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Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 (5)
Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Latin -- Early works to 1800 (3)
Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 (3)
Bookbinding -- Specimens (2)
Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts (2)
Antiphonaries (1)
Augustinians -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Bible. -- Psalms, CXLVII (1)
Blind tooled bindings (Binding) Switzerland Thurgau 1648 (1)
Bookplates -- Specimens (1)
Books of hours (1)
Catholic Church -- Hymns (1)
Church music -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Church music -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Dominican Sisters -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Dominicans -- Liturgy -- Texts (1)
Dominicans Sisters -- Prayers and devotions -- Latin -- Early works to 1800 (1)
France 1250-1299 Manuscripts (1)
France 1690-1707 Manuscripts (1)
Germany 1450-1469 Manuscripts (1)
Graduals (Music) (1)
Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Gregorian chants -- France -- Reims -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Hymns, Italian -- Italy -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Hymns, Latin -- Italy -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Illumination of books and manuscripts -- France -- Reims -- Specimens (1)
Italy 1600 Manuscripts (1)
Italy 1600-1699 Manuscripts (1)
Manuscripts, German (1)
Manuscripts, Italian (1)
Mary, -- Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Devotion to -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Mexico 1600-1799 Manuscripts (1)
Motets -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Motets -- Vocal scores with continuo -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Part songs, Latin -- Scores -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Polychoral music -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Prayer books -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Prayers for the dead (1)
Printed waste (Binding) Mexico Mexico City 1700-1799 (1)
Processionals (Liturgical books) (1)
Processionals (Liturgical books) -- France -- Reims -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Psalms (Music) -- 147th Psalm -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Psalms (Music) -- Parts -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Sacred vocal music -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Sacred vocal music -- France -- Reims -- 13th century (1)
Sacred vocal music -- Italy -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Sacred vocal music -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Sacred vocal music -- Parts -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Sacred vocal music -- Switzerland -- Early works to 1800 (1)
Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Manuscripts (1)
Switzerland 1648 Manuscripts (1)
Watermarks -- Specimens (1)
1Title:  Rituale   
 Creator:  Catholic Church 
 Notes:  Manuscript on paper. Latin and Dutch. A Rituale probably done by and for a community of Flemish nuns in the latter half of the fifteenth century. 
 Extent:  [93] leaves : music ; 15 cm. 
 Subjects:  Manuscripts, Latin | Music -- Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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2Title:  Officium defunctorum   
 Alt. Title:  Officium pro defunctis   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | William of Maleval, d. 1157 | Williamites (Benedictine) 
 Notes:  Spine title (gold stamped) and caption title (added): Officium defunctorum. Text: Gothic; early to middle 15th cent. Red and brown ink. Initials. With music: plain-chant notation. Final leaf in different hand; rulings for music also different. Appears to be a complete book. From the order that followed William of Maleval (d. 1157). Referred to as the Hermits of St. William and Williamites. Their privileges were confirmed in 1435 at the Council of Basel. 
 Extent:  [26] leaves (16 lines), bound : vellum ; 15 cm. 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts | Gregorian chants | Manuscripts, Latin | Music -- Manuscripts | Prayers for the dead

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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3Title:  In die purificationis Beate Marie   
 Alt. Title:  Processional (Dominican)   
 Creator:  Catholic Church 
 Notes:  Title from incipit. Error in added (seventeenth-century) foliation: leaf 34 omitted. Copied by a single hand, writing a variety of scripts; rubricated, decorated initials in blue and red, calligraphic initials in red, large penwork initials in text ink. Final four leaves in later hand on paper. Large blank areas on leaves 1r, 8r, 33v, 38r, 43r, 45r, 57r 64r, 67r, 69r, and 73v intended perhaps for illumination. Plain chant notation. The manuscript is of Dominican origin, containing settings of prayers to St. Dominic, the founder of the Order of Friars Preachers or Black Friars. 
 Extent:  98 [i.e. 97], [4] leaves, bound : vellum ; 20 cm. 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts | Dominicans -- Liturgy -- Texts | Gregorian chants | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin | Processionals (Liturgical books) | Antiphonaries

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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4Title:  Psalmi Dauidici: varij psalmi Dauidici in varios festorum dies harmonica arti[que] digesti   
 Creator:  Moreaud, Claudio. | Howard Mayer Brown Collection (Newberry Library) 
 Notes:  Superius part-book from Italy, dating from around 1600, containing the superius part for three sets of vespers (in an unspecified number of parts), followed by the superius and tenor parts (first chorus) for two psalms in eight parts. The ms. score was apparently written by a single scribe, possibly the composer himself. Ms. music arranged on hand-drawn 5-line staves, with round notation in brown ink. Miscellaneous ms. notes on front flyleaf. Contemporary limp vellum, with ms. cover title: "Superius"; in a portfolio of marbled paper over boards, with gold-stamped box title: "Moreaud. Varii psalmi." 
 Extent:  1 ms. score (20 leaves, bound) ; 13 x 18 cm. 
 Subjects:  Psalms (Music) -- Parts -- Early works to 1800 | Part songs, Latin -- Scores -- Early works to 1800 | Sacred vocal music -- Parts -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin | Italy 1600 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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5Title:  Psalmum illum centesimum quadragesimum septimum   
 Alt. Title:  Lauda Jerusalem   
 Creator:  Le Roux, Gaspard, approximately 1660-approximately 1707 
 Notes:  Caption title. Possible dates based on LeRoux's dates. Late seventeenth- or early eighteenth-century French ms. score for a psalm setting of the motet "Lauda Jerusalem dominum," entitled "Psalmum illum centesimum quadragesimum septimum," by LeRoux, an ecclesiastic in Strasbourg, France, possibly Gaspard LeRoux, harpsichordist and composer of three motets. Cf. New Grove dict. of music and musicians. Introductory sinfonias for two violins and bass, with vocal, choral, and ensemble parts. As many as 10 5-lines staves used on each p. of 12 staves, with round notation in brown ink in a fine calligraphic hand. Watermark: bunch of grapes, similar to Briquet 13071; cf. also Gaudriault 960. 
 Extent:  1 ms. score (11 leaves) ; 39 cm. (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Bible. -- Psalms, CXLVII | Psalms (Music) -- 147th Psalm -- Early works to 1800 | Motets -- Vocal scores with continuo -- Early works to 1800 | Sacred vocal music -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin | Watermarks -- Specimens | France 1690-1707 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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6Title:  [Manuale] [1519]   
 Alt. Title:  Book of hours   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Howard Mayer Brown Collection (Newberry Library) 
 Notes:  Date and title from inscription on recto of leaf [149]: "Fine[m] accepit hoc manuale anno d[omi]ni 1519..." Small book of hours in Latin, dated 1519, containing psalms, prayers, single lines of chant music, the Office of the Virgin, the Office of the Dead, and litany of saints. Strong emphasis throughout on worship of the Virgin suggests that perhaps this prayer-book was used by a woman, perhaps a member of a religious order; special reference to St. Benedict on recto of leaf [149] suggests that perhaps user was a Benedictine nun [?]. Text in at least three different gothic hands in brown and black ink on vellum, lightly ruled in graphite; capitals and captions in red; sentence initials touched in red; large ornamental two-tone capitals in red, blue, and green; at head of text is a large zoomorphic letter "O"--a serpent swallowing its own tail--in pink, rose, and gold. Illustrated with a drawing of a bleeding red heart pierced by two green arrows and a long, two-handled saw, surmounted by an illuminated gold crown (verso of leaf [149]); preceding the Office of the Dead is a drawing of a skull (verso of leaf [125]). Single lines of chant music arranged on black 4-line staves, with square notation in black; staves on verso of leaves [117] and [118] lacking notes. A few miscellaneous marginal annotations; erasure of a line of text on verso of leaf [74]. 
 Extent:  [164] leaves, bound : vellum, col. ill., music ; 10 cm. 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Latin -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Mary, -- Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Devotion to -- Early works to 1800 | Books of hours | Gregorian chants -- Early works to 1800 | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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7Title:  [Choirbook of hymns and motets]   
 Creator:  Discalced Carmelites (Italian Congregation) 
 Notes:  Music and texts of religious hymns and motets for two, three, or four soprano, alto, and tenor voices. Caption title: Soprano 2o à 4o. Music in 3-5 staves of 5 lines, with round notation in sepia ink; added text below in most cases, usually 5-8 stanzas. Blank staves on p. 39-40, 142-46, 167-68, and 182-84. Includes indexes by title, format, and number of voices. 
 Extent:  1 ms. score (184, [12] p., bound) ; 17 cm. 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Hymns | Sacred vocal music -- Italy -- Early works to 1800 | Hymns, Italian -- Italy -- Early works to 1800 | Hymns, Latin -- Italy -- Early works to 1800 | Motets -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Manuscripts | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Italian | Manuscripts, Latin | Italy 1600-1699 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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8Title:  Incipit graduale secundu[m] usum Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae pro m[i]n[ist]ro Paradisiensi: co[n]scriptum anno d[omi]ni 1648   
 Alt. Title:  Gradual. 1648   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Howard Mayer Brown Collection (Newberry Library) 
 Notes:  T.p. in black and red Roman capitals; titles and some large capitals in red; text and some large capitals in black. Music arranged on red hand-ruled 4-line staves, with diamond-shaped notation in black. Marginal annotations on leaf [250], and text of last [6] leaves in a different hand. Contemporary blind tooled pigskin binding, with concentric roll-stamped panels on front and back covers containing figures representing the seven deadly sins, as well as the virtues of faith, hope, and charity; central boss; raised bands on spine; remnants of leather ties. 
 Extent:  1 ms. score ([256] leaves, bound) ; 31 cm. (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Graduals (Music) | Gregorian chants | Sacred vocal music -- Switzerland -- Early works to 1800 | Manuscripts, Latin | Music -- Manuscripts | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Blind tooled bindings (Binding) Switzerland Thurgau 1648 | Switzerland 1648 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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9Title:  [Mexican choir books] [1600?-1799?]   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Victoria, Tomás Luis de, approximately 1548-1611 | Guerrero, Francisco, 1528?-1599 | Morales, Cristóbal de, approximately 1500-1553 | Lienas, Juan de | Ximeno, Fabián, approximately 1595-1654 | Franco, Hernando, 1532-1585 | Zumaya, Manuel de, approximately 1678-1755 | Rodríguez Mata, Antonio, -1643 | Hutchinson, Charles Lawrence, 1854-1924 | Convento de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación (Mexico City, Mexico) | Newberry Library Manuscript. Case MS 5148. 
 Notes:  Known as the "Mexican choirbooks," and the "Newberry choirbooks;" cf. New Grove 10:849; E.A. Schleifer, "New light on the Mexican choirbooks at the Newberry Library," Notes 30 (December 1973):231-241; and notes by E.A. Arias, "Mexican colonial musical sources at the Newberry Library" in the Special Collections Info File. Music arranged on 5-line staves, with round notation in brown ink; some large initial capitals in red. Front cover of v. 1 bears title: "Este libro de mi[s]as es de este conbento de nuestra seño[r]a de la encarnasion"; leaf [1] is a full-page watercolor drawing of the Agnus Dei in red, blue, green, brown, and gray. Other volumes with titles include v. 2: De las lamentasiones del juebes y viernes s[an]to; v. 3: Coro de la Salbe y Salmos de ocho de do[n] J[ua]no Lieñas; and v. 4: Tabla de las obras de este libro de salmos, himnos, magnificas, missas, i otros oficios. Vol. 1 bound in crinkled limp parchment; v. 2-6 bound in later leather over boards, with gold-stamped ornamental concentric frames, and ornamented center panel; red and black leather spine labels with title "Antiphons and hymns;" brass clasps; edges stained red; covers of v. 4-6 lined with 18th-century proof pages of religious books printed by Joseph Bernard de Hegal in Mexico City. Vol. 1 in clamshell box; v. 2-6 in phase boxes. Additional information, including a detailed list of the Lienas compositions in the choir books, in Special Collections Info File; cf. also The Mexican choirbooks at the Newberry Library : (Case MS VM 2147 C36) / by Eliyahu Arieh Schleifer, 1979. Ms. scores of liturgical music--antiphons, masses, requiems, lamentations, passions, and offices--transcribed by at least 20 different scribes for use by the nuns of the Convento de la Encarnación in Mexico City, probably between 1600 and 1799. 
 Extent:  6 v. ([113]; [130]; [140]; [3], [101]; [169]; [154] leaves) ; 41 cm. 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Polychoral music -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Early works to 1800 | Sacred vocal music -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Early works to 1800 | Church music -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Church music -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Manuscripts, Latin | Music -- Manuscripts | Printed waste (Binding) Mexico Mexico City 1700-1799 | Mexico 1600-1799 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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10Title:  [Dominican Sisters' office book] [between 1450 and 1469?]   
 Creator:  Dominican Sisters | Catholic Church | Western Michigan University 
 Notes:  Manual or office book compiled for a Dominican nunnery, probably in Nuremberg during the third quarter of the 15th century, possibly between 1450 and 1469. Text in gothic liturgical book hand in black ink, lightly ruled in brown, with first and last one or two horizontal rules extending to edge of leaf; prickings visible along fore-edge of leaves; 18 lines per page; headlines, superscript corrections, and ceremonial instructions in red; sentence initials touched in red; alternating red and blue capitals; footnotes in German in brown, with sentences touched in red; catchwords in brown, circled in red. Chant music included throughout test; music arranged on red 4-line staves with square notation in black; Latin words. Ms. marginalia in different hands. Small leaf tipped in at leaf [49] containing text to be inserted on verso of leaf [48]. 
 Extent:  [58] leaves, bound : parchment, music ; 19 cm. 
 Subjects:  Dominican Sisters -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Dominicans Sisters -- Prayers and devotions -- Latin -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Latin -- Early works to 1800 | Prayer books -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants | Bookbinding -- Specimens | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin | Manuscripts, German | Germany 1450-1469 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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11Title:  [Processional of Augustinian use]: [Abbey of Saint-Denis, Reims], [between 1260-1279]   
 Alt. Title:  Processional (Augustinian)   
 Creator:  Catholic Church Archdiocese of Reims (France) | Foyle, William A. (William Alfred), 1885-1963 | Folter, Roland. | Abbaye de Saint-Denis (Reims, France) | Catholic Church Archdiocese of Reims (France) | University of Notre Dame 
 Notes:  Processional, probably from mid- to late 13th c. for use by an Augustinian house in the diocese of Reims, probably the Abbaye Saint-Denis. Origin in Reims suggested by notation style, and saints commemorated. Cf. Spec. Coll. Info File for letter from Michel Huglo; and Huglo's "Les manuscrits du processionnal" in RISM B/XIV¹ (B/XIV² forthcoming). Written by two scribes in gothic bookhands; text in black ink, rubrics in red; text capitals in red and blue; larger capitals in red and blue, elaborately and extensively flourished in blue and red, respectively; seven large illuminated initials with staves of burnished gold, backgrounds filled in with blue or mauve traced with white, and framed in burnished gold; 3 full-page illuminated borders (leaves [1]r, [5]v, [150]r), 2 of which are adorned with animal heads and grotesque figures in blue, orange, and gray; decorated bar line fillers in red and blue. First [149] leaves, ruled in gray, contain 8 lines of text and 8 lines of music on each page, with music arranged on red 4-line staves in Aquitanian notation; leaves [150]-[213], ruled in brown ink, contain 12 lines of text or text with music, with music arranged on red 3-line staves with square notation. Signatures: 1-3⁸ 4⁸(+1) 5-8⁸ 9⁶(+1,-3) 10-27⁸. Marginal annotations and text additions (e.g. leaf [69]v) in a different hand, in brown ink; long-eared owl [?] doodled in margin of leaf [96]v, also in brown ink. 
 Extent:  [213] leaves, bound : parchment ; 15 cm. 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Latin -- Early works to 1800 | Augustinians -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Early works to 1800 | Processionals (Liturgical books) -- France -- Reims -- Early works to 1800 | Gregorian chants -- France -- Reims -- Early works to 1800 | Service books (Music) -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800 | Sacred vocal music -- France -- Reims -- 13th century | Music -- Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Latin | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- France -- Reims -- Specimens | Bookplates -- Specimens | France 1250-1299 Manuscripts

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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