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München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 23 045

Clm 23 044 and 045 form a pair, very close in production, script, illumination, etc. but it is not yet clear how they “fit” together. 044 named “De tempore” 045 named “De sanctis” yet temporal sequences appear in both

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 23 044

Note: Folio numbers in this record are based on the old numbers, written in dark black ink at top of folios – Not the newer pencil numbers written in upper right hand corners.

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 23 026

F nos., in pencil, are barely visible in lower right hand corners of recto.P. numbers are written in very tiny numbers in the lower corner of the writing area of each page. They are difficult to see, but invaluable. They were probably written there quite early. They are evidence that the book was rebound in the wrong order, and supply missing places in one place. Square notation on 4 red lines.

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 9508

f. 1rLiber votivalis et festivitatum scilicet armorum domini, visitationis Mariae, Anne matris Mariae, transfigurationis domini, Barbarae virginis ac plurimorum contentorum in libro isto. Quem librum scribi procinavit fecit et collegit venerabilis in Xo pater et dominus dominus Iohannes abbas monasterii Althe superioris ordinis sancti Benedicti Rat. diocesis. anno domini millessimo quadringentesimo qui[n]quagesimo secundo.

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 23 287

See notes...A hand-size book. A graduale. Written in square notation, very neat. Sequentiary begins 236v, following Kyriale.A new quire begins 236, 236r vacat. 130 x 171 282 ff. Catalogue says saecula XIV. If it is 14th c, it is late. I judge the date to be early 15th century, but that could be off by 50 yrs in either direction. Many Dominican sequences: no 3, 6, 9, 10, 13 yet some eastern pieces. important source.

Stuttgart, Wüttembergische Lndesbibliothek, Cod. mus. 2o 65

Stuttgart, Wüttembergische Landesbibliothek, Cod. mus. 2o 65a true folio choir book, with large staves and very clearly and richly executed. 57x39Sequentiary itself is found in four quires (8) at end of ms, as usual sequences 1-32 found thereFive further sequences (2 with allaluias) are worked in beginning f. 225v just following Sanctoral cycle, and just before sequentiary proper.Two further sequences follow mass for the dead (beginning 199r) Dies irae and Hac in die laudes piae for St. Katherine (Odd place for Katherine Sequence)Check ms as a whole for further sequences

Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, UH1

Some of the repertoire, e.g., Bone doctor et salutis , and Laus sit regi glorie seem distinctly German. Blume suggest Cistercian origins: See apparatus 42:109---Grad. ms. Cisterciense (?) saec. 15.

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