MS. Canon. Liturg. 374
Summary Catalogue no.: 19457
Calendar (fol. 1); temporale (fol. 7), imperfect at the beginning, with general rubrics (fol. 119v) and the order of the mass (fol. 120v: Paratus sacerdos); sanctorale (fol. 182v); common of the saints and the dedication (fol. 225); votive masses (fol. 249v); marriage mass (fol. 269v); blessings (fol. 270), the last of which is that of holy water. Intonations of Gloria etc. after the prefaces (fol. 127).
2 col. of 31 lines
Square notation on 8 long staves of 4 red lines.
Coloured initials for the feasts of the Virgin, St. Lawrence and All Saints; at the beginning of the canon an initial with Christ standing in the tomb (fol. 128v).
Provenance and Acquisition
The evidence in favour of Vicenza is not very strong. Though all the feasts with a local or regional cult are to be found in the kalendar of Aquileia, the fact that they can also be explained as centred in and around Vicenza seems to agree rather with the actual appearance of the manuscript. Vicenza (20 August), Vicenza, Padua (14 August), Vicenza, Veneto (12 July), Verona (9 August).