MS. Canon. Liturg. 350
Summary Catalogue no.: 19436
Noted, monastic (?).
Combined temporale and sanctorale, beginning abruptly in the mid-night mass of Christmas (fol. 1); common of the dedication (fol. 174v), followed by the Sundays etc. after Pentecost (fol. 175v); common of the saints (fol. 211); votive masses (fol. 220); blessing of the pascal candle and fragments of the lessons of Holy Saturday (fols. 234-7) which probably should follow fol. 105; prayers for different hours of the day. The last quire (fols. 238 ff.), written by the same hand, is from a breviary. No rubrics.
Non-rhythmical notation of the St. Gall type.
Red initials, some elaborate (fols. 88, 97v, 106-7).
Provenance and Acquisition
Written for a collegiate church of St Martin (fols. 105, at the end of the Bidding Prayers: 'Oremus et pro episcope N. simulque pro cuncta congregatione sancti Martini confessoris tui'; see also fols. 229, 232). Perhaps for the Humiliates of Vercelli (?).