, and hymns for vespers and lauds for the feasts of St. Andrew, St. Lucy, St. Thomas, Chair of St. Peter, St. Agnes, Conversion of St. Paul, St. Agnes "secundo", St. Agatha, SS. Philip & Jacob, Triumph of the Holy Cross, St. John at the Latin Gate, and the Apparition and Dedication of St. Michael. Table of contents on fol. 1r (in later hand?). Collation: Parchment, fol. 103 (contemporary(?) pagination in black ink, 3-171, 174-207; foliated in modern pencil 1-103); 1-12⁸ 13⁸(-8); outer margin tightly trimmed with some loss of text; pages mended with parchment sewn on, fol. 97-103 heavily mended; fol. 12r textual error corrected with sewn on parchment with text "Salve crux." Layout: Written in long lines; ruled in hard point, some leaves frame ruled in red. Script: Written in textura. Decoration: Eight large initials framed in yellow and dark red, fol. 1v historiated "S" with apostle in blue, white and orange robes pointing at a book, with green bird and foliate elements on a dark red background, 'S' striped red, green, white, and yellow; fol. 15r "O" with a brown lion wearing a crown, with blue, red, white, and yellow foliate elements on an orange background; fol. 31r green "I" with foliate elements in green, red, blue, white, and yellow on a dark red background; fol. 35v blue, white and yellow "E" with three birds (one green with red wings, one red with black wings, one green and yellow with red breast and wings), with foliate elements in blue, red, and white on a dark red background; fol. 49v yellow "Q" with foliate elements in green, red, white, and yellow on an orange background; fol. 61v orange "D" with blue, green, white, red, and yellow foliate elements on dark red background; fol. 66v green "O" with red, white, blue, and green foliate elements on dark red background; fol. 83v "S" striped blue, white, and red, foliate elements in blue, white, red and green on dark red backgrond; black strapwork initials; red initials. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square notation; five staves per page; indications of mode in outer margin in another hand. Origin: Written in Spain by Juan de la Mota in 1615. "Acabose este lib[r]o dia de purificacion de N[ost]ra Señora scribiolo el padre Juan d[e] Lamota an[n]o 1615." (fol. 97r) 
 Extent:  1 choir book (103 leaves) : parchment ; 737 x 509 (640 x 383) mm, bound in 774 x 547 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Sacred vocal music -- Spain -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1615 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1615 | Strapwork Spain 1615 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1615 | Spain 1615 Manuscripts

 
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14Title:  [Cistercian antiphonary]   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 59. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title devised by cataloger. A Cistercian antiphonary including the antiphons, responsories, and verses for the feasts of St. Benedict, Mary Magdalene, St. Anne, St. Stephen, St. Lawrence, Crown of Thorns, Assumption of the BVM, St. Bernard, Decollation of John the Baptist (ends imperfectly), birth of the BVM (begins imperfectly), Exaltation of the Holy Cross, St. Michael Archangel (ends imperfectly), Eleven Thousand Virgins (begins imperfectly), All Saints, St. Martin, St. Cecilia, St. Clement, common of saints for apostles, evangelists, one or several martyrs, confessor pontiff (ends imperfectly), virgins (begins imperfectly). A final section (beginning fol. 170r) includes hymns for the feasts of the BVM, Mary Magdalene, St. Anne, St. Stephen, St. Lawrence, St. Bernard, St. Michael, Eleven Thousand Virgins, All Saints, St. Martin, and common hymns for apostles and martyrs, virgin martyrs, confessors, virgins, and Exultation of the Holy Cross (ends imperfectly). Collation: Parchmet, fol. 197 (numbered intermittantly in pencil 1-197); 1⁷(+1) 2⁷(-1) 3-8⁸ 9⁸(-6, -7) 10⁸ 11⁸(-1) 12⁸(-1, -3) 13-22⁸ 23⁸(-1, -8) 24¹¹(+1, -3, -11) 25⁸ 26⁸(-8) 27⁵(+1, -4). Layout: Written in long lines; ruled in lead point; guide letters occasionally visible. Script: Written in textura in 3 hands. Hand A, fol. 1-169; hand B, fol. 170-193; hand C, fol. 194-197. Decoration: Six large illuminated initials with marginal trompe l'oeil borders, fol. 1r blue "D" on brown background historiated with Mary standing in a garden holding an open book, border in gold with pink, blue, and red flowers, a bird and a bee; fol. 31v gold "Q" on brown background, filled with a plant with blue and white flowers, border in green, gold, and brown with flowers and strawberries; fol. 48v gold "V" on blue background historiated with the Assumption of Mary, border with architectural elements; fol. 58r blue "P" on brown background, historiated with a saint (Bernard?) in white robes holding a crozier, kneeling before a seated Mary holding the baby Jesus, border in gold, blue, and orange, with white knot-work decoration; fol. 146v blue "A" on gold background with red flowers, gold border with red, blue, and pink flowers, with a bird and moth; fol. 155v blue "E" on brown background historiated with a bishop holding a crozier and an open book, with landscape behind, architectural border in brown and blue; black initials with brown pen-flourishing, highlighed with yellow and red, many with faces, grotesques, and other drolleries including depictions of monks, nuns, bishops, and a warthog playing bagpipes, several initials include text in scrollwork (fol. 167r signed "Cornelius"); fol. 194r orange, yellow, blue, and green initial "H" with foliated elements and small marginal border with face of a wild man; fol. 196r blue and white initial "V" on light purple background with foliate elements in green and yellow; fol. 197 black initials with yellow, green, and light purple foliate elements, one with scrollwork with text; fol. 43v, red initial with blue pen-flourishing; alternating red and blue initials (in 3 hands). Music: Red 4-line staves with black square notation; 10 staves per page; B-flats and E-flats occasionally indicated (in a later hand?); several staves throught include small G clefs, often in combination a C clef. Origin: Written in Flanders, approximately 1500; probably Cistercian due to the prominence given to the feast of St. Bernard. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (197 leaves) : parchment ; 491 x 345 (380 x 230) mm, in binding 525 x 365 mm 
 Subjects:  Cistercians -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Cistercians -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Antiphonaries -- Flanders -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Flanders 1500 | Textura (Gothic script) Flanders 1500 | Guide letters Flanders 1500 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Flanders 1500 | Flanders 1500 Manuscripts

 
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15Title:  [Franciscan choir book]   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5390. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. A Franciscan choir book including antiphons and hymns for the hours of the feasts of Saints Bonaventure, Gabriel archangel, Margaret of Cortona, Bernardino of Siena, Saint Louis, Translation of Rose of Viterbo, Joseph of Cupertino, John Cantius, and Venantius, also includes introits, Alleluias, tracts, and communions for the masses of Saints Giacomo della Marca, Margaret of Cortona, Peter Regalati, Bernardino of Siena, Translation of St. Francis, Anthony of Padua, Bonaventure, Clare, Translation of Saint Rose of Viterbo, John of Capistrano, Camillus de Lellis, Jerome Emiliani, Elizabeth of Hungary, Joseph of Cupertino, Louis of Toulouse(?), John Cantius, José de Calasanz, and Francis. Collation: Parchment, fol. 84 (foliated in red 6, 8-11, 13-52, 55-83, 85-91, 93-95); 1⁵(+1) 2-7⁶ 8⁶(-5, -6) 9⁶ 10⁶(-5) 11-13⁶ 14⁶(-1) 15⁶(-3); prickings visible in inner and outer margins; leaves mended by sewing and pasted on parchment. Layout: Written in 5 long lines, fol. 1r, 2r-5r, 9r-10r, 16v-17r, 20v-24v, 26v-27r, 28v-30v, 33r, 34v, 36r, 37v, 82r-84v written in 12 long lines; frame ruled in lead point. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Fol. 10v large decorated initial "I", blue with yellow, red and white decoration, within a border of yellow bamboo(?) and vines, with drawing of a building with a cyprus(?) tree and bamboo; fol. 1v, 5v, 8r, 38r medium decorated initials in borders; medium black strapwork initials; medium red initials; small red initials. Origin: Written in Spain, probably in the latter half of the 18th century due to the inclusion of Saints Joseph of Cupertino, Peter Regalati, José de Calasanz, Camillus de Lellis, and José de Calasanz; possibly belonged to a convent of the Third Order of Saint Francis due to the inclusion of several saints associated with the Third Order, Margaret of Cortona, Saint Louis, Rose of Viterbo, Elizabeth of Hungary. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square note and measured notation; 5 staves per page; B and E-flats throughout; time signatures (fol. 15r, 25r, 81v); hymns in measured notation. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (84 leaves) : parchment ; 562 x 390 (459 x 269) mm, in binding 619 x 410 mm 
 Subjects:  Franciscans -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1750-1799 | Strapwork Spain 1750-1799 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1750-1799 | Spain 1750-1799 Manuscripts

 
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16Title:  [Spanish gradual]   
 Alt. Title:  Gradual (Pre-Vatican II)   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5088. | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 169. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. One volume of a Spanish gradual, split into several books; includes introits, graduals, Alleluias, offertories, and communions for the feasts of Visitation, vigil of the Assumption, and birth of the Virgin Mary, St. Peter ad Vincula, Transfiguration of the Lord, vigil, feast, and octave of St. Lawrence, St. Clare, St. Louis of Toulouse, Triumph of the Holy Cross, Stigmata of St. Francis, Dedication of St. Michael, St. Francis, All Saints, St. Martin of Tours, St. Clement, St. Stephen, St. John, and Holy Innocents. Fol. 1r begins imperfectly in the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul "-predicator veritatis et doctor gencium intercede pro nobis"; fol. 52 begins imperfectly in an additonaly setting of mass texts for the Visitation of the Virgin Mary "partus mei fructum. Alleluia. [rubr.] v. [text] Ut facta est vox salutationis ... [rubr.] Off. [text] Vide hoc michi ut veniat mater domi-." Collation: Parchment, fol. 52; register of quires undetermined; tears in parchment repaired by sewing. Layout: Written in long lines; ruled in lead-point; directions to rubricator visible. Script: Written in textura. Decoration: Red initials with blue pen flourishing (some with yellow highlighting); blue initials with red pen flourishing (some with green highlighting); black caligraphic initials with yellow color wash; yellow color washed litterae notabiliores. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square notation; six staves per page. Later revisions have been made to graduals and Alleluia versicles; revisions include scraping of music and text (some scraping and renotating appears to be contemporary) and adding paper pastedowns (blank or with blank staves) over sections of music (in many instances paper pastedowns have been removed) to truncate melismas. Fol. 3v text scraped with added text in later hand A "Qua[m] dilecta tabernacula tua Domine virtutum concupiscit et deficit anima mea in atria Domini;" fol. 6r-6v added text in later hand B "Visiom[n]em quam vidistis nòmini diseritis, donec à mortuis resurgur filius omnis;" fol. 13r alternate text added in later hand B to the introit "Gaudeamus omnes" the additions "Beate Anne" and "solemnitate" to replace "Marie virginis" and "assumptione" respectively. Origin: Written in Spain, 16th century. Probably Franciscan due to the inclusion of the feasts of St. Francis, the Stigmata of St. Francis, and St. Clare. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (52 leaves) : parchment ; 757 x 511 (590 x 345) mm, in binding 819 x 345 mm 
 Subjects:  Graduals (Liturgical books) -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Graduals (Chants) -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Graduals Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Painted leather bindings (Binding) | Guide letters Spain 1500-1599 | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
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17Title:  [Spanish antiphonary]   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5391. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. One volume of a Spanish antiphoner, split into several books; this volume includes antiphons, hymns, and responsories for the hours of the feasts of Ascension, Pentecost, ferias in the week of Pentecost, Corpus Christi, and Sunday in the octave of Pentecost. Collation: Parchment, fol. 139 (contemporary foliation in red, ij-cxl, rear pastedown foliated cxli); 1⁸ 2-4⁸ 5¹⁰ 6-17⁸ 18³; pastedowns formed from first leaf of quire 1 and last leaf of quire 18; prickings occasionally visible in outer margin. Layout: Written in 5 long lines, ruled in hard-point; fol. 33v-34r, 62v, 87r, 99v-100r, 104r-104v, 132v written in 15 long lines; fol. 62r, 135r written in 16 long lines; fol. 92r written in 17 long lines, frame ruled in black ink. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Medium red initials, black strapwork initials (one with inscription: Ant. Cant. 1[scraped]48 ano. (fol. 38v)), small red initials. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square and measured notation; 5 staves per page; hymns chiefly set in measured notation; flats, sharps, and mensuration signs contemporary; some sharps added in later hand in brown ink. Hymns "Salutis humanae sator" and "Verbum supernum prodiens," and Alleluia "Spritius Domine replevit" have sections of music scraped and renotated. Origin: Written in Spain, 16th century. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (139 leaves) : parchment ; 537 x 375 (448 x 256) mm, in binding 614 x 420 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Painted leather (Binding) | Brass bosses (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
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18Title:  Dedicatur Beate Virgini Marie ab uno indignisimo servoru[m] fuoru[m], atque B. Hyeronimo P. nostro   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5384. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. One volume of a Spanish antiphoner, split into several books; this volume includes antiphons, hymns, and responsories for the hours of the feasts of saints Philip and James, John and Paul, Elizabeth of Aragon, Pantaleon, Fructus, Eulalia, Salome (disciple), Justus and Rufinus, apparition of James, and Isidore of Seville; includes table of contents on fol. 1r. Collation: Parchment, fol. 102 (foliated i-cii); 1⁷(+7) 2-11⁸ 12⁹(+9) 13⁷(+1, -7); prickings occasionally visible in margins. Layout: Written in 5 long lines, ruled in hard point; fol. 9v-10r, 11v-12r, 13r-15r, 16r-18v, 22v, 27r, 28r-29r, 30r-30v, 31v-32r, 43v, 45r-46r, 47r-55v, 63v-64r, 66v-75r, 80r-80v, 84v, 86r, 89v-91r, 92v, 94r-96r, 98v-100v, 102r-102v written in 13 long lines, frame ruled in red; fol. 12v, 15v, 27v, 29v, 31r, 46v, and 93r written in 14 long lines, frame ruled in red; parchment tabs; guide letters occasionally visible. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: Large initials in red, blue, yellow, green, and purple within double line borders highlighted in yellow, green, blue, or purple; small red, blue, yellow, green, and purple initials, chiefly within borders of yellow, green, or purple; large black strapwork initials. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square note and measured notation; 5 staves per page; fol. 1v and 4r have 4 staves per page; hymns written in measured notation. Origin: Probably written in Spain, 16th century, with 15th century manuscript waste pastedowns. 
 Extent:  1 choir book (102 leaves) : parchment ; 828 x 578 (612 x 402) mm, in binding 929 x 662 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1500-1599 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1500-1599 | Strapwork Spain 1500-1599 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Guide letters Spain 1500-1599 | Manuscript waste (Binding) 1400-1499 | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1500-1599 | Spain 1500-1599 Manuscripts

 
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19Title:  [Spanish antiphonary]   
 Alt. Title:  Antiphonary   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5393. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Title supplied by cataloger. A Spanish antiphoner which includes antiphons, responsories, and hymns for the hours of the feasts of Saints Martina, Emeterius and Celedonius, Joseph, Vincent Ferrer, Hermengild, Elizabeth of Portugal, Eulalia of Mérida, and the feast of the Immaculate Conception. The feasts of St. Vincent Ferrer and Immaculate Conception also include introits, offertories, communions, and a tract for mass. Collation: Parchment, fol. 126 (foliated in red ink i-cvij, lxxxviij-cvj); 1⁶ 2⁴ 3-7⁶ 8-9⁴ 10-13⁶ 14⁴(-3, -4) 15-19⁶ 20¹⁰(-1-4) 21⁴ 22-23⁶; parchment mended by sewing. Layout: Written in 13 long lines; frame ruled in red, purple, and brown ink. Script: Written in southern textura; fol. 75r-107v in a second hand. Decoration: Fol. 10r historiated "J" with Joseph and a young Jesus sawing a tree, with Mary looking on; fol. 35v historiated gold "I" with Joseph leading a donkey carrying Mary and baby Jesus; fol. 9v blue, orange, and gold shield surrounded by two winged cherubs with text "IHS M.A.O.J.S." in silver; fol. 1v large foliate initial "M" in blue and yellow on a background of orange with gold vines; fol. 15r large foliate initial "E" in pink, orange, and green on a gold and black backround; fol. 21v large initial "F" in green, pink, and blue on a gold background; fol. 40v large initial "E" in green and purple on a gold and blue background; fol. 50r large foliate initial "I" in blue, orange and yellow on a gold background; fol. 69v large initial "D" with two faces on a gold and red background; fol. 118r large foliate initial "B" in red, green, and pink on a gold and blue background; fol. 1v-2r full page borders in orange, gold, yellow, and blue; fol. 9v-10r full page border with grapes and foliate elements; fol. 14v-15r, 20v-21r full page borders in pink, orange, blue and silver with sea shell elements; fol. 35v-36r full page borders in blue, gold, and orage; medium initials, with foliate elements, faces, cherubs, and grotesques (some illuminated); large black and brown strapwork initials (some touched with yellow); medium black and brown strapwork initials (some touched with yellow); small decorative initials, with foliate elements, and faces (some illuminated); fol. 107r armorial shield with crosier, bishops hat and crossed keys(?) surmounted by a crown, surrounded by strapwork birds and border touched with yellow; yellow color-washed litterae notabiliores; fol. 75r-107v unfinished large, medium, and small initials; fol. 9v has remnants of thread at top margin indicating cloth curtain was once present. Music: Red 5-line staves with black square and measured notation; 5 staves per page. Origin: Written in Spain, 1727. Fol. 1r "Anno D[omi]ni 1727." 
 Extent:  1 choir book (126 leaves) : parchment ; 820 x 609 (684 x 467) mm, in binding 870 x 660 mm 
 Subjects:  Antiphonaries -- Spain -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Antiphonaries Spain 1727 | Textura (Gothic script) Spain 1727 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Strapwork Spain 1727 | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Illuminated manuscripts Spain 1727 | Spain 1727 Manuscripts

 
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20Title:  Officium S.P.N. S. Francisci   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Córdova, Antonio de, active 1773 | Fernández Soriano, Vicente, active 1773 | González, Diego, active 1773 | Franciscans Provincia de San Miguel (Spain) | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5284. 
 Notes:  Manuscript music. Collation: Parchment, fol. 88 (foliated in red 2-75, 75-85); register of quires undetermined; prickings visible in outer margin; parchment mended by sewing. Layout: Written in 5 long lines, ruled in lead-point. Script: Written in southern textura. Decoration: 18 large decorative initals; fol. 2v historiated "F", St. Francis on a globe holding the banner of the order; fol. 7r historiated "O", St. Franics being drawn in a fiery chariot; fol. 30v historiated "S", St. Francis receiving divine revelation; fol. 34v historiated "O", St. Francis receiving the stigmata; fol. 36v historiated "O", St. Francis preaching a sermon to the birds; fol. 40v historiated "G" with St. Francis and St. Dominic holding the banner of the other's orders; fol. 54v decorated "O" with God sending down Holy Spirit; fol. 55v decorated "O" with tree encircled by a ring of fire ; fol. 56v decorated "O" with tree with many roots; fol. 57v decorated "O" with crossed key and scepter; fol. 58v decorated "Q" with a rising sun; fol. 59v decorated "O" with a crown and scepter on a stool; fol. 60v decorated "O" with baby Jesus holding a heart; fol. 61v decorated "S" with a church with two spires; fol. 78v, 80v, 81v, and 82v large decorative initials with foliate elements; medium decorated initials; medium black strapwork initials (some signed: fol. 22v "año de 1773 Cordova"; fol. 24v "F. Ant[oni]o de Cordova pr[edicador] y vic[ari]o de ch[or]o jub[ilad]o fecit año 1773"; fol. 28r "Fr. Antonio de Cordova lo hizo, año de 1773"; fol. 76v "Cordova 1773"). Music: Red 5-line staves, with black square and measured notation; 5 staves per page; red asterisks separate verses. In some instances music and/or notation has been scrapped and replaced; occasionally sharps, flats, fermatas, and mensuration signs have been added by a later hand; a later hand has occasionally added individual notes, probably to indicate the psalm tone. Measured notation found only in the mass for St. Francis. Origin: Probably written in the Franciscan province of San Miguel in Extremadura, Spain, 1773. "Este libro lo escrivio el P.F. Antonio de Cordova, pred[icad]or y vic[ari]o de choro. Sie[n]do m[inis]tro pro[vinci]al A.M.R. P.F. Vicente F[e]rn[an]d[e]z Soriano, lec[tor] jub[ilado] P. de la s[an]ta pro[vinci]a de S[an] Mig[ue]l, y g[uardiá]n de este R[ea]l Co[n]v[ento] el R.P.F. Diego Gonzal[e]z lect[or] jub[ilado] y ex-dif[inido]r año de 1773" (fol. 87r). 
 Extent:  1 choir book (88 leaves) : parchment ; 816 x 586 (646 x 439) mm, in binding 928 x 670 mm 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Franciscans -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Mensural notation -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Manuscript waste (Binding) | Textura (Gothic script) Spain Extremadura 1773 | Brass bosses (Binding) | Strapwork Spain Extremadura 1773 | Illuminated manuscripts Spain Extremadura 1773 | Spain 1773 Manuscripts

 
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