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Accounts of Sebastian Schindler, shipmaster, listing expenses incurred for 1585-1586 (f. 4r-10r). Bound in a 12th-century noted breviary fragment with staffless, unheightened or nondiastematic neumes (Old German notation) with the opening texts from Vespers for Holy Saturday, including the antiphon Vespere autem Sabbati que lucescit, Psalm incipits, and lessons from Mark 16:1-3 and Gregory the Great's Homily XXI for Easter Day.

Publication Date

11-28-2022

Keywords

Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts, Catholic Church, Liturgics, Gregorian chants -- Manuscripts, Gregorian chants, Lucerne (Switzerland) -- History -- 16th century -- Sources, Texts, Codices, Account books, Gregorian chants, Manuscripts Latin, Manuscripts German, Manuscripts Medieval, Manuscripts Renaissance

Disciplines

Accounting | Medieval Studies | Renaissance Studies

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https://colenda.library.upenn.edu/phalt/iiif/2/81431-p34b2x863/manifest

Collation Model for Ms. Codex 1871: Rechnung vom Schiffmeister Ampt.

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