Cantatorium slovak german

Posted in Manuscripts May 28, 2007 at 10:48 PM

There is 13 more manuscripts available In the virtual Library Codices Electronici Sangallenses (CESG), among them important codices with neumatic notation including Cantatorium — the earliest complete extant musical manuscript in the world (922 — 925):

  • Codex 338 — Computus, Breviarium, Graduale, Sakramentar (1050–1060) Graduale is on folios 36 — 317
  • Codex 359 — Cantatorium (922 — 925), 170 pages
  • Codex 361 — Graduale 12th century, 142 pages
  • Codex 374 — Graduale, Lektionar half of 11th century, 845 pages (Graduale 176)
  • Codex 381 - Versicularium, Hymnar, Tropar, Sequentiar (930) — 498 pages
  • Codex 382 - Tropar, Versicularium, Sequentiar 11., 13. — 14. century, 270 pages
  • Codex 383 - Sequentiae. Hymni 13. — 14. century, 176 pages, quadratnotation
  • Codex 388 - Antiphonar 12., 14. century, 498 pages, quadratnotation
  • Codex 413 - Breviar 11. — 14. century, 702 pages
  • Codex 414 - Breviar 11. — 14. century, 666 pages
  • Codex 484 - Tropar 10. century, 320 pages
  • Codex 546 - Collectio S. Gallensis troporum et sequentiarum 1507, 820 pages, quadratnotation

Older (updated) post about St. Galler manuscripts is here.

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