Method de precher, Fragment


A vellum music manuscript fragment used as the cover for a book titled "Nouvelles observations sur les différentes méthodes de prêcher" by Antoine Albert (1717-1804) published by A Lyon : Chez Pierre Bruyset Ponthus, ruë Mercière, à la Croix d'or and sold by the bookseller Pierre Bruyset Ponthis (1727-). Antiphonal fragment used as binding wrapper for host volume printed in Leon, 1757. Fragment includes chants for the Monday of Holy Week, including Faciem meam non averti (Cantus ID 002833) and Framea suscitare adversus eos (Cantus ID 002893). -- Ella Reedman, University of Victoria, 2023

In Collection:
Subject Language Identifier
  • Call Number: BV4213 A55 1757
Keyword Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 cover ; 17 x 10 cm
Alternative title
  • Nouvelles observations sur les différentes méthodes de prêcher : avec un recueil de tous les prédicateurs qui ont prêché l'avent & le carême devant Leur Majestés Louis XIV & Louis XV, qui ne se trouve nulle part.
  • Antiphonal (Fragment)
Additional physical characteristics
  • Bound in vellum music manuscript fragment; spine label has title: Method de precher.
  • Script type: Northern Textualis. Liturgica: Antiphonar. Very worn parchment, discoloured to a dark brown, serves a outer cover of binding boards and spine. Missing letters on left side (front cover of host volume) indicate original leaf was considerably wider. Main text and decorative letters are in black ink, liturgical instructions in red, additional details in green. Black ink is still very visible, but coloured ink (red and green) is fading. -- Ella Reedman, University of Victoria, 2023
Physical repository Collection
  • Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Collection
Provider Genre Is referenced by Date digitized
  • March 2024
Technical note
  • Scanned on Betterlight/TTI (1/15;246;copy4 stops tone; camera height 1000) by PD. Metadata by KD.
  • Contact Special Collections and University Archives for access to the original. This material is made available on this site for research and private study only.

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