MS. Canon. Liturg. 341
Summary Catalogue no.: 19427
Combined temporale and sanctorale (fol. 1), beginning with the 1st Sunday in Advent; In vigilia unius apostoli before the mass of St. John the evangelist (fol. 5); common of the saints (fol. 38); Alleluia versicles of the Kyrie and Gloria (fol. 40), probably a fragment; proser without music (fol. 41) but with several melodies added in the course of the 12th century; short series of introit tropes (fol. 59); kyrie tropes (fol. 60) with Gloria, troped Sanctus and Agnus dei. Additions, among which antiphons for the Washing of the Feet (fol. 61v) and a kyrie trope. No rubrics. Fol. 29r palimpsest with music.
Gradual: 22 lines, 180 × 120 mm.
Proser: 23 lines, 183 × 122 mm.
Non-rhythmical adiastematic neums of the St. Gall type
Good initial. (P&A i. 75)
Provenance and Acquisition
Throughout the volume are added 12th and 13th century Christian names (see fols. 61, 62v).
The St. Candidus mentioned on fol. 60 is the saint of Innichen (San Candido). The text: 'Hodie revolvat anima' refers to the dedication of the church. The St. Candidus trope is corrected into one for St. Nicholas.