Répertoire International des Sources Musicales

Adjutrix visitatio et - Fragments; V

Summary

Name Anonymus
Standardized title Adjutrix visitatio et
Subheading Fragments
Scoring summary V
Title on source [fol. (1r):] [...] mater est ecclesie fluctuantis navi- | cule subditos gubernando pro[m]p | tus suo regimini dirigentiq[ue] fla- [?] | mini d[?]sirando [?] | p[salmus] B[e]n[e]d[i]c[tu]s {Ad [?] | Sacra dedic. [?] ps[almus] de | b[ea]ta [?] V[ersus] In maria[m] vitae | m[ari]a. V[ersus] Diffusa e[st] gr[ati]a. | Ad | ma | gni | fic[at] | an[tiphona]} | Ie- | su redemptor optime ad maria[m]
Liturgical festival Mariae (B.V.) Visitatio
Additional title Jesu redemptor optime ad
Rule type RISM
Subheading Fragments
RISM ID number 00000404000372

Library information

Library siglum CH-Bf C II 12

Content

Work number 1.1.1
General note for music incipit four-line red staff, square black notation, staff 3,5 x 24 cm
Validity t
Text incipit mater est ecclesie
PAE Code
Work number 2.1.1
General note for music incipit four-line red staff, square black notation, staff 3,5 x 24 cm
Validity t
Text incipit Ihesu redemptor
PAE Code

Distribution

Total scoring no indication

Material description

Type Manuscript copy
Publishing, printing and production information 15.sc
Format, extent 1 part
Dimensions originally ca. ? x 39 cm
Extent (parts) 1f.
Binding note Parchment. Fragment used as binding material.
External resource Description of item in bound collection.
Description of item in bound collection.

Further information

General note Inner side not readable
Provenance notes [on fol. (*1r):] Ornatissimo doctissimo viro, D[omi]no Nicolao Her[r]tzogio, fideli V[erbi] D[ei] Ministro, d[omi]no et amico / colendo hunc dono librum, amoris et honoris gratia Basileae 26. Maij A. MDCXXX / Ego Bonaventura de Bodekh. Brattellis dominus.

References

Bibliographic reference Cantus , 200148
Cantus , 202738
Musical fragments in book bindings

Index terms

Subject heading Antiphons
Language of text lat

Related resources

External resource CANTUS