MS. Canon. Liturg. 324
Summary Catalogue no.: 19413
Benedictine. Temporale (fol. 1), beginning with Christmas eve; sanctorale (fol. 136v), beginning with St. Sylvester; common of the saints (fol. 160v) and the dedication (fol. 179); votive masses for each day of the week (fol. 181), for various intentions (fol. 182v) and for the dead (fol. 190). Additions, among which the Exultet (fol. 193v) with music.
Occasional neums. In the passions (fol. 61v) the parts are indicated by a, c, t. Two unfinished initials on the titlepage (1). The Exultet, in Italian handwriting, has square notation on staves of 4 black lines.
Good initials, partly unfinished. (P&A i. 63)
Provenance and Acquisition
The Sanctorale which is identical with that in the Gospel Book of Canon. bibl. lat. 43, shows strong monastic influence, while the feast of St. Aurelius bp. (14 Sept.) points to Hirsau.
Fol.195: 'Anno domini mocclv. xvi kalendas Aprilis. concessi sunt hic liber . ⟨Amo..en⟩ conuentu domino W⟨alstipp⟩ et domino Ottaviano iiii. scilicet epistolarium et evangeliarium. ⟨in i uolumine⟩ missale ⟨.i. duo⟩ matutinale'.
Digital Bodleian (1 image from 35mm slides)