MS. Lat. liturg. e. 2
Summary Catalogue no.: 29649
Benedictine Use (?).
Temporale (fol. 1), the first leaf lost, beginning with Christmas; sanctorale (fol. 122), beginning with St. Sylvester; common of the dedication and the saints (fol. 142v); votive masses (fol. 143v) and masses for the dead (fol. 147).
Musical cues of the introits in the margins of the Sundays after Pentecost and in Advent (fols. 87v-121). In the passions (fol. 42v) the parts are indicated by c, f and t.
Fine initials partly unfinished. (P&A i. 40, pl. 5)
Lightly coloured capitals (fols. 69-73, 77, 80v, 82v, 83, etc. 122); illuminated initials, chiefly in blue and gold (fols. 2v, 5, 13, 42v, 51).
Provenance and Acquisition
Bought from Albert Cohn of Berlin (catal. 178 art. 1), 1 Nov. 1886, for £6 15s.